The Olympics Medal Records

Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in Featured, Sport | 0 comments

The Olympics Medal Records

The 2012 London Olympics have kicked off and if you’re finding yourself a little rusty, we’ve got a nifty infographic to fill you in on everything you need to know. From the top medal winning countries to the nations who have gone home with empty pockets, from the most successful Olympians to the countries who’ve had the most medals stripped. Want to know which sport is the most popular crowd pleaser? Which Olympic sports you don’t see around anymore? It’s all here in a colourful layout ready for you to feast your eyes on. Take a look at this jam-packed infographic and turn yourself...

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London Olympic Venues

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012 in Featured, Sport | 0 comments

London Olympic Venues

London Olympic Venues What makes the Olympics in London so different from any Olympics before is its use of the whole city throughout the Games. No spectators in central London will ever be more than 30 minutes away from an Olympic venue, with some of the capital’s most iconic landmarks acting as a backdrop for the greatest show on earth. Most events will take place at the ground-breaking 2.5sq km Olympic Park in Stratford, a mere seven minutes away from the city centre by Olympic Javelin train. Other events will be scattered around in all directions at key venues a short journey from...

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Tour De France Fatalities

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012 in Featured, Sport | 0 comments

Tour De France Fatalities

In the 45th year of Tom Simpson’s tragic death, leading law firm Accident Claims have created an infographic which chronicles the fatalities of the Tour de France and highlights the dangers that cyclists (and spectators) face with each race. Since the first tournament in 1903, the Tour de France has seen four cyclists suffer fatal injuries, as well as several deaths of spectators, demonstrators, children, journalists and officials. This infographic puts the risky nature of the competition into...

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Euro 2012 Football Stats

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012 in Featured, Sport | 0 comments

Euro 2012 Football Stats

This infographic offers a colorful look into the Euro 2012 tournament, with all the information an alien or someone living under a rock would need to know about how things went down and who came out on top. From the biggest upsets to the greatest moments, from the biggest flops and scintillating stats to fun facts about the competing teams, everything is summarized in a clear and whimsical way. Whether you’re a football fundi or a casual kicker, everyone will learn something new in our sum-up of one of the most thrilling competitions in recent football history. This infographic is brought...

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Cycling Accident Claims

Posted by on Jul 15, 2012 in Featured, Sport | 0 comments

Cycling Accident Claims

The cycling industry has made leaps and bounds in the last few years, with bicycle ownership levels doubling over the last decade and on-going campaigns striving to create a safer environment for cyclists. But there is still some way to go before cyclists and motorists can travel together in harmony and our roads are a truly safe place for those on two wheels. As the debate surrounding ‘strict liability’ continues, we’re still no closer to making the accident claims process easier for injured cyclists and rebalancing the system in favour of the vulnerable party. Osborne’s...

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50 Olympic Events You Won’t See At London 2012

Posted by on Jun 13, 2012 in Featured, Sport | 0 comments

50 Olympic Events You Won’t See At London 2012

Who isn’t excited about London 2012?! The Olympics is the global sports day we can’t get enough of and at Find Me A Gift we’re no different, we reckon it’s going to be a cracker! However we do kind of know what we’re going to get when it comes to the events. A bit of running, some swimming and plenty more besides probably involving a ball. This wasn’t always the case though. Looking back through past games uncovers some bizarre and odd former events. Let’s just say that the schedule pre WWII was a little more...

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