1979 photo of Sir Adrian Cadbury (Chancellor of #AstonUniversity 1979-2004). Born in 1929, Sir Adrian has led a truly remarkable life. He is perhaps best known for his chairmanship of the Committee on The Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance between 1991 and 1995 and the code of best practice which bears his name. He was also a British Olympic rower, competing in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics.

1979 photo of Sir Adrian Cadbury (Chancellor of #AstonUniversity 1979-2004). Born in 1929, Sir Adrian has led a truly remarkable life. He is perhaps best known for his chairmanship of the Committee on The Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance between 1991 and 1995 and the code of best practice which bears his name. He was also a British Olympic rower, competing in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics.

Katherine Grainger, British Olympic Rower, 5 time medallist.

Katherine Grainger: Karate key to Olympian's rowing success

Five-time Olympic medallist Katherine Grainger says her grounding in karate has had a profound influence on her rowing career.

No hard feelings! Kate and William pose for a photo after the Duchess' team was beaten by her husband's, despite having an Olympic rower on her side. The Duchess turned once again to her trusty £55 Superga trainers

Duchess of Cambridge dazzles at a party in Berlin ballroom

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge pose for a photo after the Duchess' team was beaten by her husband's, despite having an Olympic rower on her side. The Duchess turned once again to her trusty Superga trainers

British Olympic rower Steve Redgrave carried the torch into the stadium, before handing it over to seven budding young athletes who ignited copper petals around the cauldron.     Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/olympics/906568-young-british-athletes-light-cauldron-at-olympics-opening-ceremony#ixzz21xIUcVrL

London 2012 Olympics: Lighting the Olympic Flame - A group of seven young athletes light the Olympic Cauldron Picture: PA

London 2012 Olympics: GB's medallists may be barefooted on podium after BOA take tough stance over sponsorship  Some of Britain’s leading athletes, including Mark Cavendish and Mo Farah, may collect any London 2012 Olympic medals in bare feet to avoid contractual issues with personal sponsors following a row with the British Olympic Association over marketing rights | Flag day: Great Britain's Mo Farah may recieve his medal barefooted Photo: GETTY IMAGES

London 2012 Olympics: Beach Volleyball is most popular sport for ministers

London 2012 Olympics: GB's medallists may be barefooted on podium after BOA take tough stance over sponsorship

#AutismTechnology: Apps for autism: Silken Laumann campaigns for new technology

#AutismTechnology: Apps for autism: Silken Laumann campaigns for new technology

Cute Dads in the Kitchen: How to Make Marshmallow Sheep Snacks [VIDEO]

Cute Dads in the Kitchen: How to Make Marshmallow Sheep Snacks [VIDEO]

Cheerios (made like ricecrispie treats) form a great body for this brownie headed easter sheep.

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