21 December 2011
Last updated at 12:56
London 2012 organisers Locog have released new aerial images of the Olympic Park as 2012 approaches. With just over 200 days until the opening ceremony, the site is 90% complete, and due to be finished early next year.
The Olympic Stadium was completed in March and its running track was unveiled in October, with Team GB athletes and local schoolchildren chosen as the first people to try it out.
The winged Aquatics Centre - seen here with the Water Polo Arena behind it - was unveiled in July 2011, with Tom Daley making the first dive into the pool.
The Velodrome was the first Olympic Park venue to be completed, in February 2011, and the BMX Track in front of it hosted the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup test event in August.
The Handball Arena was completed in May 2011 and has already held two test events.
The first of the Olympic Hockey Centre’s eye-catching blue and pink pitches was unveiled in October along with news that a yellow ball would be used for the first time in an Olympics at London 2012.
The new sporting facilities at Eton Manor - which will host the wheelchair tennis competition - are on the site of the old Eton Manor Sports Club, which had been disused since 2001. It will also have temporary training pools - three 50m pools for swimmers, and smaller pools for synchronised swimmers and Water Polo players.
In October, the 2,012th new home in the Olympic Village was completed. After housing athletes during the Olympics and Paralympics, the village will be part of London 2012's legacy.
Chobham Academy will provide nursery, primary and secondary schools for 1,800 pupils aged 3-19. It will specialise in performing arts and English with a focus on sporting excellence, as organisers hope to put an educational legacy at the heart of its regeneration ambitions for east London.
The site will host the UK’s largest new urban park, with 4,000 semi-mature trees, 300,000 wetland plants and meadows the size of 10 football fields.