JULY 15 - WOMEN'S boxing will be included on the programme for the 2012 Olympics in London, the head of the Australian governing body claimed today.
May 11 - Tomorrow promises to be an important day in determining where the 2012 Olympic boxing competition is going to take place.
May 21 - Benita Fitzgerald Mosley (pictured), the 1984 Olympic 100 metres hurdles champion, has been appointed as USA Track & Field's (USATF) new chief of sport performance, it was announced today.
April 1 - A decision on whether women's boxing will be included in the 2012 London Olympics will be taken in August, it was announced today.
April 6 - London’s ExCel centre has been much in the news recently as the venue for the G20 summit of world leaders.
April 24 - London 2012 organisers have been given the go-ahead by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to move boxing to Wembley - but only if they get the agreement of the sport.
August 21 - Cuba, one of the most successful boxing nations in Olympic history, will refuse to send any female fighters to London 2012, it has announced.
JUNE 25 - BRITAIN announced its boxing team for the Beijing Olympics today, where hopes are high the squad will enjoy its most successful Games ever.
JUNE 26 - OLYMPIC gold medallist Audley Harrison (pictured) has today labelled British amateur boxing officials "a joke" for failing to turn to him for advice ahead of this Games in Beijing.
March 27 - British Boxing are to continue to base themselves in Sheffield as they prepare for the London 2012 Olympics and to try to repeat their success at last year's Games in Beijing, it was announced today.
FEBRUARY 2 - FORMER world champion Richie Woodhall (pictured) is to help guide the fortunes of Britain's amateur boxers for London 2012, it was announced today.
DECEMBER 19 - THE Irish Amateur Boxing Association (IABA) are hoping to celebrate their centenary year by staging the 2011 World Senior Championships in Dublin.
DECEMBER 22 - THE International Amateur Boxing Association's (AIBA) new president Ching-Kuo Wu (pictured)has set up a reform committee and appointed International Olympic Committee executive board member Gerhard Heiberg as its chairman as the sport aims to repair its tarnished reputation.
NOVEMBER 11 - LONDON'S HMS President provided the striking setting for the launch of a unique partnership between the Royal Navy and the Amateur Boxing Association of England which should help the country's best young boxers prepare for the 2012 Olympics.
NOVEMBER 17 - THE International Boxing Association (AIBA) plans to use the Women's World Championships beginning in India tomorrow to press for inclusion in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi and the 2012 Olympics in London.