The Indian Olympic Association amends its constitution after a threat to its participation in the Olympic Games.
British Olympic showjumper Ben Maher faces a legal action which claims he made secret profits from horse deals.
UK Sport says it is confident Great Britain will win more Olympic and Paralympic medals at Rio 2016 than London 2012.
Christine Ohuruogu says young women shun sport because it competes with "inappropriate" lifestyle images in the media.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is to play Sebastian Coe in a film drama about his rivalry with fellow Olympian Steve Ovett.
Olympic diving star Tom Daley reveals in a YouTube broadcast that he is in a relationship with a man.
Olympic silver medallist swimmer Michael Jamieson says doctors had to restart his heart after it started beating irregularly.
England's women recover from two goals down to beat Korea 6-2 in the opening match at hockey's World League Final.
British double Olympic champion Tom James has retired from professional rowing to focus on a career in business consultancy.
The head of the Rio 2016 Olympics is "absolutely confident" the city will be ready on time, despite extensive delays.
A parliamentary report into the London Olympics finds little evidence of increased participation and criticises funding policy.
The Olympic Stadium is not being used to the full, according to a group of Lords who also questioned the legacy of London 2012.
The World Anti-Doping Agency approves a new code which doubles bans for athletes found guilty of doping to four years.
Doping poses the biggest threat to the Olympic movement, warns the head of world fencing Alisher Usmanov.
Eighteen-time Olympic champion Michael Phelps hints at a comeback by re-registering with the US Anti-Doping Agency.
Lord Coe says more rigorous anti-doping regimes are needed to protect the reputation of the world's greatest athletes.
Jamaica and Kenya risk bans from future Games if their drugs testing is not up to scratch, says Olympics chief Thomas Bach.
Olympic gold medallist Heather Stanning takes part in a homecoming parade after a six-month tour of Afghanistan.
The International Hockey Federation prefers England to New Zealand as hosts for the women's World Cup in 2018.
British javelin record-holder Goldie Sayers appeals successfully against a decision to deny her lottery funding.
Britain's Mo Farah is named alongside Usain Bolt on the three-man shortlist for the 2013 World Athlete of the Year award.
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The World Anti-Doping Agency has a very modest budget and no real power to enforce its will, says BBC sports editor David Bond
Heather Stanning shows sport is a key part of British military life, and it will remain so as troops withdraw from Afghanistan
Inside China's state-run sports school, which is trying to produce a generation of world-class golfers
BBC Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney looks at what impact London 2012 has had on "crisp-munching" population.
Could you get through all 38 Olympic sports in one year? Jen Offord set herself the challenge.