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What will 2012 do for you?

What will 2012 do for you?

7:38am 28th September 2010

We should find out later how the North-West will benefit from London 2012 Olympic Games.

Lord Coe is coming to Manchester to see how other parts of the country are gearing up.

He'll meet the GB Cycling Team and also look at the progress of the National Indoor BMX Arena.

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