The Olympic Torch Relay will start the final, London leg of its journey in Greenwich next summer. The borough, which by then will be called The Royal Borough of Greenwich, welcomes the torch on 21 July. No doubt there’ll be some big photo opps by the Prime Meridian Line. The torch will then travel around the capital for a week, visiting all 33 boroughs, before completing its journey at the Olympic Stadium on 27 July.
London 2012 has released the entire route map of the Olympic Torch Relay. The Torch will go across the legnth and breath of Britain and take in many of Britain’s most famous tourist sites. 8,000 torchbearers will take the torch on t... Read Post
London 2012 unveiled the Olympic Torch relay path through Britain. They plan to cover 8,000 miles of the British Isles from top to bottom. Here’s a map: London 2012?s Olympic torch relay will start in Land’s End and travel as far as... Read Post