Olympic Venues 2012

I have few of the venues which are my favorite and which I would love to go to some day in my life. But before that I would like to let you know the Olympic Venues for London 2012 Games and you are free to choose your favorites and I will later let you know my favorite games venue:-
Olympic Stadium
This is an 80,000-capacity venue is the setting for both the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the athletics programme. The stadium is surrounded on three sides by water and spectators can use five bridges to reach the venue, which is situated in the south of the Olympic Park. There is an 80-metre warm-up track within the stadium, along with 700 rooms – including eight changing rooms and four prayer rooms. It is the most sustainable stadium ever built as light steel and low-carbon concrete were used in its construction.

Aquatics Centre
As well as hosting the swimming, diving, synchronised swimming and Modern Pentathlon competitions, the Aquatics Centre acts as the main gateway to the Olympic Park during the London 2012 Games, with the majority of spectators entering the park across a bridge that runs over the top of the venue. There are two 50-metre swimming pools at the Aquatics Centre – one for competition and one for warm-up – and a 25-metre diving pool, along with its own dry warm-up area. With its wave-like roof design, the venue has a distinctive look and after the Games the facility will be transformed into a community centre – with both pools having moveable floors to allow for greater flexibility for use by swimmers of all abilities. Built with the environment in mind, the pool water will be reused to flush the toilets at the venue.

City of Coventry Stadium

Better known as the Ricoh Arena, the venue will play host to 12 matches in the football tournament during the Olympics. With its central location in England providing convenience for spectators and athletes alike, the stadium has been chosen to host matches during the men’s and women’s competitions, including the women’s bronze-medal clash. It was built in 2005 and is the home of Coventry City FC, while it has also hosted music concerts.