London Olympic Games 2012: Google doodles fencing

Abhishek Law Kolkata | Updated on November 16, 2017


Google on Monday came out with its fourth consecutive doodle for the London Olympics 2012. The doodle, this time, features fencing.

The doodle has two sportsmen taking on one another in a match where one person is on the attack and the other contestant trying to defend himself.

The "L" in Google is the sword with which the person is defending himself while one of the "O" in the logo (GOOGLE) is the head of one of the sportsmen featured in the doodle.

Fencing has been one of the Olympics sports since the first Games. A click on the doodle takes the viewer to a page displaying results and news searches relating the Olympics fencing matches.

Google's previous Olympics doodle this year featured one to mark the opening ceremony, one related to archery and another on diving. The search engine major is expected to have one doodle every day featuring the London Olympic Games.


Published on July 30, 2012

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