Olympics Google Doodles:
The shot put is a track and field event involving “putting” (throwing in a pushing motion) a heavy metal ball—the shot—as far as possible. It is common to use the term “shot put” to refer to both the shot itself and to the putting (throwing) action.
Now Google has doodled its first ever shot put doodle. Unlike the other sports which have appeared multiple times over the different Olympics as doodles on the Google home page this is the track and field event’s maiden appearance.The London 2012 shot put doodle is the eight London 2012 doodle posted by Google on its home page. The task on shot put is to throw a metal ball (shot) as far as possible in a pushing motion (putting).
The London 2012 shot put shows a shut putter ready for his throw. The Google logo appears in the horizon.Yesterday there was a Google Doodle for Table Tennis on Google’s Home Page.The Doodle Showed a TT Raquet with a Player.
On Day Six There was a Doodle on Google’s Homepage For the Hockey Competition in Olympic 2012.
On day Five (Tuesday) of London 2012,Google Showed a Men’s Ring Competition Google Doodle.
On Day Four (Monday) of London 2012,Google Showed a London 2012 Fencing Google Doodle on Home page. The doodle shows two fencers fighting against each other using bladed weapons.
On Day Three (Sunday) of London 2012, Google came up with the London 2012 Diving Google doodle. It had a female diver in position for the plunge on the diving board over a pool that has the Google logo painted on the bottom.
On Day Two (Saturday) of London 2012, Google posted an archery doodle on its home page that showed a female archer taking aim at a bullseye, the target is strategically placed over the middle ‘o’ on the Google logo painted on the wall.
On Friday, Day One Google put up its London 2012 Opening Ceremony doodle that showed five athletes on the track holding the letters of the Google logo. The Olympic disciplines depicted on the Google Olympics opening ceremony doodle were football, swimming/diving, running/jumping, javelin throw, fencing and basketball.