Recent London 2012 News
Check out some of the best photos from our first week of competition here in London. There have been some awesome images from around the city and inside the Oakley Safehouse at the Design Museum in London. Be sure to view some of the best of the best…
The morning dawned on day two in London with more uncharacteristic sunshine and the promise of a spectacular women’s road race on the horizon. That promise was upheld by the 66 riders representing 35 different countries across all 140-kilometers of the grueling race, the weather however, was a different story. Adding to intensity of this fiercely competitive field, the weather took a turn for worst leaving riders to contend with hearty wind gusts and pelting rain while navigating the already perilous course.
It almost looked too easy for Jin Jong-Oh. South Korean Air Pistol shooter who charged into the 10m Finals with a four-point lead and sealed the deal with a 688.2 score at the Royal Artillery Barracks in London. Just 6.9 points shy of the World Record, Jong was challenged only by Italy’s Luca Tesconi and Serbia’s Andrija Zlatic, who claimed the second and third spots, respectively.