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Let the Games Begin

The athletes, the venues, the medals, the odds, the styles and everything else you need to know about the London 2012 Olympic Games

Author KEVIN ALEXANDER

THE LAY OF THE LAND
A handy guide to what will be happening where and when, in London’s Olympic Park (and beyond)

1. Opening ceremony: 7/27
2. Archery: 7/27–8/3
3. Badminton: 7/28–8/5
4. Basketball: 7/28–8/12
5. Beach volleyball: 7/28–8/3, 8/5-8/9
6. Boxing: 7/28–8/12
7. Canoe/kayak: 7/29–8/2, 8/6–8/11
8. Cycling: 7/28-7/29, 8/1–8/12
9. Diving: 7/29–8/1, 8/3–8/11
10. Equestrian: 7/28-7/31, 8/2–8/9
11. Fencing: 7/28–8/5
12. Field hockey: 7/29–8/11
13. Gymnastics: 7/28–8/2, 8/5–8/7
14. Handball: 7/28–8/12
15. Judo: 7/28–8/3
16. Modern pentathlon: 8/11-8/12
17. Rhythmic gymnastics: 8/9–8/12
18. Rowing: 7/28–8/4 (outside London)
19. Sailing: 7/29–8/11
20. Shooting: 7/28–8/6
21. Soccer: 7/25-7/26, 7/28-7/29, 7/31-8/1, 8/3-8/4, 8/6-8/7, 8/9–8/11 (multiple venues)
22. Swimming: 7/28–8/4, 8/9-8/10
23. Synchronized swimming: 8/5–8/7, 8/9-8/10
24. Table tennis: 7/28–8/8
25. Taekwondo: 8/8–8/11
26. Tennis: 7/28–8/5
27. Track and field: 8/3–8/12
28. Trampoline: 8/3-8/4
29. Triathlon: 8/4, 8/7
30. Volleyball: 7/28–8/12
31. Water polo: 7/29–8/10, 8/12
32. Weightlifting: 7/28–8/1, 8/3–8/7
33. Wrestling: 8/5–8/12
34. Closing ceremony: 8/12

 

 

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