Lords provides unfamiliar stage for archers as world records begin to fall at London 2012
There was already a queue stretching along St John's Wood Road when the media shuttle bus pulled up at the hallowed home of cricket at 8.15am this morning. Most of those waiting outside the East Gate entrance at Lord's were cameramen from South Korea, one of whom had the five-ringed Olympic insignia dyed into the back of his closely-cropped hair.
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