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Olympic Facts – Beijing 2008
Brazilian national men’s football team qualified for the 2008 Olympic Games. Like Argentina, Italy and Nigeria, Brazil is one of the favorites to win the gold medal. Ironically, Brazil -it has won five FIFA World Cups (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)- has never won an Olympic title. This Latin American country won the silver medals two times at the Olympic Games in 1984 in Los Angeles and in 1988 in South Korea.Will London 2012 Be The Green Olympics?
There is much talk about making London 2012 a truly green Olympics. How can this be achieved, could all the publicity be used to really focus our minds on how to create a greener society?The London Olympics – Making It Happen
Building an Olympic Games is no mean feat. It’s not just a matter of erecting a few stadia and swimming pools. There are all sorts of infrastructure and transport facilities to create, as well as a legacy to leave for underprivileged areas.Olympics 2008, Sailing – Form Guide to the Olympic Medal Favourites
A look at the favourites for the medals in the 2008 Olympics sailing classes. Find out how the glamorous Yngling girls are expected to fare and see what Ben Ainslie needs to do to ensure Gold.In the Shadow of Marion Jones
The fallout from the Marion Jones steroids scandal has been large and wide. Someone directly affected was Chryste Gaines, one of Jones’ teammates on the bronze-medal winning United States 100-meter relay team at the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, Australia. It has been widely publicized that Jones was stripped of her medals and ordered by the United States Olympic Committee to return them. Chairman Peter Ueberroth then said that the rest of the team should also give their awards back, a gesture that would also hold symbolic value.USA Basketball Team – Is it Going to Win the Gold Medals in 2008 Olympics?
USA basketball team was an unstoppable force during the early and mid nineties but things have changed and its invincibility is now gone. 12 players who will represent the USA team are now announced and they have big tasks and expectations ahead. Can they prove themselves in the Olympics and grab the gold medals?A New Medal System For the Olympics
There should be no losers at the Olympics. This article proposes an alternative medal system that would recognize and honor every participant whether or not they finish in the top three places.Will Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay Be Struck by a Bolt of Lightning?
Will Asafa Powell stamp his speed in history as the world’s fastest man and 2008 Olympic gold medalist in the Men’s 100 meters? Or will he like always get cold feet on the big occasion? Will the American and very consistent Tyson Gay take the finish line first? Will the narcissistic Usain Bolt; bolt his ego in history as the fastest man in the world and the 2008 Olympic gold medalist in the Men’s 100 meters and the icing on the cake bragging rights for the next four years? Only they can decide in this summer’s Beijing Olympics as they race against time.World Pyro Olympics
The World Pyro Olympics was held in the Philippines every Saturday of May. The final of the competition was held on the 31st which was called the Fellowship of Fire Display. It was participated by countries such as Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, and Venezuela.Beijing Olympics May Reinvigorate Atheltics Old Glory
With all of the controversy surrounding Olympic doping, the world seems to distrust history making performances. Has the glory day of Athletic competition past, or will 2008’s Beijing Olympics create a resurgence of excitement and support for the Athletic competition?Usain Bolt is Back to Undecided About Beijing Double Bill
Last week Usain Bolt shattered countryman Asafa Powell’s 100m dash world record. In the aftermath of the race Usain Bolt said he was unsure about whether or not he will seek gold in both the 100m and 200m in Beijing, the 200m being his primary focus. Med-week this changed as Bolt said he will go for the double bill. Now we are back to undecided as Bolt admits that he has not made a decision and will allow the final decision to be made by coach Glenn Mills.