You know how Tumblrs appear from nowhere, about everything with everything.
There’s an other one which shows Mo Farah running away from things…
Farah is the actual holder of the europeans records of the 10 000 meters on track and of the 5 000 meters indoors, british records of the 10 000 meters on road, the 3 000 meters indoors, the 5 000 meters on track. And he recentely became gold medallist of the 10 000 meters and 5 000 meters in London. He’s a part of the Team GB. British can be proud!
First of all, today, France, we won two gold medals (Judo: Teddy Riner and Swimming: Florent Manaudou). So, we now have 8 gold medals, 5 silver ones and 6 bronze ones.
Men’s Judo (+100kg)
Polish Janusz Wojnarowicz/ Tunisian Faicel Jaballah, at 11 sec’ until the end of the meeting/ Cubain Oscar Brayson, ippon/ Semi-final: south Korean Kim Sung-min, N.5 mondial/ Final: russian Alexander Mikhaylin.
more to come…
I have to say that I usually don’t really like to watch sports on Tv, but it’s been a week now that I spend my whole time watching the Olympics.
What I love with these games is, every country is present. That brings countries closer. Everyone does his best for his own country. And we’re proud watching our athlets, all over the world, do their utmost for the country. By the way, these athlets aren’t like others, they’re respectful and proud of their values, of their country; if you know what I mean..
So I promise to myself to sum up the days for you. I’m starting with week one but then I’ll do it everyday.
This opening was awesome! July, Friday 27th we could have seen the ceremony live. It has been directed by the famous Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire). Rumors say it cost 34millions pounds. It needed not least than 23000 costumes. The theme of the ceremony was around the history of Great Britain. Wo could have seen The Queen and James Boon (Daniel Craig) jump off their helicopter. By the way, it was the first apparition of the Queen in a fiction movie. We had a great demonstration of the british sens of humour. In the same occasion, we could have seen Mr.Bean (Roman Atkinson) who made a great apparation playing The Chariots of Fire (Vangelis) on the piano; and of course it was really funny. Best part of the ceremony, according to myself. I really enjoyed the history of british pop music too! Then came the Olympic Flame, bring by not less than the ultra famous David Beckham. The Olympic basin was lighted up by seven young british athletes after receiving it from Stever Redgrave, the british athlet with tthe greatest prize list. Fireworks. Mind-blowing. The came the countries parade, the speeches. And, then came the Artic Monkeys. Singing I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor, and the ultra-known Come Together from The Beatles. It ended with Paul Mc Cartney singing Hey Jude. I was speechless, it was amazing.
Today starts the Athletism competitions. Can’t wait to watch it! I’ll be updating tonight.
Here’s the general ranking: