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Sprint canoeist Liam Heath has set his sights on an Olympic Torch of his own as he tweeted this picture of the homemade variety.
Hockey player Nicola White took time out from training to pose as the "new lifeguard in town", as she tweeted this picture of herself sitting on the lifeguard's seat by the Olympic pool.
British boxer Amir Khan has tweeted this photo of his Olympic pass.
There are 30 Welsh athletes competing in the Olympics - more than at any previous Games - including hurdler Dai Green and footballers Ryan Giggs and Craig Bellamy. See ITV Wales for their official preview of the 'Magnificent 30' and see if you can name them.
Just days after completing the world's most famous cycling competition - the Tour de France - it seems nerves are getting the better of British road cyclist Mark Cavendish:
Tom Daley is set to be one of Great Britain's most high-profile stars over the next fortnight. The 18-year-old is bids to add an Olympic medal to an already decorated young diving career. He's under a lot of pressure, but Daley says that will work in his favour.
Olympic diver Nick Robinson-Baker told ITV News that the London 2012 Olympics are going to be "so much better than Beijing" and that he hopes to use his home advantage to take home a gold medal.
He said he "gets his vibes" from the atmosphere and says he loves life inside the Olympic village.
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Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt may have broken three world records, but he trails behind some of nature's top athletes.
At the Olympic Park hopes of British success are high. But you don't have to think back too far to remember it wasn't always like this.