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Olympic flame
This is a pagan practice and the judges decide who will win BEFORE the competition even begins.
Olympic torch flame is due to arrive in the UK Friday evening, ready for the start of the London 2012 torch relay.
Torch flying from Athens, Greece with the flame.
Flame on a plane?

The torch visits the 4 nations of the UK before being carried into the Olympic Stadium in Stratford on 27 July for the opening ceremony of the Games.
It was taken around Greece before being handed over in Athens.
The stadium hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896.

Rio, Brazil OLYMPICS 2016


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Beijing Olympics 2008

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Rio Olympic bike path collapses
April  22, 2016
-   A new elevated bike path that was heralded as a top legacy project of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics collapsed, killing 2 people.  This was the latest in a series of problems besetting preparations for the Aug. 5-21 games.  The Zika virus began here.  Poor ticket sales and budget cuts amid Brazil's worst recession in decades.

A video of the bike path

Its hard not to laugh when I see the photo

April  21, 2016 - Rio Olympic flame lit

olympics are one form of Satanism.

Olympians to swim through sewage
August Olympics in Rio de Janeiro
, swimmers to compete in polluted Guanabara Bay and off nearby Copacabana Beach. Any athlete coming into contact with these waters has a high probability of becoming ill.  Members of the United States rowing team have become sick with diarrhea, vomiting and flulike symptoms after training and competing around Rio. Marathon swimmers and triathletes will ingest this water — and the consequences could be deadly.

Sewer Olympics

Rio super bacteria
June 11, 2016
-  Super bacteria with 50% mortality in Rio's Olympic venues, top beaches.
Scientists have found dangerous drug-resistant super bacteria off beaches in Rio de Janeiro that will host Olympic swimming events and in a lagoon where rowing and canoe athletes will compete when the Games start on Aug. 5.  The microbes are normally found only in hospitals.

Rio Olympics
June 14, 2016  
-  Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes said security in Rio will be massive but less oppressive.  Rio de Janeiro will be swarming with soldiers and military police through the Olympic Games. Rio's main terrorism is Super bacteria found in waters where Olympic events are planned.  Paes made frequent jabs at the 2012 London Olympics, noting the high cost of some of its venues and the long delay in finding long-term tenants for the main London stadium.

$  Brazil *   Rio declares financial disaster  $
June 18, 2016
-  Francisco Dornelles, the acting governor of Rio de Janeiro declared a state of financial disaster so he has more leeway to manage the state's scarce resources.  Brazil hosts the Olympic Games in August.

The move will let Dornelles adopt exceptional measures to pay costs related to the Games.  The financial crisis has brought several difficulties in essential public services and it could cause the total collapse of public security, health care, education, urban mobility and environmental management.

2 Rio hospitals were taken over by the Rio de Janeiro city government to allow doctors to keep receiving their paychecks. Some police stations are so underfunded that they have asked neighbors to donate basic items like toilet paper. Public workers and retirees have suffered months-long delays in receiving their money.

Rio calamity
Rio de Janeiro state authorities declared a state of public calamity amid a massive funding gap. The move is meant to trigger the release of additional federal funds.

When a nation goes broke, they ROB BANK ACCOUNTS of PRIVATE CITIZENS

Rio Olympics * Russian athletes ban
June 18, 2016
-  President Vladimir Putin has condemned the ban on Russian athletes participation in the Rio Olympics as unjust.  Yet, he believes a solution can be found.
Putin asked the heads of the Economic Forum - If someone in your family has committed a crime – would it be fair to prosecute all family members, including you personally?

Obama appears to be working very hard to goad Putin into war.

Fire in Rio's Olympic Village
July 30, 2016
 -  Fire in Rio's Olympic Village Forces Evacuation of 100 Australian Athletes.  A small fire broke out in the basement of the Australian quarters of the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, forcing the evacuation of about 100 athletes and officials.

The fire was confined to the carpark. No one was injured.  The fire was caused by a cigarette in a trash can, even though the Olympic Village is a non-smoking area.

Rio prostitutes offering 'early bird' special to Olympic athletes

    2016 Rio Olympics

Olympic welcome
Aug 6, 2016
 -  Rio repeated the phony global warming message of witchcraft.
Michel Temer, Brazil's unpopular interim president, had the honor of officially declaring the games open.  The Olympic cauldron was lit by Brazilian marathoner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima.

Rolling Eyes    SURVIVING the 2016 Olympic Games
Twitter hashtag #RioProblems chronicles the litany of disasters and disease plaguing the Olympics.  Issues such as violent crime, pollution and the Zika virus have marred Brazil’s first games.  “At this rate gold medals will be handed out just for surviving the Olympics”.

Sad   Rio commercials
Aug 6, 2016  -   NBC =  Nothing But Commercials
!  Olympics viewers revolt over constant commercials during NBC broadcast of the Olympic opening ceremonies. On Twitter viewers slammed NBC frequent commercial breaks Friday night.

Thanks NBC for showing the Olympic Opening Ceremony in the short breaks between commercials.  #nbcfail

CJ Comment
I found opening boring.   I did watch the model strut across the stage as 'Girl from Ipanema' was sung.  "tall and tan and young and lovely."  I tried to watch but the ads drove me to another channel.

Unidentified drone over Rio Olympics opening
debka  -  Although Brazil declared a no-fly zone for drones over Rio de Janeiro for the duration of the Olympic Games, an unidentified unmanned aerial vehicle was seen Aug. 6 hovering over the stadium.  The mystery drone over the Olympic stadium could have been sent by a terrorist organization to test Brazilian security readiness for an aerial attack.

Rio Olympics 2016
Wu wins diving gold for China
Aug 8, 2016
-  Wu Minxia became the first diver to win 5 Olympic golds when she sealed victory in the women's 3m synchronised springboard event with Shi Tingmao.  They beat Italy.  Australia took bronze.

Rio 2016 Olympics day-by-day guide

Saudi forfeits Rio match
Saudi Arabian competitor Joud Fahmy forfeited her judo match against Christianne Legentil from Mauritius at the Rio Olympic Games on Sunday, in a maneuver to avoid facing Israeli judo fighter Gili Cohen in the next round.  Fahmy dropped out to avoid competing against the Israeli judoka.

Israeli officials were outraged after the Lebanese delegation to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro prevented Israeli athletes from joining them on a bus to the opening ceremony on Friday.

IOC reprimanded Lebanese delegation
The heads of the International Olympic Committee summoned Lebanese delegation leader Salim al-Haj Nakoula at the Olympic Games in Rio to a hearing Sunday and reprimanded him for the incident caused by the Lebanese delegation’s refusal to share a bus for the opening ceremony Friday with the Israeli sportsmen and blocked their access to the bus door. The IOC informed Nakoula that this type of incident will not be tolerated if repeated. - debka

Rio Olympics
Aug 12, 2016    

38 medals  -  USA
30 medals  -  China
22 medals  -  Japan
19 medals  -  Russia

Aug 9, 2016    
Synchronised diving

China - gold
USA  -  silver
Great Britain -  bronze

Aug 10, 2016    
USA TOOK GOLD in women's gymnastics

Simone Biles Wins All-Around, Michael Phelps Gets 22nd Gold
Simone Biles takes gold in gymnastics, wins the individual all-around.

Evil or Very Mad   QUEERLYMPICS!
Drudge news headline link scrubbed in seconds!
Story Sparks Outrage among queer Olympians.  The Daily Beast is under fire after one of its writers lured closet queer athletes.


Rio Olympics
August, 2016

Aug 18, 2016  -  Camera comes down at Rio Olympics, injures several.  
The camera belonged to the International Olympic Committee’s official broadcasting unit.

BOOOOO!!!   Hissss!
Egyptian judoka refuses to shake Israeli opponent's hand
Egyptian judo fighter Islam El Shehaby was loudly booed at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics after his first-round loss to Israel's fifth-ranked Or Sasson, when El Shehaby refused to shake Sasson's hand, in a major breach of judo etiquette

Just outside Rio's Olympic Village, girls as young as 9 recruited and sold for sex

Swimmer Ryan Lochte
Aug 19, 2016
-  Ryan Lochte and Jimmy Feigen lied about robbery in Rio.  The swimmers were partying all night with two young women.  Police have recommended Lochte and Feigen be indicted for falsely reporting a crime.

Two of the 4 US swimmers caught up in the Ryan Lochte robbery debacle flew out of Rio, Brazil.  Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger departed in disgrace, leaving behind teammate Jimmy Feigen to face charges for falsely reporting a crime.  Ryan Lochte had already flown back to USA.

The US Olympic Committee and USA Swimming to issue apologies to Brazil and the Rio games, promising severe penalties for all 4 upon their return home.

Ryan Lochte
Aug 20, 2016
 -  U.S. Olympic swimmer said Ryan Lochte tore a metal poster off a wall and argued with armed security guards at a Rio gas station.  They had been in a taxi when they stopped at the gas station to use the bathroom, contradicting Lochte's initial account of being pulled over by gunmen posing as police.

Ryan Lochte, James Feigen Indicted in Brazil

I have no pity for them.  These disgusting guys had been partying and drinking all night outside the Olympic Village.  They had vandalized a gas station.  I believe the TRUTH and FACTS are NOT being told by media.  There had been rumors of queer sexual activity in Rio which is illegal there.  Were all athletes supposed to remain inside the Olympic area?
What Drives the Connection Between Eating Disorders and Certain Sports?

In her 2010 book Age Is Just a Number, swimming legend Dara Torres chronicles her all-consuming battle with bulimia during college. “I was extremely dark and moody,” she writes. “Pretty much all I thought about during college was what I ate, what I wanted to eat, what other people ate, what I’d need to do to get rid of the calories I’d ingested, how much exercise I got, and how I would look in my swimsuit when I mounted the blocks.”

While Torres has now recovered from her eating disorder from college days, when she was one of the nation’s best swimmers, she is among a special group vulnerable to eating disorcers: Athletes. High-profile athletes like gymnast Shawn Johnson, swimmer Amanda Beard and tennis star Monica Seles have all come forward with histories of this type of psychological disorder, particularly damaging to young competitive athletes.

In a 2004 study, researchers looked at the rates of EDs among athletes compared to non-athletes, and found that prevalence was higher in the more active set. Eating disorders were more common among women, and within lean- and weight-dependent sports like swimming, wrestling, gymnastics, and running. Roughly 35 percent of female athletes were high-risk for developing anorexia, and 38 percent for bulimia.

Certain sports — especially Olympic favorites like swimming, gymnastics, and track — provide the perfect conditions for an ED to take hold, according to Claire Mysko, CEO of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA). “Participants in sports that emphasize appearance, weight requirements or muscularity, such as gymnastics, diving, dance, bodybuilding, crew or wrestling, are particularly at risk,” she tells Yahoo Beauty. “Athletes in endurance sports, and sports that focus on the performance of the individual rather than a team — track and field, running, swimming, for example — are also at increased risk.”

This was definitely the case with former Olympic gold-medalist swimmer Misty Hyman, who suffered from disordered eating during her teenage years.

“Competitive swimming can be really extreme — you’re training a lot,” Hyman said earlier this month, according to USA Today. “You do have to have a lot of calories. You do end up with shoulders that are bigger than the average woman, sometimes bigger than your guy friends… Now, I see that as something that’s beautiful and strong, and I celebrate that. When I was a teen it was very hard to separate those ideas of what femininity is, what beauty is and what my identity was in relation to that as an athlete.”

Athletes are often operating in taxed, rigid conditions to train for their sport, dealing with the can-do-anything drive to alter their nutrition and appearance for desired results — making an eating disorder easy to develop, yet trickier to track and treat. They can hide in plain sight. While extremism is often lauded in competitive sports as a mechanism to get to the top, it’s also a key reason an ED can slide past friends, family and coaches, according to Jennifer Carter, PhD, Director of Sport Psychology at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and a former college swimmer.

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Rio Olympics
Aug 21, 2016    Rio hands Tokyo the Olympic flag for summer Games in 2020.

121 medals  -  USA   -   46 GOLD
70 medals  -  China
41 medals  -  Japan
56 medals  -  Russia
67 medals  -  Britain
42 medals  -  Germany
29 medals  -  Australia
42 medals  -  France
28 medals  -  Italy
22 medals  -  Canada Forum Index -> World NEWS
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