" If I give everything I own to the poor and even go to the stake to be burned as a martyr, but I donít love, Iíve gotten nowhere. So, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, Iím bankrupt without love." - 1 Corinthians 13
Well I mean they have the World baseball Classic so they can surely have Olympic Baseball.
Here is a wiki article on the whole baseball in the Olympics thing:
Sounds like it can only come back if it becomes a bit more international.
Well, since this thread is about the London games and not past or future games, we can only hope that maybe there will be enough interest to at least demonstrate it again in Rio de Janeiro. In the meantime, the US team had a disappointing finish in the men's team gymnastics, won by China. The pleasant surprise was that the hosts won their first medal in the sport since 1912, a bronze.
Let's hope our women do better tomorrow night.
Looking at the link Rick gave, our hopes will have to be for 2020. Golf and Rugby will return to the Games in Rio, though. It might have been interesting to see them have those sports in London, especially golf considering the history that sport has in Britain and the courses they could use there.
How bout that teenager Missile Missy from Colorado. I think I read her feet are size 11, her dad calls them mini flippers.
Batboy: Get a hit Crash!
Crash: Shut up!
Backer of Rockies and Yankees.
Looks like women's beach volley ball team has struggled to dominate this time around, though they are still winning.
Phelps is like a no-show this time around.
Swimming is a young man's sport. No surprise there.
Strikeouts are boring - besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls. More democratic. ~Bull Durham
~1 John 4:19~
Phelps has obviously regressed since 2008. It would've been nearly impossible to hold up those performances at Beijing. What was once an unmatched butterfly stroke is now "only" good enough for second place. But it was good to see some of the remnants of the old Phelps in his untouchable 200 meter freestyle to break the record in number of medals won by an individual.
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