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Great Britain Olympic Archery

from Mail Online

London 1908: Our FIRST Olympics (and guess what, they even made a small profit)

Even these Victorian ladies know to wear armguards. Because otherwise, they'd get the hell smacked out of their arms. That bruise lasts awhile.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Royal Mail first class postage stamps launched for London 2012 Olympic Games

Paralympic archery illustrated by George Hardie Royal Mail first class postage stamps launched for London 2012 Olympic Games

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I got to see the Olympic 2012 Torch go by in South Ealing, London this summer. And before that I got to hold a replica that someone in Gloustershire had run with. They evidently got to keep a replica. Neat!

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Here comes the London Olympics, 2012! 63000 people involved in staging this Olympics! Interesting facts and amazing figures about this Olympic Games.

Here comes the London Olympics, 2012! 63000 people involved in staging this Olympics! Interesting facts and amazing figures about this Olympic Games.

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from the Guardian

The 1908 London Olympic Games – in pictures

Women competitors in the national round archery event, which was won by Sybil 'Queenie' Newall of Great Britain.

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Six-time Olympian Allison Williamson from Great Britain

Olympic ring halos. Pyrotechnics light up the Olympic rings, creating halos of light over the opening ceremony.

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from BBC Sport

Get Inspired's comprehensive A-Z guide to more than 70 activities

From archery to water polo, we have information on more than 70 activities you can be involved in.

#RIO2016 Naomi Folkard of Great Britain competes during the Women's Ranking Round on Day 0 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Sambodromo Olympic Archery venue on August 5, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.