Dana Faletic, rowing, Australia
Derval O'Rourke, hurdles, Ireland
It's decided. The 1992 Dream Team was better.
It's okay. British people suck at sports. It all equals out.
Lots of LA Galaxy fans, I guess.
Es muy blinding.
He's tough for a fan, though.
Lady Andrade, soccer, Colombia
Semen Antonov, basketball, Russia
Michael Arms, rowing, New Zealand
Fanny Babou, swimming, France
Ibrahim Balla, boxing, Australia
Jack Bauer, cycling, New Zealand
Sergiy Bezugliy, canoe, Azerbaijan
Quentin Bigot, hammer throw, France
Usain Bolt, track, Jamaica
Lars Boom, cycling, Netherlands
Andreas Bube, track, Denmark
Jack Butland, soccer, Great Britain
Imran Butt, hockey, Pakistan
Linas Butt, hockey, Germany
Rehan Butt, hockey, Pakistan
"I know most people don't necessarily dream of working at Home Depot, but it's a good job. And they offer benefits and everything to full-time employees," said Heckerdt. "I'm proud to work here."
That's why Heckerdt bristles at fellow employees who don't give their all when it comes to providing customers with the best possible experience while purchasing home improvement and construction goods. One particular employee, Michael Phelps who works 3 to 9 pm, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday under Heckerdt has recently drawn the ire of his boss.
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"People forget that we are welcoming the greatest athletes in the world," said Sebastian Coe. "The biggest and strongest in the world. People willing to accept any challenge. And now we give them the challenge of protecting themselves, Olympic spectators and the historic city of London during the upcoming London Games. We know they will rise to the occasion."
The failure by private security firm G4S escalated fears that the London Games could be targeted by violence or terrorism, but Coe reminded his nation that more than 100 Olympians are trained in martial activities.
"Taekwondo, judo, boxing. I know I wouldn't want to mess with those people," said Coe. "And those are just a few examples. Sprinters could be used to chase down villains, while athletes competing in swimming, sailing, rowing, canoe and kayak will keep our waterways safe. At least that's the idea because it's our only option now."
He just lost a lot of votes with the no personal hygiene demographic.