London 2012 was the best and the first in many respects. A historic Games for the British, for athletes, for women, for the disabled, and for those caring about the planet. Here’s a look at why London 2012 will write history. An inspiring Torch Relay: More than 8,000 people of all ages were selected to carry the Olympic Flame in more
Come 9 September, London will have closed its curtains both for the Olympic and the Paralympic Games. But what has it meant for those living around the area where the Olympic Park was built, and most importantly, what will it mean in the aftermath of the Games? We have seen London write history in the modern Olympics as it became the
Leaving a week behind in London 2012 Olympic Games, we look at some of the highlights, some of the controversies and exciting events of the Games. The Aquatics Centre was filled with excitement and joy in the first week while world class swimmers raced for golds and set 7 new world records. Michael Phelps continued to rule the Olympic Games for a third
London 2012 Olympic Games kicked off on 27 July with a uniquely British Opening Ceremony, directed by the uniquely British Danny Boyle. Check some of the highlights from the Opening Ceremony, and some unforgettable moments from the first two days. View the full story with interesting highlights on our Storify page.
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