During the world's biggest sporting extravaganza - London 2012 Olympics - Google posted 17 Olympic doodles. Out of 17, 4 doodles were interactive, while 13 were static (non-interactive). Here is a list of doodles posted by Google during the London 2012 Olympics.
London 2012 hockey doodle: The doodle features a female player, holding a hook-shaped stick, playing on a hockey pitch.
London 2012 table tennis doodle: The doodle features two players - a right handed player and a left handed player - playing table tennis. It was the seventh doodle.
London 2012 opening ceremony doodle: The doodle shows five athletes on the track holding the letters of the Google logo.
London 2012 shot put doodle: It shows a shut putter ready for his throw. The Google logo appears in the horizon. The London 2012 shot put doodle was the eighth London 2012 doodle posted by Google on its home page.
London 2012 pole vault doodle: A female pole vaulter propels herself high in the sky in Google's ninth doodle during the London Olympic Games.
London 2012 diving doodle: The third London 2012 Google doodle is dedicated to diving. The doodle shows a female diver in position for the plunge on the diving board over a pool that has the Google logo painted on the bottom.
London 2012 archery doodle: It was the second Google doodle posted during the London 2012 Olympics, which shows a female archer taking aim at a bullseye, the target is strategically placed over the middle 'o' on the Google logo painted on the wall.
London 2012 fencing doodle: The doodle shows two fencers fighting against each other using bladed weapons.
London 2012 artistic gymnastics men's rings doodle: The Olympics Google doodle for London 2012 Artistic Gymnastics Men's Rings shows a mustachioed gymnast performing. The two Os of the Google logo are formed by the rings. It was the fifth Google doodle this Olympics.
London 2012 synchronised swimming doodle: It was the tenth Google doodle during the London 2012 Olympic Games. A team of eight syncronised swimmers get together for a circular formation to replace the first 'O' of the Google logo floating in a pool.
London 2012 javelin doodle: Dedicated to Javelin Throw, the eleventh doodle had a male javelin thrower taking the throwing position in a stadium.
London 2012 basketball doodle: This was the thirteenth doodle (the second interactive doodle) posted by Google during the London 2012 Olympics. It allowed users shoot baskets using the space bar or by holding and releasing the left mouse key.
London 2012 hurdles doodle: This was the twelfth doodle (and the first interactive doodle) that Google posted during the London 2012 Olympic Games. It allowed users to participate in a hurdles race just by sitting in chairs.
London 2012 slalom canoe doodle: It was the 14th doodle (and the third playable doodle) posted by Google during the ongoing London 2012 Olympics.
London 2012 football doodle: Adding a fourth sport to its armchair Olympics, Google took users to the the football field. This was the 15th Olympic doodle (the fourth and the last playable doodle this Olympics).
London 2012 rhythmic gymnastics doodle: After four back-to-back interactive avatars, Google came back to static for the London 2012 rhythmic gymnastics doodle on Saturday.
London 2012 closing ceremony doodle: With the view to bid farewell to the London 2012 Olympics, Google posted the London 2012 closing ceremony doodle on Sunday. It is the seventeenth doodle by Google during the London 2012 Olympic Games.