The 2012 London Olympics has finally concluded after 16 days of glorious events. London came up with a real treat to Olympics lovers this time. At the same time, Google also showed the company’s support and attention to the big event with their special doodles.

Google presented 17 doodles in total symbolizing various Olympic events. And the list includes two dedicated doodles for the opening and closing ceremonies and few interactive doodles to play with.

2012 London Olympics Google Doodles

If you didn’t notice them, or if you missed any of them, we have brought them together for you to have a peek and of course try out some interactive doodles as well.

July 27 – Opening ceremony doodle

2012 London Olympics Opening ceremony doodle

July 28 – Archery Doodle

2012 London Olympics Archery doodle

July 29 – Diving Doodle

2012 London Olympics Diving doodle

July 30 – Fencing Doodle

2012 London Olympics Fencing doodle

July 31 – Rings Doodle

2012 London Olympics Rings doodle

August 1 – Field Hockey Doodle

2012 London Olympics Field Hockey doodle

August 2 – Table Tennis Doodle

2012 London Olympics Table Tennis doodle

August 3 – Shot Put Doodle

2012 London Olympics Shot Put doodle

August 4 – Pole Vault Doodle

2012 London Olympics Pole Vault doodle

August 5 – Synchronized Swimming Doodle

2012 London Olympics Synchronized Swimming doodle

August 6 – Javelin Doodle

2012 London Olympics Javelin doodle

August 7 – Hurdles Doodle (Try the game here)

2012 London Olympics Hurdles doodle

August 8 – Basketball Doodle (Try the game here)

2012 London Olympics Basketball doodle

August 9 – Slalom Canoe Doodle (Try the game here)

2012 London Olympics Slalom Canoe doodle

August 10 – Soccer Doodle (Try the game here)

2012 London Olympics Soccer doodle

August 11 – Rhythmic Gymnastics

2012 London Olympics Rhythmic Gymnastics doodle

August 12 – Closing ceremony doodle

2012 London Olympics Closing Ceremony doodle

Thus,  the list of the 17 doodles Google introduced during 2012 London Olympics is complete. Now as a supplement, we found another interesting Olympics related doodle from Google :

Brazil Wins 2016 Olympics doodle (Oct 2, 2009)

Upcoming 2016 Olympics doodle

I guess I don’t have to explain what this doodle means, do I? Yes, this was when Brazil won the lot to conduct the next Olympics at Rio De Janeiro.

Hope you liked the doodle collection! Stay tuned for more interesting shares!!