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Daily Archive for September 4th, 2012

Buy the water from Mo Farah’s ice bath, if you’re feeling extra creepy

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Some odd Olympic memorabilia is often for sale — like a gnome on a pommel horse — but this one may take the cake. Mo Farah won two golds for Great Britain in London, and now water that he took an ice bath in is for sale.

From eBay seller rklassman:

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Buy the water from Mo Farah’s ice bath, if you’re feeling extra creepy

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Some odd Olympic memorabilia is often for sale — like a gnome on a pommel horse — but this one may take the cake. Mo Farah won two golds for Great Britain in London, and now water that he took an ice bath in is for sale.

From eBay seller rklassman:

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South African swimmer has ultimate motivation: Fear of the shark that bit off his leg

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Athletes always need motivation to achieve their best performances. For some, that push comes in the form of their own indomitable inner competitiveness. For others, it may be a perceived slight by an opponent or the press.

None of those motivation…

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South African swimmer has ultimate motivation: Fear of the shark that bit off his leg

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Athletes always need motivation to achieve their best performances. For some, that push comes in the form of their own indomitable inner competitiveness. For others, it may be a perceived slight by an opponent or the press.

None of those motivation…

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Shock: Oscar Pistorius loses 200m Paralympic race, alleges winner had unfair advantage

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On the track, speed is everything, but it’s not the only thing. A little dose of grace and humility also helps.
At the London 2012 Games, South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius wowed the world when he became the first double amputee ever to compete in… [Read More]
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Shock: Oscar Pistorius loses 200m Paralympic race, alleges winner had unfair advantage

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On the track, speed is everything, but it’s not the only thing. A little dose of grace and humility also helps.
At the London 2012 Games, South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius wowed the world when he became the first double amputee ever to compete in… [Read More]
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