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The Inspiration Games (Diamond League Zurich) are currently live on YouTube for anyone who wants to see some live sports. On the „Wanda Diamond League“ YouTube channel you can also find about 1 hour highlights from 2016 to 2019 of all the Diamond League Meetings (Rabat, Shanghai, London, Stockholm, Paris, Eugene, Rome, Doha). I can also recommend the following videos on the same channel: “World Records in the Wanda Diamond League“ “Epic Moments in Field Events“ “Epic Track Moments“ “Best of the Diamond League 2010-2019“ “Best of Long Distance“ “Best of Middle Distance“
I just did some more „research“ and I found something that seems to be the official Olympic film for Rio, it is called „Days of Truce“ and has a playing time of 1:27:54. The other official films are also on the Olympic channel, here are their titles: Beijing 2008 - The Everlasting Flame London 2012 - First Sochi 2014 - Rings of the World PyeongChang 2018 - Crossing Beyond I am currently suffering from „olympics withdrawal syndrome“, those films should help for a day or two. There is also a documentary series called „Road to Glory“ on the Olympic channel that looks interesting.
Thanks, but this isn’t what I was looking for. I saw that there are DVD‘s available on Amazon by the BBC about the London Olympics (900 minutes) and the Rio Olympics (565 minutes) for less than 10 € each, sounds like a good option.
Thanks, funnily enough I found the same video yesterday while searching for longer videos about the olympics. I also found this short video review of the 2016 olympics by the BBC. https://www.sbnation.com/2016/8/23/12605892/bbc-olympic-review-video-rio-2016
I loved to watch all of the official Olympic films on YouTube, but sadly I didn’t find an official film for Beijing 2008, London 2012 or Rio 2016. Does anyone know whether those films actually exist? By the way: While searching YouTube i found daily roundups from the 2012 olympics in case anyone is feeling nostalgic ...
I liked the movie, I think the way they capture the „spirit“ of the song contest is quite good. I especially liked the performance of Dan Stevens. I really like Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams, so maybe I am a bit biased. If you don’t like Will Ferrell movies normally than you probably also don’t like this one. It wasn’t his best movie but I would say above average for his standards, maybe on the same level as Get Hard or Daddy‘s Home. Also I actually liked their song at the contest (although/because Rachel McAdams didn’t sing herself) and there are some other great songs, for example Hoppípolla by Sigur Rós.
One athlete who might surprise a lot of people next year: Femke Bol (women‘s 400 m hurdles) Also: Elina Tzengko and Haruka Kitaguchi in women‘s javelin throw
Sadly I discovered this too late and now I am sure that my first choice is already taken ... My guess would be that at least half of all participants wanted to represent that nation.
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