what does the future hold made the Olympics have gone?

August 14, 2012 at 9:55 pm | Posted in Blogging, fitness, Lifestyle | 1 Comment

The closing  Olympic ceremonially was amazing, spectacular and many other words that spring to mind.  It sure Britain at its best, there was one thing that Britain can do and that’s put on a world class performance which, I don’t think it will be able to be bettered.  The lineup in the closing ceremony was breathtaking than the Spice Girls to ‘The Who’ closing ceremony and not forgetting take that.  Let’s say the closing ceremony was a spine tingling experience which demonstrate to the world that Britain has got one of the finest music industries in the world.

But we should also say big, big round of applause to team GB for making this one of the best Olympics that Britain has ever had in the past 100 years, coming third in the medals table.  There has been a fantastic home crowd which has made the athletes feel at home and enable them to win all the gold, silver, bronze medals which they have brought home.

The hope is that the success of the athlete will encourage younger generations to more active and become future Olympians in time to come, it should be said these athletes have become the role models for young and old because it proves with hard work and dedication things are not unachievable but they are achievable.

Now the world looks to the next Host of the Olympics to perform as well as London 2012.  We should say that Lord Coe has done a fantastic job of bringing the Olympic. Bring them in under budget and also for redeveloping the area in which,the Olympic Stadium now stands.  Now they just need to find a suitable football club or athletics club or something to move into his new home and use it to its maximum potential and keep the London 2012 feeling alive for years to come.


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