September 17 - Opus Energy, a leading supplier of electricity to the business sector, has signed up European Gymnastics silver medallist Daniel Keatings (pictured) as their sports ambassador to help him with his preparations for the London 2012 Olympics, it has been announced.
BRITISH GYMNASTICS has today announced a new sponsorship deal with with Bishop Sports & Leisure Limited as the official non-competitive equipment national supplier through until the 2012 Olympics.
SEBASTIAN COE, the chairman of London 2012, was on hand today to witness Birmingham City Council and British Gymnastics sign a new deal to raise standards of the sport there.
Raj Bhavsar (pictured), a member of the United States gymnastics team that won a bronze medal in last year's Olympics, wants to help the sport develop in India ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, he said.
OCTOBER 18 - BRUNO GRANDI (pictured) was re-elected as the International Gymnastics Federation president at its meeting in Helsinki today for the next four years through the 2012 London Olympics.
AUGUST 22 - THE International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) were today asked to investigate the controversy surrounding the ages of Chnese competitors at the Olympics, which could lead to Britain's Beth Tweddle (pictured) being upgraded to the bronze medal position.
AUGUST 30 - LOUIS SMITH (pictured), who in Beijing became the first British male gymnast to win an individual medal for a century, is set to sign a contract to be represented by Linford Christie's management company.
SEPTEMBER 29 - TICKETS for the 2009 World Gymnastics Championships to be held at The O2 in London will go on sale on Wednesday.
April 4 - Britain's Daniel Keatings (pictured) won the silver medal in the all-round event at the European Gymnastics Championships in Milan tonight.
JUNE 29 - BETH TWEDDLE (pictured), the former world champion, will lead Britain's women's artistic team at the Beijing Olympics, it was announced today.
March 27 - Gymnastics officials are investigating changing the scoring system again for the London 2012 Olympics because television executives are unhappy with the current format that has eliminated the perfect 10.
NOVEMBER 25 - BIRMINGHAM officials have claimed that their chances of hosting the Chinese team during the build-up to the 2012 Olympics have been boosted by staging the 8th FIG Trampoline and Tumbling World Cup Final before a sell-out crowd at the National Indoor Arena today.
OCTOBER 10 - BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL has announced that plans for a new £7 million sports centre (pictured) in Perry Barr, which could be used to host athletes preparing for the 2012 Olympics, have moved a step closer.