Oke and Amata carry the fight for Team Nigeria
Doreen Amata and Tosin Oke restore some pride for Team Nigeria
Oborodudu falls to Michalik
Blessing Oborodudu fell in her first bout at the Olympics after receiving a round one bye
Odumosu misses out in 400 hurdles final
Joke Odumosu was outrun in the 400m hurdles final
Mixed blessings in track and field
There were disappointments and successes over the last two days of track and field
Argentina leave little comfort for D'Tigers
Argentina's first quarter proves decisive as D'Tigers lose out
Swimming superstar Michael Phelps once claimed he scoffed up to 12,000 calories a day. Usain Bolt's big sprint rival Yohan Blake says he chomps 16 ripe bananas every 24 hours.
With extreme eating habits like these, it may be some surprise to learn that within the Olympic Village there lurks a culinary trap that can potentially tip athletes over the fine line between success and failure at London 2012.
Competitors spend years honing their bodies to perfection, scrupulously eating the right foods, avoiding the wrong ones ... and then?
Nigerian Athletics head coach Innocent Egbunike is one of Nigeria's all time great athletes. He anchored the men's 4 x 400 relay team to a bronze medal at the Olympics in 1984 in Los Angeles and won a silver medal at the 1987 World Championships in Rome. He spoke to Ayo Odumade in the Olympic Village about the past, present and future of Nigerian athletics.