I was just wondering with so many events Does any one have a spare ticket for the Olympics ? I don't mind which event I take part in. I can just about swim, have my own bike and will have a crack at any of the track & field events. Also not fussed
While I wish each and every member of Team the best Who do you think will be an Olympic Flop ? the opening ceremony? Andy Murray I honestly don't know what to expect for the opening ceremony. I've seen the 'vision', but what will it actually
Athletes who have undergone sex change operations will be eligible to compete in the Olympics for the first time under new rules being finalised by the IOC. Please can we have an edit button?My spelling there makes me look illiterate
Stadium Australia, Sydney, September 25, 2000: 10,000mThey hit the bell, still cagey, still waiting. Two greats sparring as they had done so many times before, as they had in the same event at the previous Olympic games in Atlanta. On the final bend
of competitive sport known as "Ironman."ask:What is the time to join Triathlon Olympic Games? Well fancy that....................
I have never done a Tri so have no idea, but would love to hear from people who have/do both.....Thanks,TR. The Olympic tri (ought to!) take a lot less time than the marathon, and be easier to recover from as not just hours & hours of pounding
“Dead and buried” was pretty much the consensus on Sebastian Coe’s career following the 1980 Olympic 800m final. He’d been widely expected to win but although he’d taken silver, he’d run dismally. His chances of winning the 1500m later that week
With the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games one year today, we kick off runnersworld.co.uk's London 2012 coverage with an awed look back at some of the most iconic running moments in Games history.Dreams of Olympic gold have inspired
Sydney 2000 was regarded as "the grandest and the best game ever" Beijing was staged as "the best opening ceremony and the exceptional games ever" Can London surpass these spectacular performances of Sydney and Beijing? Everyone knows London 1948 was the best. I see you belong t...
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