A young West Ham fan seen tearfully reacting to his side's humiliation at Nottingham Forest has been offered a VIP apology by the club.
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.
Find out how a Loughborough-based fitness business managed to bounce its way into the record books during the Olympic torch relay.
Nottinghamshire's Olympic canoeing champions Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott have defended the way lottery funding is targeted at sports with the best chance of medal success.
The pair, who won gold in the canoe slalom at London 2012, were speaking at the Nottinghamshire School Games at the University of Nottingham.
Earlier this month, UK Sport announced it was withdrawing lottery funding for British basketball, synchronised swimming, water polo and weightlifting.
It based its decisions on which sports have the best medal prospects for 2016 and 2020.
British Basketball was stripped of its entire £8.5m funding and will appeal the decision next month.
Baillie and Stott say UK Sport's remit is to achieve success at the elite level and it has to make difficult decisions with a limited pot of money. Stott also added that questions could be asked by the public if funding was directed towards sports which don't bring success.
One of the 8,000 London 2012 Olympic torches made by a Coventry-based company will be put on permanent display at the city's Council House today.
The torch, made by Premier Group, will be handed to the Lord Mayor of Coventry in a ceremony happening today.
Tim Baillie, Olympic canoeing Gold medalist, has retired at the age of 34.
The Aberdeen-born athlete lived and trained in Nottingham before winning Gold in the London 2012 Olympic canoe slalom, alongside teammate Etienne Stott.
"It's sad because it's the end of a chapter, but I respect Tim's decision and it is the right thing for Tim. He has helped me so much. He has made a huge contribution to the sport and to me as an athlete."
Elise Christie, a short-track skater for Britain, has been named Nottinghamshire's Sportsperson of the year.
The 23 year-old Scotland-born skater was honoured at the 22nd annual Nottinghamshire Sports Awards last night (21 January).
Elsie remains a hopeful medal-winner at the forthcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi after winning bronze over 1,000m at the European championship in Dresden, Germany earlier this year.
Paralympic swimmer Oliver Hynd MBE was also awarded at the event, winning Disabled Sportsperson of the Year.
Ollie was supported by both Mansfield District Council and Nottinghamshire County Council, and went on to win a Gold, Silver and Bronze medal at the 2013 Paralympic games.
"These awards are judged by people involved in sport across the county and I was delighted to be able to attend. 2013 was another successful year for me and I am now looking at concentrating on the Commonwealth Games."
Other winners at the 22nd annual Nottinghamshire Sports Awards were:
Team of the Year - Nottingham Panthers
Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Ellie Downie (Ashfield district)
Sporting School of the Year – Rushcliffe School
It is possible that the new Coventry City stadium could be built just two miles from the Ricoh Arena, according to the Coventry Telegraph.
The potential site in Exhall would be a five minute drive from the club’s former home.
The club has unveiled images of what it might look like, which can be seen here.
A lack of volunteers could hamper future attempts to make the most of the Olympic legacy. That is according to Former Head of UK Athletics, David Moorcroft.
Speaking from the office of 'Join In', an organisation that aims to encourage participation in sport, the former 5000m world record holder who is from Coventry told ITV News Central of his concerns ahead of the first anniversary of the London Games.
A year on from London 2012 more than 23,000 young people in the East Midlands have got involved in Olympic sports.
Sport England says teenagers and young adults have benefitted from free or discounted courses in 70 different sports.
Nearly one year on from the London 2012 Olympics and Derby is already showing signs of benefiting from the "Olympic legacy" says one councillor.
Councillor Martin Repton from Derby City Council says investment in new facilities such as the £27m velodrome are examples of how the city is benefiting from London hosting the games.
This week marks one year since the opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games. Small Heath boxing gym in Digbeth is just one of the projects that's benefited from the Games through funding and increased public support.
They've recently had fighters called up to represent England.