A Measure Of Legacy: New Life For London Aquatics Centre

The London Aquatics Centre In Olympics Mode [CAL]

The London Aquatics Centre, after being veiled in scaffolding (as engineers and builders clipped its temporary seating wings) for a while since the Olympic Games last year, will be open for business in its legacy shape next year for the FINA/NVC Diving World Series. And London Mayor Boris Johnson thinks the good times will roll again if only we can all harness the spirit of envy

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The London Aquatics Centre, after being veiled in scaffolding (as engineers and builders clipped its temporary seating wings) for a while since the Olympic Games last year, will be open for business in its legacy shape next year for the FINA/NVC Diving World Series. And London Mayor Boris Johnson thinks the good times will roll again if only we can all harness the spirit of envy

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