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London displays ready to show Olympic Games

07-16-2012 10:02 BJT Special Report:2012 London Olympic Games |

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Fans will be able to watch their favorite Olympic sports on television at open-air locations across London. The big screen displays were switched-on for the first time during the weekend. They will air live coverage of the competition.

Thousands of people watched the screen at London’s Trafalgar Square come to life with scenes of Beijing landmarks, looking back on the 2008 Olympics. The host city from four years ago offered its blessings to the London games with a video and a song.

Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park will host big screen events and host Olympic-related activities, giving the whole city and its visitors a festive Olympic experience to remember.

In Hyde Park, fans will be able to enjoy a music festival and other celebrations activities during the coming days.

Plus, some Olympic events, like the marathon and sailing, will be held on the British streets and shorelines.

The London Olympics organizing committee hopes people will catch a glimpse of Olympic history in the making, even if they don’t have a ticket.



Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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