The Jamaican Olympic team will attend an official welcome dinner hosted by Birmingham University this evening.
The city's Jamaican population has welcomed the athletes as the country celebrates 50 years of independence.
The team arrived at the weekend and are using the university's facilities as a training base ahead of the games. The university believes it is a great chance to show what the second city has to offer.
Lord Coe has backed investment plans from Nottinghamshire County Council to produce future sports stars and secure Ashes Test matches.
Scientists at the University of Wolverhampton have used a mathematical formula to predict how many medals Team GB will win in Rio 2016
Canoe Slalom Olympic medallists are competing in the UK for the first time since the Games in Nottingham this weekend.