Fans Let Down By London 2012 Auction

When Lord Coe invited everyone to “own a piece of Olympic history” by buying London 2012 leftovers and memorabilia, ranging from the farm workers’ outfits worn in the Opening Ceremony to the batons carried in track relay finals and signed kit worn by Bradley Wiggins and other medal winners, his intent was genuine: spread feel-good…

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When Lord Coe invited everyone to “own a piece of Olympic history” by buying London 2012 leftovers and memorabilia, ranging from the farm workers’ outfits worn in the Opening Ceremony to the batons carried in track relay finals and signed kit worn by Bradley Wiggins and other medal winners, his intent was genuine: spread feel-good… […]

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