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The Olympic Opening Ceremony

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Punter, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. traeth

    traeth Moderator

    here are some of our medal winners but not all the info is available on wiki

    Ennis: King Ecgbert Comprehensive, Sheffield
    Rutherford: Denbeigh Academy Secondary, Milton Keynes
    Farah: Feltham Community College
    Pendleton: Fernhill Comprehensive, Letchworth
    Hoy: Watson's College, Edinburgh (private)
    Wiggins: St Augustine's CoE High, Kilburn
    Baillie: unknown
    Stott: unknown, learned to canoe at the Scouts
    Kenny: Mount St Joseph's Technology College, Bolton
    Hindes: Heinrich Heine Gymnasium (a specialist sports school), Kaiserslautern
    Burke: Park High, Colne
    Clancy: unknown
    Thomas: Whitchurch High, Cardiff
    Rowsell: Nonsuch Girls Grammar, Cheam
    King: Hamble community sports college
    Trott: Turnford Secondary, Cheshunt
    Gregory: Prince Henry High, Worcester
    Reed: Deer Park (academy), Cirencester
    James: King's, Chester (private)
    Triggs-Hodge: Upper Wharfdale Secondary Modern, Threshfield
    Glover: Millfield (private)
    Stanning: Gordonstoun (private)
    Watkins: Westwood College, Leeke
    Grainger: Unknown
    Copeland: Yarm School (private)
    Hosking: Kingston Grammar, Kingston
    Wilson:Millfield (private)
  2. Steve_uk

    Steve_uk Well-Known Member BANNED

    I'm still suspicious of some of these performances on the track,as the economic downturn accentuates the perilous risk the downtrodden athlete will take with his own health to ameliorate his or her bank balance. Whilst not wishing to cast aspersions on individual athletes it should be fairly obvious to whom I am alluding.

    I would like viewers to watch the two clips here and answer two questions: how is it possible for an athlete of any discipline to pass 160 drug tests whilst not being clean,and is the individual athlete to blame,do we blame their coach or the wider societal pressure..

  3. Punter

    Punter Moderator

    A couple of week's ago I knew nothing about the Olympics, now I can't wait for next year's.
  4. slick

    slick Administrator

    Me too and if I'm not mistaken I'm sure it's in Rhyl.
    I've also noticed today that we've slipped back to our old habit of winning fcuk all, sack the lot of em.
  5. traeth

    traeth Moderator

    last night I was watching the beach volleyball when there was a serious wrist injury
    It's o.k. this morning
  6. Punter

    Punter Moderator


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