2012 Summer Olympics: Beyond the Medals
For the average Olympics junkie (myself included), the days immediately following the four-year international extravaganza can be somewhat of an emotional letdown. And even with the smattering of talk show appearances by various Olympians, it just isn’t the same without any swimming, track and field, soccer, volleyball – or even lesser known disciplines like archery, badminton and equestrian – left to watch.
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