Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt has vowed to build on his "living legend" with another defence of his Olympic titles at Rio 2016.
After toying with switching disciplines, the world's fastest man said he has decided to focus solely on winning the 100m and 200m golds in Brazil.
"Rio is about going and defending my titles," Bolt said during a trip to New Zealand. "I don't want to try any different events at Rio, because at Rio I will just defend my titles to show the world that there is a possibility that I can do it again. To do the three-peat, that is the focus."
The Olympic Flame has arrived safely in Leicester despite an earlier scare, when two boys managed to get their hands on it in Coventry.
Police are warning people against entering the "security bubble" around the torch, for their safety and also for that of the torchbearers.
Crowds of people have turned out to catch a glimpse of the Olympic Torch on day 45 of its journey around the UK.
Former England Rugby Head Coach Martin Johnson was among those watching as the flame passed between Foxton and Leicester.
The Olympic Torch has taken to the water on the 45th day of its relay around the UK.
Torchbearer Robert Gomez passed the flame to colleague David Wilson at Foxton Locks in Leicestershire.
Flags from all the countries participating in London 2012 Olympic games have been raised on Regent Street today. Branded the 'Mile of Style', the popular street and surrounding area are displaying the brightly coloured national flags to celebrate the sporting spectacular.