James Cracknell's limited edition medallion launches in BP

20 June 2012 / 17:58

Olympian James Cracknell’s medallion made by The Royal Mint went on sale at BP forecourts today.  Anyone who collects it has the chance to win London 2012 Olympic tickets, signed clothing and once in a lifetime experiences with Team GB and ParalympicsGB.  

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If you buy a medallion you are in with a chance to win:

  • One of 500 pairs of Olympic tickets including athletics, equestrian, boxing and swimming

  • Once in a lifetime experiences with Team GB and ParalympicsGB, including tickets to the Opening and Closing ceremonies of the Paralympic Games, a trip to the Team GB house and a visit to the official Team GB prep camp

  • Signed merchandise including caps signed by Sir Steve Redgrave CBE, tops signed by Dame Kelly Holmes MBE (mil) or medallion folders signed by all 12 of The Legend Collection athletes.

Each medallion comes with a unique code that you simply type into the website at www.bp.com/medallions to see if you’ve won a great prize. Entering the code also unlocks lots of exclusive features.

James comments: “I’m honoured that I have been included within the collection of legends that have been created into medallions. I’m encouraging everyone to go out and collect the whole set to help support our athletes competing at the London 2012 Games and beyond.”

All profits from the sale of the Our Greatest Team Legends Collection will directly support Team GB and ParalympicsGB to help aspiring athletes deliver their best performance at London 2012 and beyond.

A new medallion is released each Wednesday to build the complete Our Greatest Team Legends Collection – one of only two official pieces of memorabilia created to support Team GB and ParalympicsGB.  Every collector can play their part in supporting Our Greatest Team; for children, the collection will provide an education on our greatest Olympic and Paralympic legends and for adults a bit of nostalgia revisiting the great moments in Games history