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Upload your video to celebrate 1 year to go to London 2012

Click "Show more' to see how you can upload your own celebration video... Your video could appear alongside videos from Olympic athletes on our globe at ! Send us a video from wherever you are in the world, celebrating that it's one year to go to the London 2012 Olympic Games and showing support for your team. You can tell us what you're looking forward to about the Games in London, what you love about the Olympics, or share your own special celebration with us! Tag your video with '1yeartogo' and the name of the team you're supporting (e.g. 'Great Britain') Please upload your video as a "video response" to this video. You will need a YouTube account to sign in to YouTube and this involves creating a Gmail email address. Once you have signed in, you are now ready to upload your video response. Scroll down to the "comments" section directly below this text and click inside the text box. A link will appear on the right of the text box which says "Create a video response" This will direct you to a page where you are invited to 'Choose a Video' or 'Upload a Video'. Click on the 'Upload a Video' option and select the correct video from your computer. Make sure the video size is under 1GB and please try and keep it to under 1 minute in length. Usage: By submitting the video you confirm that this gives LOCOG the right to use the images therein for the purposes of promoting the London 2012 Games. Please do not delete the YouTube account you have used to upload your video or set your video to 'private' or 'unlisted' - this will stop your video appearing on the London 2012 'One year to go' feature, due to YouTube policies. Not all videos submitted will be used and the London 2012 web terms and conditions apply Thank you!
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