Remember Michelle Jenneke? She's the Australian hurdler with the infectious dance. Nothing? Here's a refresher. She's back for this original video from The Chive, and she's dancing all over the place. Plus somebody eats pancakes with nunchucks. That's pretty much
The Olympics are always a forum for amazing stories of victory, defeat, overcoming obstacles and also succumbing to them. There have been several of these amazing moments so far in the 2012 London Olympic Games. But, the following story of defeat and heartbreak has been absent from major American media.
Every four years, I find myself watching sports that I ordinarily don't care about, thanks to the Summer Olympics. I'm talking about handball, archery, water polo, shooting, equestrian, kayaking, I could go on
There are a lot of memories from past Olympic games that countries can and will be proud of and spotlight to tourists when they visit either during or after the games. The 2008 games in Beijing, China have their large Bird's Nest structure, the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia still stands, just to name a few. Newest on that list is London's idea of a observation tower.
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