Are crowd-rousing tunes improving the Olympic Games?


The London 2012 Games have been characterised by the heavy use of crowd-rousing music and fans attending events have been debating its merits.

Does a loud burst of Chariots of Fire add to the atmosphere? Or should sport's only be soundtrack be the occasional roar from the crowd?

The BBC's James Fletcher reports.

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