In which years did London host the Olympics?

London has hosted the Olympics three times; First in 1908, then 1948 and most recently for the 2012 Olympics.
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Why was London chosen to host the 2012 Olympic game s?

Cities have to bid to host the Olympic Games. At the deadline for bids for the 2012 games, 9 cities had submitted their bids. These were: Havana, Istanbul, Leipzig, London, Ma (MORE)
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Tokyo 2020: The History of Japan as Host for the Olympic Games

With the 2020 Olympics awarded to Tokyo to showcase Japan to the world, let's look back at the history of Japan as host for the Olympic games. The 1964 Tokyo Olympics, were th (MORE)
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The Composition of Olympic Medals

The Olympics have become a very important worldwide event. It gives people from all over the world a chance to compete with each other and test their skills. Olympic medals ha (MORE)

Climate Change and the Winter Olympics

Climate change appears to be affecting the Winter Olympics. Warmer than usual winter temperatures, inadequate snowfall and rapid snow melt are affecting the amount of snow ava (MORE)

About the Olympic Biathlon

As a competition based on both speed and accuracy, the Olympic biathlon can be seen as a winter survival test. This endurance-based event takes racers on loops around a set co (MORE)

Greening the Olympics

The Olympic Games have a significant environmental impact. New construction of facilities and transportation hubs plus operation of the Games themselves can consume vast quant (MORE)

In which two years did London host the Olympic games?

London is the only city in the United Kingdom to have ever  hosted the Olympics    -1908 Olympics Games   -1944 Olympics Games(Cancelled due to WWII)   -1948 Olymp (MORE)

What years did the US host the winter Olympics?

The Winter Olympics have been held in the US four times: Lake Placid, New York (1932 & 1980); Squaw Valley, California (1960); Salt Lake City, Utah (2002).
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