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Competition: Share your Olympics celebrations in Facebook photo contest

09:40 03 August 2012

Jumping for joy. Photo by Monika Mukherjee, London

Jumping for joy. Photo by Monika Mukherjee, London

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If like the couple in the picture you’ve been jumping for joy with all the sporting action this summer you could be a winner in London24’s latest competition.

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We want you to submit pictures of you or your loved ones celebrating the Olympic Games or the recent Torch Relay around London.

You can also send in photos of you and friends or family taking part in your favourite sports.

A public vote will decide the winning picture, with people asked to pick their favourite from the entries.

A year’s subscription to Photography Monthly Magazine is up for grabs, and the most popular pictures will also be published in this newspaper as well as other titles, and on London24’s website.

Follow the link below to enter the competition through our Facebook page.

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