Everyone is recharged after a much needed day of rest. Spent
either taking the weight off our feet or for the foolish a trip to
Well back to the Athletes village today (Sun).
The Athletes have been allowed to invite friends or family into
the village to enjoy the occasion so it was a busy day again.
Some of them have finished completion so are either heading home
or relaxing. Later on many get dressed up and head out into
Lucky enough to have my photo taken with Maya Lawrence, bronze
medal winner from the US. She insisted on wearing my hat and I
wasn't going to argue with an Olympic fencer!!!
Also spoke to an upbeat but dejected Mara Yamauchi (Team GB) who
retired injured in the marathon.
I also allowed Mark Webber (F1) to sign some autographs with my
pen. There are some requests you just can't turn down.
- PC Ian Cuthbertson
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About PC Ian Cuthebertson
Ian is a local officer who has been employed with Cheshire
Police since 1989 and performs a valued role in the rural
neighbourhood team within Frodsham. He has worked
in a variety of roles, including in CID, with the intelligence unit
and as a Press Officer. Ian is a fan of track and field, cycling
Ian will be policing the Olympic Village and
the Media Centre during his time at the