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The culmination of Great Britain's summer of sport was the Victory Parade through the streets of London carrying 90% of Team GB's medal winners and around 800 Olympian and Paralympian athletes.This report is by one of the volunteer Gamesmakers who took part in the parade through the streets lined with thousands of people.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 60 months ago in Olympics | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is it really like to be a volunteer gamesmaker at London 2012 Olympic Games? Find out from one of these Gamesmakers who has just finished two weeks working at the Olympic Tennis Competition at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon The pressure of the role and the benefits of being a volunteer..
Published by Amanda Wilkins 62 months ago in Olympics | +6 votes | 1 comments
Article subjects the topic of Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas and her hair. As a young African American women, the topic of her hair is not only a target, but the only thing that media can find something to talk about. Overall, the idea of how she styles her hair is irrelevant to the sport.
Published by Jeramie Bizzle 62 months ago in Olympics | +1 votes | 0 comments
The ten countries in the world that have won the most Olympic medals during the Summer Olympics. All medals won for each country are counted. That includes gold, silver and bronze medals. One of the countries listed has merged with another country on the list, but because they were separate countries for many years, I've listed them separately.
Published by Joe Dorish 62 months ago in Olympics | +12 votes | 2 comments
The people of Sussex turned out in force to welcome the Olympic flame into their region on July 16th and July 17th en route to London when the final leg will light the Olympic Flame on July 27th during the opening ceremony.Schools gave the children the day off so they could see the beautiful gold-colored torch arrive in their home towns.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 62 months ago in Olympics | +4 votes | 0 comments
Direct entry into the London 2012 Olympic Games has been decided based on the ATP and WTA World Rankings of June 11th 2012.Barring injury the players named in this article should be gracing the hallowed turf at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon representing their respective countries.With both World Number 1 players representing Serbia and Russia respectively it looks as if that part of the world will definitely be featured in the medals.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 64 months ago in Olympics | +9 votes | 2 comments
This is another one of my articles about the Olympics, and talks about cycling specifically. It explains each of the 4 categories of Olympic Cycling and talks about results in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The article also talks about which nations had done well in 2008, and who is likely to do well in 2012.
Published by Flagged 64 months ago in Olympics | +4 votes | 0 comments
The Olympics - 'Fighting & Fencing' is another article about a specific area in the Olympics, combat sports. It talks about all 5 combat sports in the Olympic Games including wrestling, boxing, judo, taekwondo and of course fencing. This article is also packed with some of the 'combat sport history' in the Olympics.
Published by Flagged 64 months ago in Olympics | +2 votes | 0 comments
This article is about the 3 current racquet sports at the Olympics (Tennis, Table-Tennis and Badminton), and will provide insightful information about each of the unique racquet sports of the Olympics. It also gives some history of racquet sports at the Olympics, including who has won the medals and so forth.
Published by Flagged 64 months ago in Olympics | +2 votes | 2 comments
This is the second of many articles to come about the 2012 London Olympic Games, and the Olympics in general. In particular this article covers athletics (field and track events), probably the biggest event in the Olympics. It explains who is likely to win in athletics and some basic history of this famous event.
Published by Flagged 64 months ago in Olympics | +3 votes | 0 comments
This is the first of a many articles to come about the 2012 London Olympic Games, and the Olympics and general. In particular this article covers swimming, one of the major events once again in the Olympics. It will explain who is likely to win in swimming and also tell some history of swimming at the Olympic Games.
Published by Flagged 65 months ago in Olympics | +3 votes | 0 comments
What is a Gamesmaker?These are the 70,000 dedicated volunteers who have been lucky enough to work at the greatest show on earth.It will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for them and they range from teenagers to pensioners.Working in a variety of roles at all the venues they will be the hosts,the friendly face of the Games
Published by Amanda Wilkins 66 months ago in Olympics | +4 votes | 3 comments
London 2012 Olympic Games sees the tennis competition played at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at its present venue in Church Road for the first time.The last time London hosted the Games in 1948 tennis had been dropped from Olympic competition.In 1908 when London first hosted the games there were two tennis competitions,indoors at Queen's Club and on grass at the AELTC's previous venue in Worple Road.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 66 months ago in Olympics | +1 votes | 0 comments