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UF alum lives in London, says Olympics put stress on city

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Thousands of people are arriving in London for the 2012 summer Olympic games, with the opening ceremonies scheduled for Friday.  While there’s excitement for the competition, and a strong connection with the University of Florida with athletes and the marching band on hand, it’s a major challenge facing the residents of London.  We couldn’t send someone to London to report on the events, but WUFT-FM’s Tom Krynski spoke with UF graduate Damien Yare, who is a lawyer in the music industry in the United Kingdom, to get one man’s take on the impact on Londoners.

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About Tom Krynski

Tom is an employee at the University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communications.

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