Two weeks on Mars – My Olympics postscript

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Northern Ireland’s Alan Campbell celebrates with his wife Jules after winning a bronze medal in the final of the Mens Single Sculls at Eton Dorney during the 2012 London Olympics.


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Eamonn Mallie

I am a regular contributor to discussion programmes on TV and radio both at home and abroad. An experienced political editor and author specialising in Politics, Security and 20th Century Art.

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  1. Eamonn – I think we all came to love the Games; made sure we got the best seat in our front rooms, and with the remote control safely secured, settled down and settled into a fortnight of shows and performances across that range of sports you describe, including the dancing horses.
    Mo Farah was my favourite – that sprinting on the final laps of both the five and the ten thousand metres will never be forgotten by those who witnessed it.
    Including his heat, he had fifty laps of running, thinking, positioning and tactics to consider before the double was secured.
    Farah and then Bolt followed by Wiggins would be my Gold, Silver and Bronze.