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About London : 
London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. For nearly two millennia, London has been an important settlement.London is an international leader in finance. It is one of the largest global cities for its involvement in business, politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion and arts .London is also one of the most populated and largest cities in Europe. The city is situated by the river Thames. Some of the main attractions and landmarks of London are Albert Memorial, British Library, London Dungeon, Madame Tussaud's, London Eye, Tower Bridge, Millennium Dome, Greenwich Observatory, and St. Paul's Cathedral.
London Olympics 2012 Participating Nations Map
Description : Map showing the countries which participated in London Olympics 2012. Disclaimer
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  Participating Nations/Countries in London Olympics-2012  
AfghanistanCape VerdeSenegalLaosYemen
AlbaniaCook IslandsSloveniaLatviaZambia
AndorraCosta RicaSolomon IslandsSaint LuciaZimbabwe
Antigua and BarbudaCote-d´lvoireSouth AfricaLebanonEritrea
AngolaCroatiaSri LankaLesothoEstonia
AlgeriaCubaSlovakiaLibyaEthiopia
ArgentinaCyprusSwazilandLuxembourgFiji
ArmeniaCzech RepublicSerbiaMadagascarFinland
ArubaDominican RepublicSingaporeMalawiFrance
AustraliaNicaraguaSpainMalaysiaGabon
AustriaNigerSudanRep. of MoldovaThe Gambia
AzerbaijanNigeriaSurinamMarshall IslandsGermany
BahamasNorth KoreaSyriaMaldivesGhana
BangladeshNorwaySwedenMaltaGreat Britain
BarbadosOmanSwitzerlandMaliGuinea-Bissau
BurundiPakistanEl SalvadorMauritaniaGeorgia
BelgiumPalauEquatorial GuineaMauritiusGreece
BelizePanamaGuyanaMexicoGrenada
BeninPapua New GuineaHaitiMicronesiaGuam
BermudaPalestineHondurasMonacoGuatemala
BhutanParaguayHong KongMontenegroGuinea
BoliviaPeruHungaryMongoliaMozambique
Bosnia-HerzegovinaPhilippinesIcelandMoroccoMyanmar
BahrainPolandIndiaEcuadorNamibia
BotswanaPortugalIndonesiaTimor-LesteNauru
BelarusPuerto RicoIranTurkmenistanNepal
BrazilQatarIraqTunisiaNetherlands
BulgariaRomaniaIrelandTurkeyNew Zealand
CameroonRwandaItalyUgandaTanzania
CambodiaSaint LuciaIsraelUkraineTonga
CanadaSaint Kitts and NevisIvory CoastUnited Arab EmiratesThailand
Cayman IslandsSamoaJamaicaUSATaiwan
ChadSan MarinoJapanUruguayTajikistan
ChileSao Tome and PrincipeKazakhstanUzbekistanTogo
ChinaSaudi ArabiaKyrgyzstanVanuatuTrinidad & Tobago
ColombiaSeychellesKenyaVenezuela 
ComorosSierra LeoneKuwaitVietnam

Land's End Day 1 - 19, May 2012

Plymouth Day 1 - 19, May 2012

Exeter Day 2 - 20, May 2012

Taunton Day 3 - 21, May 2012

Bristol Day 4 - 22, May 2012

Cheltenham Day 5 - 23, May 2012

Worcester Day 6 - 24, May 2012

Malvern Day 7 - 25, May 2012

Cardiff Day 7 - 25, May 2012

Swansea Day 8 - 26, May 2012

Aberystwyth Day 9 - 27, May 2012

Bangor Day 10 - 28, May 2012

Chester Day 11 - 29, May 2012

Stoke-on-Trent Day 12 - 30, May 2012

Bolton Day 13 - 31, May 2012

Liverpool Day 14 - 1, June 2012

Isle of Man Day 15 - 2, June 2012

Portrush Day 16 - 3, June 2012

Derry Day 17 - 4, June 2012

Newry Day 18 - 5, June 2012

Dublin Day 19 - 6, June 2012

Belfast Day 19 - 6, June 2012

Glasgow Day 21 - 8, June 2012

Inverness Day 22 - 9, June 2012

Orkney Day 23 - 10, June 2012

Shetland Day 23 - 10, June 2012

Isle of Lewis Day 24 - 11, June 2012

Aberdeen Day 24 - 11, June 2012

Dundee Day 25 - 12, June 2012

Edinburgh Day 26 - 13, June 2012

Alnwick Day 27 - 14, June 2012

Newcastle-upon-Tyne Day 28 - 15, June 2012

Durham Day 29 - 16, June 2012

Middlesbrough Day 30 - 17, June 2012

Kingston-upon-Hull Day 31 - 18, June 2012

York Day 32 - 19, June 2012

Carlisle Day 33 - 20, June 2012

Bowness-on-Windermere Day 34 - 21, June 2012

Blackpool Day 35 - 22, June 2012

Manchester Day 36 - 23, June 2012

Leeds Day 37 - 24, June 2012

Sheffield Day 38 - 25, June 2012

Cleethorpes Day 39 - 26, June 2012

Lincoln Day 40 - 27, June 2012

Nottingham Day 41 - 28, June 2012

Derby Day 42 - 29, June 2012

Birmingham Day 43 - 30, June 2012

Coventry Day 44 - 1, July 2012

Leicester Day 45 - 2, July 2012

Peterborough Day 46 - 3, July 2012

Norwich Day 47 - 4, July 2012

Ipswich Day 48 - 5, July 2012

Chelmsford Day 49 - 6, July 2012

Cambridge Day 50 - 7, July 2012

Luton Day 51 - 8, July 2012

Oxford Day 52 - 9, July 2012

Reading Day 53 - 10, July 2012

Basingstoke Day 54 - 11, July 2012

Winchester Day 54 - 11, July 2012

Salisbury Day 54 - 11, July 2012

Weymouth and Portland Day 55 - 12, July 2012

Bournemouth Day 56 - 13, July 2012

Southampton Day 57 - 14, July 2012

Guernsey Day 58 - 15, July 2012

Jersey Day 58 - 15, July 2012

Portsmouth Day 58 - 15, July 2012

Brighton and Hove Day 59 - 16, July 2012

Hastings Day 60 - 17, July 2012

Dover Day 61 - 18, July 2012

Maidstone Day 62 - 19, July 2012

Guildford Day 63 - 20, July 2012

Waltham Forest Day 64 - 21, July 2012

Bexley Day 65 - 22, July 2012

Wandsworth Day 66 - 23, July 2012

Ealing Day 67 - 24, July 2012

Haringey Day 68 - 25, July 2012

Westminster Day 69 - 26, July 2012

Olympic Stadium Day 70 - 27, July 2012

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Description : Map showing the various locations through which the 2012 London Olympics tourch visited. Disclaimer
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  2012 London Olympic Tourch Relay Route Venues  
S.No.S.No.S.No.S.No.S.No.
1Land's End17Isle of Man33Durham49Leicester65Jersey
2Plymoutd18Portrush34Middlesbrough50Peterborough66Portsmoutd
3Exeter19Derry35Kingston-upon-Hull51Norwich67Bon and Hove
4Taunton20Newry36York52Ipswich68Hastings
5Bristol21Dublin37Carlisle53Chelmsford69Dover
6Cheltenham22Belfast38Bowness-on-Windermere54Cambridge70Maidstone
7Worcester23Glasgow39Blackpool55Luton71Guildford
8Malvern24Inverness40Manchester56Oxford72Waltdam Forest
9Cardiff25Orkney41Leeds57Reading73Bexley
10Swansea26Shetland42Sheffield58Basingstoke74Wandswortd
11Aberystwytd27Isle of Lewis43Cleetdorpes59Winchester75Ealing
12Bangor28Aberdeen44Lincoln60Salisbury76Haringey
13Chester29Dundee45Nottingham61Weymoutd and Portland77Westminster
14Stoke-on-Trent30Edinburgh46Derby62Bournemoutd78Olympic Stadium
15Bolton31Alnwick47Birmingham63Soutdampton  
16Liverpool32Newcastle-upon-Tyne48Coventry64Guernsey 
The Summer Olympics 2012 :
The 2012 Olympics is the 30th edition of this international sports competition. The main venue set to host the games of the 2012 Olympics is the London Olympic Stadium in the city of London. This stadium is set to be located in Stratford and have a capacity of providing accommodation for about 80,000.

The 2012 Olympics London started from the 27th July to the 12th of August 2012. More than 10,800 athletes from 204 National Olympic Committees participated in it. It featured 26 sports in 39 disciplines. 302 events took place at different venues which have been divided into three zones. The opening ceremony and the closing ceremonyhappened at the Olympics Park , the major venue for London Olympics 2012.

London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) launched the first phase of presale of tickets from March-April 2011 and the second phase from June-July 2011. The tickets can also be purchased from ATR (Authorised Tickets Resellerss) located in various countries all over the world.

Olympic Park, the destination of many events and attractions, is ready to cater the spectators coming from different parts of the World to experience the major international event The London Olympics 2012.

The venues in this great Olympic Park are
  • Aquatics Centre
  • Basketball Arena
  • BMX Track
  • Copper Box
  • Olympic Park
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Riverbank Arena
  • Velodrome
  • Water Polo Arena
Medal count
In London2012 summer Olympics the United States won 104 medals including 46 gold medals and china won 88 medals including 38 gold medals along with Great Britain which won 65 medals including 29 gold medals . Total 85Countrieswon medals including 54 counties which able to bag at least one gold medal.

Team USA defeated team Serbia to win its third straight basketball gold medal in Men’s Basketball tournament. The winning team’s coach Mike Krzyzewski was utmost delighted with his team’s victory on the final day of Rio 2016 Olympic Games. USA won by a 19-15 lead and this is their 25th straight victory at the Olympic Games in addition to the 15th straight victory in the basketball tournament. 

Mo Farah of Great Britain has bagged the gold by winning the 5000 meters final and completed the double double. According to media reports, with this victory Farah has become the second man in the history of Olympics to be able to successfully defend his 5000 and 10000 Olympic championships. His victory is being hailed on Twitter with some calling him the greatest long distance runner of all time. Meanwhile, the silver medal has gone to Paul Kipkemoi Chelimo and Dejen Gebremeskel of Ethiopia has bagged the bronze.

In the women's event, Caster Semenya of South Africa won the Olympic gold in the 800m. She won in one minute 55.28 seconds.  Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi won the silver medal and Kenya's Margaret Nyairera Wambui bagged the bronze.

Chen Long of China has taken gold medal in the Rio Olympics 2016 after defeating Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia, who has won a silver in men’s badminton today. Lee was facing pressure not to lose the match. He beat Lin Dan of China in the semi-final. Lee and Lin, both are considered to be the best players of their time. With Lee’s defeat, Malaysia has missed out the chance of getting an Olympic gold medal.

 

Italy came up with a win and is heading to men's volleyball final against Brazil, after defeating USA. The US men's volleyball team tried all their survival skills, but could not stand in front of Italy. The winning team's thriller was 30-28, 26-28, 9-25, 25-22, 15-9. After it was over, US coach John Speraw said that the team was not skilled enough and they did not execute on some of the opportunities, which Italy flawlessly did

French boxer Estelle Mossely celebrated her 24th birthday by winning a gold medal in Women’s lightweight boxing championship. She defeated China’s Yin Junhua after the end of four rounds that had the two defending champions leveled on the scorecards of three judges. The bronze medals were earned by Mira Potkonen of Finland and Anastasia Beliakova of Russia.

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