To coincide with the start of the London Olympic Games, Madame Tussauds has revamped its interactive sports zone, complete with figures of Usain Bolt, Jessica Ennis and Tom Daley, this year's biggest stars. All featured in their signature poses, visitors can get up close and personal with the athletes as they celebrate or participate. Pull the famous 'lightning bolt' whilst standing right next to the man himself, looking resplendent in the Jamaican team colours. Jessica Ennis has been painstakingly recreated celebrating a victory, the British flag held proudly aloft. Eyes upwards, and you will see Tom Daley sailing overhead as he dives headlong into the pool, quite the picture opportunity.
These three additions to the collection take their places alongside some of the world's biggest names in sport, including tennis god Rafael Nadal and English footballing hero, David Beckham. For tickets and discounts, log onto the Madame Tussauds website.
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