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What do you think the London 2012 Olympics means to athletes or sports professionals? Is it inspiring for them to always make a comeback to the sports arena? Like other academic careers that people decide for their lives, athletes or sports professionals are happy to engage in something they truly love.

The city of London prepared so many attractions to offer people and the sporting events will be just one of them. Among those well known sports that are hosted by London annually, is tennis, and this will be held at the Wimbledon village. These past years there are well… Continue reading

Brunel Hotel Bayswater London 79-81 Gloucester Terrace Bayswater London, England, United Kingdom Description:This townhouse hotel is centrally located in the Bayswater and Paddington areas, and very near many Underground stations and bus stops. Guests enjoy a trip to Hyde Park for rowing or horseback riding, or a visit to Queensway and Lancaster Gate. Very brightly colored and spacious floor plans lend a modern, comfortable stay at the Brunel. Nearby attractions include the Portobello Road Market, West End theatres, Oxford Street shops, House of Parliament, and Madame Tussaud’s Planetarium.

Holiday Villa Hotel London 37 Leinster Gardens London, England, United Kingdom Description:The… Continue reading

There’s so much to be done and seen in London, that only an extended stay does justice to the place. Family vacationers, savvy young couples, budget travelers, students, frequent business fliers and elderly people, there’s no single kind and type of tourist that is not entertained and satisfied by the vast and varied offerings of the city. Ancient architecture adorning the city just like its contemporary counterpart does, cultural activities keep the place in a constant state of buzz, natural beauty inspiring awe every moment of every second, and warm and friendly locals making your vacation an even happier one,… Continue reading

Vijender Singh Beniwal is the famous Indian Boxer. He is the first Indian Boxer to win Medal in London Olympics 2012. Vijender is middleweight 75kg boxer. Vijender won the Bronze Medals in Asian Games 2006, Beijing Summer Olympics 2008, World Amateur Boxing championships games and also in Common wealth 2010. He bagged silver and Gold Medals in Commonwealth 2006 and also in Asian Games 2010. He is an appetite of taking Medals in all Championship games.

In the year 2009,Vijender Beniwal was ranked worlds No:1 in AIBA in middle weight category. He was awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award… Continue reading

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