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.
The Olympics were heralded as a triumph for Great Britain and especially Yorkshire. Although the 2012 games seem a distant memory, their legacy live on especially in the sport of Handball. Despite Olympic funding being cut, the sport has the biggest uptake of new members.
Olympic gold medallists Jessica Ennis, Nicola Adams and Greg Rutherford have arrived at Buckingham Palace to receive their honours.
Gold medalist Jessica Ennis will be amongst those receiving honours today at the Queen's investiture ceremony.
The Heptathlete won gold at last year's London 2012 Olympics, and was recently named one of Britain's most inspirational women.
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Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington has thanked all those who have supported her throughout her career.
In a series of tweets and in a longer article on her website Rebecca thanked, "all my swimming teaches/coaches when I was young. You made it so much fun!"
In a statement connected to her retirement she also said, "To everyone in Mansfield who has believed in me from day one. It will always be my home. I'm a proud Mansfield girl!!"
Obviously I have announced the end of my competitive swimming career. Sad in many ways but also so exciting. New chapter of my life begins!
Thank you so everyone who supported me! Too many to thank in 140 characters so all said here... http://t.co/lebhW4IQ
Its been an incredible journey, one I will treasure and remember for the rest of my life. Thank you x
Speaking to ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott, Rebecca Adlington has said she will stay involved with swimming as she retires from competition.
She said; "swimming is my passion, it's been that since I was young. Since i was four years old, getting in the pool I just absolutely loved it. I want to stay involved with that in all levels."
The double Olympic champion also explained why she is retiring at just 23-years-old saying, "women tend to be four years younger then men [on the team] and especially for my event, for distance swimming you are a lot younger."
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