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SBD/August 7, 2012/Olympics
What's Trending From London: Something In The Water
Published August 7, 2012
Other Olympic tweets of interest:
The Guardian's Sam Jones: "#IOC now clarifying their claim that global #Olympic TV audience is 4.8bn. Now saying that is the 'potential' global TV audience."
Sky Sports' Orla Chennaoui: "LOCOG say empty velodrome seats could be people arriving late or going to buy coffee. Think I'd save that coffee until Hoy was done myself.."
BBC Radio's Gordon Farquhar: "Do the mini Minis collecting discus and hammers from field of play constitute advertising inside 'clean' Oly stadium? No say IOC."
ESPN's Darren Rovell: "Chinese Hurdler Liu Xiang was given the benefit of the doubt when he pulled out in Beijing. His failure today now makes him unmarketable."
U.S. Gold Medal-winning pole vaulter Jenn Suhr: "Who knew that everyone wants to talk to you when you win gold. Having a blast today at NBC."
U.S. Bronze Medal-winning tennis player Lisa Raymond: "Just got stopped at security due to my medal- happily obliged : ))"
Blogger Rush the Court: "Jalen Rose is right. Calling the US women's gymnastics team the 'Fab Five' is lazy. They actually won something."