Google celebrates 2012 London Olympics with its innovative doodles

Saturday, July 28, 2012
A doodle on the Google homepage celebrates the opening
ceremony of London Olympics 2012 
London: As all the eyeballs are on the dazzling extravaganza of the London Olympics 2012.  Google on Friday celebrates the official start of the London 2012 Olympics celebrates the official start of the London 2012 Olympics with a doodle on its homepage featuring 5 athletes playing different Olympic sports.

The doodle is a cheery and colorful cartoon that features five athletes on the track holding the letters of Google which also symbolises the logo of Olympics.  

Titled “Isles of Wonder,” the Opening Ceremony show will feature thousands of performers who will showcase the best of London and the U.K.

Continuing with its tradition of Google putted a new doodle on its home page few minutes ago, Google has started off with a London 2012 archery doodle. The London 2012 archery doodle is the second Google doodle this Olympics

Few hours after launching Olympic doodle Google puts
London 2012 archery doodle

The world's biggest sporting event will kick off officially in London on July 27 at 9:00pm GMT with the ringing of the largest harmonically tuned bell in Europe, after which the Queen of England will be greeted by Jacques Rogge, the President of the International Olympic Committee.

Next a parade of athletes will enter the stadium, headed by the Greek team, and followed  by teams from other nations arranged alphabetically as well as Great Britain’s team, which will enter last.
The British Queen will officially pronounce the Games open. The Olympic Flag will be carried into the Stadium and participants will swear an oath to compete and judge fairly.
Finally, the Olympic flame will enter the Stadium where athletes will pass it to a torchbearer who will light the cauldron, which will burn continuously until the Games are over.
As for the Olympic torch, it sailed on the royal rowbarge Glorina along the River Thames earlier today, and later arrived at City Hall, where it will remain until it heads in a few hours for the Opening Ceremony.
The excitement leading up to the Opening Ceremony is high.
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