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People pass by an artwork painted on a wall in East London depicting the Olympic rings which was created by a street art organisation called "The Toasters" April 18. The Toasters are releasing a limited edition screen print of the design to mark the 100 day point before the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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Olympic officials and the media admire a large set of Olympic Rings, created with at least 20,000 flowers and plants in Kew Gardens on April 18, in London, England. The event at Kew gardens was been held to mark 100 days to go until the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games on July 27 and to announce the official motto of the London Olympics as "Inspire a generation."
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Children wave from the top of a giant sandcastle adorned with the Olympic rings and flags built to celebrate 100 days to go to the 2012 London Olympic Games on the beach at Weymouth on April 13. London marked on April 18, 100 days to go until Queen Elizabeth II declares the 2012 London Olympics open, making the British captial the first city in the modern era to host the Games three times.
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Schoolchildren form the number 100 to mark to mark the 100 day point before the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympic Games, on the lawn of Belfast City Hall April 18.
Wednesday marks 100 days until the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics. TODAY's Matt Lauer reports.
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A diverse community in East London will welcome the world to Britain for the 2012 Olympic Games. Meet residents and hear how they feel about having a huge, world stage in their backyard.