Who is the writer of the Olympic Games?
|Pierre de Coubertin|
|Pierre de Coubertin by the mid 1920s|
|2nd President of the International Olympic Committee|
|In office 1896–1925|
|Preceded by||Demetrius Vikelas|
What made 2012 Olympics a success?
National Lottery and taxpayer-funded events staged in 2012 venues generated an economic impact of 134 million pounds ($176 million) following the London Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games, according to UK Sport, Britain’s high performance agency that invests in Olympic and Paralympic sports.
Who produced the 2012 Olympic Games?
In November 2012, the IOC announced the winners of the Golden Ring Awards for the best broadcast coverage of the Games. Best Olympic Sports Production was awarded to the sailing, produced by Christopher Lincoln, Gary Milkis, and Ursula Romero. The production for the canoe/kayak slalom and the rowing/canoe sprint came second and third respectively.
Did London really win the 2012 Olympics?
^ Oliver, Mark (6 July 2005). “London wins 2012 Olympics”. The Guardian. Archived from the original on 2 January 2014. The IOC president, Jacques Rogge, announced the result at 1248BST – around an hour after it had been decided in secret. ^ Payne, Michael. “How London really won the games”. London Business School.
Which city will host the 2012 Olympic Games?
The final two contenders were London and Paris. At the end of the fourth round of voting, London won the right to host the 2012 Games with 54 votes to 50. Tragically, the celebrations in London were short-lived, being overshadowed by bombings on London’s transport system less than 24 hours after the announcement.
Who won the 400m gold in the 2012 Olympics?
^ “Grenada’s Kirani James wins Olympic 400m gold”. BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 6 August 2012. Archived from the original on 9 August 2012. Retrieved 9 August 2012. ^ “Chen wins Olympic 20 km (12 mi) walk, history for Guatemala”. Eurosport Asia. 4 August 2012.