If this is true then isn’t there something wrong with rules barring 14 years old from completing. Seems kind of odd to prevent people at their prime to compete on the world stage.
Sounds like a cold war issue, if the investigation is launch by an US cyber cop. Yes let’s believe everything found in a search engine cache…[/quote]
See, the reason nobody has any respect for you, is the fact that you are so predictable. We know what stand you are going to make, and that would be standing on the side of the Chinese government no matter what. We can never expect an unbiased opinion from you, because all of your xxxx posts carry exactly the same message.
Seriously, are you paid by them or are you a blind fool? Is your job to glorify the achievements of the motherland? Are you a cleverly designed spam bot designed by a Chinese mainland programmer?[/quote]
Uhm yeah, like individuals that parrot the English news media demonstrate the ability to think as individuals.
I mean seriously what about the international junior olympic program? Is that exploitation of children? It only illustrate the fundimental lack of understanding of the issue by people who never had international sporting experience.
Because what I see as the real issue is the medal count and one super-power is losing the gold medal count by quite a margin. Not to mention the overall medal count is less than a hand full now. Wouldn’t the cold war paradigm force the established super-power in maintaining their medal count supremacy with whatever method neccessary. Even if it meant contesting every medal in the games?
We could play race card too…Only a Russian with an American passport win in gynastics. Only an American brainwashed by a Chinese coach ever have a chance to win in gynastics.
In other words Americans can’t win gold on their own. They don’t have a knowledge capital in the sport to make champions…
If the allegations are true, the story is quite amusing, they lost to 14 year old…