A Doctor at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham is swapping his surgery for the Olympic stadium this summer as he prepares to treat some of the best known athletes in the world.
Dr Leon Creany is one of only four doctors who'll be trackside at the games. And as an athlete himself - he says he can't wait for the chance to see his sporting heroes in action.
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