Watch The Beat 2012 Olympics Documentary

Coca-Cola have commissioned an anthem for the London 2012 Olympics from award-winning DJ and producer Mark Ronson. Ronson created the theme song by recording the sounds made by five olympic athletes and their respective sports, as well as the vocals of Katy B. This hour-long documentary looks behind the scenes at the making of the song, entitled ‘Anywhere In The World’.

Move to the Beat™ is a global campaign designed to bring young people closer to the Olympic Games — and to sport in general — by harnessing teens’ passion for music and drawing inspiration from London’s rich musical heritage.

The five athletes are:

    David Oliver – Hurdler from the United States
    Kseniya Vdovina – Sprinter from Russia
    Dayyan Jaffar – Archer from Singapore
    Maria Espinoza – Taekwondo athlete from Mexico
    Darius Knight – Table tennis player from Great Britain

Anthony Timmons is the founder of AMPt Design and runs

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