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Items used during the London 2012 Games are going on sale, including props from the opening and closing ceremonies.
It was the 21st Nottinghamshire Sports Awards last night.
Some of the local stars of Team GB, including Rebecca Adlington OBE, Richard Whitehead, Ollie Hynd, Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie and Sophie Wells, were at the event at the East Midlands Conference Centre.
In recognition of her sporting achievements as one of the greatest British swimmers in history, Rebecca Adlington was inducted into the Roll of Honour, and in doing so, became the first athlete to be added to the roll.
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.
After winning a silver and bronze medal in the London 2012 Olympics, he said being chosen for the honour was the proudest moment of his life.
Following the Olympics, Smith won BBC dance series Strictly Come Dancing.
Double Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes will be talking to sports students at the University of Warwick later.
She'll be telling them how to cope with injury and to focus on success.
Kelly won double gold medals at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.
Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington has thanked all those who have supported her throughout her career.
In a series of tweets and in a longer article on her website Rebecca thanked, "all my swimming teaches/coaches when I was young. You made it so much fun!"
In a statement connected to her retirement she also said, "To everyone in Mansfield who has believed in me from day one. It will always be my home. I'm a proud Mansfield girl!!"
Obviously I have announced the end of my competitive swimming career. Sad in many ways but also so exciting. New chapter of my life begins!From @BeckAdlington on Twitter:
Its been an incredible journey, one I will treasure and remember for the rest of my life. Thank you xFrom @BeckAdlington on Twitter:
– British Olympic Association Chair Lord Sebastian Coe
Becky Adlington's unforgettable success in Beijing inspired a generation to get in the pool and swim. Her down to earth personality and remarkable career achievements have made her a national treasure. Becky's vision for the future of grass roots swimming in this country will create a wonderful legacy from one of our greatest Olympians. I have no doubt this vision will be pursued with the same drive, dedication and determination as Becky consistently displayed in the pool.
Michael Phelps, the 18-times Olympic gold medal winner, has paid his tribute to Rebecca Adlington's "fantastic career."
– Michael Phelps
Our paths have crossed many times over the years - at meets and through a shared sponsor.
Her accomplishments speak for themselves, she has been a great representative for British Swimming and the sport overall. I congratulate her on a fantastic career and wish her all the best in the future.
Rebecca Adlington's long term coach Bill Furniss has paid tribute to the swimmer as she announces her retirement:
Proud to have been Rebecca's coach the same qualities that made her the best ever will ensure success in everything she doesFrom @billH20 on Twitter: