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Celebrate Ben Ainslies success

by Ben Ainslie 14 Aug 2012 16:08 BST 16 August 2012
Ben Ainslie wins historic fourth gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition © onEdition

Join us to celebrate Ben Ainslie’s success of winning his fourth Olympic Gold medal

Last week, Ben Ainslie created history by winning his fourth consecutive gold medal, alongside his silver this made him the world’s most successful Olympic sailor.

Ben wants to thank those who have supported him in this his hardest fought Olympic campaign yet. Ben will be sailing a very special version of his boat Rita in London right in front of Big Ben on the River Thames on Thursday 16th August from 9am and everyone is welcome.

Ben would love to share this moment with as many people as possible. The best places to come and cheer for Ben and Rita will be on Westminster Bridge and along Victoria embankment between the House of Commons and Westminster Pier.

There is also have the chance to win some exclusive and highly limited spaces to watch Ben sail on the Thames from the private boat M.V. Edwardian, and meet Ben afterwards. See details of this Twitter competition.

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