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The Meridian news team is championing athletes from the South and South East on Day 11 of the Olympic Games.
A 28 year old man from Tonbridge has pleaded guilty to stealing sports kit belonging to an Olympic athlete.
Daniel Turowski admitted taking a rucksack owned by Australian runner Andrew McCabe.
The clothing and a mobile phone were stolen as the athlete trained at a ground in Tonbridge in the run up to the London 2012 games.
Turowski will be sentenced later.
Gamesmakers have rolled out the red carpet for Team GB as they enter the Paralympic Village in London. Hundreds of performers sang Queen's "Bicycle Race" as they entered the park.
The home of British rowing Henley-on-Thames is hosting an party for 21 Olympic rowers who train in the town. 12 rowers who are involved with the town's famous Leander Rowing Club won medals at London 2012 - including 3 gold medals in the women's double skulls and the men's fours.
A twenty seven year old woman has been arrested has been arrested after kit and a mobile phone was stolen from the Australian Olympic athlete Andrew McCabe.
Mr McCabe's bag was taken from a bench beside the running track at Tonbridge School, on the third of August.
He thought his running spikes had also been taken, but he later found them in another bag.
A twenty eight year old man has also been arrested in connection with the alleged theft. The pair are on police bail.
Britain's Nick Dempsey has won silver in the men's RS:X class. Holland's Dorian van Rijsselberge took the gold.
Reading diver Chris Mears has made it through to the men's 3m springboard final.
The teenager 19-year-old from Burghfield Common won his place in the final at the Aquatics Centre.
The teenager will compete against 12 other divers at 7pm.