As the Rio 2016 Olympics start tomorrow, we thought this would be a good a time as any to share our top 6 adverts from the London Olympics 2012. If you haven’t already got the Olympics buzz this should do the trick. Our top 6 London Olympics 2012 adverts. #6 Samsung – Are you ready? Cheil Worldwide launched this ‘Are you ready?’ ad for Olympic sponsor Samsung in support of its Galaxy S3 model across 20 countries this week. Olympics ambassador David Beckham signals the start of the event by kicking a ball against a gong in an impressive long-range shot. #5 British Airways – London Calling British Airways has launched its Olympic advert as anticipation builds ahead of the Games. It features one of BA’s jets strolling through London and showcasing landmarks such as Trafalgar Square and the Palace of Westminster, before taking in the Olympic Stadium in Stratford. Best of all though, it is set to the soundtrack of The Clash’s London Calling #4 Coca-Cola – Move to the Beat Mother London, Mark Ronson and Coca-Cola traveled the world to create a new dance track using the sounds of sport from 5 Olympic hopefuls. #3 OMEGA – Start Me Up A remix of The Rolling Stones’ ‘Start me up’ sets the pace for this commercial with the same title for Omega, the official timekeeper of the Olympics 2012. The ad lingers on the moments right before the start of a race or event, the tension felt by the athletes as they hone their focus for the task ahead. #2 Nike – Find Your Greatness Nike does it again. Now famous for its ambush marketing...
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