Hundreds of items used during the London 2012 Games are going on sale today, including props from the opening and closing ceremonies.
Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris blogs on the three-day athletics event coming to the Olympic Stadium this summer.
We often talk about London 2012 inspiring a generation. But Leon Gaysil is trying to change the attitude towards disability of a nation.
– Six-time Paralympic gold medallist David Weir
It came from an idea that me and Jenny had years ago. When I was in Beijing (for the 2008 Olympics) I was thinking about our squad and looking at the other nations. I thought if no one's going to do something I think I should do, and help the next generation as I don't want our hopes to die in this country - I knew I was getting a little bit older. I'm glad that we've not just stuck with wheelchair racing, we've got other sports involved too, although it's mostly athletics.
Paralympic hero David Weir and his coach Jenny Archer will today announce the launch of a new cycling academy.
The Weir Archer academy at Kingsmeadow Athletics Stadium in Kingston Upon Thames hopes to unearth future talent while bringing investment to the arena.
It will support future paralympics in achieving their goals, particularly those who do not yet have funding from UK Sport.
Four London Paralympic gamesmakers have set up a charity to help disabled athletes across the world who can't afford to buy basic kit.
The charity KitUsOut came about after they encountered two amputee runners who did not have running spikes.
The charity is supported by Paralympians Dane Sarah Storey and Ellie Simmonds.
As he prepares for the London Marathon, ITV News has been given an exclusive insight into the training methods of one of the stars of the London Paralympics.
For David Weir, winner of four gold medals at the 2012 games, the hard work takes place on cold winter mornings in Richmond Park.
Rags Martel joined him to find out why the park plays such a central role in his success.
– Lord Seb Coe, Vice-President of the IAAF
I am delighted that the London Anniversary Games has been confirmed as three days of international athletics this July. London 2012 was an amazing year for British sport and what a way to celebrate its success by welcoming the world back to London once more to watch the biggest names in athletics.
It is an important part of the London 2012 legacy that as many people as possible experience world class sport in the world class facilities at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and I’m sure the London Anniversary Games will go a long way to inspiring the next generation of track and field fans.