Two people arrested at the City of Coventry Stadium last week have been removed from the UK.
The two men, aged 24 and 21, were arrested during checks on staff applying for accreditation to work at the stadium during the Olympics.
The UK Border Agency found both had overstayed their visas. They were taken into detention and were returned to Pakistan yesterday (25 July).
Four Olympic football fans came to the rescue of a man who suffered a cardiac arrest near the City of Coventry Stadium.
He was working at the Coventry Building Society branch in the nearby retail park when he suffered an electric shock while working on the lights. He then fell from his ladder.
The four - two South African anaesthetists, an off-duty nurse from Nuneaton's George Eliot Hospital and a member of St John Ambulance - were en-route to the South Africa versus Sweden women's football match.
They started CPR and a public access defibrillator available at the retail park was also used to help the man, who is in a critical condition in hospital.
After years of preparation, the Olympic Games are set to get underway today... at least in the Midlands.
The first of the women's football events starts at the City of Coventry Stadium, as Japan take on Canada. Kick off is at 16.50. This will then be followed by Sweden vs. South Africa, which kicks off
The Stadium is hosting 12 football matches in total over the next eight days.