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Olympics 2012: Through the Lens
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From Danny Boyle’s magical Opening Ceremony through the performances from the world’s finest athletes to the final firework display, the 2012 Olympics held the world enthralled. But, of course, what we didn’t see was what was going on behind the scenes at the biggest sporting event Britain has held for decades.
In this documentary (sandwiched between a film reflecting on the best moments from the London Games and highlights of this year’s Sport Relief), members of the BBC Sport team — including Steve Cram and Hazel Irvine — share their memories of their time behind the cameras.
An alternative look at the London Games, as members of the BBC Sport presenting and reporting teams share their favourite memories of the extraordinary event. Steve Cram and Hazel Irvine are among those to reveal what is was like to cover the biggest sporting occasion of the year.
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