With the World Cup and Olympics set to take stage in Brazil, eMaint thought they would visualize how this will be affecting the economy by illustrating what they are doing to prepare for these events. The following infographic points out the transportation that is being built to get everyone where they need to go, the different venues that they need to construct to host the different sporting events, and the jobs that will be generated from the World Cup and Olympics. The infographic also provides background information on the economy and it’s GDP, as well as the largest cities and their population.
The Olympics is the most watched and most expensive sport event in the world, drawing in billions of users and spectators alike. Has anyone ever stopped to think about the Olympic venues themselves? Years of planning and construction are needed to reach the perfection required by the Olympic Committee and very few stop to think about the great feats of engineering that occur to make it all happen.
The Olympics is widely considered the largest sporting event in the world, but that hasn’t always been the case. To illustrate just how big the Games have become, this infographic from Sparksheet traces all the major technological advancements, Games milestones and sponsorship deals from 1986 to 2012.
Check out how great (or small!) a chance each type of young athlete has of earning a spot on the United States Olympic team in the following infographic published by eCollegeFinder.org. Along with natural ability and determined training, these stats show the chances U.S. high school-aged athletes have of getting to the Summer Olympic Games in hopes of bringing home the gold.
It’s been 64 years since London last hosted the Olympic games and in celebration to mark such a great occasion this infographic from Dartington has been produced to display some fascinating statistics and facts surrounding the iconic event. The information covers 5 key areas ranging from the the Olympic Park through to finances and products.
Force Factor has compiled surprising new statistics on the body types of some of the fittest people on the planet: US Olympic athletes. Taking a closer look at the height, weight, and BMI of America’s Olympic athletes is sure to challenge your conception of fitness.
This infographic presented by Click Software highlights some of the impacts that the Summer 2012 Olympics will have on London.
This infographic from SmartBidNet features the general contractors, materials, and construction behind the 2012 London Olympic Village. Find out how much the venues cost to build, how green technology is being implemented, and even the fate of the venues after the Summer Games are finished and the athletes have gone home.
LondonTown.com presents this wonderfully illustrated infographic showing all of the Olympic venues, including what events are taking place and the easiest travel plans.
The Olympic games are some of the most expensive mega events the World has ever seen. This infographic from Payday Loans provides information about the rising cost of the games.
The Olympics is no doubt one of the biggest sporting events on the planet, bringing together in one place some of the best athletes in the world to compete. With the 2012 Olympics just around the corner, Holland and Barrett takes a look at the unusual, strange and downright bizarre Olympic sports of the past.
Athletes wait their whole lives for a chance to compete for that shiny gold medal. The Olympic Medal is truly the ultimate prize for these competitors, but the allure of it all tends to outshine the history behind it. Navis Pack & Ship provides us a look inside the history of the Olympic medal.
With the London 2012 Olympic games drawing closer and closer, DiscountCoder.com takes a peek at some of the all important, and not so important numbers surround the event in the following infographic entitled, “London 2012: By The Numbers.”