HOC President ruled to have "damaged reputation of Olympic Movement" after London 2012 ticket scandal
December 5 - Spyros Capralos, President of the Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC), faces losing his position after he was heavily criticised by the International Olympic Committee's Ethics Commission for his role in the London 2012 ticketing scandal.
December 5 - Ukraine's Yuriy Bilonoh has been stripped of his Olympic shot put title from Athens 2004, one of four athletes to lose their medals after retested samples from eight years ago were discovered to be positive.
December 6 - Officials from the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), National Paralympic Committees and International Organisations of Sports for the Disabled (IOSDs) have gathered in Frankfurt to discuss future developments in athletics at the two-day IPC Athletics Sport Forum, which got underway today.
December 7 - Sky Sports has agreed a new deal to show the flagship Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour event live in January 2013 from The Queen's Club in London.
December 5 - The British Parliament's public spending watchdog has pronounced London 2012 a success, while reserving judgement on arrangements for delivering the much-trumpeted Olympic and Paralympic legacy.
December 5 - The ongoing probe into alleged malpractice by Asian football powerbroker Mohamed Bin Hammam, which has seriously split his increasingly dysfunctional confederation, reaches a crucial stage within the next 48 hours during which FIFA-appointed United States investigators must decide what action to take against him, if any.
West Ham bid to take over Olympic Stadium given greenlight by Legacy Company but safety net put in place
December 5 - Premier League club West Ham United have taken a major step towards moving into the Olympic Stadium after they were "ranked highest of the bids received", according to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).