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Lovable Losers of the Olympics

Lovable Losers of the Olympics The tradition of spectacular failure at the Olympics dates back to the inception of the modern Games in Athens in 1896, when George Stuart Robinson's discus throw of about 82 feet set a world-record low that stands to this day. Here are five athletes throughout recent Olympic history who most needed to be comforted with the words, 'Winning isn't everything.'


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