London's Olympic stadium has failed to secure its own gold medal, after missing out on the UK's most prestigious architecture prize.
The 80,000-capacity stadium was one of six buildings to be shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects' (Riba) Stirling Prize. But in the end the gong went to a science laboratory in Cambridge.
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