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Olympic games Presentation Manakova Svetlana
Games of the XXX Olympiad Host cityLondonLondon, United Kingdom MottoInspire a Generation Nations participating204 Athletes participating10,820 Events302 in 26 sportssports Opening ceremony27 July Closing ceremony12 August Officially opened byQueen Elizabeth II Athlete's OathSarah Stevenson Judge's OathMik Basi Coach's OathEric Farrell Olympic Torch Callum Airlie Jordan Duckitt Desiree Henry Amitabh Bachchan Katie Kirk Cameron MacRitchie Aidan Reynolds Adelle Tracey Austin Playfoot (relight) StadiumOlympic Stadium.
The opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics was held on 27 July and called "Isles of Wonder". Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle was its artistic director, with the music directors being the electronic music duo Rick Smith and Karl Hyde of Underworld. The Games were officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. It was the second Games the Queen had opened personally, the first being the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. All successive Olympics held in Canada or Australia have been opened by their respective governors-general. The Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Games attracted a peak viewing audience of over 27 million viewers (around half of the population of the United Kingdom watched BBC1 live simultaneously) Opening ceremony
The 2012 Summer Olympics, officially the Games of the XXX Olympiad and commonly known as London 2012, was a major international multi-sport event celebrated in the tradition of the Olympic Games, as governed by the International Olympic Committee(IOC). It took place in London, United Kingdom, from 27 July to 12 August The first event, the group stage in women's football, began two days earlier, on 25 July at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. More than 10,000 athletes from 204 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) participated. It started on Friday 27 July 2012 at 0:00. multi-sport event Olympic Games International Olympic Committee London group stage women's football Millennium Stadium Cardiff National Olympic Committees
The Olympic Javelin service ran betweenSt Pancras and Ebbsfleet, via Stratford Olympic JavelinSt Pancras Ebbsfleet Stratford Transport for London (TfL) carried out numerous improvements in preparation for 2012, including the expansion of the London Overground's East London Line, upgrades to the Docklands Light Railway and the North London Line, and the introduction of a new "Javelin" high-speed rail service. According to Network Rail, an additional 4,000 train services operated during the Games, and train operators ran longer trains during the day. Transport for London London Overground East London Line Docklands Light Railway North London LineJavelin The Emirates Air Line crosses the River Thames between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks Emirates Air Line River Thames Greenwich Peninsula Royal Docks TfL also built a £ 25 million cable car across the River Thames, called the Emirates Air Line, to link 2012 Olympics venues.It was inaugurated in June 2012, and crosses the Thames between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks, carrying up to 2,500 passengers an hour, cutting journey times between the O2 arena and the ExCeL exhibition centre and providing a crossing every 30 seconds. cable car River Thames Emirates Air Line Greenwich Peninsula Royal Docks O2 arena ExCeL exhibition centre The plan was to have 80% of athletes travel less than 20 minutes to their event, and 93% of them within 30 minutes of their event. Olympic rings marked on a street, indicating that the lane was reserved for the use of Olympic athletes and staff. TfL defined a network of roads leading between venues as the Olympic Route Network; roads connecting between all of the Olympic venues located within London. Many of these roads also contained special "Olympic lanes" marked with the Olympic rings reserved for the use of Olympic athletes, officials, and other VIPs during the Games. Olympic Route Network
Countdown The Countdown Clock inTrafalgar SquareTrafalgar Square During the closing ceremony of the 2008 Olympics, the Olympic Flag was formally handed over from the Mayor of Beijing to the Mayor of London. This was followed by a section highlighting London,One month later, the Olympic and Paralympic flags were raised outside the London City Hall. closing ceremony of the 2008 Olympics Olympic Flag Mayor of Beijing Mayor of London Paralympic flags London City Hall A countdown clock in Trafalgar Square was unveiled, 500 days before the Games.The clock broke down the following day,but was later fixed. The countdown to the start of the Olympics began with a ceremony for the lighting of the Olympic flame in Olympia, Greece. Trafalgar Square Olympia, Greece
The Olympic Mascots, Mandeville (left) and Wenlock (right) The official mascots for the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games were unveiled on 19 May Wenlock and Mandeville are animations depicting two drops of steel from a steelworks in Bolton. They are named after Much Wenlock, a town in Shropshire that holds a forerunner of the current Olympic Games, and Stoke Mandeville, a village in Buckinghamshire where a forerunner of the Paralympic Games was first held. The writer Michael Morpurgo wrote the story concept for the mascots, and an animation was produced. Two stories have been created about the mascots: Out Of A Rainbow and Adventures On A Rainbow.
Medals Approximately 4,700 Olympic and Paralympic medals were produced by the Royal Mint at Llantrisant. They were designed by David Watkins (Olympics) and Lin Cheung (Paralympics). 99% of the gold, silver and copper was donated by Rio Tinto from a mine in Salt Lake County, Utah in the U.S. The remaining 1% came from a Mongolianmine. Each medal weighs 375 – 400 g (13.2 – 14 oz), has a diameter of 85 mm (3.3 in) and is 7 mm (0.28 in) thick, with the sport and discipline engraved on the rim. The obverse, as is traditional, features Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, stepping from the Panathinaiko Stadium that hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896, with Parthenon in the background; the reverse features the Games logo, the River Thames and a series of lines representing "the energy of athletes and a sense of pulling together".The medals were transferred to the Tower of London vaults on 2 July 2012 for storage. Olympic and Paralympic medals Royal Mint Llantrisant David Watkins Salt Lake County, Utah Mongolian Nike Panathinaiko Stadium River Thames Each gold medal is made up of 92.5 percent silver and 1.34 percent gold, with the remainder copper. The silver medal (which represents second place) is made up of 92.5 percent silver, with the remainder copper. The bronze medal is made up of 97 percent copper, 2.5 percent zinc and 0.5 percent tin. The value of the materials in the gold medal is about £ 410 (US $644), the silver about £ 210 (US $330), and the bronze about £ 3 (US $4.71) as of 30 July 2012.
Torch relay The torch relay in Newport, Isle of Wight torch relay Newport, Isle of Wight The Olympics torcan from 19 May to 27 July 2012, before the Games. Plans for the relay were developed in 2010 – 11, with the torch-bearer selection process announced on 18 May The Olympic flame arrived on flight BA2012 on 18 May 2012 from Greece.The relay lasted 70 days, with 66 evening celebrations and six island visits, and involved some 8,000 people carrying the torch about 8,000 miles (12,800 km), starting from Land's End in Cornwall. The torch had one day outside the United Kingdom when it visited Dublin, Ireland on 6 June. The relay was focusing on National Heritage Sites, locations with sporting significance, key sporting events, schools registered with the Get Set School Network, green spaces and biodiversity, Live Sites (city locations with large screens), and festivals and other events. Dumfries and Galloway was the only Region in the whole of the United Kingdom that had the Olympic Torch pass through it twice. A group of young athletes, nominated by retired Olympic athletes, ran the torch around the stadium. These torchbearers were Callum Airlie, Jordan Duckitt, Desiree Henry, Katie Kirk, Cameron Mac Ritchie, Aidan Reynolds, and Adelle Tracey. Together the torchbearers each lit a petal which spread the fire to the 204 petals of the cauldron, representing the countries that participated in the games. Olympic flame Land's End Dublin, Ireland Dumfries and Galloway cauldron
Around 10,800 athletes from 204 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) took part,surpassing the 1948 Summer Olympics in London and the 2002 Commonwealth Games inManchester as the largest multi-sport event ever to be held in the United Kingdom. [ National Olympic Committees 1948 Summer Olympics 2002 Commonwealth GamesManchester United Kingdom Three athletes from the Netherlands Antilles Olympic Committee, which the IOC Executive Committee had ceased to recognise at the IOC session of July 2011, and one athlete from South Sudan, which has no recognized NOC, participated independently under the Olympic flag. Netherlands Antilles Olympic Committee IOC session of July 2011 South Sudan participated independently Participating National Olympic Committees
. Aquatics Diving (8) Diving Swimming (34) Swimming Synchroniz ed swimming ( 2) Synchroniz ed swimming Water polo (2) Water polo Archery (4) Archery Athletics (47) Athletics Badminton (5) Badminton Basketball (2) Basketball Boxing (13) Boxing Canoeing Sprint (12) Slalom (4) Cycling BMX (2) Mountain biking (2) Road (4) Track (10) Equestrian Dressage (2) Eventing (2) Jumping (2) Fencing (10) Fencing Field hockey (2) Field hockey Football (2) Football Gymnastics Artistic (14) Rhythmic (2) Trampoline (2) Handball (2) Handball Judo (14) Judo Modern pentathlon (2) Modern pentathlon Rowing (14) Rowing Sailing (10) Sailing Shooting (15) Shooting Table tennis (4) Table tennis Taekwondo (8) Taekwondo Tennis (5) Tennis Triathlon (2) Triathlon Volleyball Volleyball (2) Beach volleyball (2) Weightlifting (1 5) Weightlifting Wrestling Freestyle (11) Greco- Roman (7). Sports The 2012 Summer Olympic programme featured 26 sports encompassing 39 disciplines. The number of events in each discipline is noted in parentheses
Rank NO C GoldSilverBronzeTotal 1 United States ( USA)United States China (CHN)China Great Britain (GBR) *Great Britain Russia (RUS)Russia South Korea (KOR)South Korea Germa ny (GE R)Germa ny France (FRA)France Italy (I TA)Italy Hunga ry (HU N)Hunga ry Austra lia (A US)Austra lia Total (85 NOCs)
The closing ceremony of the London 2012 Summer Olympics was held on 12 August In addition to protocol, the ceremony featured a flashback fiesta to British music with The Who finishing out the performance. The ceremony also included a handover of the Olympic flag by Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, to Eduardo Paes, Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, the host city of the 2016 Summer Olympics. British musicThe Who Olympic flag Boris Johnson Mayor of London Eduardo Paes Mayor of Rio de Janeiro 2016 Summer Olympics Participating National Olympic Committees Around 10,800 athletes from 204 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) took part,surpassing the 1948 Summer Olympics in London and the 2002 Commonwealth Games inManchester as the largest multi-sport event ever to be held in the United Kingdom. [ National Olympic Committees 1948 Summer Olympics 2002 Commonwealth GamesManchester United Kingdom Three athletes from the Netherlands Antilles Olympic Committee, which the IOC Executive Committee had ceased to recognise at the IOC session of July 2011, and one athlete from South Sudan, which has no recognized NOC, participated independently under the Olympic flag. Netherlands Antilles Olympic Committee IOC session of July 2011 South Sudan participated independently Closing ceremony