Following this summer's London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, the Club has installed a collage of Arsenal-supporting athletes in celebration of their medal-winning exploits.

As part of the ongoing Arsenalisation project, the wall art within the North Bank lower concourse features action images of just a small selection of gold medal winners. Paying tribute to, among others, athlete Mo Farah, wheelchair athlete David Weir and boxer Anthony Joshua, the mural will remain as a permanent testament of their incredible achievements.

Arsenal fans and visitors to the ground can also see the breadth of support from athletes that took part in the Olympics and Paralympics, with the names of other competing Gunners listed beneath the main artwork.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis said: "We were all mesmerised by the exploits of our Olympians and it was fantastic to see so many Arsenal-supporting competitors at the Games. This is a small way of recognising their achievements."

Club channels carried a series of exclusive interviews with a number of competitors in the build-up to the Games which you can read here.

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14 Dec 2012