Day 14: Olympic torch visit Knowsley Safari Park and cross the Mersey from Liverpool to travel from Bolton
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(Press Box) June 1, 2012
On Friday, June 1, to be submitted 2012 Olympic Torch Relay, Coca-Cola and Samsung, Lloyds TSB Liverpool travel to Bolton. The Olympic flame will travel 93.82 miles through 17 communities.
The 14 Day the relay to travel 93.82 miles
157 torchbearers of inspiration, the flame
Evening celebration to be held in the Pierhead
Pictures of the day are available from here all day
download 157 torchbearers carrying the flame, before the evening ceremony in Liverpool, where a cauldron lit at the climax of the ceremony comes days. After the holidays are over, the flame of a lamp will be transferred and remain in Liverpool overnight.
day 14, the flame will be carried out by the following municipalities:
Bolton, Horwich, Chorley, Euxton, Croston, Burscough, Ormskirk, Southport, Ainsdale, Formby, Crosby, St Helens, Huyton, Knotty Ash, Old Swan, Liverpool and Birkenhead.
the first bearer of the day, Antony Evitts, be 16 years old, of Bolton, who was nominated by Bolton Council for their outstanding achievements in swimming, from the steps of City Hall. Antonio has the talent represented England program from a young age, and has made successes both regionally and nationally. For over 11 years, which has the top six in the UK were classified in four events. His biggest success to date is two events in the British Championship in 2010, where he was against the best swimmers competed in the UK qualification. Antonio is committed to his training at the Slade School of Canon, and effectively manage both their academic and athletic career. In addition to his studies, he trained in a swimming program nationally recognized, including nine swimming pools and a fitness center two training sessions per week. Bolton won the Anthony and Sport (BOSPAA) for sport-Newcomer of the Year in 2010. His long term goal is to represent Great Britain at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.
During the day, the flame will visit a number of tourist attractions. Highlights include:
elsewhere, Crosby. The flame is in a different place from Jessica Wade, 15, of Liverpool, where he was the general public in the nomination campaign LOCOG for their time and commitment to animals in need nominated to perform. The flame then carried out along three different elsewhere by torchbearers. Receiving calls from Jessica Paul McEvoy, 25, Liverpool, who was chosen by Coca Cola for the time and dedication that gives young people. Paul then give him the calls Richard Webster, 45, from The Wirral, by Lloyds TSB for their efforts, money was chosen charities. Richard then deliver the call to Francis Meadows, 53, Liverpool, has been chosen by Lloyds TSB for 25 years working for Crosby Stuart Youth Soccer.
Aintree Racecourse. Kimberley Cooper, 22, of Liverpool, which was nominated by the LOCOG campaign carried the flame through the stands and onto the race track. Kim was the legend vinspired National Award Winner 2011. The award recognizes an individual who has successfully led a team of volunteers to make a difference. Kim was offered at the University of Leeds as a project coordinator with green streets, a project that re-usable products in their bedrooms students end up in a landfill stops left. Over two years, she led her team to divert over 50 tons of reusable material, and has created more than 3,000 volunteer hours for your computer. She grew up in a scheme green streets throughout the city brings in several associations, including Leeds City Council, local groups and other universities.
Knowsley Safari Park, Prescot. The flame will be carried out in the Knowsley Safari Park by Jane Campbell, 36, of Liverpool, who was chosen by Lloyds TSB for their work on the establishment and operation of a senior citizens lunch in one of the poorest areas the country. This also includes a visit to the elephant and the platform of the giraffe house.
Birkenhead. The flame is at the base of Rebecca Blacklock, will be held 19 of the Wirral, who was chosen by Lloyds TSB for their dedication and commitment to volunteer work in the area. Then return the call on Craig Lundberg, 26, of Liverpool, which will be called the ferry crossing over the River Mersey. Craig was blinded while serving in Iraq in 2007, when a bazooka exploded in his face. Since his injury, Craig, among other things, played for the football team of England blind, climb Kilimanjaro for charity aid of Heroes, who works in the speeches inspired the community to give children and is a support to other wounded soldiers, which is also in the hope of participating in the Paralympics in blind football team GB. Craig, despite his injuries, has a fighting spirit and leaves nothing in the way of gifts, it has had on his crotch, was transformed into a positive and a model for others in similar situations.
during the day are:
Chris Boardman, 43, from West Kirby, carrying the flame in Birkenhead. Chris Boardman MBE burst onto the international cycling scene, and captured the imagination of the British public by winning the individual pursuit at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. Chris spent two world titles in the line of three stages of the Tour de France victory and several world records, including the grueling hour record just before his retirement from cycling in 2000. Chris has always been with the latest technology and knowledge and experience is invaluable, because Cyclings British research and development team led been linked before the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, where he became the most successful British team sports of all time. Outside of cycling, Chris ran the London Marathon 2009 for the National Autistic Society, and brought the board of 5 km from Santa on behalf of the community of Hoylake Cottage Hospital in West Kirby. Chris is truly an inspirational figure in the history of British sport.
Mel C, 38, London, is leading the call in Birkenhead. She was part of one of the most successful girl bands of all time, the Spice Girls, and has since been a name for himself as a solo artist to reach more than 3 million records sold, two number one albums , six Top 10 singles and has built over 200 combined weeks on the UK charts. Melanie has a lot of time to various charitable organizations, including Sport Relief, where she helped to inform the needy in the UK and has given the world. Melanie is an avid gymnast and dancer and is committed to a difference in the lives of people.
Cameron Klein, 14, Preston, is the application of the flame in Southport. He has inspired so many young and old for his courageous fight against a blood disorder threatening. It has over 900 visits to hospitals and hard and painful treatments, including four cycles of chemotherapy and many others have done in a closed-insulin-dependent diabetes. Nevertheless, from the age of four years is an inspiration to raise funds to raise money to help other children and make their stay in hospital. So far it has raised an incredible? 115 000 by organizing raffles simple things sandcastle building mass and even sat for hours in a bath of beans. When he learned of his beloved children’s hospital was closed, and an appeal was brought to the starting line? 20 million in just three years ago, decided he had to participate, three years later, after many adventures and hard work, Cameron gave a speech at a gala dinner, thanked everyone involved for their efforts and the number total had reached. Despite all their efforts, Cameron has made the first young ambassadors for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, and has since won many Champion for Children in the Pride of Britain.
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