How They Train Olympic Champions in China (56 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       2 Aug 2012       21867       20 GALLERY VIEW



China is one of the top countries today when it comes to sports records. Chinese team is currently on the first place in London Olympics standings. But the golden medals of Chinese sportsmen are achieved through painstaking trainings that start in the early childhood. Is the Olympic success worth the children’s tears? It’s up to you to decide.

 


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Duart 9 year s ago
This is caused by the current economical system. These kids have free rooms, free food and water. Their parents don't have money to support them so they put them up for training. America and Europe are guilty too.
       
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sowat 9 year s ago
They aren't crying, it's just their way to smile.
       
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Aleks 9 year s ago
Oh no! Kids putting effort into something! Stop them!
       
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Pathetic 9 year s ago
What I see here is another propaganda by the west to incite hatred toward the Chinese and the Chinese people.. they will find anything to blame on China or try to convince the world to hate them. China is a new scapegoat of the West.. we have no jobs (Walmart is cheap lets buy more) lets blame it on China, no human rights (the state police will taser and strip your rights) lets blame it on China, Animal abuse (McDonald kill million of cows a day) lets blame it on China. These kids chose to live this life nobody force them to do it, a lot of them drop out after a few months. When USA is on top of the list in the Olympics back then nobody says anything but when the Chinese team is leading the Olympic ohhhhh China is inhumane to its athletes. When a 16 years old chinese girl won a 400m swim medal ... ohhh she's on drug, but when Michel Phelps won many medals it's ok.
       
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Catshark 9 year s ago
and toddlers and tiaras is any different?
       
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bob 9 year s ago
Most of these kids never see their parents again. One boy in the last games said he'd been home a total of 14 days in the years they took him away in China.
       
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Life 9 year s ago
i guess that is why they got more gold then anyone as of day 5 in london.
       
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Lucas 9 year s ago
What about playing with other children? What a sick world...
       
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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
In exchange for this lifestyle, they get 2 bowls of rice a day instead of the standard one. An excellent trade-off.
       
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SuckaMC 9 year s ago
Had a feeling that this would some how get flipped around to being the fault of The Great Satan... Haters gonna hate...
       
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Yuck Foo 9 year s ago
"When a 16 years old chinese girl won a 400m swim medal ... ohhh she's on drug...."

In swimming events, the difference betwixt the gold medal and no medal is usually a few hundredths of a second. That's how close the competitors are. If any swimmer comes out and not only beats their fastest time by three seconds, but also beats the world record by more than half-a-second, questions are going to be asked.
       
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Hahaha 9 year s ago
Half of china lives in poverty, This is one way to at least get out of poverty but the large difference is, Many are forced or pushed to sports and not by interest.(The Government uses sport as a way of getting "Respect") Its a pity. Many go back to poverty right after their golden years are over.
       
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Jayzen Freeze 9 year s ago
twisting and pulling on children till they cry every day is not right they probably dont even get a choice in the matter. to a child that is damn near torture.
       
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joop 9 year s ago
Kind of wish someone had put me through something like that when I was a kid. Instead I grew up to be a lazy blob that I am today.
       
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nerv13 9 year s ago
in those pics we see pain, happiness, serenity... that's the life of a champion, no matter where he is from! No pain, no gain! sorry they have to endure that but that's the way of champions, no wonder they are the best!!!!
       
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carlos 9 year s ago
Chinos enfermos, supongo que los padres lo permiten con tal de salvar a los niños de la miseria, o esto o trabajan en alguna fabrica con sueldos de miseria.
       
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Olga 9 year s ago
Propaganda crap, same as they used on South Africa and Russia in the 70's and 80's
       
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mm 9 year s ago
It should be asked from current chinese olympic team, if their life was too tough and/or cruel. Only they know. Everything else is just guessing. Looks horrible, though.
       
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Sinkieman 9 year s ago
TALK ABOUT UGLY PROPAGANDA.

Recently IOC have busted 2 American superstar athletes of doping, but annoying about these shameless U.S got away with if for 8 years.

Tyler Hamilton Doping: IOC Formally Strips U.S. Cyclist Of Athens 2004 Gold

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/10/ioc-formally-strips-tyler_0_n_1763934.h
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IOC strips American runner Crystal Cox of 2004 relay gold medal for doping

http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/trackandfield/story/2012/07/21/sp-track-and-field-oly
mpics-crystal-cox-doping-medal-2004.html


UNITED STATEDS ARE RANKED NO.1 AND NO.2 IN DOPING . The IOC should banned these cheaters once and for all, who knows just how many more gold medal they won by cheating and doping.

List of doping cases in athletics ( America ranks 2nd after Nigeria)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_doping_cases_in_athletic

List of doping cases in sports (America ranks 1st)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_doping_cases_in_sport

List of performance enhancement drugs use ( America's ranked 1st)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_performance-enhancing_drugs_in_the_Olympic_G
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Pupung 9 year s ago
Proganda or whatsoever, They are still children. They should be playing and enjoying their childhood.
       
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