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
A week is already left behind with tears, joy and excitement in the London 2012 Paralympic Games! So who is leading the medal chart? How is Turkey’s adventure in the Games coming along? What memorable moments were witnessed? Here are some highlights of the past week.
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
London2012 Closing Ceremony
It was a proud fortnight for Britain and for London, showing to the world that the Olympic Games is much more than sports and competition. London 2012 Summer Olympics was a celebration of diversity, equality, team spirit, fair play, and Western Civilisation when at its best. It was the Games that wrote history in many respects, most memorable perhaps for
As we begin to approach the final days of the London 2012 Summer Olympics, we take a look at some of the stand-outs of the past week. Who leads the medal list? What did everyone talk about? What records were broken by whom? Who earned Turkey's medals? And more... View the full story on our Storify