Attractive Olympians

Because face it, you really watch the Olympics for the talented hotties from all over the world...

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menoflondon2012:

Rhys Howden
(Australia, water polo) 

menoflondon2012:

Rhys Howden

(Australia, water polo) 

(Source: jennehbear)


mustyqueen:

Aliya Mustafina’s Eyes

mustyqueen:

Aliya Mustafina’s Eyes



Aug 10th at 4PM / via: sonosophy / op: sonosophy / tagged: aliya mustafina. w. russia. gymnastics. / 46 notes
dcaxeslinger:

Aliya Mustafina

dcaxeslinger:

Aliya Mustafina


typicalgymnast:

How is everyone on team usa so beautiful

typicalgymnast:

How is everyone on team usa so beautiful



Giorgio Avola —- Italy

Giorgio Avola —- Italy


shin a lam: the saddest and most neglected story from the 2012 olympics 

Aug 10th at 4PM / via: since-87 / op: since-87 / tagged: news. fencing. shin a lam. :(. / 34 notes

“Maybe I’m stubborn for thinking that the Olympics should be treated as and covered like a sporting event. But as someone working for a sports radio station, who watches sports for the sports rather than the frills and the pageantry, I have been disgusted by NBC’s coverage of these Games. Almost as disgusted as I am with whoever decided to let a 15 year old manage the clock in Olympic fencing.”



Romania’s gymnasts, Sandra Izbasa, Catalina Ponor, Diana Chelaru, Larisa Iordache, and Diana Bulimar. A dramatic example of how gymnasts have to adapt to changing bodies through their teens and why many make only a single olympic appearance. The women who have been to an Olympics before are on the far right and left, the young are in the middle.

Romania’s gymnasts, Sandra Izbasa, Catalina Ponor, Diana Chelaru, Larisa Iordache, and Diana Bulimar. 

A dramatic example of how gymnasts have to adapt to changing bodies through their teens and why many make only a single olympic appearance. The women who have been to an Olympics before are on the far right and left, the young are in the middle.




North Korea: No Medals Means Labor Camp 

 What if not winning a gold medal in the Olympics meant being cast out of society and forced into a labor camp when you returned home from London?

Such is the fate awaiting some North Korean athletes who fail to bring home medals. Adding insult to injury, the athletes are actually forced into training at a young age by the Communist Party’s Sports Committee.

(Source: attractiveolympians)



Aliya Mustafina —- Russia, Gymnastics 
Aliya Mustafina —- Russia, Gymnastics 

Aug 10th at 2PM / via: melswilliams / op: melswilliams / tagged: yes please. russian. gymnastics. w. / 2,211 notes
God Bless the Russian Gymnasts 


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