As part of our AW winter wins series, we have a TomTom Runner 3 GPS watch to give away
Win a piece of London 2012 trackDecember 5, 2016
We have an exclusive piece of London 2012 history to give away to one lucky AW reader
At London 2012 only the fastest owned the track. But now, if you’re quick enough off the mark, you can too! Cherish the magic of the home Olympic Games forever with this unique sporting gift.
We’re giving AW readers the chance to win a limited-edition piece of the original London 2012 track where legends such as Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Usain Bolt roared to glory four years ago. Your piece of track will be beautifully presented in a commemorative box with a zinc etched plaque for authenticity, worth £99.
The London 2012 track where history was made has been removed and replaced ahead of the London 2017 IAAF World Championships and World ParaAthletics Championships next summer. Pieces of the original track have been made into a range of exclusive sporting memorabilia and are available to purchase from just £60 at london2012track.com.
Sound like the perfect Christmas present? Order by December 9 for guaranteed Christmas delivery.
AW winter wins
This competition is the second in our series of four competitions which will run through the month of December.
Each competition ends on December 24, with the winners to be announced in the new year.
Other AW winter wins competitions can be found here.
How to enter
For your chance to win a piece of London 2012 track in a box worth £99, simply log in or register below (and then refresh this page) and provide the details requested. You must be a registered user of the site to enter (it’s free to register and takes just a few moments).
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Terms and conditions
Competition closes at 12 noon on December 24, 2016. The winner will be announced in January and the editor’s decision will be final. No cash alternatives or refunds.
Click here for AW’s competition terms and conditions.
» To find out more about London 2012 track visit london2012track.com