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Great Britain Olympic Sailing

bornthiisway:Land’s End, Cornwall, England enchantedengland: On Saturday in Land’s End, Cornwall (the extreme southwesterly point of Britain) gold-medalist sailing hero Ben Ainslie started off the torch relay for the Olympic flame. A dazzling sun rose and shone across the moors and the mood of the crowd was ebullient.

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Sailing into the spotlight Hannah Mills. Great Britain is the most successful nation in Olympic sailing history, with more gold medals won than any other nation. With that in mind, this year’s Team GB sailors have a lot to live up to.

London Olympics: Wednesday's best photos

Australia, New Zealand, and Great Britain in the Men's 49er Olympic sailing event

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World awaits as China prepares to raise the curtain on the Beijing Olympics

British sailors Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes of Great Britain practice at the Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center

Great Britain Olympic stamps - Ben Ainslie - Sailing Finn - Men's Deavyweight Dinghy

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Ben Ainslie of Great Britain prepares to compete in the Finn class medal race held at the Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center during day 9 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 17, 2008 in Qingdao, China.

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Ben Ainslie of Great Britain competes in the men's Finn Sailing on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Weymouth & Portland. August 2, 2012. London, England

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7 Souvenirs to Buy While in London

In the spirit of the London Olympics, let's talk about one of the most important concerns travelers have when they visit England's capital — what kind of noncheesy souvenirs can be brought home as gifts. Whatever you do, avoid bringing home a

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