The firm behind the Olympics security fiasco admitted today that its loss on the bungled contract will be in the region of £50 million.
G4S is conducting an internal review after its failure to provide all of the 10,400 contracted guards for London 2012 forced the Government to step in with military personnel.
The giant Olympic rings suspended from Tower Bridge have been taken down. The rings, which weigh three tonnes, have made a striking statement on one of the capital's most iconic landmarks over the last few weeks.
Olympic champion Mo Farah and his close family and friends have been celebrating his double-gold medal success with a night out hosted by a restaurant in Kingston.
Members of Paralympics GB are training in front of loudspeakers to get them used to the crowds expected during their Games.
The event, which starts in two weeks' time, is on course to sell out for the first time in its 64 year history.
And to help achieve that place in the record books, more tickets have gone on sale today.
Here's our Olympics Correspondent Simon Harris.
The United States Olympic Team has thanked Great Britain for its generosity and hospitality during the Olympic Games by making a donation to the children's charity Kids Company.
The U.S team donated £100 for each of the 104 medals it won at London 2012.
Olympic beach volleyball silver medallists, Jen Kessy and April Ross presented a £10,400 check to the organization.
“The atmosphere in London has been incredible,” said Kessy. “Everyone has been so friendly and supportive; it has made our first Olympic experience unforgettable.”
“We are truly grateful to be part of such a wonderful campaign,” said Ross. “After visiting Kids Company and learning about all the things they do for children, it’s touching to know that we were able to contribute to such a great cause by winning a medal for Team USA.”
Despite the success of the Olympics, there are some here in London, who believe the Games have not been so great for them, who say they're still counting the cost of the Olympics.
One restaurateur says her takings have been down so far, she's sending a 90 thousand pound bill to Boris Johnson.
One of London's double medal winners has returned to the gymnastics club in Essex where he trains for the first time since the Olympics. Max Whitlock earned bronze in team and individual events at gymnastics.
He's back working out at the South Essex Gymnastics Club in Basildon.
When the women's hockey captain, Kate Walsh, broke her jaw during Team GB's first match of the Games, she feared that was the end of her Olympics.
Yet, Kate was able to return to the side that went on to win a bronze medal. That's thanks to the medics at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. Today, Kate went back to say a personal "Thank You"
There is a free pop-up rowing taster session today aimed at harnessing Olympic enthusiasm for the sport in Danson Park in Bexley.
Everyone is welcome to the event which will run from 10am until 4pm.