I helped construct the Olympic Site, tell the story of the Greatest Show on earth, and am on site for the Legacy build until 2014.

This is my View of what's going on. These Views are mine and not of my employer or the LLDC/ODA/LOCOG

I was one of the Official BT’s Storytellers for London 2012 .

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Not the Picture London 2012 wants to portray..

OBSCENE graffiti was left on a Box Hill road forming part of the route for the Olympics cycling road races, which had only just been resurfaced ahead of the events at the end of July.

The giant drawing was daubed on Zig Zag Road more than a week ago, before the words 'I love Olympics 2012' were added to it last Friday (May 11).

Landowner the National Trust was left with the task of clearing up the graffiti in preparation for the cycle races on July 28 and 29.

That will be the first weekend of the London 2012 Olympic Games, with the eyes of the world on Box Hill as the world's best cyclists complete laps of a route which includes Zig Zag Road, during the men's and women's rides through Surrey and London.

It is also part of a route at Box Hill where spectators will be charged to watch the riders go by.

Taken from an article here.

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