Let's Get Social
Olympic athletes celebrated International Taekwondo Day on September 4th! Back in 1994, the IOC welcomed the sport as an Olympic discipline and the celebratory day was established in 2006. I've always seen the sport as one of the most geographically diverse on the Olympic program, since from 2000 38 nations have won at least one medal - including Vietnam, Gabon, Dominican Republic, Afghanistan, Tunisia, and Niger.
Happy Birthday, Gergo!
Morten Thoresen gives us a laugh with a smile.
Clarisse Agbegnenou shines rejuvenated-ly.
72 centimeters away from a world record!
Piotr Lisek shows us muscles.
Surfers often have great opportunities for great shots...
Enjoying the scenery with Aleksander Aamodt Kilde.
Adrian Ben rides a big one.
Team Canada supports Calgary Pride!
Finally, Benoit Paire gives us a hello from quarantine!
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Above: Athens' Kallimarmaro, the site of the 1896 Summer Olympics
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