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    McDonald's Olympic Sponsorship History 2012 #Infographic #McDonald's #mcdonalds #Olympics


    McDonald's Olympic Sponsorship History #Infographic (client)

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    McDonald's #Olympic Sponsorship History #Infographic #mcdonalds #mcdonald's #sponsorship

  • Tobias Taylor

    MCDONALD'S: using a clever infographic to dispel rumours that they have no right to be a lead sponsor of the Olympic games. This is another prime example of unhealthy brands sponsoring athletic events - in this case the zenith of performance sports! Is this sponsorship a problem or have McDonald's proven they deserve this?

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Charlotte Cooper of Ealing, the first woman Olympic champion at the 1900 Paris Olympics, the first Olympics women were allowed to play in. She had already won 3 Wimbledon titles (and would go on to win 2 more) and beat Hélène Prévost in straight sets to achieve the gold. During the 1900 games Cooper also won gold in mixed doubles. Like many women, Cooper played in a long dress with long sleeves. She died at the age of 96 in 1966.