Speaking to ITV News, double Olympic champion Laura Trott says the Velodrome is unique because it's the only place in the world where all cycling disciplines are in one place.
Almost two years on from that now historic goldrush we saw at the Velodrome in 2012, this area of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has been converted - and renamed the Lee Valley Velopark.
On offer is a wide range of cycling activities. This is the Olympic BMX track, converted and rebuilt.
There's also a mile-long road safety course. And, five miles of mountain bike trails, weaving in an out of this part of east London.
The park opens to the public on March 31st.
Tom Daley turned up at the Aquatics Centre to show youngsters how it was done today. He impressed the crowds with his dives off the 10m board.
The diver is no stranger to The Queen Olympic Aquatics Centre. He took home an Olympic Bronze medal in the same venue in front of home crowds in 2012.
Anti-terror police have charged a woman from Stratford with attempted murder after searching three houses in the area.
36-year-old Kuntal Patel will appear before Westminster Magistrates' Court this morning.
Public safety is a priority and at this stage there is nothing to suggest members of the public in the immediate area are at risk.
- Police have reportedly put up floodlights and tents in the gardens of neighbouring houses in Wyatt Park Road in Streatham
- The Met Police says a total of three addresses in London are being searched
Police are understood to be searching for chemical substances at a London property after two people were arrested under anti-terror laws. A 19-year-old man and 36-year-old woman were arrested in Streatham and Stratford.
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A passenger waiting for a train at Stratford station has been punched in the face. The 20-year-old victim was attacked around 4pm on Tuesday, 7 January as he waited for a service to Shenfield in Essex to pull into the station.
Det Cons Lawrence Murphy, the investigating officer, said: "As the train approached the platform, the victim was barged by a man who was passing him. The man threatened the victim before punching him in the face. "Acting in self-defence, the victim tried to defend himself and a scuffle broke out."
A man who was jailed after his dog attacked five police officers has been cleared - after successfully arguing that police were to blame.
Symieon Robinson-Pierre's pit bull bit officers in Stratford in March 2012. A local resident described the scene as "the most horrific he had ever witnessed".
Robinson-Pierre was given a 22 month jail term after being convicted of having a dog dangerously out of control in a public place.
But the Court of Appeal overturned the conviction after he successfully argued that the dog's escape into a public place was the fault of the police - not his.
The police had forced entry into his house to execute a search warrant, and he claimed that was why the dog escaped.
Jurors had heard that Mr Robinson-Pierre had told officers after being arrested: "It's not the dog's fault. You should have knocked. I would have let you in."