London 2012 Olympics

Arthaud on her 15 metre monohull boat called Biotherm, off the Brittany coast in 1979 Arthaud was the daughter of Jacques
Two London 2012 medal-winners were killed "An explosion occurred and it's believed that they collided," said Angulo, referring
Today, we mark the International Day of Disability, a UN initiative to "increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate the achievements and contributions of people with disability."
The glistening eyes and the humming noise of London hasn't disappeared. Pulling out the gold medal, often from my grubby pocket - I see children's and adult's eyes light up. It takes them back to London 2012; a period in time where perceptions of disability changed for the better. People saw what can be done, rather than can't.
Obviously it would have taken time to really create success at the top level and this is not to say that GB Basketball would have become the new British Cycling but UK Sport, by narrowing their focus on short-term success, seemed to have missed the lessons that recent history and success could have taught them.
The fashion industry has artfully latched onto our fitness obsession. It all started in 2004 when Stella McCartney designed her first collection for Adidas. Her collection was soon after followed by a collaboration between Puma and Alexander McQueen.
Olympic hero and former 'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant Victoria Pendleton has married a former member of her training
A lot has been made recently of "one year on" from London 2012. For me however, this time last year, I was sat on my balcony in the Olympic village crying my eyes out with the realisation that my dreams had just come crashing down around me.
A stuntman who starred in the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics has been killed in an accident. Mark Sutton, who
Once viewed as 'restrained' and 'unapproachable' it looks as though the London 2012 Olympics games has shifted the worlds