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Marking 100 days to the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics. This amazing sand sculpture was created at Weymouth, Dorset. Weymouth will be hosting all the sailing events for the olympics.
London 2012 Olympics: 100 days to go to the Games - Children play behind a giant sandcastle which has been built on Weymouth beach to mark 100 days to the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Weymouth and Portland are hosts of the 2012 sailing events. Picture: Geoff Moore/Dorset Media Service/PA
Joy: Children wave Union Flags on top of the giant sandcastle, which had been built on Weymouth beach in Dorset to mark 100 days until the London Olympics at a cost of £5,000
Weymouth and Portland – location for the London 2012 Sailing competitions – have marked 100 days to go to the Olympic Games by building a giant sandcastle featuring the Olympic Rings on Weymouth beach.
Children play behind a giant sandcastle which has been built on Weymouth beach to mark 100 days to the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Weymouth and Portland are hosts of the 2012 sailing events.
In Weymouth a giant sand castle marks 100 days to the 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony in London.
Sand sculpture built on Weymouth beach by our world famous sand sculptor Mark Anderson, to commemorate 100 days until the start of the Olympic games here in Weymouth(Wednesday 18th April 2012)
London Olympics 2012. So syched, Olympics in my favourite city.
100 days until the Summer Olympics in London (photos).