Hockey World Cup, Euro rowing and Hyde Park triathlon previewed, BBC gymnastics talent show details, Tokyo 2020's new-look stadium, next generation of athletics stars listed, why luger came out in Sochi, Commonwealth cock-ups in new book, and get to know 'substantial assistance' in doping.
Russia denies xenon gas use, NYC and Philly out of 2024 race, England Commonwealth kit revealed, Bleasdale's season over, badminton scoring row, James Blunt headlines volleyball match, pick the Youth Olympics mascot, and coaching archery in Colombia.
Controversy at snowy Giro, Germans ponder 2024 bid, Rutherford's British record jump ratified, Carl Lewis and Yohan Blake square off, Kenyans say distance runners are clean, more Russian hockey throat-slashing, and start a new life as a biathlon writer.
Glasgow 2014 gets official whisky, nobody wants to host the Winter Olympics, everyone wants to host the Summer Olympics, Asafa Powell heads to Court of Arbitration for Sport, Phil Mickelson eyes Olympic golf double, and Greg Rutherford blogs about his girlfriend's wee.
GB gymnasts break records at Euros, first World Relays hailed as success, New York urged to bid for 2024, Russia win hockey Worlds, demolition looms for Tokyo stadium, Lani Belcher new GB canoeist to watch, and the history of pregnant Olympians (at least two didn't even know at the time).
If you won Olympic medals yourself, what's it like to then become the parent of a sporting child? British swimmer turned BBC presenter Sharron Davies looks at how she made that transition as she launches a website to help parents with sporting children.
Two of England's top table tennis players explain how Germany is helping the UK get back on its feet in the sport - sometimes literally.
Today's guest post examines the increasingly desperate straits in which the next summer Olympic destination, Rio, finds itself. Is now the time to start supporting, rather than mocking, the 2016 host city?
Remember Helena Costa, the recently appointed manager of a French men's football team? Biathlon has its own version. In this guest post, Louise Wood analyses prospects for female coaches in biathlon and beyond.
Why do the Dutch win so many speed skating medals, and what lessons can Britain's reborn long track team learn? The father of a top junior skater takes us inside the Dutch and British teams as our second week of guest posts begins.