27th July 2011

It is official-London is calling as International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge heads to Trafalgar Square today to invite 205 nations to participate in next summer’s Olympics, the greatest extravaganza in world sport. The IOC President will also unveil the design of the medals as part of a series of events being held in London today to mark one year to go before the start of 2012 Olympic Games. 

Despite the ongoing events in London today to celebrate the forthcoming Olympic Games, comments have been made by Olympic Gold medallist Christine Ohuruogu in relation to young people not really being interested in the games and has called for more to be done to include youngsters in the games. We are pleased to announce at Adaptable Travel that one way youngsters can learn more about the Olympics and become part of the games is by attending 2012 Sporting Legacy. The event has been so popular that we have decided to release a second date in addition to February’s event in June 2012 just to meet demand.

With one year to go before the 2012 Olympics, London is calling and there is no better reason than ever before to organise a school trip to London. If you would like to inspire your students and be part of history why not organise a school trip to London to see the preparations being made for the greatest sporting event in the world or go one step better and be part of 2012 Sporting Legacy event featuring previous and current Olympians Jade Johnson, Roger Black and Derek Redmond. The 2012 Olympics are a cause for celebration so please enquire today to make sure your school is able to attend 2012 Sporting Legacy.

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