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Despite not having a ticket to the Olympic, 57-year-old Chen Guanming recently completed a two-year rickshaw trip to London to see the games. More after the jump.
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The dorm-style living in Olympic village has been well-documented. So has the horn-doggedness of the athletes occupying said dorms. But apparently, whether Olympic athletes want to just take a nap in their rooms, or partake in any other “activities,” they’ll have to deal with some uncomfortable heat.
Little mix-up before the North Korean women’s soccer team was set to face Colombia. No big deal. Just a tiny, eensy little problem. You know: showing South Korea’s flag. The embarrassing details after the jump.
If You’re An Olympic Athlete And Tweet Something Racist, You Will Probably Be Kicked Out Of The Olympics
The Olympics, at least in theory, are all about togetherness and people of all stripes putting aside their differences and forming one great brotherhood of man. Things like that. Greek triple jumper Voula Papachristou, though, fell a tad short of this ideal.
The Olympics are at least supposed to be about the nations of the world coming together, and while competing hard, also demonstrating understanding and getting along. It’s in that spirit hat U.S. Olympic athletes filmed a series of videos posted on YouTube with the common theme: “Thank You Britain.” In a few of those videos, the athletes try their hands at Cockney slang. Nice gesture. Horrible accents. (More videos after the jump, if you can take it.)