The summers are here and signs of the Olympic fever are already starting to show. As London gears up to be the only city to host the Olympic Games thrice, We have revamped our Olympics Section with updates schedule, route plans, and other maps ahead of the London 2012 Olympic Games.The MapsofWorld Olympics section promises to be a handy guide both for tourists who plan to reach London this July and for those who intend to follow the televised Olympic sporting events. The MapsofWorld Olympics section carries comprehensive information about the history and origin of the world’s premier sporting event. Information is available about all the past games including the participating nations, the medals tally, host cities, and countries. For those who plan to visit London this July-August, MapsofWorld has detailed venue maps, ticketing information, and the Olympic Torch Relay Map. Detailed Venue Route Maps detailing out the distance and accessibility from airports and bus stations are also available on the website which could turn out to be quite a boon given the crowds that are anticipated.For those who plan to follow the broadcast of the Olympic Games also have a number of resources to follow. Besides the detailed schedule of events by date and by game, the section has an archive of Olympics History and detailed information about the logo, anthem, and symbols associated with the games.
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Olympics Games have become an event which brings the world together like no other event. More than 200 nations participate in these games every four years. What makes Olympics Games fascinating is the history and tradition behind it. Starting in Greece in 8th century BC, the games have been a connection to the past, which its rich tradition, and celebration of the finest athletes. If you're an Olympics Fan or working on a project, we have a map worth printing. Find below the Map of Olympic Host Cities and let us know how you used it
New Map - Olympic Host Cities
The date is set and the countdown has begun as February 12, 2010 nears the XXI Olympic Winter Games, to be held in Canada for the second time. This time it is the city of Vancouver where all the action will take place, while some events will also be held in Richmond, Whistler and West Vancouver.
With more than 89 countries participating this season, 2010 Winter Games will be attended by more than 5500 athletes & officials and will be viewed by approx. 3 billion visitors worldwide. Germany, United States, Canada, Austria, Russian Federation and Norway are the must follow this season – as they were the top contenders in the medal tally of the 2006 Torino Winter Olympics.
If you are few of the lucky ones who are going to make it to Vancouver for the ice games, then make sure you head for the BC Place on February 12 for the opening ceremony well before 14.00 hours. Don’t forget to carry venues maps, indicating all the competition, non-competition and training venues in all the four cities.
You could also keep handy City maps for locating major roads, hotels, theater and airports as well. Each of these city maps will be of great help to you, as and when you plan visiting them to watch winter Olympic sports events.
When armed with 2010 Olympic Venues Map and 2010 Olympic City Map you are surely going to cherish the 2010 Winter Olympics visit and the exciting and memorable moments for a once in a lifetime experience. With just four more days to go, it’s time to join the 3 popular mascots of the Vancouver 2010 games viz Miga, Quatchi and Sumi as they beckon one and all to visit Vancouver, Canada.