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London Olympics - 10 Mind-Boggling Facts - as part of the news series by GeoBeats.
Here are 10 mind-boggling facts about the London Olympics.
Number 10 - About 260,000 loaves of bread are estimated to be eaten at the Olympic games.
Number 9 - The photo finish camera on the track will take 2,000 images per second with each race.
Number 8 - An expected 14 million meals will be served along with 75,000 liters of milk.
Number 7 - McDonald’s largest restaurant will be unveiled at the London Olympics. Seating 1,500 people and employing around 500 employees, they expect to serve 50,000 Big Macs, 100,000 portions of French fries and 30,000 milkshakes.
Number 6 - 10,000 temporary toilets have been installed.
Number 5 - 150,000 free condoms will be available to the athletes in the Olympic Village.
Number 4 - There will be 13,000 litres of water rolling down the canoe slalom course per second.
Number 3 - 165,000 towels will be provided for the athletes throughout the Olympic Village.
Number 2- There are 180,000 tiles that line the swimming pool and diving pool in the Aquatics Centre.
Number 1 - Approximately 200,000 workers, which includes paid workers, contractors and volunteers, will be required for the London Olympics.