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2021-07-26 6:01:09 PM  
52 votes:
To recap just some of the story: In Sochi, the Russians constructed a building adjacent to the drug-testing lab and then cut a hole in the wall. Each night, after the lab closed, workers passed dirty athlete samples out and clean samples in.

Two predictable things happened: Russia won the most medals. Not a single Russian tested positive. When they got done doping the Olympics, they then did the same at the Paralympics as well, which seems particularly pathetic. Russia won the most medals there, too, of course, more than three times the next-best country.


Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.
 
2021-07-26 6:07:40 PM  
40 votes:

OgreMagi: The IOC should have banned Russians, entirely.


Yeah, I mean... I'd feel bad for the athletes, but if they aren't going to ban the Russian athletes themselves then they need to be a lot more strict about wiping Russian symbolic representation out of the Games entirely.

Create an independent athletes bin, kind of like the refugee team, that everyone from banned nations gets dumped into rather than let them negotiate this "ROC" bullsh*t.  That group should have a standardized uniform that doesn't show any national colors, restrict the music that they can play during routines, and play an Olympics standard song during medal ceremonies.  They're there for themselves, not for a nation, and make it clear that outward attempts to represent their nation publicly will get them DQ'd or medals forfeited.  If they don't like that, don't compete.
 
2021-07-26 4:19:50 PM  
38 votes:
Russian athletes who pass a drug test are allowed to compete. Just not for Russia.

It is Russia itself that is banned.

Don't punish the athlete for dumb shiat their country does. This is the lesson learned from 80/84.
 
2021-07-26 5:56:23 PM  
32 votes:
The olympics not showing Taiwan's flag is a farking travesty. Tell the chicoms to get farked.
 
2021-07-26 5:54:24 PM  
31 votes:
The IOC should have banned Russians, entirely.
 
2021-07-26 6:11:51 PM  
24 votes:
F*ck Russia....everyone should have been banned.  This "ROC" thing is a joke.
 
2021-07-26 6:48:55 PM  
17 votes:

Ishkur: Russian athletes who pass a drug test are allowed to compete. Just not for Russia.

It is Russia itself that is banned.

Don't punish the athlete for dumb shiat their country does. This is the lesson learned from 80/84.


I disagree. This was not some minor doping scandal where and individual athlete cheated. This was cheating organized and facilitated but the Russian government on a large scale. What happened at the Sochi games was so egregious the IOC needed to send a clear statement that such conduct was reprehensible. If it had been my call every Russian that participated in Sochi would have had their names stricken from the Olympic record and all medals revoked, dirty or clean, and Russian participation in the Olympics would be barred until they fully admit to what they did plus an additional decade. That means no Russian athletes, IOC officials, biding, etc. In addition, because they abused their "host nation" status, Russia would be barred from hosting the Olympics for a period of no less that 25 years.

As it stands now Russians are competing and wearing Russia's colors. For all intents and purposes they are competing for Russia, so in fact the repercussions are so trivial as to be pointless. So, regardless of the impact on the individuals themselves I'm of the opinion that Russian athletes shouldn't be there in any capacity. As for the poor Russian athletes impacted all I can offer is:

1. Life isn't fair.
2. If you're looking for someone to blame, start and stop with your own leaders and officials.
3. Consider relocating to a nation that doesn't have to cheat to win.
 
2021-07-26 6:28:16 PM  
14 votes:

Ishkur: Russian athletes who pass a drug test are allowed to compete. Just not for Russia.

It is Russia itself that is banned.

Don't punish the athlete for dumb shiat their country does. This is the lesson learned from 80/84.


What's the difference? If you couldn't figure it out, this olympics have made it clear, there isn't one.

'Russia' was never competing because that's not a thing, athletes from Russia under the Russian flag are. They still are, and they're making it very clear that they are Russians competing in the Olympics. As in, there was no punishment of Russia.
 
2021-07-26 6:48:23 PM  
13 votes:

LineNoise: Should Japan or Germany be allowed to compete or host, ever again, because of that pesky trying to take over half the world stuff and atrocities that went with it, which also caused the cancellation of the games in the process?


Both of whom had their wartime governments replaced, and are now far removed from said governments, whereas the Russian government and its sporting organizations are still intact.
 
2021-07-26 6:17:50 PM  
13 votes:
I've seen intel reports about the shenanigans they pull beyond doping. Let's just say that they are not above manipulating the draw to get their people into the best possible path to the medal round.
 
2021-07-26 6:45:55 PM  
12 votes:

SMB2811: What's the difference?


Half the Russian team isn't here. Because they failed doping tests or their programs were completely dismantled (or they were banned) after evidence of systemic doping fraud.

(Only 335 athletes from Russia are at these games. For comparison, America has sent 613)

The other half were tested vigorously and were admitted under a neutral banner. They don't get to hear the Russian anthem nor see the Russian flag when they win medals. I guess they can wear the colors but who cares.

Point is Russia isn't represented at these games which is a huge slight to someone with an ego as massive as Putin's. He doesn't like this one bit and now he's biatching and crying about it. So is China, but for different reasons.

Autocracies can be very sensitive and insecure about what the world thinks of them.
 
2021-07-26 6:57:44 PM  
10 votes:

docilej: This is as bad as the '92 Winter Games where the former USSR (now a collection of separate countries)was able to compete as a 'united team'.


The ussr broke up 25 December 1991 completely unexpectedly. To have each new county file individual applications with less than a years notice from the games start is unreasonable.
 
2021-07-26 6:13:52 PM  
7 votes:

foo monkey: To recap just some of the story: In Sochi, the Russians constructed a building adjacent to the drug-testing lab and then cut a hole in the wall. Each night, after the lab closed, workers passed dirty athlete samples out and clean samples in.

Two predictable things happened: Russia won the most medals. Not a single Russian tested positive. When they got done doping the Olympics, they then did the same at the Paralympics as well, which seems particularly pathetic. Russia won the most medals there, too, of course, more than three times the next-best country.

Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.


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2021-07-26 8:17:15 PM  
6 votes:
The russian athletes are treating the ban as a joke and purposely flaunting their nation despite the ban.  They know they cheated and think it's perfectly acceptable, so are annoyed they got banned when they were caught.  That's why a total ban would have been appropriate.
 
2021-07-26 7:49:30 PM  
5 votes:

LineNoise: AlgaeRancher: So who beat us at men's volleyball?

Am i the only one who remembers that summer or two where mens volleyball was HUGE like 25, 30 years ago?.

Like, i swear i had MULTIPLE nintendo games based around it. Everyone tried to play volleyball. Like whoever were the big stars were dinner table conversation wherever you went.


Who doesn't remember that?
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/playin' with the boys
 
2021-07-26 7:10:08 PM  
5 votes:

Geotpf: Ever again might be too long. I'd give them a decade long ban.


Or when Russia stops being run by degenerates. That might take a while
 
2021-07-26 6:05:59 PM  
5 votes:
Russia?  You mean Northwest Taiwan?
 
2021-07-26 7:57:02 PM  
4 votes:
ONE gold medal in an Olympics where the best didn't play. Good job, inferior country.

Remember when we won in YOUR barn? We made it look like a clinical formality. It was almost boring the way we won so easily. 1 goal against in the entire 2nd round. You couldn't even get past the quarter finals.

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Or howabout 2010. Remember when we scored 4 goals on you in one period, en route to a 7-3 rout? In fact, let's watch Rick Nash's goal, it's just so epic.

Rick Nash goal vs Russia
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The only tournaments that matter are Canada Cups (76,81,84,87,91), World Cups (96, 04), and the Olympics from 98-14. Those are the only best-on-best tournaments hockey has ever offered. Of those 12 tournaments, Canada has won 8 of them (USA, Czechia, Sweden, USSR won the others). I don't count that weird World Cup thing the NHL did in 2016 because it was a gimmick involving only NHL players with no IIHF participation so it's not a true best-on-best, but Canada won that too.

So yeah. Enjoy your faux-gold in a shiatty c-grade tournament against amateur opposition because you know that when it comes to REAL hockey tournament where Canada sends its A-team, you get pantsed every time (except for 81. That's your one. But it was also 40 years ago).
 
2021-07-26 7:34:55 PM  
4 votes:

moto-geek: The thing is, the Olympics have almost always been about politics and dick-measuring even in ancient times.


That's why the athletes were nude.
 
2021-07-26 6:13:27 PM  
4 votes:

Geotpf: foo monkey: To recap just some of the story: In Sochi, the Russians constructed a building adjacent to the drug-testing lab and then cut a hole in the wall. Each night, after the lab closed, workers passed dirty athlete samples out and clean samples in.

Two predictable things happened: Russia won the most medals. Not a single Russian tested positive. When they got done doping the Olympics, they then did the same at the Paralympics as well, which seems particularly pathetic. Russia won the most medals there, too, of course, more than three times the next-best country.

Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.

Ever again might be too long.  I'd give them a decade long ban.


That's only two Olympics.  Not long enough.
 
2021-07-26 6:13:08 PM  
4 votes:

AlgaeRancher: So who beat us at men's volleyball?


Am i the only one who remembers that summer or two where mens volleyball was HUGE like 25, 30 years ago?.

Like, i swear i had MULTIPLE nintendo games based around it. Everyone tried to play volleyball. Like whoever were the big stars were dinner table conversation wherever you went.
 
2021-07-26 6:09:09 PM  
4 votes:

foo monkey: To recap just some of the story: In Sochi, the Russians constructed a building adjacent to the drug-testing lab and then cut a hole in the wall. Each night, after the lab closed, workers passed dirty athlete samples out and clean samples in.

Two predictable things happened: Russia won the most medals. Not a single Russian tested positive. When they got done doping the Olympics, they then did the same at the Paralympics as well, which seems particularly pathetic. Russia won the most medals there, too, of course, more than three times the next-best country.

Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.


Ever again might be too long.  I'd give them a decade long ban.
 
2021-07-27 1:28:18 AM  
3 votes:
I'm sure the fact that Russia and the IOC are both Hall of Fame professionals at corruption has absolutely nothing to do with this joke of a "ban".
 
2021-07-26 9:54:02 PM  
3 votes:

Ishkur: SMB2811: What's the difference?

Half the Russian team isn't here. Because they failed doping tests or their programs were completely dismantled (or they were banned) after evidence of systemic doping fraud.

(Only 335 athletes from Russia are at these games. For comparison, America has sent 613)

The other half were tested vigorously and were admitted under a neutral banner. They don't get to hear the Russian anthem nor see the Russian flag when they win medals. I guess they can wear the colors but who cares.

Point is Russia isn't represented at these games which is a huge slight to someone with an ego as massive as Putin's. He doesn't like this one bit and now he's biatching and crying about it. So is China, but for different reasons.

Autocracies can be very sensitive and insecure about what the world thinks of them.


Everyone knows they are competing for Russia. Changing the name doesn't mean anything.
 
2021-07-26 8:00:02 PM  
3 votes:
Dont ban them, just level the playing field. Assume all the Russian athletes are doping & give everybody else a 20% head start on them. 

Also make them go last at all the ceremonies & instead of carrying their national flag they carry a big white banner that says "Russia is a nation of cowardly cheaters" on it.

They may decide on their own not to participate, and thats fine.
 
2021-07-26 7:27:32 PM  
3 votes:
The thing is, the Olympics have almost always been about politics and dick-measuring even in ancient times. Those in power will do whatever they think they need to do for prestige. In the end though, your athletes may have won a few medals but that little bit of prestige doesn't help your country out one bit. Corruption, poverty, crime, disease, unemployment, natural disasters...not of those things have been prevented or cured by even a great performance at the Olympic games.

I'm happy for the individual Russian athletes and all others who do well (assuming they're clean). Good for them. But it doesn't mean a goddarned thing either way.
 
2021-07-26 6:26:21 PM  
3 votes:
This is as bad as the '92 Winter Games where the former USSR (now a collection of separate countries)was able to compete as a 'united team'.
 
2021-07-26 6:16:11 PM  
3 votes:

OgreMagi: Geotpf: foo monkey: To recap just some of the story: In Sochi, the Russians constructed a building adjacent to the drug-testing lab and then cut a hole in the wall. Each night, after the lab closed, workers passed dirty athlete samples out and clean samples in.

Two predictable things happened: Russia won the most medals. Not a single Russian tested positive. When they got done doping the Olympics, they then did the same at the Paralympics as well, which seems particularly pathetic. Russia won the most medals there, too, of course, more than three times the next-best country.

Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.

Ever again might be too long.  I'd give them a decade long ban.

That's only two Olympics.  Not long enough.


It's 5 Olympics, if you're including both summer and winter games.
 
2021-07-26 6:07:37 PM  
3 votes:

lolmao500: The olympics not showing Taiwan's flag is a farking travesty. Tell the chicoms to get farked.


I love comments like this. You get to play, "Ok, guess subbies political position, but subtract the hot take from reddit at the moment from it...."

I'll go with you are a Bernie supporter, who is REALLY into pokemon.
 
2021-07-26 10:09:56 PM  
2 votes:
I love how one of the competitors in the ROC's winning mens gymnastics team ruptured his achilles tendon three months before and recovered in time to join the gold medallist team.

That is not in any way suspect.

And does anyone really doubt why it was that the Russian mens football team came from nowhere to be freaking phenomenal during the Russia-hosted FIFA World Cup?
 
2021-07-26 10:09:24 PM  
2 votes:
Make all the Russian athletes denounce Putin.  On TV.  Make them renounce their citizenship before each race.  Make them wipe with a Russian flag and then fed ex it to Putin.

Then they can compete.  Make them unwelcome in Russia if they want to compete so bad.  Only when the country suffers for cheating will the healing begin.
 
2021-07-26 6:38:13 PM  
2 votes:
Weekend Update: Kevin Nealon on the All-Drug Olympics - SNL
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2021-07-26 6:28:20 PM  
2 votes:

LineNoise: AlgaeRancher: So who beat us at men's volleyball?

Am i the only one who remembers that summer or two where mens volleyball was HUGE like 25, 30 years ago?.

Like, i swear i had MULTIPLE nintendo games based around it. Everyone tried to play volleyball. Like whoever were the big stars were dinner table conversation wherever you went.


Steve Timmons?  Incident on 57th Street remembers.

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2021-07-26 5:14:32 PM  
2 votes:
So who beat us at men's volleyball?
 
2021-07-27 1:02:02 PM  
1 vote:
A Russian Olympics troll. I don't know why this surprises me, but it does.
 
2021-07-27 11:05:19 AM  
1 vote:

ColonelCathcart: GregInIndy: ColonelCathcart: GregInIndy: Watching 2 Russian nobodies who've never won shiat in international competition turbo right around Ryan Murphy to win the 100m backstroke was super-fun last night and not at all suspect. 🙄 Guess they just had a lucky day, right?!?

I'm sorry the best men won.

When you cheat in any test or competition, the first person you steal from & dishonor is yourself.

I can't hear you over all this gold raining down


Everyone knows. It's cringe-inducingly obvious. And they're laughing at & pitying a pathetic and small nation so insecure in itself that it prefers cheating to honorable and honest results.

It's such a very small and essentially meaningless thing they're willing to trade in exchange for their honor. I can hardly believe we ever used to fear war with these people. They're a nation of Esau, all too eager to sell their birthright for any mess of pottage.
 
2021-07-27 8:40:45 AM  
1 vote:

Mouser: LineNoise: foo monkey: Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.

Its stupid to punish a clean athlete or an entire nation for decisions of a handful of people who wanted to look good.

Should Japan or Germany be allowed to compete or host, ever again, because of that pesky trying to take over half the world stuff and atrocities that went with it, which also caused the cancellation of the games in the process?

Let me know when we bomb Russia to rubble and rebuild it in our image.


You tried in the 90's with "economic shock therapy"

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shock​_​therapy_(economics)

It was terrible and the financial equivalent of nuking the place I was born. It also is the reason that the current president is the current president.
 
2021-07-27 7:18:36 AM  
1 vote:

GregInIndy: Watching 2 Russian nobodies who've never won shiat in international competition turbo right around Ryan Murphy to win the 100m backstroke was super-fun last night and not at all suspect. 🙄 Guess they just had a lucky day, right?!?


I'm sorry the best men won.
 
2021-07-27 4:52:11 AM  
1 vote:

Tyrosine: I disagree. This was not some minor doping scandal where and individual athlete cheated. This was cheating organized and facilitated but the Russian government on a large scale. What happened at the Sochi games was so egregious the IOC needed to send a clear statement that such conduct was reprehensible. If it had been my call every Russian that participated in Sochi would have had their names stricken from the Olympic record and all medals revoked, dirty or clean, and Russian participation in the Olympics would be barred until they fully admit to what they did plus an additional decade. That means no Russian athletes, IOC officials, biding, etc. In addition, because they abused their "host nation" status, Russia would be barred from hosting the Olympics for a period of no less that 25 years.

As it stands now Russians are competing and wearing Russia's colors. For all intents and purposes they are competing for Russia, so in fact the repercussions are so trivial as to be pointless.


Do you think the IOC actually farking care?

There's all sorts of *cheating* in the Olympics, like countries paying for athletes to train, or giving them jobs in the military where they basically spend all day training.

The IOC make money by selling TV rights. They want lots of countries spending wild amounts of money to put on a big, flashy show for them, bribing them in various ways, and they want audiences. Do you think they actually cared about what happened in Sochi? Do you think they want to piss off Moscow so much that they don't bid for it again sometime soon? And they want TV audiences watching it. If they banned all Russians, that's 140+ million viewers gone.
 
2021-07-27 1:52:53 AM  
1 vote:
It's nice of them to wear colours of USA flag for award ceremonies
 
2021-07-26 10:11:19 PM  
1 vote:

LineNoise: NightSteel: LineNoise: Should Japan or Germany be allowed to compete or host, ever again, because of that pesky trying to take over half the world stuff and atrocities that went with it, which also caused the cancellation of the games in the process?

Both of whom had their wartime governments replaced, and are now far removed from said governments, whereas the Russian government and its sporting organizations are still intact.

and that won't happen to Russia at some point? Also, lets not  get into the transformation of Germany to that of Japan.

The russian athletes are scrutinized more than anyone else, have a clean history, Let them compete in the one shot most of them have in their life in their sport, let them earn Russia an asterisk, and we can all enjoy competition.


Let them renounce their citizenship and country.  What is worth more?  Russian citizenship or competition.  Make them choose.
 
2021-07-26 9:50:56 PM  
1 vote:

ColonelCathcart: Ishkur: ColonelCathcart: 92 doesn't count?

Why would 92 count?

Because it was won as a team no different than 88 except for the fact they had no money and their homeland was ripped apart?


Their professionals against every other countries' amateurs?
 
2021-07-26 9:25:07 PM  
1 vote:

Ishkur: ColonelCathcart: 92 doesn't count?

Why would 92 count?


Because it was won as a team no different than 88 except for the fact they had no money and their homeland was ripped apart?
 
2021-07-26 8:13:30 PM  
1 vote:

Ishkur: No, Fark. Don't delete his posts.

I need to humiliate him some more!!


Troll headline is troll headline. People calling for Moscow to get nuked!

All Okay!
 
2021-07-26 8:03:30 PM  
1 vote:

Ishkur: ONE gold medal in an Olympics where the best didn't play. Good job, inferior country.

Remember when we won in YOUR barn? We made it look like a clinical formality. It was almost boring the way we won so easily. 1 goal against in the entire 2nd round. You couldn't even get past the quarter finals.

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Or howabout 2010. Remember when we scored 4 goals on you in one period, en route to a 7-3 rout? In fact, let's watch Rick Nash's goal, it's just so epic.

[YouTube video: Rick Nash goal vs Russia]

The only tournaments that matter are Canada Cups (76,81,84,87,91), World Cups (96, 04), and the Olympics from 98-14. Those are the only best-on-best tournaments hockey has ever offered. Of those 12 tournaments, Canada has won 8 of them (USA, Czechia, Sweden, USSR won the others). I don't count that weird World Cup thing the NHL did in 2016 because it was a gimmick involving only NHL players with no IIHF participation so it's not a true best-on-best, but Canada won that too.

So yeah. Enjoy your faux-gold in a shiatty c-grade tournament against amateur opposition because you know that when it comes to REAL hockey tournament where Canada sends its A-team, you get pantsed every time (except for 81. That's your one. But it was also 40 years ago).


92 doesn't count?
 
2021-07-26 7:47:46 PM  
1 vote:

Gawdzila: OgreMagi: The IOC should have banned Russians, entirely.

Yeah, I mean... I'd feel bad for the athletes, but if they aren't going to ban the Russian athletes themselves then they need to be a lot more strict about wiping Russian symbolic representation out of the Games entirely.

Create an independent athletes bin, kind of like the refugee team, that everyone from banned nations gets dumped into rather than let them negotiate this "ROC" bullsh*t.  That group should have a standardized uniform that doesn't show any national colors, restrict the music that they can play during routines, and play an Olympics standard song during medal ceremonies.  They're there for themselves, not for a nation, and make it clear that outward attempts to represent their nation publicly will get them DQ'd or medals forfeited.  If they don't like that, don't compete.


I'm not much for sports, but I will say that Russia doesn't deserve the athletes they're exploiting right now. Those athletes stood firm when everyone else didn't; they deserve a real team, made up of people who know what it's like to do the right thing against odds. Give them a real team, with real colors, a real song, and the same rewards everyone else gets--not for the nation that f*cked up, but for their adherence to honesty.

/and for once, I see a group of people I actually think deserve celeb status. It's not often someone stands up for fairness when the fame's there; that should be lauded.
 
2021-07-26 6:45:55 PM  
1 vote:

Incident on 57th Street: LineNoise: AlgaeRancher: So who beat us at men's volleyball?

Am i the only one who remembers that summer or two where mens volleyball was HUGE like 25, 30 years ago?.

Like, i swear i had MULTIPLE nintendo games based around it. Everyone tried to play volleyball. Like whoever were the big stars were dinner table conversation wherever you went.

Steve Timmons?  Incident on 57th Street remembers.

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Kings of the Beach with Randy Stolkos and Sinjin Smith. For the NES

GREAT FARKING GAME

/according to my memories of it from 1990/1991
 
2021-07-26 6:38:10 PM  
1 vote:

Gawdzila: OgreMagi: Geotpf: foo monkey: To recap just some of the story: In Sochi, the Russians constructed a building adjacent to the drug-testing lab and then cut a hole in the wall. Each night, after the lab closed, workers passed dirty athlete samples out and clean samples in.

Two predictable things happened: Russia won the most medals. Not a single Russian tested positive. When they got done doping the Olympics, they then did the same at the Paralympics as well, which seems particularly pathetic. Russia won the most medals there, too, of course, more than three times the next-best country.

Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.

Ever again might be too long.  I'd give them a decade long ban.

That's only two Olympics.  Not long enough.

It's 5 Olympics, if you're including both summer and winter games.


Yup, that's what I was thinking-5 olympics.
 
2021-07-26 6:19:07 PM  
1 vote:
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That's for the horse they rode in on.
 
2021-07-26 6:11:57 PM  
1 vote:
Hopefully Biden nukes Moscow during the Olympics.  Let these roid rage Russian athletes climb the podium then.

The athletes should renounce Russian citizenship to compete.
 
2021-07-26 6:04:48 PM  
1 vote:

foo monkey: Russia should never be allowed to host or compete in the Olympics ever again.


Its stupid to punish a clean athlete or an entire nation for decisions of a handful of people who wanted to look good.

Should Japan or Germany be allowed to compete or host, ever again, because of that pesky trying to take over half the world stuff and atrocities that went with it, which also caused the cancellation of the games in the process?
 
2021-07-26 5:56:42 PM  
1 vote:
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/Suck my medal count WADA.
//538 says Motherland is 4 medals ahead of plan
/3 ChucklesSovietly
 
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