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Aussie Kim Jong-Un Impersonator Shows Up North Korean Cheer Squad

February 15, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The problem with having North Korea co-host the Winter Olympics is that freedom suffers: A Kim Jong-Un impersonator says he was dragged out of the Winter Olympics by “North Korean heavies” after turning up in character and dancing in front of regime cheerleaders. Photos taken today show the lookalike – who […]

AP Global Warming Alarmists Fear Winter Olympians’ Line Of Work Threatened

December 19, 2017 by


By Jay Maxson ~ The Associated Press is freaking out about global warming threatening the future of the Winter Olympics. AP Sports Writers Andrew Dampf and Eric Willemsen contributed to a doom-and-gloom story — run by USA Today Sports — stating that warming weather conditions are hampering U.S. and foreign Olympic ski team training opportunities. […]

US State Dept To Olympians: Hide Your Red, White And Blue

January 25, 2014 by


By Pamela Geller ~ This is the very slogan of the Obama Administration. How awful and un-American. Perhaps they would safer, Mr. President, if they all said the shahada. Ralph Lauren Unveils Team USA’s Opening Ceremony Uniforms for Sochi 2014 “US warns Olympians: Team colors will put you at risk,” By The NY Post, January […]

Sunday Information – Franz Klammer

April 17, 2011 by


This video shows what is probably one of the greatest single achievements in the history of Sport. To say that is a huge call, because there have been just so many truly great sporting achievements, over the long time that any sport has been played anywhere in the whole World. I have previously detailed another […]

Lydia Lassila Wins Second Gold Medal For Australia In Vancouver

February 25, 2010 by


[picapp align=”right” wrap=”false” link=”term=lydia+lassila&iid=8084490″ src=”7/6/c/9/Freestyle_Skiing_6de7.jpg?adImageId=10705427&imageId=8084490″ width=”380″ height=”467″ /] Lydia Lassila celebrates on the Podium at the Flower Presentation Ceremony immediately following her event. Lydia Lassila won her Gold Medal for the Womens Aerials in the Freestyle Skiing. This is one of the newer Sports that have started to come into the Winter Olympics, even though […]

Australia Adds Gold To Silver In Vancouver

February 19, 2010 by


[picapp align=”right” wrap=”false” link=”term=Torah+Bright&iid=8003427″ src=”2/9/9/d/Snowboard_Ladies_Halfpipe_7266.jpg?adImageId=10475691&imageId=8003427″ width=”380″ height=”570″ /] Australia’s Torah Bright reacts as her score goes up in the Final, placing her in the Gold Medal position. TORAH TORAH TORAH I couldn’t resist adding that heading! Torah Bright did today what the cream of sports people can only find a way to do. Put it […]

Obama The Figure Skater

February 17, 2010 by


By William Warren See more Cartoons by William Warren, and Great Articles at NetRight Nation Blog

Carpe Diem – Winter

February 14, 2010 by


In August of 2008, in the run up to the Summer Olympic Games, I told the story of Al Oerter in the post at this link. Al won Olympic Gold medals in the Field event, The Discus, at 4 consecutive Games. To win one event is a feat in itself considering you have to go […]

Australia And Winter Olympic Gold

February 13, 2010 by


Australia, as a small Country with a population of only 22 million has consistently punched well above its weight in World sport, evidenced by its standing in the overall Olympic winners of medals where it stands 8th on the overall count and 7th in the Gold medal count. However, when it comes to the Winter […]