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London 2012: Greatest show on earth puts Britain at centre of the world

APTOPIX London Olympics Opening Ceremony - The Olympic rings light up the stadium during the Opening Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Friday, July in London.

Mo Farah

Gutted for Mo that he didn't finish his great championship career with a gold. He really is an incredible human being Thanks for all that you have done for this wonderful sport and for inspiring so many people young AND old to aim high.

Bradley Wiggins

Bradley Wiggings wins Gold in the Mens Time Trial. Picture by Cristophe Karaba/EPA

Netherlands' Marianne Vos (C), Russia's Olga Zabelinskaya (L) and Britain's Elizabeth Armitstead (R) ride during the women's cycling road race in London on July 29, 2012, at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Dutch cycling sensation Marianna Vos finally added Olympic road race gold to her impressive collection of titles after dominating Britain's Lizzie Armitstead in a two-up sprint.

Dutch rider Marianne Vos, center, leads the field on her way to the gold medal. With her are bronze medalist Olga Zabelinskaya of Russia, left, and silver medalist Lizzie Armitstead of Great Britain.

Lizzie Armitstead wins Olympic silver in the Women's Road Race at London 2012.

Lizzie Armitstead wins Olympic silver in the Women's Road Race at London

Lizzie Armitstead - Silver, Women's Road Race (Team GB's first medal of 2012)

Lizzie Armitstead succeeded where Mark Cavendish failed by claiming Team GB’s first medal of the Olympic Games with a silver in the women’s road race on The Mall.

Bradley Wiggins /by Alex Livesey #roadie #tt #olympics

The Wiggo stamp shows the cycling superhero clad in his Team GB kit and bears the words Gold Medal Winner Bradley Wiggins Cycling: Road Men's Time Trial

Anyone else see the fingers under the flowers?  That looks soooo weird with no accompanying arm!  (Great Britain's Katherine Copeland cries during the award ceremony for the lightweight women's rowing double sculls)

Women's Rowing U.'s Katherine Copeland cries during the award ceremony for the lightweight women's rowing double sculls after winning the gold medal in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, at the 2012 Summer Olympics, on Aug.


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