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Olympic Athletes support Mitt Romney.

Mitt Romney saved the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics after 9/11.

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Tim Tebow running in motion shirtless at NY Jets training camp.  Tim has won the genetic lottery.  Since I am a professional fitness trainer, hold a BS degree in physical education, I  can comment on his physique. I was a professional athlete myself.  He needs to incorporate  cardiovascular endurance. He has love handles at his age. So, Tim if you are reading this blog, get on the treadmill or elliptical at training camp.  You will have more endurance in your football career.

Keep reading your Bible. The Jets need God on their side during the 2012 NFL football season.

Someone has placed a tune to the video. 🙂 Enjoy.

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US Soccer star Abby Wambach gets sucker punched in the eye by Colombian opponent. Despite her black eye, the 32-year-old striker went on in the second half to score a goal and break the U.S. women’s soccer record for goals at the Olympics with a tally of six

The US won 3-0 over Colombia.

Sorry, the You Tube was taken down.

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Psalm 56:10-13

10 In God, whose word I praise,
in the Lord, whose word I praise—
11 in God I trust and am not afraid.
What can man do to me?

12 I am under vows to you, my God;
I will present my thank offerings to you.
13 For you have delivered me from death
and my feet from stumbling,
that I may walk before God
in the light of life.

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London 2012 Olympic flame ‘goes out’ as cauldron is moved. It is supposed to burn throughout the entire Olympics until the end.  But witnesses saw it go out at 11:14 pm Sunday. Olympic organizers have now confirmed it was extinguished to allow staff to move the cauldron to another part of the venue over the weekend. The final position of the cauldron has already attracted some criticism after it was disclosed it would not be visible outside the stadium.

Was it moved because of safety  (winds) or that people who didn’t have tickets could view the flame?

Jackie Brock-Doyle, director of communications for the London Olympics organizers implied,

The cauldron has been put out while we move it to another part of the stadium.”

It is not uncommon for a flame to go out and this can happen for a number of reasons, for example, in extreme winds.”

We keep the mother flame alight in specially designed miners’ lanterns so if the flame does go out for some reason we re-light it from the source of the flame.”

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