Injured Londoners can now be treated like Olympic athletes.
A new sport institute will offer help to NHS patients alongside elite competitors.
The institute is part of the legacy of the 20-12 Games, and it was opened today in the capital by Lord Coe.
This report from Rags Martel.
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