This summer, although it marks the pandemic, the 2020 Olympic Games are being held in Tokyo, Japan. Sport is something very important for our society. So let’s highlight the phrases about the Olympics and sports.
There are a number of disciplines that should be kept in mind in addition to the fact that the Olympic Games are always followed by millions of people.
Dating about the olympic games
Every man must decide in life if he starts to compete, giving everything… or stays to watch the winners go by. Joe patterno
I destroyed it with my blows, you could see it in the face that I was wearing, but the judges did not see it the same. Darleys Pérez, Colombian boxer
Don’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the further you go. Michael Phelps (Gold Medal Winner in Swimming)
I would like a day to come when there are more like me and there is no ‘Simone, the black swimmer’ sign. That title seems to indicate that I was not destined to win a gold medal. Simone Manuel, winner of the gold in the 100 free swimming
I am not the next Usain Bolt or Michael Phelps, I am the first Simone Biles. 19-year-old American gymnast Simone Biles. F rases about the Olympics and sports.
Most of my decisions are unpopular with athletes. That is why I have never seen a bouquet of flowers in front of my door. Les Gramantik (Canadian team leader)
We have survived a war. There are still children who do not know if their parents are alive. There are still children who do not have to eat, a notebook or books to go to school. I come from that country and I have become an Olympic champion. It is a huge thing for us. Judoka Majlinda Kelmendi
Focus, discipline, hard work, goal setting, and of course, the thrill of finally achieving your goals. Those are all the lessons of life. Kristi Yamaguchi (Figure Skating Gold Medal Winner)
I went there (to Jamaica) for about two weeks of training. And then he said to me: ‘You’re going to break the world record.’ Tonight he came to see me and said ‘I told you so’. Usain Bolt on the Olympic triple-triple
The most important thing in the Olympic games is not to win but to participate. The essential thing in life is not to conquer, but to fight well. Pierre de Coubertin (Founder of the modern Olympic games)