LONDON 2012: Olympics Watch – Saturday 4th August

August 3, 2012

Middle Saturday of every Olympic Games is always billed as ‘Super Saturday’, and London 2012 is no exception as there is an unmissable line-up of world class sport happening all across London.

It will be pretty hard for armchair fans to know where to turn next, with so many great sporting events occuring at the same time on a day which could define the London 2012 Games for the host nation.

Among the top priorities has to be the climax of the women’s heptathlon and men’s 10,000m, featuring Great Britain’s biggest athletics medal hopes – Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah.

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LONDON 2012: Olympics Watch – Friday 3rd August

August 2, 2012

Get ready for one of the busiest days of the London 2012 Games with 24 sports in action throughout the day, including the beginning of the athletics competition, regarded as the flagship event of every Olympics.

Exactly a week on since the Olympic Stadium staged one of the most memorable opening ceremonies of recent Games, the serious action inside the 80,000-seater venue, as more than 2,000 athletes compete in 47 events over the next 10 days, making athletics the largest single sport at the Games.

British fans will be closely following the fortunes of Jessica Ennis as she begins her quest for Olympic glory in the heptathlon, which opens up proceedings inside London’s Olympic Stadium.

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LONDON 2012: Olympics Watch – Thurs 26th July

July 24, 2012

The first set of men’s group games in the Olympic Football competition take centre stage on the day before the Opening Ceremony.

Team GB will face against Senegal at Old Trafford, a match which rounds off a busy day of action across the UK.

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LONDON 2012: Olympics Watch – Weds 25th July

July 24, 2012

London’s Olympic extravaganza begins two days before the opening ceremony with the Women’s Football competition.

The first action of the Games will be the Group E encounter between Great Britain team and New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

Hope Powell’s Team GB side will be confident of producing a strong advert for the women’s game in what will be their first ever match at an Olympic Games.

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