Olympics boss Lord Coe prepares to face questions from the London Assembly.
Although London 2012 was hailed a success, this week the organisers of the Games will face tough questions about what they did right, and what they got wrong.
Lord Coe's appearance before the London Assembly comes after criticism about how tickets were allocated this summer.
He will be under pressure to defend his organisation.
He is also likely to be quizzed about the unresolved future of the Olympic stadium.
Watch our Political Correspondent Simon Harris's report.
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Lord Sebastian Coe has been elected as chairman of the British Olympic Association. He is a highly respected international sport leader who was the driving force behind the successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The 43 members of the National Olympic Committee have voted by acclamation to elect Lord Sebastian Coe, the leader of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, as the next Chairman of the BOA.
Lord Coe, a double Olympic gold medallist, stood unopposed and will serve a four year term as BOA Chairman, beginning today.
Coe succeeds Lord Colin Moynihan, who announced in August this year his decision to step down from the position following seven years of leadership.
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Here's how London Tonight reported on the opening of the Europa Gym back in March.
A Crayford couple has been singled out for praise by London's Olympic supremo, Lord Coe, for their work creating generations of athletes.
Len and Yvonne Arnold are so highly regarded, their gym in Crayford was made an official training venue for Olympic and Paralympic volleyball teams.
Lord Coe has thanked a couple who sold their home to pay for an Olympic-standard gym in south-east London.
Speaking to the Conservative Party Conference, he was naming some of the inspirational people he met in the lead up to the games.
Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris has been tweeting during the address from London 2012 Chairman Lord Coe at the Conservative Party Conference.
Coe: The games were delievered to the best of our combined British ability and what an ability we have. @londontonight
Coe: For me the why was always clear. It was about changing the lives of young people. @londontonight
The Olympic legacy has to be kept safe from party politics, London 2012 supremo Lord Coe said during a celebration of the Games at Labour's party conference.
The Tory peer was given a warm reception by the Labour crowd as athletes, torch bearers and volunteer Games Makers took centre stage.
Lord Coe said the legacy had to be "looked at in a consensual way" as he praised the way the Olympics had not become a "party political property".
But the cross-party consensus was broken as Labour's former culture secretary Dame Tessa Jowell and the PE teacher who mentored double gold medallist Mo Farah attacked the Government's "dismantling" of school sports.