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Most Inspiring Olympics Moments with Beth Tweddle, David Rushida, Manteo Mitchell
#7: Beth Tweddle wins her Olympic Medal
Tweddle had waited twelve years to get her hands on an Olympic medal. When finally she took home the bronze in Uneven Bars, she was a brilliant reminder to us all that hard work pays off. . . in the end.
#6: David Rushida Breaks 800m world Record to Win
Here’s one result that wasn’t a shock to anybody: Rushida winning the 800m gold. We all knew it was going to happen. Hat we didn’t know was that we would witness the greatest 800m race in history and the breaking of the world record.
Rushida’s run was a masterpiece. No performance in the 30th Olympiad will come close to the perfection with which Rushida ran the 800m. We witnessed a god ofat his finest. Millions will remember this run forever.
#5: The Opening Ceremony
This one is bound to split opinions. Just as many people seem to have loved the ceremony as those who disliked it. The opening ceremony may not have been to the likes of all, but there is one thing which cannot be doubted: it was a brave and unique artistic creation by Danny Boyle.
Boyle made some great artistic decisions which truly paid homage toGreat Britain. And amongst it’s brilliance were moments we will remember forever: the Queen with James Bond being amongst the favourites.
#4: Manteo Mitchell finished 4 x 400m Relay with a Broken Leg
It’s hard not to be inspired by a man who breaks his leg and goes on to complete the race so that theUSAcould qualify in their heat of the 4x400m relay. Mitchell has said that he felt a pop in his leg and knew it wasn’t good. Having a team of three otherdepending on him to keep their dream of gold alive, Mitchell felt he had no choice but to complete the race. The injury was later diagnosed as a broken leg which will take 4 – 6 weeks to heal.