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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Olympic Games Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 101 pictures in our Olympic Games collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


1988 Seoul Olympics: Mens 100m Final Featured Print

1988 Seoul Olympics: Mens 100m Final

Athletics - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Men's 100m Final
Canada's Ben Johnson (#6) raises his hand as he easily wins the race from the chasing pack, including the USA's Carl Lewis (#3) and Great Britain's Linford Christie (#4), in the Olympic Stadium, Seoul Sports Complex, Seoul, South Korea.
Johnson won the race in a new World Record of 9.79s, but three days later was disqualified after testing postive for anabolic steroids. Lewis was then awarded the gold and Christie the silver

© Colorsport

The victorious GB coxed four returning to the dock after the medal ceremony Featured Print

The victorious GB coxed four returning to the dock after the medal ceremony

Rowing - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - Men's Coxed Fours Final
Great Britain's gold medal winning team celebrate after winning the race at Lake Casitas, Los Padres National Forest, California. From left to right Martin Cross, Richard Budgett, Andy Holmes and Steve Redgrave.
For 22 year-old Regrave it was the first of his five Olympic gold medals

© Colorsport

1988 Seoul Olympics: Womens 1500m Featured Print

1988 Seoul Olympics: Womens 1500m

Athletics - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Women's 1500m Final
From left to right in the Olympic Stadium, Seoul Sports Complex, Seoul, South Korea: the USSR's Laimute Baikauskaite (#512), Canada's Lynn Williams (#83), Great Britain's Christina Boxer-Cahill (White vest, #213), the USSR's Tetiana Samolenko (#548), and East Germany's Andrea Hahmann (#267).
Baikauskaite won the silver and Samolenko the bronze, while Boxer-Cahill was 4th, Williams 5th and Hahmann 6th

© Colorsport