Re: Olympics: Gold medal swimmer admits to cheating in 100m breaststroke
"everyone’s pushing the rules and pushing the boundaries, so if you’re not doing it, you’re not trying hard enough"
= sports at the absolute highest level. It's all about finding the loopholes to gain an advantage.
Flopping in football/basketball etc. is "cheating". Going consistantly over the time limit in tennis is "cheating".
This seems like the fault of a poor, vague ruling and a terrible enforcement of it.
Educating MTF clowns one post at a time.
So many fanboys to troll, so little time.
Favourite tennis matches: 2011 US Open Final & 2012 Australian Open Final, starring Novak Djokovic & Rafael Nadal, showing us just how far science can take humanity.
The US Open Final was especially enjoyable, with 'Why are there white spots all over my body?' Djokovic and 'Why am I sweating boils?' Nadal embarked on a titanic battle, concluding with the inferior player, Nadal, entering a sort of delirious state of psychosis. This allowed him to, while showing very little fatigue, consume inhuman amounts of energy, before he literally ran his legs from underneath him. This is truly the stuff dreams are made of.