Five athletes who are participating in the Para-Olympics in Rio

Seoul Olympics in the year 1988, held a surprise for many. Paralympics are the Olympic Games for those athletes who are disabled was launched immediately after the Olympic Games. The athletes train hard and should not be dismissed for their physical disabilities and they give their all to represent…

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Worries about violence at Rio Olympics 2016

The 2016 Summer Olympics is all set to be held in one of the world’s leading party destinations – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 5-21, 2016. The opening ceremony is scheduled to take place at Rio’s famous Maracanã Football Stadium. Rio has already picked its motto: Live Your…

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Sally Pearson races for Australia in Olympics 2016

Sally Pearson is an Australian hurdle athlete. In 2010 she competed at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India and won Gold in the 100 meter hurdles. In South Korea in the 201l World championships she beat her own Oceanic record and the Australian national record for the 100 meter hurdles. She set a…

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Rio bid investigated for athletic corruption

Governing bodies for international sports competition have seen better days. FIFA recently lost a significant amount of their reputation following a corruption investigation that led to the removal of many top executives. A similar movement has been occurring in relation to the Olympics, including…

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No surgery necessary for transgender athletes at Olympic Rio

There are many things that are talked about when it comes to the Olympics but now there has been a new announcement. Transgendered athletes will not have to have surgery before competing at Olympic Rio. They have the right to be part of the Olympics and compete in the events without having to…

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Olympics 2016: Brazil facing severe financial Cutbacks

The 2016 Olympics were awarded to Brazil, but there is an issue that has arisen. The Rio Olympic Games have been hit with some major budget cuts, reportedly approximately 30%. The organizers for the 2016 Olympic Games have been forced to implement serious cutbacks financially so that they…

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Bruce Jenner and the Olympics

A lot of you can hear different stories about Caitlyn Jenner, former Bruce Jenner, about her life, family and happiness. And we are so happy for her, but what is maybe little bit sad is that the story of Caitlyn overshadowed Bruce’s success when he was young. He was one of the most famous…

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The United States Relay Team Stripped of London 2012 Silver

The United States have been stripped of their London Olympic medals given to the 4x100m relay team in 2012, report the media. The decision came as a consequence of one of the team's players positive drug test. Tyson Gay was suspended for a year after testing positive for an anabolic steroid. The…

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Facts about 2012 Olympics

The 2012 Summer Olympics are known as London 2012 was a major international multi-sport event celebrated in the tradition of the Olympic Games. We all remember how people were excited about this event, but we will give you some interesting facts you probably didn't know about the Olympics. An…

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New Poll gives Hamburg the edge in 2024 Olympic race

The level of citizen support when it comes to Germany hosting the 2024 Olympics for those citizens who are living in Hamburg is higher than that of people who are leaving in Berlin, the German Olympic Sports Confederation said. This was confirmed via a tweet that was posted on Tuesday evening by…

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2016 Summer Olympics

The 2016 Summer Olympics games are known as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad. They will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and they will last from August 5, 2016 to August 21, 2016. The motto for these games is ‘’Live your passion’’ or on Portuguese ‘’Viva sua…

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The 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games

The 2015 Special Olympic Games will be help in the Los Angeles starting on July 25th and ending on August the 2th. This is the first special Olympic Games held in the US in last 16 years. But, this is a third time that Olympic Games are held in Los Angeles. Previously they were held in 1932 and…

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Unfortunate loss of potential U.S. Olympic skiers

This Monday, a terrible tragedy took the lives of two incredible young boys as they scrambled up the side of a mountain in Austria. A deadly avalanche buried two potential Olympic skiers, Ronnie Berlack and Bryce Astle, leaving nothing but deep snow in its wake. Berlack was 20 years old, and Astle…

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USOC offers Boston as next Olympics site

After the rough-and-tumble Olympics held in Russia in 2012, and the upcoming 2016 Olympics to be held in Brazil, America is eager for its turn hosting the world-wide affair. On Thursday, the U.S. Olympic leaders have cast a bid with the Olympics committee for the next international sports event to…

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