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London Velodrome, 2012



On the heels of the London start to the Tour de France, London Olympic organizers unveiled some artists conceptions of the 6,000 seat velodrome design to be built by Hopkins Architects.

See also: Financial Times: Games’ Velodrome sets architectural pace


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