A runner from Derbyshire has become the fastest 14-year-old in European history after winning the 200 metres at the National Indoor under 17 championships.
Ryan Gorman's time of 21.76 seconds makes him faster than Usain Bolt at the same age - but only by five hundreths of a second!
Ryan trains at the Nottinghamshire Athletic Club and has since turned 15, but his training continues.
Usain Bolt broke his own record in the 100m at London 2012, but he only managed to set his third fastest time in the 200m at 19.32 seconds. His personal best 200m time was set in 2009 in Berlin at 19.19 seconds.
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Chris Holmes MBE, a former multi-medal winning Paralympic swimmer and now Director of Integration for London2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, says that this weekend's memorabilia auction at the Ricoh Arena is a great chance to grab a piece of magic from the events.
A pink javelin signed by Jessica Ennis, a large London2012 Royal Mail stamp autographed by Mo Farah and a Mary Poppins costume from the Olympic opening ceremony are going under the hammer today at an auction in Coventry.
London 2012 chairman Lord Coe described it as a chance for people "to own a unique piece of the Games".
Swimming trunks signed by the diver Tom Daley are among 80 London 2012 items being auctioned today in Coventry.
Four Olympic torches including one signed by four-time Olympic sailing champion Sir Ben Ainslie, a framed Team GB cycling jersey signed by 11 Olympic gold medallists and a framed Team GB cycling jersey signed by Sir Bradley Wiggins are also on sale.
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.
Loughborough College has been given top marks from inspectors for its achievements in sport.
The college produced 29 of Team GB's athletes. Ofsted has praised its sports courses and use of apprenticeships.
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The Leicester Rowing Club has today held its annual Regatta on the Grand Union Canal in the city centre, proving to be its biggest yet
The 700m races began at 9am this morning, and saw many people taking part from across the UK. Heats included juniors, men, women, mixed, novice and elite.
The Captain of the Leicester Rowing Club, Rob Fox, says it's the biggest Regatta yet, thanks to the exposure it received during the London Olympic Games.