A bicycle used in training by an Olympic gold medallist has been stolen during a burglary at his home in the West Didsbury area.
22-year-old Samantha Murray from Clitheroe continued Britain's proud tradition of winning a medal in every women's modern pentathlon.
Clitheroe's Jon Schofield has taken the bronze medal in the double K2 final in kayaking
Sir Steve Redgrave will visit a school in Greater Manchester to encourage pupils to stick at their chosen sports after leaving education.
The five-time Olympic gold medal winner will be at Ashton-on-Mersey school in Sale.
He will be launching the Matalan Sporting Communities (MSC) project, which is backed by lottery funding.
It's aim is to encourage young people aged 14-19 to continue playing sports after leaving school.
We were told The Olympics would leaving a lasting legacy. It would 'inspire a generation', they said.
But many sports which have seen a spike in interest since London 2012 are getting their funding cut.
Volleyball, Swimming and Basketball are all affected. And clubs across the North West that thought their moment had come are now facing a struggle to stay alive.
Our reporter Daniel Hewitt has been finding out why.
Just three months since the Olympics finished, Great Britain's Taekwondo team, which lives and trains in Manchester, has started the search for future medallists.
The squad brought back one gold and one bronze to the North West from London and now they want to unearth more hidden talent.
A nationwide talent search for Team GB's next Taekwondo squad has been launched in Manchester.
The Olympic squad is based in the city and will be looking for new athletes aged between 16 and 26 to compete in Rio 2016.
Rochdale's Olympians have recieved a hero's welcome home.
Hockey player Nicola White, sailor Stuart Bithell, Sophie Cox who competed in the judo and swimmer Keri-Ann Payne were all honoured on the steps of the town hall by Rochdale's mayor.
The Olympians signed autographs for the waiting crowd before getting a tour of the town hall.
Olympic cycling double gold medallist Jason Kenny is set to have a leisure centre named after him in his hometown.
Council officials will decide tonight if the Bolton One complex should be renamed the Jason Kenny Centre.
The motion also asks for a local cycle trail to be named after Kenny who won his first gold medal at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
Kenny bagged golds in the men's team sprint and the individual sprint at the London games earlier this month.
Olympic medallist Beth Tweddle, from Liverpool has finally fulfilled a long-held ambition of wing-walking.
In a daring challenge, the gymnast took to the skies with RFC Rendcomb Airfield in Gloucestershire, strapped in to a harness as a light aircraft soars to heights of around 1,000ft.
The 27-year-old who scooped the bronze at the London Games to become the most decorated gymnast said: "I loved every minute of it, so much so that I went up into the air twice.
"This is something I have wanted to do for a long time, but haven't been able to, so I was pleased to have the chance."
She added: "I've got a snowboarding lesson next and I want to do a skydive next year. I have been training for my career ever since I was about seven, so this is a chance for me now to do something different."
Bunbury's Beth Tweddle has been in the Granada Reports studio, speaking about her Olympic success.
Beth won bronze on the uneven bars at the North Greenwich Arena.
The 27-year-old is Britain's most successful gymnast, with three world, six European, seven British and now an Olympic medal to her name.