Nicola Adams has revealed how she fought through the pain barrier to make history as Olympic women's boxing gold medallist.
Britain's double Olympic champion swimmer Rebecca Adlington has retired from competition to concentrate on grassroots coaching,.
There is much to remember and because of that, so much that no doubt will be forgotten about the unique and game changing sporting year.
Otley Sailing Club has been granted £50,000 from Sport England as part of its Olympic and Paralympic legacy programme. The money will be used to improve disabled access to the clubhouse.
Swimming star Rebecca Adlington said she is "so relieved" after her Olympic medals were found following a break-in at her home.
The double Olympic champion had tweeted that she was "shaking" and "in absolute pieces" after believing the irreplaceable items had been stolen.
But she later shared her relief that they had been found and thanked fans for their concern. Her boyfriend's car is still missing.
Jessica Ennis-Hill says she will have to assess her fitness today after her competitive return to the Olympic Stadium last night. The Olympic champion from Sheffield came 4th in the 100 metre hurdles at the Anniversary Games, followed by a poor performance in the long jump.
The 26 year old is only just returning from an Achilles injury and will now have to consider whether she will be fit for the World Championships in Moscow next month.
Jessica Ennis-Hill admitted her World Championship hopes were in the balance after enduring a frustrating return to the Olympic Stadium.
The London 2012 heptathlon champion was back at the scene of last summer's gold medal triumph, but this time there was rather less for her to cheer about.
The 26-year-old, who is on her way back from an Achilles tendon injury which has played havoc with her season, followed a steady if unspectacular 100 metres hurdles run with a poor long jump at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games.
She said yesterday this was the acid test of her fitness, and although she came through both events unscathed, she could now be fighting a losing battle to be fit for the World Championships. The Moscow showpiece is just two weeks away.
"It's frustrating, because I always want to be at my best and I'm obviously not at my best at the moment. I'm so glad I competed and got to experience this crowd again, but I'm definitely not where I'd like to be." - Jessica Ennis-Hill
On the eve of her first return to the stadium where she won heptathlon gold, Sheffield's Jessica Ennis-Hill has spoken of her fears about losing all her outdoor training facilities in her home city.
Don Valley Stadium will close in September and Jess says she's not confident that its replacement will be ready in time for her winter training regime.
She will take part in the anniversary games that begin tonight, exactly a year after the Olympic opening ceremony in London. She wants to prove her fitness ahead of the World Championships in Moscow in three weeks, but today she was looking even further ahead.
David Wright, who runs Stocksbridge Pentaqua Swimming Club says the group has suffered after the closure of Stocksbridge Leisure Centre due to council cuts. They have now had to relocate to a smaller pool near Barnsley.
He's one of several sports coaches in our region who feel the Olympic legacy has already been forgotten, just 12 months on from the London 2012 opening ceremony.
My Achilles has responded well these past couple of days...So Olympic Stadium here I come.
Sheffield golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill says she will be competing in the Olympic anniversary games this weekend. Her participation was in question as she's missed the majority of this season with an ankle injury.
She said on her Twitter account this evening her Achilles tendon has been responding well to treatment and she aims to give it her best shot at the anniversary games.
A pink javelin signed by Jessica Ennis, a large London2012 Royal Mail stamp autographed by Mo Farah and a Mary Poppins costume from the Olympic opening ceremony are going under the hammer today at an auction in Coventry.
London 2012 chairman Lord Coe described it as a chance for people "to own a unique piece of the Games".
Congratulations to Bramhope Olympian Alistair Brownlee. The 24-year-old triathlete who scooped a gold medal at last summer's games is heading to London today. He will get an MBE for his sporting success from the Queen.