Olympic & Paralympic Games 2012

The Olympic and Paralympic Games are the largest sporting event in the world; each event necessitating years of planning, international co-operation and vast financial resources. At the International Olympics Committee in Singapore July 2005 it was announced that London would host the Games in 2012. Hosting the Games will be a huge challenge for London and for the UK. The websites in this collection have been selected to reflect all aspects of the 2012 Games including the social and economic impact as well as the event itself. The collection includes websites of official bodies, relevant local councils, opinion forums and company websites. Sites will continue to be gathered up to and beyond the Olympics 2012.

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  1. Our Olympics - Reclaim London 2012
  2. Our Sporting Life
  3. Oxfordshire Sports Partnership
  4. Parasport
  5. Paul Drinkhall
  6. Peace Camp: a coastal installation celebrating love poetry and landscape 19 - 22 July, 2012
  7. People's Record, The
  8. Personnel Today: London mayor Ken Livingstone claims 2012 Olympic Games will benefit the careers of 20,000 Londoners
  9. Phillips Idowu Triplejumper
  10. Playfair 2012
  11. Podium Skills London
  12. Podium: The Further and Higher Education Unit for the 2012 Games
  13. Political, social and economic aspects of the Olympic Games
  14. Pontefract and Castleford Express: Olympic Torch street route announced
  15. Populous London 2012
  16. Portsmouth City Council: London 2012
  17. Pro-active East London
  18. Pro-Active West London
  19. Pro-Active West London (Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012)
  20. Pudding Mill River

Sites (446)

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