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From: B-17 Girl (Collinwood11) DelphiPlus Member IconJul-19 7:48 PM 
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Who were they?  I used to follow figure skating pretty intensely!






From: BlueMoon67 DelphiPlus Member IconJul-19 11:18 PM 
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My assumption is that all athletes and those who travel with them must be vaccinated, right?  I don't know if I've read anything to that effect or not, but it does seem logical. Which means the athletes could test positive and never develop the illness. 


From: YWN666 DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostJul-20 7:41 AM 
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The name was Militano.  It was back in the 70s

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From: B-17 Girl (Collinwood11) DelphiPlus Member IconJul-20 8:10 AM 
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Ah, I was a kid during the 70's and I remember watching figure skating then but don't remember most of their names.  I followed the sport during my 20's and 30's.






From: MEDDLYJul-20 9:09 AM 
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Dorothy Hamill? She was the figure skating Darling in 1976.


From: B-17 Girl (Collinwood11) DelphiPlus Member IconJul-20 9:40 AM 
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I think everybody remembers Dorothy Hamill! 






From: MEDDLYJul-20 9:59 AM 
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In case you forgot her


From: bernie44444Jul-20 11:23 AM 
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See the source image


From: Song~ (_Song_) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostJul-20 4:43 PM 
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Never did get why some people want to chase a little white ball around a big green field...even people like Jaba the Rump.




From: YWN666 DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostJul-31 7:33 AM 
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What Psychological Impact Does A 'No-Crowds Olympics' Have On Athletes?

Has the lack of crowd noise helped or hindered athletes? It's complicated, sports psychologists say.


While the fan-less Tokyo Olympics isn’t shaping up to be the “joyless games” some predicted it might be ? look at the irrepressible joy on the faces of fencer Lee Kiefer and swimmer Caeleb Dressel! ? the games have been a little more subdued than usual.

Out of concern for rising COVID-19 cases, spectators were banned from the usually bustling venues and stadiums of the Olympics at the eleventh hour, putting pressure on coaches and teammates to supply even more supportive cheering than usual.

Officials at the games have tried to replicate the roar and exuberance of a real crowd. Ambient crowd sounds customized for each sport are reportedly being piped into the stadiums to add a little atmosphere for the athletes.

That might get some competitors pumped up, but just as many will view it as distracting noise, said Bruce Walker, a professor of psychology and interactive computing who directs the Sonification Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology..............

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