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Close-up of the 2012 London Summer Olympics torch.
Do you ever wonder what happens to the Olympic torches after the games end? With 9 days left to go for the 2012 London Summer Games, torches used to carry the flame to the Olympic stadium are already showing up online for sale. The prices seem a bit inflated, compared to torches from previous Olympics, some have bids of over $4,500. Not too shabby considering they have a manufacturers retail value of 500 pounds, or about $770 American dollars.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, of London, designed the torches used at the 2012 Summer Olympiad. Their design won the London Design Museum’s Design of the Year Award. There are 8,000 perforations on the outer skin of the torch, representing the 8,000 volunteers that carried the torch during the Olympic torch relay. The circles cut out of the outer layer of the torch help dissipate heat and make for a lighter weight design.
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Interesting London Olympic Torch Facts
The Olympic torch journey to London begins in Greece
- Weight = 800 grams
- Height = 800 mm
- Material = aluminum
- Number made = 8,000 – one for each of the 8,000 torch bearers
The Power of Three at the 2012 Summer Games
- The shape of the London Olympic torch is triangular, which represents the power of 3 at the Olympic Games.
- Olympic values – respect, excellence, friendship
- Olympic motto – faster, higher, stronger
- 3rd time London hosted the Olympics – 1908, 1948, 2012
- Vision of the London Summer Games – sport, education, culture
The Olympic cauldron, holding the Olympic flame, will be extinguished on August 12th at the Closing Ceremonies of the 30th Summer Olympics. Before it’s put out, the flame will be handed over to a representative of the 2016 Olympics being held in Rio de Janeiro.