Raindrops keep falling on 2012 Olympics webcam
A NEW webcam overlooking the site of the London 2012 Velodrome has gone online. But last night’s rain in London left a dampener on the webcam when much of the vision was spoiled by large droplets
A NEW webcam overlooking the site of the London 2012 Velodrome has gone online.
But last night’s rain in London left a dampener on the webcam when much of the vision was spoiled by large droplets.
The camera was set in motion by the Olympics authority after a wave of public demand for progress reports on East London’s mammoth construction project at Stratford.
It shows updated images of the Velodrome throughout the day on the London 2012 website.
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The Velodrome site was visited this week by British champion cyclist Paul Manning, Gold medallist in the Team Pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Games.
“The new webcam will be a great way to see the Velodrome take shape,” he said.
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“Winning Gold and being part of a successful team in Beijing was amazing, so it was great to visit the London Velodrome site where I hope Team GB will continue to hit Gold in 2012.”
A video blog of Paul Manning’s visit to the Velodrome site can be viewed online.