Tuesday, February 7, 2012

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London games may crash the entire cyber space

London Olympics organizing committee has warned the England business to get ready to take care of online customer service during the Olympic Games. As we all know large number of people will access the internet at peak times. So everyone will face the hard time in accessing the net. Sometimes it may drops down too.

As a precaution ISPs have planned to introduce the data caps at such difficult times to manage the situation. So Some ISPs Customer base may be provided with the equally same set of service.

This warning shows how much our lives got an impact through this web. However London businesses are advised to consider some alternative ways to have the UN interrupted communication with their customers worldwide.

During the peak time making the employees to sit in the home and work through online may not be a good idea. People from all over the world will be sitting on their computers to watch the all the London Olympic games.

Streaming video websites are the root cause for the entire slow down. Not all the streaming video sites are authorized by the governments. Last year Tom Brady was the only person who was admitted to watch the super bowls through this kind of video streaming. But now the whole planet is going to do this. So just imagine the threat we are about to face.

Some other has started to think like our ISP’s will improve their facilities because of this unexpected traffic. However if we can obtain a better service it will be beneficial.
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Monday, February 6, 2012

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Leander Paes is getting ready to face his sixth participation in London Olympics 2012

Last week, Tennis dazzling star Leander Paes has completed a career Grand Slam. He says “London Olympic Games may serve as his “best” but it doesn’t mean it’s the last opportunity to win the 2nd Olympic medal.

With this London Olympics 2012, Leander Paes going to appear for the sixth time.

He was the very first Indian who has completed a career Grand Slam by succeeding the Australian Open doubles along with Radek Stepanek.

It’s worth noting that he has won a bronze medal in 1996 Olympic games under the single’s category. At that time, he said he wish to obtain a career grand Slam even in the forth coming mixed doubles too...

"Yes, it's very much the aim," he said.

When the question who might be his partner in the London Olympic Games this year he said that he don’t have any idea on who he will be. But he just believes that he will get a right partner to get the medal, he is not looking for the companion who assists to just participate.

Leandar paes added “For me, it's very special to represent the country in Olympics. It's altogether more special when you play in your sixth Olympics. For me to go and play in my sixth Olympics, it's like I'll be few among the athletes whole world ever. It just shows the years of hardwork."
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The final event schedule plan of London Olympic cycling games

In London Olympics 2012 cycling is divided in to 5 sub categories.
Road race
BMX
Time trial
Track
Cross-country mountain bike.
This year Cycling events are gonna get start from July 28, 2012. The scheduled event of the opening ceremony is men's road race. Cycling events are about to end on August 12, 2012 with women's mountain bike cross-country.
The complete schedule for this event is given here
Date
Day
Event
Category
Venue
Ticket prices
July 28, 2012
Saturday
Men's road race
RR
The mall
£20, £40, £60
July 29, 2012
Sunday
Women's road race
RR
The mall
£20, £40, £60
August 1, 2012
Wednesday
Men's & Women's time trial time trial
TT
Hampton Court Palace
Free
August 2, 2012
Thursday
Men's team pursuit qualifying
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 2, 2012
Thursday
Men's team sprint qualifying and finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 2, 2012
Thursday
Women's team sprint qualifying and finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 3, 2012
Friday
Men's team pursuit finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 3, 2012
Friday
Women's keirin qualifying and finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 3, 2012
Friday
Women's team pursuit qualifying
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 4, 2012
Saturday
Men's omnium: flying lap
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £65, £95, £150
August 4, 2012
Saturday
Men's sprint qualifying
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £65, £95, £150
August 4, 2012
Saturday
Men's omnium: 30km points race, elimination race
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 4, 2012
Saturday
Men's sprint, rounds and finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 4, 2012
Saturday
Women's team pursuit finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 5, 2012
Sunday
Men's omnium: 4km individual pursuit
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £65, £95, £150
August 5, 2012
Sunday
Women's spring qualifying
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £65, £95, £150
August 5, 2012
Sunday
Men's omnium: 15km scratch, 1km TT, final
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 5, 2012
Sunday
Men's sprint quarter finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 5, 2012
Sunday
Women's rounds and 1/8 finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 6, 2012
Monday
Men's sprint finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 6, 2012
Monday
Women's omnium: flying lap, 20km points, elimination
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 6, 2012
Monday
Women's sprint quarter finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 7, 2012
Tuesday
Men's keirin round one
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £65, £95, £150
August 7, 2012
Tuesday
Women's omnium: 3km individual pursuit
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £65, £95, £150
August 7, 2012
Tuesday
Women's sprint semi-finals and finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 7, 2012
Tuesday
Women's omnium: 10km scratch, 500m TT, finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 7, 2012
Tuesday
Women's sprint semi-finals and finals
Track
Velodrome (Olympic Park)
£50, £95, £150, £225, £325
August 8, 2012
Wednes day
BMX seeding
BMX
BMX circuit (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £55, £65, £95
August 9, 2012
Wednes day
BMX quarter finals
BMX
BMX circuit (Olympic Park)
£20, £40, £55, £65, £95
August 10, 2012
Thurs day
BMX semi-finals, finals
BMX
BMX circuit (Olympic Park)
£20, £45, £55, £75, £125

August 11, 2012
Friday
Men's cross-country mountain bike
MTB
Hadleigh Farm (Essex)
£20, £45
August 12, 2012
Saturday
Women's cross-country mountain bike
MTB
Hadleigh Farm (Essex)
£20, £45
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London Olympics is going to give a rise to the boxing history of India

Vijender Singh India’s star performer of boxing expects boxing history will be rewritten after this London Olympics. Beijing games have given a good start to his success history where he was awarded with the bronze in 2008.

 He claimed “Boxing became big after Beijing Olympics and it will get bigger after London.” He further added that he don’t want to give any guess regarding the number of medals India going to win through boxing in London Olympics. But the entire team will do their level best. When spoke to the media the former world’s number one boxer quoted “Now the Boxing History has greatly improved with the continuous victory in boxing and money”.

 To be frank now more and more youngsters started to show their interest in boxing. Even school children are taking up the boxing training. It’s actually a good start and it’s getting better every year. Vijender, waiting to qualify in the London Olympics said at present his focus is on the games and it’s not anything beyond.

According to official sources he is about to participate in Asian Olympic Qualifiers (Venue Kazakhstan). Vijender Singh said “Giving marks to sports will help sportspersons take to studies and I hope sports can be a subject in schools in future”. Now the view of sport especially about boxing has been changed among the parents over the years. Vijendar welcomes the schools initiative of making the sport as a subject in schools. In fact many schools have started to allocate marks for sports too…
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