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  • EPelle
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    Olympic Gymnast Barbie

    Olympic Gymnast Barbie!
    Reaching for the goal
    Can she win if she's the best with her magic tumbling ring?
    Yes! Nothing she can't do
    Olympic Gymnast Barbie
    Part of the red, white, and blue! (Lyric to Olympic Barbie commercial)

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  • EPelle
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    2000 Olympic commercial commentary:

    http://deseretnews.com/sydney/view/1,34 ... 00,00.html

    << "Look, would it be too much to ask if NBC would just let us watch the Olympic track meet without pausing every five minutes for an up-close-and-personal look at (fill in the name) overcoming (fill in the adversity) to come from (fill in the country) to Australia for the Olympics? Memo to NBC: Relax. You don't have to entertain us — what do you think the Olympics is for!" >>

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  • EPelle
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    Speaking of race walkers:

    The Polish double Olympic champion Robert Korzeniowski lost his world record to the Russians this past weekend...

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  • MJD
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    >http://www.cnn.com/


    Looks like the non yanks may not be able to see that. We get directed to an international site(at least in Canada):

    http://edition.cnn.com/

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  • marknhj
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    In my profession (running conventions with massive amounts of freight), we refer to them as, "Day and a Half Late).

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  • sl
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    Olympic year ad amusement

    Every Olympic year, you'll see companies jump on the bandwagon with track-themed ad campaigns. The efforts can be amusing at times. A friend just pointed out this DHL ad (left side of the page linked to). It appears to depict the first-ever racewalk contested in lanes.

    http://www.cnn.com/
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