Usain Bolt did silence his critics this summer, but when were sound levels unbearable at the London Olympics?
According to The Mail, Campbell Associates using their sound level meters measured some of the recent events, the target sound barrier would be the figure of 105 decibels – the noise you hear standing next to a pneumatic drill. The Mail continued that Bolt might be a living legend. But was he worthy of earplugs? And might there be an even louder crowd elsewhere in the Olympic domain?
Read more about the Mail article here.
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