Day 2 of the games and all the fun of the fair brought to you by Ken Taki Friedchickenous.
A 9 and 10 respectively shot Nicholas Touzaint into the lead after the dressage event. Just what we needed a Frog on top of an event which is normally dominated by some arrogant git.
In the team event the British are ahead of the Frogs after the dressage events. It's not as if the French are unpopular but there's a whole mess of glue thats jumping over fences instead of pasting in posters.
Call me half baked and pop me back in the oven but I don't see why they should carry on with these events. I mean what is the point in staging any event where the surrender monkeys could win it?
I would rather the whole event was rained out rather than....but I digress.
China is currently on top.
Great to see the Aussie Cobbers in 2nd, Japan in 3rd and the USA in 4th.
I hate to mention it but the Frogs aren't anywhere to be seen. Surely dressage should just be scrapped just in case.....
These were rescheduled for tommorow due to bad weather.
We can only speculate on the very real fear that there would be boats in more water than had originally been designated for the event.
Spain and Britain have been banned from competing with each other due to last Games' unfortunate "Armada Incident".
Womens Beach Volleyball
I watched with great interest the Sweden versus Italy game. I am fascinated by anything mechanical.
What a great contest it was watching the spunky blondes battle it out with the black haired Italian beauties.
They were sweating and jumping, falling and pouting, this was the pinnacle of sports. In order to capture the finer points I've watched it over and over on my DVD player.
Just now I'll look up the score on the internet so I can pass it on to you. I know the Swedes won...I think...maybe not.
Seems to be going ahead despite the weather. Maybe they never heard the forecast...maybe they should row in the pool.....
The Americans take on Khazakstan with the condition that they hear the Khazis speak before they take the water. Rumours that the Khazakstan keeper only learned to walk erect and entered the Village in search of the secret of fire have been roundly dismissed.
Chris Hoy from the British half of the coalition of the williiiiiiiiiiiiiing came off his bike what. What? Came off his bike what. That was in the Olympic Village on Satdee.
He tried to overtake a bus but came off. He admitted being scared at first, examing his body..which is fine..as did some local women which was fine...and then one of his team mates which was...the reason he locks his door at night.