2010 Winter Olympics - Vancouver, Canada ... attended 10 events, plus the Opening & Closing Ceremonies

2010 Winter Olympics - Vancouver, Canada ... attended 10 events, plus the Opening & Closing Ceremonies

n the Seoul Games, 160 nations were represented by a total of 8391 athletes: 6197 men and 2194 women. 237 events were held. 27221 volunteers helped to prepare the Olympics. 11331 media (4978 written press and 6353 broadcasters) showed the Games all over the world.[1]    These were the last Olympic Games for two of the world's "dominating" sport powers, Soviet Union and East Germany, as both ceased to exist before the next Olympic Games.

n the Seoul Games, 160 nations were represented by a total of 8391 athletes: 6197 men and 2194 women. 237 events were held. 27221 volunteers helped to prepare the Olympics. 11331 media (4978 written press and 6353 broadcasters) showed the Games all over the world.[1] These were the last Olympic Games for two of the world's "dominating" sport powers, Soviet Union and East Germany, as both ceased to exist before the next Olympic Games.

Lake Placid USA 1980 Winter Olympics..was there and it was awesome. Meet Eric Heiden, speed skater his thigh(30") was bigger than my waist (27")!! very nice man and cute tooo!

Lake Placid USA 1980 Winter Olympics..was there and it was awesome. Meet Eric Heiden, speed skater his thigh(30") was bigger than my waist (27")!! very nice man and cute tooo!

Mirai Nagasu 2010 Winter Olympics SP

Mirai Nagasu 2010 Winter Olympics SP

Sanya Richards-Ross wins gold in women’s 400 meters..London Games 8/5/2012!

Sanya Richards-Ross wins gold in women’s 400 meters

Sanya Richards-Ross wins gold in women’s 400 meters..London Games 8/5/2012!

The 1980 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXII Olympiad, were celebrated in Moscow, Soviet Union from July 19, through August 3. The United States and other countries boycotted the games because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, though some athletes from boycotting countries participated under the Olympic Flag.

The 1980 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXII Olympiad, were celebrated in Moscow, Soviet Union from July 19, through August 3. The United States and other countries boycotted the games because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, though some athletes from boycotting countries participated under the Olympic Flag.

Mirai Nagasu, 14, U.S. Championships 2008, Gershwin's "I Got I Rhythm"

Mirai Nagasu, 14, U.S. Championships 2008, Gershwin's "I Got I Rhythm"

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