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Lego Olympics Closing Ceremony – Party On!

13 August

I might have shed a few tears last night. I can’t believe the Olympics have finished %Lego minifigure Lego Olympics Closing Ceremony   Party On!

These last two weeks have been so amazing, I’ve never felt so patriotic, so excited and so much in need of more athletic ability. It has been an incredible, and somewhere in amongst the fabulous sporting achievements and the great spirit of all the ‘games makers’ volunteers we’ve tried to play our little part.

%Lego minifigure Lego Olympics Closing Ceremony   Party On!


Our minifgs were made for people to enjoy and hopefully they’ve raised a smile or two. We’re thrilled by all your responses on twitter and facebook, thank you for all the shares and retweets. We’re especially thrilled to hear that a lot of the gold medal winners want to take ownership of their lego olympic minifigs! The incredible rowing women, Anna Watkins, Katherine Grainger, Sophie Hosking, Kate Copeland, Helen Glover and Heather Stanning will soon be able to reenact their winning 3 gold medals in Lego (perhaps racing them against each other!)

Don’t worry! There will be more minifigs! The paralympics are only 2 weeks away and in the meantime who knows what will catch our eye and need to be recreated in Lego. So please keep watching this space – there’s many more Lego adventures to come. And if you can’t wait to see more minifigs, why not order your own? Get your sporting hero, favourite rockstar or your family made in Lego – we’d love to hear from you.

And don’t forget our competition to win your own lego olympic minifigure is still running – go here to enter.


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2 Responses to “Lego Olympics Closing Ceremony – Party On!”

  1. charlie August 18, 2012 at 9:06 pm #

    the figs are really cool because the outfits look like the real one but they are a bit expensive

    • Savage Steel August 18, 2012 at 9:19 pm #

      Thanks – we’re pleased you like them! They are expensive, as it takes us a long time to make each one. But we do have cheaper custom options, starting at £6. However a lot of the Olympians use quite rare parts, so we have to pay more for the parts as well, which also adds to their cost.

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