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Mansfield's Rebecca Adlington was among the London 2012 Olympic Games medallists at the British Olympic Ball at Grosvenor House in London last night (30 November).
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Worcester's Olympic rower Zac Purchase will join Paralympian Mel Clarke tonight to speak and present the Worcester Sports Awards.
The awards celebrates local sporting achievements from over the last twelve months in the 2012 legacy year.
Mel Clarke took part in Archery in the Paralympic Games and Zac won silver in the 2012 Rowing.
The awards will take place from 6.30pm at Worcester County Cricket Ground more information can be found here.
Gold medallist Ollie Hynd, from Mansfield, is among those travelling around the country on The British Swimming Heroes Tour.
It stops at five different cities, encouraging young people to take a dip.
School children and competition winners were given master classes at an event hoping to build on the Olympic legacy.
Ollie Hynd, Olympic swimming gold medalist, Claire Cashmore, Paralympic swimming bronze and double silver medalist and Michael Jamieson Olympic swimming silver medalist tell ITV Central what the experience was like.
The Aviva Birmingham Grand Prix returns to the Birmingham Alexander Stadium this Sunday.
Some of the World's best athletes will compete drawing to a close one of the most exciting summers for athletics in the UK.
Today some of London 2012 Olympic medalists were with sharing their sporting knowledge with children in Sutton Coldfield.
A second post box has been painted gold in Warwickshire for Olympic Champion Nick Skelton.
This post box in Bedworth has finally got the gold treatment after a campaign by local people.
Nick Skelton won gold in the team show jumping two weeks ago and the Royal Mail painted a box in Alcester where he lives and trains.
But he was born some thirty miles away in Bedworth and locals there said they **should have the honour.
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Lord Coe has backed investment plans from Nottinghamshire County Council to produce future sports stars and secure Ashes Test matches.
Scientists at the University of Wolverhampton have used a mathematical formula to predict how many medals Team GB will win in Rio 2016