This time last week we had the Olympic flame travelling through our region. It was lit from the sun's rays at a temple in Olympia - the very place the games began in Greece nearly three thousand years ago.
It's hard to imagine what the competition was like for the sporty, ancient Greeks, but archaeologists may have found the answer.
Sally Simmonds has been to Greece to find out more. Click on the link below to see her delightful report and beautiful pictures.
More top news
Holly has the latest forecast for the east and west of the region.
Butterflies and nerves of steel were behind the images shared and seen by millions across the globe.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex thanked everyone who took part in the celebrations on Saturday, Kensington Palace said.