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Win a pair of Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games tickets

PUBLISHED: 11:53 15 July 2015 | UPDATED: 11:53 15 July 2015

You could see Usain Bolt compete (Picture: Martin Rickett/ PA)

You could see Usain Bolt compete (Picture: Martin Rickett/ PA)

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How would you like to see the stars of London 2012 take to the track and field in the Olympic Stadium once more?

We are giving away tickets to see double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah competing at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games on Friday, July 24.

Newham-born runner Christine Ohuruogu will also be running in the 400m, while the world’s best sprinters, including Usain Bolt, will line up in the men’s 100m.

On Sunday, July 26, Paralympians will take centre stage as the last leg of the IPC Grand Prix Series comes to Stratford with stars including David Weir, Shelly Woods and Richard Whitehead returning to the stadium.

We have a pair of tickets for Friday’s action and another pair for Sunday to give away.

To stand a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the following question correctly and email your answer to londonmarketing@archant.co.uk by 5pm on Tuesday, July 21.

How many gold medals did Mo Farah win at London 2012?

A: One

B: Two

C: Three

T&Cs: Competition closes at 5pm on Tuesday, July 21. Two winners will be selected from all correct answers and the tickets assigned at random. The winners will be contacted after the closing date. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The prize must be redeemed by 26/07/15. By entering the competition you will automatically be subscribed to receive news and offers from Archant London, you may opt out at any time by visiting the link on all future email communication. Full Archant terms and conditions apply, available on request.


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