Some Athletes Who Didn’t Make It to the Olympics

For every athlete who made it to the Olympics, there are hundreds—probably thousands—who tried out. Here are a few who didn’t quite make the cut. All I can say is “Ouch!”

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  • http://tusharshah.com/blog Tushar Shah

    Great Post :-)

  • http://tusharshah.com/blog Tushar Shah

    Great Post :-)

  • http://www.duffbert.com/ Thomas "Duffber

    "Ouch" is an understatement! But thanks for sharing. This is why I don't compete in athletics. :)

  • http://www.duffbert.com Thomas “Duffbert” Duff

    “Ouch” is an understatement! But thanks for sharing. This is why I don’t compete in athletics. :)

  • http://www.colleencoble.com/ Colleen Coble

    Oh I couldn't watch it. LOL I hate seeing people get hurt. I'm such a mom.

  • http://www.colleencoble.com Colleen Coble

    Oh I couldn’t watch it. LOL I hate seeing people get hurt. I’m such a mom.

  • http://www.spencesmith.com/ Spence Smith

    HAAAAA!!!!!

  • http://www.spencesmith.com Spence Smith

    HAAAAA!!!!!

  • Gary Davidson

    I love a good laugh first thing in the morning. Thanks for sharing

  • Gary Davidson

    I love a good laugh first thing in the morning. Thanks for sharing

  • http://www.davidask.com/ David Ask

    OK…. That was dang funny!!! Enough said. :) Thanks

  • http://www.davidask.com David Ask

    OK…. That was dang funny!!! Enough said. :) Thanks

  • Mouse Drover

    Funny, yet one feels compassion for the ones who, erm, slip up.

    At least it appears they all walked, or limped, away. I held my breath for the young lady on – and off – the balance beam, at least she seemed to be okay.

  • Mouse Drover

    Funny, yet one feels compassion for the ones who, erm, slip up.

    At least it appears they all walked, or limped, away. I held my breath for the young lady on – and off – the balance beam, at least she seemed to be okay.