A sculpture of the Olympic rings carved to celebrate this summer's sailing events has a new home.
The rings, which stand at around two metres high, had been in Weymouth train station for the duration of the games. Now they've been moved to overlook Portland harbour as a permanent reminder of the London 2012 sailing competition.
A Welsh Premier League footballer who posted an abusive message about Olympic diver Tom Daley will not face charges.
Daniel Thomas's message was "not so grossly offensive that criminal charges need to be brought", said Keir Starmer, the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Mr Keir said new guidelines for prosecutors on social media cases will also be issued, given the growing number of complaints.
Great Britain's sailors are hoping to clinch two gold medals off the Dorset coast this afternoon. Stuart Bithell and Luke Patience take part in the medal race in the men's 470 event, with Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark sailing in the women's event.
Plymouth diving star Tom Daley gets his final bid for an 2012 Olympic medal underway tonight. Daley is in action in the men's 10 metre platform preliminary round at the Aquatic Centre in Olympic Park. The competition starts at 7pm.
Dorset sailors Stuart Bithell and Luke Patience must wait until tomorrow [Friday] to reach for gold.
Light winds in Weymouth have meant their race - the men's 470 sailing class - has had to be postponed. They go into the medal race in second place, already guaranteed at least a silver medal. To win gold, they will have to overhaul their Australian rivals, who are four points ahead.
Weymouth windsurfers Nick Dempsey and Bryony Shaw are both involved in Olympic medal races off the Dorset coast this afternoon.
Dempsey, who goes into the race in second place, is in action at 1pm. Shaw, who is currently in seventh spot, gets underway an hour later.
After his performance in the waters off Weymouth yesterday afternoon, Ben Ainslie, the Finn Class sailor from Cornwall, is now the fourth most successful British athlete of all time.
As he won his forth straight gold medal and sailed into history with a nailbiting fight to the finish, the crowd in Weymouth was alive.
The coach of Plymouth diver Tonia Couch has given his thoughts following a failed appeal to be included in the individual ten metre diving event, even though she has already been selected for the synchronised event.
Head coach of Plymouth diving Andy Banks, says her performances have been better than anyone else's:
Tonia Couch has lost her appeal against the decision not to pick her for the 10m individual diving at London 2012.
The 23-year-old will still dive in the 10m synchro pairs with Sarah Barrow, but Monique Gladding will join Stacie Powell in the individual event.
Coach Andy Banks says it is unlikely there will be a further appeal.