I was until I noticed that over 60% of 'our' Olympians were public school educated and the vast majority of 'our' success arrived in 'sports' which the majority of citizens in the UK (let alone in the rest of the developing and third world) are economically/socially unable to participate in. 'Our' success in what I would deem 'proletarian' events wasn't that impressive. I believe on the track the Cubans and Belarusians outperformed team GB...
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- As featured in The Independent.
"as much a news event as an actual footballer, a worthy stop-start centre forward, but an all-time hyper-galactico when it comes to doing funny things with cars and hats, a player whose signing proves once again that the Premier League is still undoubtedly the best in the world when it comes to doing things with cars and hats."
- Barney Ronay on Mario Balotelli
Maybe after a couple.
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Definitely happy. For 22 million people, we went great, second on the adjusted medal tally - that is where they match medals to population. We did well in the pool with the women, but no other areas were stand outs to me. Still very happy.
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