The London 2012 Olympic Games have begun, so why not follow the highs and lows of the competition with Orange Sport?
Simply visit the website on your computer, laptop or smartphone and keep up-to-date with the biggest sporting event of the year.
Read the latest football news, find out what’s going on at the Olympic park and follow the journey of your favourite athletes – with just a few clicks of a button.
Team GB has a 48-medal target to meet, so it’s definitely worth staying in the know. Will Jessica Ennis win gold in the heptathlon? Can Rebecca Adlington succeed in swimming? And what are gymnast Beth Tweddle’s chances of striking gold? Head to the Orange Portal this summer and find the answers to all these questions.
The site is broken up into numerous sections for your convenience, so use the tabs across the top to navigate. Click through to the pictures page for excellent snaps of the Games, head to the medal table to track our progress, or visit the results part of the site for a complete summary of what’s been going on.
Want to know where each event will take place? Then click through to the venues page or check the schedule to see who will be competing – when. We’ve even got an events guide that features schedules, Brit profiles, GB medal chances and fascinating facts, so find out all you need to know about the Games. Britain has got more gold medal contenders than you might think, so delve deep into their sporting past.
As if that’s not enough, you can also listen to live Olympic commentary over the course of the summer. There will be detailed updates every day, so bookmark the Orange website and catch all the latest updates. Find out if Sarah Stevenson can win the taekwondo and listen out for Beth Tweddle, one of the best athletes of all times.
If you’re not into the Olympics or want to follow another sport, you’re in luck. Orange covers everything from football to rugby and has all the best information about snooker, F1, tennis, golf, cricket and much, much more. There’s something for every sporting fan, so come along and join in the fun.
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