London 2012 in Surrey
In the summer of 2012 the greatest show on earth came to Surrey with the London 2012 Olympic Games. Excitement spread across the country from the first weekend of the Games as hundreds of thousands of spectators lined Surrey's streets to cheer British Olympians to medal wins in the Olympic Cycling Road Races and Time Trials.
Olympic Road Cycling
Both Surrey events saw medal success for Team GB, with Lizzie Armitstead taking Silver in the women's Road Race and Bradley Wiggins building on his Tour de France success with a Gold in the men's Time Trial. Bradley’s teammate Chris Froome also won Bronze in the Time Trials, which meant that in total, Team GB took a quarter of all available Road Cycling medals.
Relive your Olympic memories
Take a trip down memory lane and relive some of your favourite memories of the games. From cheering on the Olympic Torch Relay as it journeyed through Surrey's streets to Cultural Olympiad projects around the county, here's some information and photo galleries to help you remember some special moments.
- Olympic Cycling Road Race
- Olympic Cycling Time Trials
- Olympic Torch Relay
- Surrey athletes at the London 2012 Games
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Olympic Cycling Road Race passes the wonderful view of Surrey on Box Hill
Bradley Wiggins races to his Gold medal win in the Time Trials
Cycling Road Race
- 28 July 2012 (men's)
- 29 July 2012 (women's)
- 1 August 2012