London Marks One-Year Anniversary Of The Olympics
A new poll shows two-thirds of UK residents believe the country got its money’s worth from the Olympics, even though the $13 billion cost was three times the original budget.
London is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the games this weekend with a big international track and field meet in the Olympic Stadium, featuring Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.
The BBC’s Alex Capstick looks at the legacy of the London Olympics.
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