What a pointless article - she clearly udnerstands the difference so why is there even an article to be written. She does make it rather difficult to even sympathise with the fact that she found things hard by virtue of the whinging tone she has all the time.
Given there was a clear rule re: what she did and she broke it, which meant the whole team lost a member of their coaching team, why does she insist on acting like it was everyone else who had an issue being professional. I bet most people could live with it until she had him as a coach while the rest of them didn't (if my understanding is correct).
- Bolt and Weir turning away from the interviewer after the 200m in respect of anothers national anthem (cant reacall which now).
- Gymnastics - Haven't watched properly for ages and was great to see so much of it! New fan for Louis Smith here
- Mo Farah's double and the antics from him and Bolt with their respective "poses".
- The complete loss of professionalism from the BBC commentators on a couple of occasions. I think one was the last race in the Heptathlon and one was the men's 100m - Hilarious!
- Caster Semenya running her races and getting a medal after all that she's been through.
- Santos's emotions on winning and on the podium.
- A certain FSUer's FB updates re: snatches
- Accusations of doping against the young chinese swimmer who won her race (there is a process - let it run it's course)
- Some of the comments made by the GB men's road race team about others tactics
- Pendelton's whining since it was all over about how hard done by she is
- Carl Lewis's comments about his place in history compared to Bolt and his comments re: doping (really - you're going to comment on doping with your history?)
- Some of the behaviour from the Russian gymnastics team members when their teammates didn't do so well...