Fila announced today the debut of a special patriotic performance tennis apparel collection to be worn exclusively by Fila athletes on the courts of the All England Club during the 2012 London Games.
The collection consists of unique designs of men’s and women’s performance tennis apparel for eight different countries (Serbia, Russia, Romania, Kazakhstan, Slovenia, Spain, Italy and New Zealand).

Jelena Jankovic will wear a red, royal and white dress that she will also wear for Fed Cup play.

Available on Fila.com

London is the very first city to host the modern Olympic Games for the third time. London welcomed the Games in 1908 and a second time in 1948.
How have the Games changed from 1908 to 2012? Click to enlarge:

London - Three Times An Olympic City

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The Rising Cost of the Olympics

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A Tour of the Olympic Village.

Video by The Guardian

The German opening ceremony outfits designed by Bogner: pink for Barbie and blue for Ken….

The parade outfits consist of zippered jackets – bright pink weatherproof shells for the ladies and the same in baby blue for the men – paired with white chinos and white shirts and accessorized with a lightweight pink or blue plaid scarf.

The German athletes’ competition wear and casual wear will be provided, as it has been in the past, by another German company: adidas.

German Olympic tennis team:
Mona Barthel, Julia Goerges, Anna-Lena Groenfeld, Christopher Kas, Angelique Kerber, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Sabine Lisicki, Philipp Petzschner