Thousands of bargain-hunting Olympics fans scrambled for items at a London 2012 sale billed as the "last chance" to own part of the Games.
Items used during the London 2012 Games are going on sale, including props from the opening and closing ceremonies.
Archery clubs across Nottinghamshire have seen a surge in interest since the London Olympic Games. Eight clubs will now share £25,000.
London 2012 organisers are clearing out hundreds of items that were used during the Games at a sale in Coventry.
Costumes and props from the Olympic and Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies, sports equipment, torch relay uniforms, venue and street banners are all going on sale in the City of Coventry stadium this weekend.
The sport of archery is enjoying a surge in popularity in Robin Hood's home county of Nottinghamshire.
The London 2012 Olympics have had an impact, while a pot of money set up to create a legacy from the Games is paying for new equipment.
Peter Bearne reports.
Archery clubs in Nottinghamshire have seen a 70% rise in the number of members since the Olympics.
Sports groups are being given a fund share of one million pounds to create a legacy after the games.
Chris Joyce from the Nottinghamshire Archery Society and members from a club in Burton Joyce have been talking to ITV News Central.
Nottinghamshire County Council is increasing funding for sports clubs in a bid to keep the Olympic legacy going.
The council launched a £1 million fund last year for local sports clubs, but the figure has now increased by £700,000 to £1.7 million.
It has been increased after hundreds of applications were received from groups that had seen more people taking part following London 2012.
Louis Smith has tweeted this photo of himself "chilling" with his MBE:
Olympic gymnast Louis Smith has tweeted about being awarded with an MBE this afternoon.
Chilling with my MBE on the palace steps think its frozen to my hand lol. Thanks for all your messages xx http://t.co/twyQhe6h
The Olympic gymnast Louis Smith has received his Member of the British Empire (MBE) medal in an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
British Amateur Boxing Association performance director Rob McCracken, credited for Team GB's haul of five boxing medals at London 2012, will today receive an MBE from the Queen.