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So cute, I want to cry.

Guys - I didn’t yet find the the strength and courage to see the olympics medal ceremony.

(Source: federerroger)

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merelygifted:

Usain, Yohan give Jamaica birthday gift
LONDON, England:
Ernesto might have spared Jamaica, for the most part, but the world felt the effects of ‘Hurricane Bolt’ when Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt successfully defended his Olympic 100m title, sprinting to an Olympic record 9.63, as Jamaica booked its third and fourth medals at these games - the perfect gift to a nation celebrating its 50th year of Independence today.
“It’s wonderful, it’s a wonderful feeling to give Jamaica a gold medal and defend my title, and I know that everybody is happy and tomorrow (today) when the national anthem is played, I think it will be even greater for all of us,” said an elated Bolt after his race.
World Champion Yohan Blake equalled his personal best 9.75 to win the silver medal ahead of American Justin Gatlin, who recorded a 9.79 clocking and the youngster also had a special birthday wish for his homeland.
“Jamaica we ‘likkle but we tallawah’, it’s been great and tomorrow (today) is going to be a special moment for us on the podium,” said Blake, who joins Herb McKenley (1952), Lennox Miller (1968) and Donald Quarrie (1976) as Olympic 100m silver medallists. …
(via HURRICANE BOLT - Lead Stories - Jamaica Gleaner - Monday | August 6, 2012)

merelygifted:

Usain, Yohan give Jamaica birthday gift

LONDON, England:

Ernesto might have spared Jamaica, for the most part, but the world felt the effects of ‘Hurricane Bolt’ when Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt successfully defended his Olympic 100m title, sprinting to an Olympic record 9.63, as Jamaica booked its third and fourth medals at these games - the perfect gift to a nation celebrating its 50th year of Independence today.

“It’s wonderful, it’s a wonderful feeling to give Jamaica a gold medal and defend my title, and I know that everybody is happy and tomorrow (today) when the national anthem is played, I think it will be even greater for all of us,” said an elated Bolt after his race.

World Champion Yohan Blake equalled his personal best 9.75 to win the silver medal ahead of American Justin Gatlin, who recorded a 9.79 clocking and the youngster also had a special birthday wish for his homeland.

“Jamaica we ‘likkle but we tallawah’, it’s been great and tomorrow (today) is going to be a special moment for us on the podium,” said Blake, who joins Herb McKenley (1952), Lennox Miller (1968) and Donald Quarrie (1976) as Olympic 100m silver medallists. …

(via HURRICANE BOLT - Lead Stories - Jamaica Gleaner - Monday | August 6, 2012)

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Roger Federer of the Switzerland Olympic men’s tennis team carries his country’s flag to lead out the delegation during the Opening Ceremony for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics

Please Roger, carrie again the Swiss flag ♥ If not I would want to cry.

(Source: tennisbg)

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