Giant Olympic rings have been unveiled at Heathrow, the host airport of the Games.
Nothing like a night chilling in Barcelona city to calm the fevers of an annoying weekend of racing.
On the scoreboard, it was a convincing loss, but the Tall Ferns may have emerged with a small moral victory as they fell 51-70 to the Czech Republic in their opening game of the FIBA Olympic Qualif
Former world champion Greg Henderson, competing in his fifth Olympic Games, will head a three-strong road cycling team for London, it was announced today.
The London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay has reached the halfway point of its 70 day journey and the flame has now been carried by 3,529 Torchbearers.
The Tall Ferns will begin their last-ditch Olympic qualifying bid tonight against the Czech Republic, but they already have one eye on their next opponents.
The Football Ferns have ended a 22 match, 18-year losing streak against Australia with a 1-1 draw in Wollongong but celebrations are muted after being just seconds away from a drought-breaking win.
New Zealand's London bound triathletes have raced brilliantly in Austria, at the latest round of the ITU World Triathlon Series.
The world champions Australia punished the Black Sticks Men for the second night in a row, winning 5-1 in Cairns tonight.
The 2012 London Olympic hockey schedule has been changed. The International Hockey Federation have made this change in conjunction with LOCOG, the Olympic Broadcasting Service and the IOC.
Lucy Van Dalen has capped a dramatic week of improvements to grab an Olympic qualifying performance over 1500 metres in San Diego today, running 4 minutes 5.76 seconds.
It was a tough first test for the Black Sticks Men, beaten 6-1 by world champions Australia in Cairns tonight.