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Olympic sensation Adam Peaty is meeting youngsters this morning at an I AM TEAM GB event in his home town of Uttoxeter in Staffordshire.
The gold and silver medallist says he's hoping to inspire others to take part in sport.
Olympic hockey player Sam Ward is marking I Am Team GB by joining young players at Leicester Ladies Hockey Club at Leicester Grammar School in Great Glen this morning.
Ward learnt the game playing at Leicester and Beeston in Nottingham.
Adam Peaty will be at Uttoxeter Leisure Centre in Staffordshire this morning to welcome people getting involved in I AM TEAM GB, which it's hoped will be the country's biggest sports day.
The swimming gold medallist wrote on his Facebook page that he hopes to inspire those who attend, and will be up for taking photos. He may even get involved in some of the sport.
The 21-year-old won Team GB's first gold at the Rio Olympics, in the 100m breaststroke.
On Saturday 27 August 2016, we’re teaming up with our returning Olympic heroes to create I Am Team GB - the nation’s biggest ever sports day and you’re invited!
Brought to you by The National Lottery and ITV, there are lots of ways to get involved in I Am Team GB, including thousands of fun, free events across the country. From archery to yoga, there’s something for everyone.
And to celebrate the support you give Team GB by playing The National Lottery, our Olympians will be getting out and about to welcome you to the team.
Join the nation and say #IAmTeamGB today www.IAmTeamGB.com
It's set to be the UK's biggest sports day, so Midlands Olympians are urging you to get involved and get active on August 27th.
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Liam Heath told ITV News Central how he wants to use his success at the Rio Olympics to encourage children to get involved in sport.
Children are getting involved in different sports in Nottingham as part of the I AM TEAM GB event.