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Previous Team GB medal winners were in Nottingham earlier today as part of a campaign to promote sport in the UK following London 2012.
Sporting icons Daley Thompson, Sharron Davies and Jonathan Edwards have joined forces to complete a cross-country challenge to visit a wide range of sports clubs over one weekend.
Part of their challenge took place at Nottingham's Southglade Leisure Centre where they got involved with a roller derby with members of the local community.
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Olympic double sculls gold medallist Anna Watkins has finally laid eyes on the golden post box painted in her honour.
The 29 year-old has returned home to her family in Longsdon, near Leek, following her London 2012 success.
Olympic gold medallist Anna Watkins celebrated her return home with her family in Longsdon, near Leek.
Anna has yet to see the golden post box painted in her honour and is to view it today.
Gold medallist Anna Watkins has returned to her home in Longsdon.
The double sculls gold medallist celebrated in fine style by opening a bottle of champagne.
Double London 2012 bronze medallist Rebecca Adlington told ITV Central she cannot wait to get back to her Mansfield home.
Adlington a host of elite swimmers are in London for the start of a special tour to inspire thousands of children to get in the pool.
Coventry Council say Olympic organisers turned down a request to keep the city's Olympic rings.
City council leader John Mutton said the authority had wanted to keep the rings on the Rowleys Green roundabout, to remember the Games.
I appealed to Locog [London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games] to see if we could keep them.
"They said that not only could we not keep them - they had to be destroyed and photographic evidence had to be supplied to prove it. It just seems like such a waste."
The picture of Olympic Gold medal rowers Anna Watkins (right) and Katherine Grainger have been put on stamps.
Anna fromLongsdon on Staffordshire, stormed to victory in the final of the women's double sculls at Eton Dorney on Friday August 3rd.
Two weeks ago today - Sam Oldham from Keyworth was just getting his head around becoming an Olympic bronze medallist but now he's back home.
The 19-year-old gymnast has been signing autographs and having photos taken in London for the last two weeks - today it was the turn of his home fans.
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