A ticket tout who was attempting to sell Olympic tickets outside the Excel Centre in London has been sentenced to 28 days in custody. Twenty nine year old Josef Aguirre was sentenced today after a hearing at Stratford Magistrates court.
Aguirre was found with 56 Olympic tickets in his possession which LOCOG is now working to put back into circulation for members of the public to buy.
Sir Chris Hoy rode to glory as he took an historic fifth Olympic title on a golden day for Britain.
Despite having no passport and no country, a marathon runner who fled to avoid a Sudanese child labour camp will run at the Olympics.
Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton will try and keep up the cycling winning streak, with Rebecca Adlington defending her 800m Beijing title