In less than 12 months, LOCOG has delivered 42 test events in 28 venues, allowing hundreds of thousands of spectators to enjoy world-class sport in Olympic and Paralympic venues.
Over 8,000 athletes have competed across 183 days of competition, spanning all Olympic sports and disciplines and six Paralympic sports.
LOCOG Chair Seb Coe said: 'We set out to run events which would test the venues, the sporting field of play and our workforce, whilst at the same time allowing members of the public to enjoy world class sport in an Olympic setting.
'We have done just this and all these events, without exception, have gone well. Of course there will be some lessons learned from each event, but we have not had to make any major changes to any of our venues or our plans. We are in great shape and on course to stage the world’s greatest sporting event.'
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Championship and world records broken
The most recent London Prepares series events saw a British victory for the women’s hockey team at the Riverbank Arena, whilst Hungary took victory in the Visa Water Polo International. Elsewhere, the Olympic Stadium hosted the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Visa Outdoor Athletics Championships where Charlie Purdue, a student at St Mary's, set a new BUCS championship record of 15:15.12 in the 5000m.
Despite some challenging weather, the Eton Manor Wheelchair Tennis International was also a success, with Robin Ammerlaan and Esther Vergeer of the Netherlands clinching the men’s and women's Singles titles respectively.
The London Boccia Invitational 2012 saw Great Britain win three gold medals with Greece winning gold in the BC3 Mixed Individual event and Republic of Korea taking gold in the BC1-2 Mixed Team event.
British athletes Richard Whitehead, Hannah Cockroft and Paul Blake made history at the Visa London Disability Athletics Challenge, supported by UK Sport, clocking new world records in the T42 200m, T34 100m and T36 1500m respectively.
At The Royal Artillery Barracks, Paralympic archers Dani Brown and John Stubbs claimed silver in the women’s and men’s Compound in the London Para Archery International Tournament, while Britain's John Cavanagh took bronze in the Compound W1 event.
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