September 14 - South Africa's Government today filed a complaint with the United Nations Division for The Advancement of Women over the treatment of Caster Semenya (pictured), the women's world 800 metres champion whose gender is under investigation.
September 14 - Britain¹s Heather Fell (pictured) finished agonisingly close to the medals in fourth place at the Modern Pentathlon World Cup Final in Rio de Janeiro.
September 14 - Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen today won stage three of the Tour of Britain, taking the line at the head of a bunch sprint into Gretna Green.
September 14 - Britain are set to be invited to take part in a basketball tournament in India next summer designed to coincide with the 2010 Commonwealth Games and which will be an important part of their build-up for the London 2012 Olympics.
September 13 - Rabobank rider Kai Reus (pictured) held off the bunch to win stage two of the Tour of Britain and claim the leader's yellow jersey today.
September 13 - Leonard Chuene (pictured), the President of Athletics South Africa (ASA), has decided to return to the ruling Council of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) so that he can fight for Caster Semenya, the world 800 metres champion whose gender is under scrutiny, he revealed today.
September 13 - South Africa's Oscar Pistorius (pictured), the four-time Paralympic gold medallist, spent last night night behind bars for allegedly assaulting a woman who had attended a gathering at his Silver Lakes house, police said today.
September 13 - Britain are hoping to earn a wild card to compete in next year's World Championships so that they can build on their success in qualifying for the European Championships for the first time in more than quarter-of-a-century.
September 13 - Helen Jenkins and Jonathan Brownlee completed a sensational weekend for Britain's triathletes when they won bronze and silver medals on the final day of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championships Series on Australia’s Gold Coast today.