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The Warmup Lap | 7.11.12 - Roger Banniester Carries The Torch

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Sir Roger Bannister had his turn carrying the Olympic Flame at the start of day 53 of the Torch Relay. (Photo by LOCOG via Getty Images)

London 2012 Games: Roger Bannister and Steve Redgrave 'honoured' to carry Olympic torch in Henley | Mail Online

Athletics legend Sir Roger Bannister returned to the site of his greatest sporting achievement as he started Tuesday's journey of the Olympic flame.

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The Savages' Olympics: It's a shameful stain on history - pygmies, cannibals and tribesmen forced to compete at 1904 Games in order to prove white supremacy | Mail Online

The shameful spectacle was organised by 1904 games director James Edward Sullivan an Irish New Yorker, who wanted the tribesmen to compete against each other.

Alistair Brownlee: I'm ready for London 2012 Olympics after a long, hard road | Metro.co.uk

For a year, we have followed triathlon world champion Alistair Brownlee as he has written about his build-up to London 2012 exclusively for Metro.

Lastly, Geoffrey Mutai, who ran the fastest Marathon ever last year in Boston, will be returning to the BMW Berlin Marathon on 30 September.