Olympic Games in London

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Olympic Games in london. Oscar pistorius, a man who never gives up! Done by: Albert Miserbiev Form: 10A School: №30 Pyatigorsk Teacher: Natalya Kasyanova. 5klass.net

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summer Olympic Games 2012 summer Olympic Games 2012 (Games XXX Olympics) - thirtieth year Olympic Games, held in London, the UK capital, from 27 July to 12 August 2012.

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London became the first city to have received three Olympics. The first time they were held in the British capital in 1908, and then in 1948. How to choose the city. Accepting applications candidate cities was completed on 15 July 2003. At this point, desire to host the Games expressed 9 cities: Havana, Istanbul, Leipzig, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris and Rio de Janeiro. May 18, 2004 the International Olympic Committee after evaluating all applications selected five cities, of which was to make a choice on the 117th IOC Session in July 2005 in Singapore, it is - Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris and London. London's candidacy was chosen July 6, 2005. The only head of government, who personally presented a request of his country, was in Singapore, then-Prime Minister Tony Blair. The day after the announcement of the capital London Games a terrorist act.

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Talismans of Games – Wenlock and Mandeville Wenlock and Mandeville - the official mascots of Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 in London. Mascots were unveiled May 19, 2010. Mascots have been created and developed by Iris.   Wenlock is named after the town of Much Wenlock, in the County Shropshire, where the competitions were held - precursors of the modern Olympics, and Mandeville - after Stoke Mandeville hospital in the county Buckinghamshire, which initially organized Stoke Mandevilskie game became the precursors of the Paralympic Games.

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Sports facilities Olympic zone Olympic Stadium - Athletics, Opening and Closing Ceremonies Aquatic Centre - all water sports Besides swimming in open water London BikePark - cycle track and BMX Riverbank Arena - hockey Basketball arena - basketball, handball Copper Box - handball, modern pentathlon London Olympic Village River area Exhibition Centre in London - boxing, fencing, judo, table tennis, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling Arena O2, and Greenwich Arena - badminton, basketball, all kinds of gymnastics. At the time of the competition will be called North Greenwich Arena 1 and 2, respectively. Greenwich Park - riding and part of the modern pentathlon Royal Artillery Barracks - shooting The central zone Wembley - Football Wembley Arena - badminton, gymnastics All England Lawn Tennis Club and Croquet - Tennis Lord's Cricket Ground - archery Regents Park - veloshosse Parade ground of Horse Guards - beach volleyball Hyde Park - Triathlon and swimming in open water Earl's Court - Volleyball

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Olympic Torch Relay Olympic Games 2012 conducted from May 19 to July 27, 2012, up to the start of the Olympic Games. The exact list of torchbearers was announced on May 18. Although the tour and went mostly to the United Kingdom, were also visited crown lands - Jersey, Guernsey Isle of Man – and the Republic of Ireland.

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opening Ceremony The opening ceremony took place on July 27 at a new, specially built for the games 80000th Olympic Stadium and was called "The Island of miracles." Director of Oscar ceremony was Danny Boyle. Games were opened by British Queen Elizabeth II. 20-minute section Mike Oldfield played an instrumental composition Tubular Bells. At the end of the opening made ??by Paul McCartney with songs «The End» and «Hey Jude».

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closing ceremony The closing ceremony of the Olympic Games, which was called "Symphony of British music" (English A Symphony of British Music), was held on 12 August at the Olympic Stadium. By tradition, the ceremony was handed the Olympic flag to the mayor of the capital next summer Olympics. At the ceremony were: One Direction, Pet Shop Boys, Kaiser Chiefs, George Michael, Annie Lennox, Nick Mason, and Mike Rutherford, Jessie J, Russell Brand, Fatboy Slim, Spice Girls, Beady Eye, Eric Idle, Muse, Queen, Take That , The Who, etc.

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medal standings

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Oscar Pistorius is a man who never gives up. This summer was beaten many records, but even a Usain Bolt’s record in the 400 meters sprint didn’t surprise me as much as what I saw. And I saw a runner who was prepared for the race, not just a runner, a runner without legs. This is the first time when I saw amputee- sportsman, who played in the Olympics. His name is Oscar Pistorius. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa. When the future athlete was 11 months, he removed his legs below the knees, because of his birth, he had no fibula in both legs. Nevertheless, he went to a normal school and, indeed, actively engaged in sports such as running, rugby, tennis, water polo and wrestling. Later, after a knee injury, he focused only on the track and field and was rapidly progressing. Over time, he also enrolled in the University of Pretoria with a specialization in management - but, by his own admission, because training has to shorten the time course and does not expect to complete their education earlier than 30 years of age. In 2008, the Sports Federation of the University of Pretoria Pistorius named athlete of the year.

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Oscar on the Olympic Games in 2012 August 4, 2012 Oscar Pistorius finished second in the preliminary heats of 400 meters and reached the semi-finals, which was held on 5 August 2012. Took the overall 23rd place with a time of 46.54 seconds. August 9, 2012 Oscar ran the relay 4 ? 400 m, but because of falling teammate team was disqualified. However, the August 10, 2012 South African team has been included in the final, and Oscar ran on the fourth stage. Team South Africa took 8 th place with a best time of the season - 3 minutes 3.46 seconds. August 12, 2012 Oscar was carrying the flag of South Africa at the closing ceremony of Olympic Games.