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How to Experience the Excitement of the London Olympics After the Games Hav

By Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012

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So, the flame has been extinguished and London 2012 is over. Two fabulous competitions: the Olympics and the Paralympics were enjoyed by millions. The athletes amazed the world and London was given a burst of new energy. But just because it’s over doesn’t mean you won’t still enjoy a lasting Olympic legacy in London. That was one of the main aims of the organizers – to leave the city with more than just memories.

Olympic Park will now be renamed Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and will become a huge new public park and sporting focus in east London. The first stage, North Park running along a river valley, will reopen in a year on July 27, 2013.

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Photo courtesy of The Department for Culture, Media and Sport via Flickr.

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