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Your alternative Olympic logos

James Wren sent in this

BBC News website readers have been sending in their alternative London 2012 logos. James Wren sent in this one.

Jethro Offemaria sent in this idea

Jethro Offemaria, Welwyn Garden City: "My ideal logo would feature Big Ben, River Thames, St Paul's and the Olympic Flame."

Matt Le Gresley sent this one

Matt Le Gresley sent us this running man.

Jennifer Rose sent in this

Jennifer: "I think the Olympic logo is awful! This is my version."

Gordon Robertson from Aberdeenshire sent this idea

Gordon Robertson from Aberdeenshire sent this idea

Alex Chaplin sent in this one

Alex Chaplin designed this image.

Gary Laverick sent in this one

Gary Laverick: "This is my attempt at an alternative 2012 Olympics logo."

Angus Walker sent in this image

Angus Walker: "Dear BBC, I knocked up this running figure in 10 minutes in my lunch hour. Please may I have my 400,000."

Wayne Gard sent this

Wayne Gardner: "By no means finished but a 10 minute job shows how they could have used London scenes. Must get back to proper work."

George Cook sent this

George Cook: "Here is my alternative logo. The colours are the same as the Olympic rings and the 'rings' themselves are symbolic of the iconic London tube map."

Graham Coe sent this

Graham Coe: "The origin of the Olympic Logo?" Follow the link on the right to see a second gallery of logos.



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