Tag: beijing08

  • #50/#99 & #51/#100

    Wow. China managed to win 51 Gold Medals and 100 medals in total. Wow. However, under FPM’s real medal tally, I think we will “lose” to the USA. Haha. Coz the USA just racked up a few team medals: Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Men’s volleyball, 4x400m relay Men’s and Women’s. Look at 邹市明‘s shoes: a…

  • 中国击剑、曲棍 球、花样游泳、男女篮

    聂卫平炮轰郎平   奥运会开始前,同为80年代体坛巨星的聂卫平便对郎平执教美国女排与中国女排为敌表示“很不喜欢”:“自己人把自己人打赢了,很有意思吗?别忘 了,你们是中国人!”郎平对聂卫平的评论一笑置之,不仅率领美国女排在本届奥运会小组赛中击败了中国女排,还一路高歌打进了女排决赛,虽然最终屈居亚军, 但仍无愧本届奥运会最成功的外籍教练之一。联想到法国人鲍埃尔、韩国人金昶伯、日本人井村雅代、立陶宛人尤纳斯、澳大利亚人马赫等则帮助中国击剑、曲棍 球、花样游泳、男女篮取得好成绩,我们不禁要对聂棋圣说一声:狭隘爱国主义可以休矣。

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  • 2 points!

    2 points! The Cuban was not happy about a disqualification and he made his point. 2 points! For both! Ouch!

  • 陈中输了

    ” 奥运官网8月23日讯 北京时间8月23日奥运会跆拳道女子67公斤以上级的1/4决赛在北京科技大学体育馆举行,我国选手陈中以1-0险胜英国选手史蒂文森晋级四强。赛后,英国队提出上诉,他们认为英国选手的一记下劈踢到了陈中头部,应该得到两分。   裁判委员会经过观看录像回放,认为英国选手史蒂文森进攻有效,因为跆拳道比赛中击中对手头部将得到2分,因此比赛改判为英国选手2比1获胜,已经在奥运会两连冠的陈中错失实现三连冠的机会。(新体) “ Sigh. 4 out of our 5 golden moments didn’t happen. Crap. And then we added Nadal… The first one was China’s first gold. We somehow managed to predict that 杜丽 would fail to repeat. Our first gold came from weightlifting. She didn’t wear our shoes though. We had tees, and…

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  • Oh man. Beast x 4!!!!

    “COME ON MAN NOW RUN!!!!” “WHAT YOU AIN’T GONNA RUN?!?!? I AM GOING TO CHASE YOUR SLOW ASS BITCH!! YOU KNOW I SHOULD BE RUNNING THE LAST LEG BUT YOUR SHOE IS FANCIER THAT’S WHY YOU ARE THE ANCHOR!!!!!” “NOW THAT’S MY BOY!!! DON’T THINK YOU CAN GO ANYWHERE BITCH I GAVE YOU A ROYAL…

  • Hold on to your sticks

    “Hey! Heeey! Over here! The stick is over here!” “I will stick mine right here, okay?” (wrong shoe) “Hey don’t force it behind me, girl!” “My love, I reckon yours is a tad too short.”

  • Holy Crap

    Bolt. 100m + 200m + 2 world records. Definitely one of the greatest ever participated in the games. He is in the league of great athletes as Carl Lewis and Michael Johnson. Wait, no, he is the first guy in the world that managed to break both records, win both medals in the same event.…

  • Please! Don’t just go after the money!

    Please sign him; Please sign with us! Don’t follow Yao’s footsteps!