Special visit: Fans and aspiring athletes will get the chance to meet Paralympic gold medalist James Crisp when he visits Lincoln.
Wednesday, July 29
Tuesday, July 28
Flying the ribbon: Lincoln student Andrew McLaughlin is running up to fly the flag for Great Britain at the Special Olympic World Games.
Howzat?: Sports teams in Lincoln will benefit from new and refurbished facilities on one of the busiest recreation areas in the city.
Friday, July 10
Sports day: Nearly 200 primary schoolchildren took part in an inter-school sports competition in North Hykeham.
Tuesday, July 7
Anticipated event: Boxing celebrity and former heavyweight champion of the world Frank Bruno will host a special dinner in Lincoln later this year, with some of the money raised benefiting a local boxing club.
Tuesday, June 30
Title sponsor needed: The Lincoln Santa Fun Run & Walk needs a new sponsor for this year’s popular event.
Monday, June 29
Ready for 2016: The £3.6m redevelopment of North Kesteven Centre is entering the final phase for a March 2016 completion date.
Sunday, June 28
Final event: The British Cycling National Road Championships jerseys have been awarded in Lincoln in one of the city’s biggest sporting events to date.
Castle circuit: Hundreds of riders took on cobbled uphill Lincoln in the penultimate British Cycling road race event.
Saturday, June 27
Sportive stars: The annual Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive started and finished in Lincoln on Saturday, June 27 with around 1,600 riders taking part.
Friday, June 26
Uphill sprint: The British Cycling National Road Championships arrived in Lincoln! Check out the highlights from the first event.
Against the clock: The first day of the British Cycling National Championships saw up to 30,000 visitors head to Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire for the time trials.
Road closures: A bumper crowd is expected in Lincoln for The British Cycling National Road Championships with several road closures in place for the weekend.
Monday, June 22
On the ball: A former England international footballer has unveiled a £550,000 artificial grass pitch at a Lincoln school which is used by pupils, local teams and the community.
Thursday, June 18
What you need to know: As Lincoln prepares to host the British Cycling National Road Race, we break down the highlights and road closures you need to know.