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English graffiti artist and icon Banksy is joining his countrymen in welcoming the Olympians to London. Sort of. Check out the two full pieces after the jump.
Jerri Peterson, a woman from Atlanta, was so excited to be selected as a torch bearer for the London Olympics, she got a tattoo to commemorate it. And now, for the rest of her life, she’ll never forget that she was a “Oylmpic Torch Bearer.” America, ladies and gentleman. America.
There was some buzz floating around the Internet of a so-called “unstoppable” move that LeBron James had mastered. Well, evidence of said move has surfaced, and, yeah, it’s crazy. It might not work in a game every time, but if he could pull it off regularly, it would be sky hook-esque. Check it out after the jump.
A day in the life of Lolo Jones, the Olympic flavor of the season, looks to be as trying and difficult as it is fun and rewarding. This video shows that, just like you and me, for all the weight lifting and hurdle jumping in Lolo’s daily routine, there’s also plenty of roller blading with a dog. Check it out after the jump.
Remember when the USATF came up with that hastily-devised, poorly-conceived, generally derided and basically lame tie-breaker for the dead heat between Jeneba Tarmoh and Allyson Felix? Well, Tarmoh agreed to a runoff with Felix, before changing her mind hours before the race, ceding the Olympic spot. Thus, USATF’s tie-breaker looks even more stupid. Details after the jump.
This is not a joke, as far as I can tell. Hungarian Norman Varga plans to run the length of 50 marathons over 50 days, eventually arriving in London for the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. His journey will span from Budapest to London, passing through Austria, Belgium and France along the way.
The Who’s Keith Moon, who died tragically in 1978 of a drug overdose, is, unfortunately, still dead. But that didn’t stop the organizers of the Olympic Games from asking if Moon would be able to perform with his bandmates this summer in London. I’m not really sure how this happened either, but details after the jump.