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This review is from: 29 Gold Medals - Team GB's London 2012 Olympic Games Story (Kindle Edition)
Five stars does not do this e-book the praise it deserves. White has masterfully covered every single one of Team GB's 29 gold medal winners at London 2012 in this magnificent download. Relive many of the wonderful moments from London - "It's number one for me. The biggest win of my life" was Andy Murray's emotional verdict after winning the Olympic Tennis Men's Singles Final at the All England Club, Wimbledon with a truly emphatic victory over arguably the greatest tennis player of all-time, Roger Federer from Switzerland. The 25-year old Scot from Dunblane beat Federer, the winner of the Wimbledon men's crown 7 times and the holder of the most number of Majors, with 14, in straight sets 6-2, 6-1 6-4 on a raucous Centre Court. Murray became the first British player to win the Olympic singles gold medal since Josiah Ritchie in 1908, the first of three occasions when London hosted an Olympiad (1908, 1948 & 2012). This is a must own e-book.