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London Olympics 2012


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In case you didn't know, London is currently playing host to the world's biggest sporting event: the Summer Olympics. This year's Olympics will top-off a dramatic sporting summer and has already seen Team GB beat their medal tally in Beijing with 4 days still to go. Even though Team GB failed to add to their medal tally yesterday, a number of British athletes have already guaranteed themselves podium places over the coming days. This summer’s Olympics has seen Team GB deliver the best performance for more than a century, currently sitting in third place in the medal table with a hefty lead over countries in fourth and fifth place.

We're still feeling very patriotic here at TalarMade so don’t forget you have one week left to benefit from our 20% off EVERYTHING offer on the TalarMade website. Simply select your products and enter OLY12 when you reach the checkout to receive your 20% discount. This offer ends midnight 16th August 2012.

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Olympic Injuries

Athletes are naturally prone to injury due to the heavy strain that sports place upon the body. Olympic athletes are particularly vulnerable because of the highly competitive nature of the games, which sees them push their bodies to considerable lengths.

Incurring injuries can seriously impact the quality of an athlete’s future performance and place their Olympic hopes in jeopardy. 2012 has seen Tottenham Winger Gareth Bale miss the opportunity to play for the GB football side after suffering a back injury during training. Phillips Idowu, athlete and prime gold medallist hopeful, has had a set-back which could hamper his Olympic dreams. He felt tightness in the oblique muscle leading to his left hip during a warm up routine and has since withdrawn from meetings in Oslo, Paris and the Olympic trials in Birmingham. World indoor triple jump champion Yamile Aldama suffered a shoulder injury, but is on route to recovery after a promising performance during the Samsung Diamond League women’s triple jump meeting at Crystal Palace.

Visit our injury pages for more information on sporting injuries:


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