Double Olympic champion Mo Farah made a victorious return to the Queen Elizabeth Park on Saturday as he raced away with the 3000 metres.
Christine Ohuruogo could not match her Diamond League win in Birmingham as she finished fourth in the 400m in Thursday's meet in Lausanne.
Jessica Ennis' coach Toni Minichiello is holding talks with UK Athletics over a new role after losing his post as Olympic coach.
Double Olympian Mara Yamauchi announced her retirement from elite competition on Tuesday.
According to her coach Toni Minichiello, Jessica Ennis has no plans to leave Sheffield even if the city's Don Valley Stadium is demolished.
Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah have been awarded CBEs in the New Year Honours list for their Olympic Games successes.
Jo Pavey has big plans for next year with both the London Marathon and World Championships in her sights.
UK Athletics head coach Peter Eriksson is delighted that Paula Radcliffe intends to resume her career next year.
Bradley Wiggins, winner of the Tour de France and the London Olympic time-trial champion, was named the Sports Journalists Association of Britain's sportsman of the year on Thursday.
The International Olympic Committee has stripped medals from four athletes from the Athens Games in 2004.
Mo Farah insists he is still looking to improve despite winning double gold at this year's Olympics.
After being confirmed as one of five women on this year's shortlist for the Sports Personality of the Year prize, Jessica Ennis has urged more attention to be paid to top-level women's sport.
Plans to introduce minimum four-year bans for convicted drugs cheats have been welcomed by former Olympic champion Sally Gunnell.
UK Athletics will name their new head coach at press conference on Monday morning.
British 110m hurdler Andy Turner will miss next year's indoor season following surgery on both ankles.
Olympic hero Usain Bolt has revealed that he plans to defend his sprint titles in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and will not be switching disciplines.
British Olympic hero Mo Farah has been voted European Athlete of the Year for the second consecutive year.
The World Anti-Doping Agency are looking into allegations of doping within the Kenyan athletics team.
Lawrence Okoye intends to continue in the sport for at least another year despite having a place at Oxford.
Mo Farah believes that Britain will never be able to emulate the "perfect" sporting summer of 2012.