Liverpool forward Craig Bellamy has revealed he will be in the Great Britain squad for the Olympics, according to reports. 32-year-old Bellamy has been seen as one of the favourites to to take one of three overage slots in Stuart Pearce's squad.
"I am in the Olympic squad - but I was supposed to keep it quiet. It's a different challenge. I had a difficult season with Liverpool but the Olympics is a one-off."
Tickets for the London 2012 Olympic football matches at the Millennium Stadium are now on public sale. 11 men and women's football matches will be played in Cardiff between 25 July and 10 August - including the Olympics' very first event.
Millennium Stadium General Manager Gerry Toms said: "This is fantastic news for the football fans who have missed out during the previous phases of ticket sales. I'm sure sports fans will want to book their places to be part of the first ever Olympic Games in Wales."
The Olympic Games may be two months away but today these school children from Penarth have performed their very own opening ceremony wearing different colours in front of Welsh Paralympian Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson.
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Work is underway to install huge replica Olympic rings at Cardiff's City Hall.
The 5.7 metre rings, in the traditional colours of blue, black, red, yellow and green, will be above the lawn fountain.
The Millennium Stadium will host the Olympics' first events - two women's football matches in July.
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Welsh Paralympic swimming champion Ellie Simmonds helped unveil the official Team GB Olympic kit at a special fashion show in London this morning.
Ellie Simmonds became the first person to break a world record at London's Aquatics Centre in the 200m individual medley just a few weeks ago.
At the launch of Great Britain's Olympic kit at the Tower of London, designer Stella McCartney said that the starting point for design was the Union Jack. McCartney says she hopes that she has made Great Britain proud and hopes people will like it.