Take a look at some of the amazing feats of engineering on display at Prescott Bike Festival - in support of the Bloodbikes charity.Read the full story ›
Eddie "the Eagle" Edwards has returned to the ski jump where he first made his name during the Calgary Winter Olympics nearly 30 years ago.Read the full story ›
Eddie the Eagle Edwards has attended the European premiere of the film he inspired, alongside movie's stars Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton.Read the full story ›
You may remember earlier in the week - Eddie the Eagle spoke to us exclusively before jetting off to his very own film premiere in France.
Well tonight he's on the red carpet in London as the Stroud plasterer and builder come Olympic ski-jumper, joins the celebrities who have brought his story to the silver screen.
Here's his take on what makes the film so emotional for him.
Eddie the Eagle will be in UK cinemas from 1 April.
He started work as a plasterer and builder - but became one of the most famous faces of the 1980s. Now Eddie the Eagle is a film star.Read the full story ›
Eddie the Eagle was at the Weymouth Sea Life Park to open a bird of prey show and dive in a tank full of tropical sharks.Read the full story ›
He was the ultimate British sporting underdog who proved success comes to he who waits.
Eddie the Eagle was the Winter olympic skijump zero - who recently became a reality TV diving board hero.
And now he's become the inspiration for a play. Ken Goodwin joined him watching the rehearsals of 'Fly Eddie Fly'...
Fly Eddie Fly! is currently being rehearsed at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham.
Eddie, who famously came last in the Calgary Olympic ski jumping event, won ITVs Splash! last weekend with a near perfect dive.
He says it's strange seeing an actor playing him on stage.
The play was written by Cheltenham author Miranda Walker, who says Eddie is an "inspirational person with a great attitude."
Fly Eddie Fly! will be at the everyman studio theatre from 19th - 23rd February.
He's probably best known for coming last in the ski jump at the winter Olympics in Calgary in 1988. But almost exactly 25 years to the day, Cheltenham's Eddie the Eagle Edwards is taking another sport by storm.