After the success of the Olympics and Paralympics everyone is talking about the 'legacy' of the Games - with the organisers hoping everyone around the country is inspired to take up new sports, get more active and volunteer more.
Throughout the Games, members of the Young people's sport panel have been celebrating the Olympic and Paralympics by publishing stories of what they mean for the athletes, volunteers, spectators and members of the public.
The panel members have created blogs, videos and information articles that captured the excitement of this once in a lifetime event. Check out what they got up to!
Panel members Adam Martin and Jodi McGinty are currently working at the Games in London. They've decided to keep blogs about their experiences.
Adam is a Bus System's Team Leader and you can find out exactly what he's been doing at the following link:
Jodi is a Young Mayor rubbing shoulders with competitors and VIPs in the athlete's village - read about her experiences at the following link:
Chris looks at the impact the Olympics has had on Student Sport
Chris Sellar examines whether the London Olympics and the 'summer of sport' has encourage more students to take part in sport.
Connor's review of the Olympic Swimming Competition
Connor Hughes witnesses the titanic swimming face-off between Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte! Read all about it:
Meghan's basketball write-up
Meghan Plummer attended the Team USA v Team GB men's and women's basketball games that were a warm up for the Olympics. She's reported on both matches and the whole experience. Read her article:
Basketball: Team USA v Team GB
Interview with Kieron Achara
Meghan was also lucky enough to secure an interview with Team GB Basketball star Kieron Achara. Read about Kieron's Olympic experiences, tips for aspiring athletes and plans for the future:
Interview with Kieron Achara
Matt's notes from the road
Matt McCormick has been watching the Olympics on the road. He tells us how people across Europe have been celebrating London 2012. Read his article here:
Interesting Start to the London Olympics!
What Scottish football can learn from the Olympics
Colin Millar took in some of the Olympic football that was played at Glasgow. He reckons that Scottish football can learn some lessons that will help improve the game in Scotland:
What Scottish football can learn from the Olympics.
Life as a Closing Ceremony Performer
Colin also took the opportunity to interview Claire Wilson who was part of the London 2012 Closing Ceremony. Read his interview here:
A taste of the Olympics in Glasgow
Katie Clucas writes about her experiences working as a Sports Development Officer in Glasgow during the Olympics and how she's now looking forward to attending the Paralympic Games in London:
A taste of the Olympics in Glasgow.
British Gas Heroes Tour
Some Young people's sport panel members attended the recent British Gas Heroes Tour and interviewed British Olympians from four aquatic sports about their experiences at London 2012 and their hopes for the future.
John's video diary
John Robertson is a Games Maker for the athletics competitions at the Olympic stadium. Check out the first three installments of his video diary from London!
Katie's Olympic Interviews
Katie Clucas interviews Steven Coulter and Jonathan Shaw about their experiences as a London 2012 Olympic Games Maker and the Commonwealth Arena.
Katie Clucas speaks to Gorbals Leisure Centre members about how their experiences of the London 2012 Olympics.
Kulbir's Olympic Interviews
Kulbir Singh interviews some young people from the Sikh community about thier experiences of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Morvern's Olympic Interviews
Morvern Macgregor interviewed some aspiring young athletes and journalists about what London 2012 has meant for them!
Olympic Torch logo used courtesy of Locog.