December 5 - A Disciplinary Commission has been set-up by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which could see South Korean footballer Park Jong-woo denied the bronze medal he won at London 2012 for his political protest.
December 6 - The seventh World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships have kicked off today in Tunja, Colombia, where a record number of participating athletes perform free-style poomsae for the first time.
December 6 - UEFA President Michel Platini's revolutionary plan to stage the 2020 European Championship finals in at least 12 cities across the entire Continent was officially approved by his Executive Committee today - though with few additional details.
December 6 - FIFA has welcomed the introduction of goal-line technology, being rolled out for the first time in official competition at the Club World Cup in Japan starting today.
December 6 - Blighted by an alarming crime rate, Brazil is boosting its 2014 FIFA World Cup security budget to 1.879 billion Brazilian real (£562 million/$903 million/€696 million) to make sure the event is "one of the most protected sports events in history," the Government has announced.
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.