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    Yea! Just what we need, an article with more jingoistic blather. Makes me just so damn proud that in order to experience "American Excellence" we need to redefine the parameters.
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    I'm already tired of hearing Bolt say, "I'm the fastest man in the world." Yea,...we know, we know. And I love how he is trying to get his bolt arm gesture to go viral like Tebowing,...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyME54 View Post
    Asians aren't good at track and field. We excel more at sports which require discipline and skill. But give us time and soon you'll see us out there giving countries like u.s. and Jamaica a run for their money (literally). Just like a few Olympics ago there were hardly any Asian swimmers but this London Olympics the chinese, Japanese , and even Koreans have had some pretty amazing swimmers.
    There is one Chinese hurdler, Liu Xiang who won gold in Athens but had to pull out in Beijing due to injury, who was favored to win in London but failed because his injury started bothering him again. There's a heartbreaking video of this race if you want to watch it, I'd suggest you google it.
    Omigosh, yes. After he fell, he left and came back to "finish" the race. It brought tears to my eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyME54 View Post
    Asians aren't good at track and field. We excel more at sports which require discipline and skill.
    Cuz, you know, sports that asians don't play don't require either of those things.
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    Track and field would require tons of discipline and skill, just like most, if not all, sports.


    So tired of hearing Bolt's interviews already....

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