Bronze and marble casts of Olympic and Paralympic champions are going on display in Hampshire.
The 11 sculptures which include this cast of silver medallist Lewis Smith will be exhibited in Fleet until November.
Blade runner Oscar Pistorius and five times Olympian swimmer Mark Foster also feature in the exhibition.
Artist Ben Dearnley said "My Olympic work focuses on the core strengths of each Olympic and Paralympic athlete I have worked with, capturing something of the essence of what it is that makes them the best in the world at what they do."
The town of Aylesbury is celebrating its paralympic connections as hundreds of people line the streets for the torch relay. The flame will be carried through the town from Stoke Mandeville Hospital on its way to the London 2012 Games.
Hundreds of people are heading to Stoke Mandeville for the start of the 24 hour Paralympic Torch Relay. The flame will leave the spiritual home of the games this evening before it is carried by more than 500 torchbearers to London.
Visual impairment is no bar to Brighton's Ben Quilter. He was fifth at the paralympics in Beijing. He's now ranked number one in the world and has set his sights on London gold. The thirty year old trains at the Judo performance centre at Dartford in Kent.
He has a rare genetic conditon called macular degeneration, which is often seen in elderly people. His focus is on his first bout but as Penny Silvester explains, there's another important date looming.