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Beijing Olympics – 3 Lessons in Goal Achievement From the Women’s Cycling Road Race

The women’s cycling road race in the Beijing Olympics was won in thrilling style by Nicole Cooke from Great Britain. Here are just 3 lessons in goal achievement from this nail-biting race.

Does Olympic Gold Create Olympic Legends?

The USA mens 4×100 freestyle relay team becomes a legend. Setting a new world record.

First Olympic Torch Lit – The Fire of the Gods in China Olympics Now

The Olympic Torch is a symbol of the Olympic Games. Its origins were in a myth about stealing the fire for the torch from the Greek God Zeus by Prometheus. Prometheus was a Greek Titan and after stealing the fire was punished by Zeus. Prometheus was also the brother of another Greek Titan named Atlas, who was punished by Zeus for siding with his brother and was forced to hold up the sky. But let’s get back to the origin of the first Olympic torch.

Olympic Sport List – The Complete List of the Beijing Olympic Sports

The Beijing Olympics will take place August 8-24, 2008, in Beijing, China. During this time the Olympic sport list consists of 28 summer sports. There are also roughly 10,500 athletes that are projected to partake in the Games, with around 20,000 credited media bringing the Olympics to the world.

China Beijing Olympics Games Mascots – 5 Symbols of Hope From the Beijing Olympics?

Similar to the 5 Olympic rings from which they share color and inspiration the Fuwa will be the 2008 Beijing Olympics Official Mascots. They were introduced at the Workers’ Gymnasium in Beijing. These Olympic mascots will be carrying the message of friendship, peace and well wishes from China.

2008 Beijing China, Summer Olympic Games – US Men’s Gymnastics Team Shocks the World

Anyone who doubts the competitive prowess of China’s Olympic athletes as they dominate the gymnastics competition, was literally blown away by their skill, talent and perfection. Chinese gymnasts easily ran away with the gold, thanks to a superior team in every regard. Of course, hats off to the US gymnastics team competing with two-alternates due to injuries and with no member of the team having ever competed before in the Olympic Games.

Vegetarian Athletes – 10 Olympic Champions

It’s a myth that muscles, strength and endurance require the consumption of large quantities of animal-based foods. This myth began before anyone even talked about protein. During the Olympics, it’s a good time to take a look at some amazing athletes who are champions and vegetarians.

Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony

Yes friends. The Beijing 2008 Olympic Games we were waiting for so anxiously are finally here. I had the privilege of watching the Olympic Opening Ceremony live by satellite.

Olympics – USA Smashes World Record in Relay Final and Keep Michael Phelps’ Golden Dream Alive

The Olympic 4x100m freestyle relay was one of the most thrilling swimming events in the Water Cube. Records were obliterated but, at the end, Michael Phelps’ golden dream remained intact.

6 Lessons the Olympics Can Teach Boomers

This summer, billions of fans are watching athletes from around the world compete in the Beijing Olympics. With political controversy and global tensions currently running rampant, these diverse games reflect the delicate balance between reality and entertainment. If you’re a Sandwiched Boomer, the Olympics can satisfy the yearning for distraction from your immediate concerns about economic instability and caring for your family-in-flux.

Beijing Summer Olympics Made a History

Beijing took the pride in hosting the 2008 Summer Olympics. The matter has been goodly and badly criticized by different media and people. From the logo they have used to the National Stadium (Bird’s Nest) they have built in order to house the different game facilities.

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