The stadium decision and lots more to do in 2011
It's fascinating to watch the 2012 Olympic Stadium battle between West Ham and Tottenham intensify in the last few weeks.
We should know by March at the latest which club will be offered the stadium after the Games. So expect some tough talking in public in the next months.
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady has already attacked Tottenham over Christmas for what she called a "smash and grab" raid on the stadium in her "manor". West Ham is the nearest club to the east London stadium.
Yesterday, Spurs responded by appointing PR sports guru Mike Lee to promote their bid and convince fans that they shouldn't oppose what some are calling "Stratford Hotspur".
I should add I co-wrote his book on the 2012 bid with the BBC Sports Editor David Bond - despite many rows with a man nicknamed "the Spinmeister" during the bid! David and I were working at the Evening Standard at the time.
What I do know is that he will be a formidable opponent to West Ham - and a vocal supporter of Spurs.
There are fascinating relationships going on here.
Lee used to be a West Ham director and he was involved in the first talks with the Government about taking over the stadium. And he's also going head-to-head with 2012 chairman Lord Coe, with whom he worked so closely during the bid.
In an interview with BBC London (which you can see above), Coe made it clear to me that he doesn't like Tottenham's idea of scrapping the track after the Games. Coe wants the stadium to be capable of hosting major athletics championships in the future.
West Ham plan to keep the track. Coe wouldn't officially say which bid he supports but it's clear he wants a definite athletics legacy.
The double Olympic champion also tells me that 2012 are close to striking deals with train companies to provide cheaper tickets for fans coming to the Games.
This is crucial if families from across Britain are going to be able to afford to come to the Games. This is the only way we will get a "UK Olympics".
Those of you who follow my blog will know I've been going on about this for years because I believe the Games must be for the whole of Britain.
So let's hope this now happens before the tickets go on sale in the Spring and the train companies, who have controversially put prices up again this year, do special deals for Olympic ticket holders.