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Any metal we get we should be proud, there are some countries that only have one athlete in the olympics so their chances are slim, compared to ours. And besides any medal count above China or the Koreas is a count to me.
Whatever country you're from, you should be proud! How could you not be? And especially if you have only one or two athletes competing as some countries do. Of course!!
British People should be very proud as the athletes are well on track to win more Medals than 2008
by MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago
What do you think about Olympic medal winners having to pay taxes on their winnings? Example: Gold medalist earns $25,000 has to pay $9,000!
by Greg Schweizer 23 months ago
Why do they have to have professional athletes in so many of the Olympic games these days?I believe that the Olympics should be like the days of old. I believe the younger athletes should have the opportunities for the sports. The pros that are there have already had or are getting there chance to...
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Do you ever root for an athlete who is not on your country's Olympic team?
by Beelzedad 8 years ago
Today decides the medal matchups.US vs. FinlandCanada vs. SlovakiaThe losers of these games will play for the Bronze on Saturday and the winners will play for Gold and Silver on Sunday.Slovakia has a strong team and could go all the way. If Canada plays like they did against Russia, they could go...
by Mr Tindle 5 years ago
Which Olympic Sports Are Played By Amateur Athletes And Which Are Played By Professionals?I remember when the Olympic basketball teams were made up of college athletes, but now they are professional NBA stars. Are all Olympic sports played by professional athletes though or just some? If so which...
by ngureco 5 years ago
What’s the actual value of gold and silver in an Olympic gold medal?How much does an Olympic gold medal weighs and what percentage of Olympic gold medal is gold and silver?
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