what's the most touching moments for you in 2012 london Olympiad?

China
August 7, 2012 11:27am CST
In this london olympiad, i gain too much moving moments. I'm a chinese and in this Game, our chinese players have a good performance in the mathches. At the same time, we make many breakthrough in our weak events. There're so many exciting moments which i never think before. so is there any moment also impressing you? I'd like to share your stories.
2 responses
@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
7 Aug 12
Almost all the times when my fellow Hungarians achieved a really good place, let alone a medal, especially a gold... and when they were awarded with the medal and I heard the anthem (well, first time it was a bad version of our anthem, there waas a huge scandal about it at home). Oh, and Oscar Pistorious's running in the finals... how resilient and hard-working should someone be to get to the finals with prosthetic limbs... and when the winner went up to him to congratulate and change the stickers...
• China
8 Aug 12
I also got news from Tv and i really respect him for his extraodinarily fighting spirit. And i'm shocked when i saw this scene and no wonder it touchs me deeply. I believe although he didn't win medal in it, his name and undefeatable spirit will be remembered forever. Again, i pay my best tribute to him.
• Singapore
7 Aug 12
In my opinion, and I believe many might also feel the same way, Lee Chong Wei from Malaysia's silver medal victory was the most touching moment of the London Olympics 2012 Badminton Event. Despite having an injury, he took painkillers and played at the top of his game throughout the tournament and eventually got through to the finals, where he lost the gold medal by a mere 1 point to Lin Dan from China. His perseverance and spirit is commendable and I believe that Malaysia is proud to have him as an athlete. Lee Chong Wei's fighting spirit and determination in the London Olympics is to be respected by people around the world and I believe we hope to see such inspiring individuals arising from the Olympics in the future.
• China
8 Aug 12
I also watched this match, so i can understand your feeling. i'm happy and lucky to witness this unforgettabe moment. And i believe it must touched many many people from different worlds whether he likes the badminton or not. What's more,i'm a chinese. So i know how nervious and exciting this event was. And i'm also deeply moved by Lee chong Wei. Altough he didn't win the gold medal, he has already been beyong himself and become the winner of himself.