Lets all Shout Come On Team GB
Yesterday I didn’t see much of the Olympics but every time I saw some coverage I caught myself shouting at the telly “ Come On Team GB “
I have to admit that having the Olympics in the UK has been inspiring and looking at the passion, determination and the emotion in the eyes of the athletes just goes to prove if you want something badly you can do it.
Yes they spend hours training to become the best that they can, but we can do it to in our own lives.
Since I have come back from my holiday I wanted to make changes in my life and one of the things I wanted to do was to start blogging everyday. This started at a slow pace but I am now only one post down and I’m sure by the end of the weekend I will have caught up, and so what if out of 60days I only blog for 59 of them.
Finding time to do this is going to be hard and some days I might not feel in the mood but I just need to remember that if I want to achieve my goal I will need to push myself. I am going to think of myself as an athlete and my sport is blogging. I need to train, stay focused and set my goal.
I need to take inspiration from people who have put their all into what they are doing and improve my performance each day.
CHRIS HOY – PHILIP HINDES – JASON KENNY men’s team sprint
PETER WILSON - SHOOTING – MEN’S DOUBLE TRAP
Peter Wilson is a prime example of an inspiration person after suffering a shoulder injury in a skiing accident he had to give up his favorite sports of squash and cricket and took up shooting and now he has won a gold medal.
TIM BAILLIE & ETIENNE STOTT - CANOE SLALOM – MEN’S C2
BRADLEY WIGGINS - CYCLING – ROAD – MEN’S INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL
After winning the tour de France on the 22nd July 2012 he wins a gold medal and he is now Great Britain’s most decorated Olympian of all time, plus he has become the first man to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold.
HELEN GLOVER & HEATHER STANNING - ROWING – WOMEN’S PAIR
And the greatest Olympian of all time Michael Phelps, I know he’s not a Brit but with 20 Olympic medals I thought he deserved a mention as he is the greatest olympian of them all.
I would also like to mention Gemma Gibbons who became the first British person in judo in an Olympic final in 12 years and won a silver medal. The emotion that we saw brought tears to my eyes as she looked up to heaven and said “this is for you mum”
Here is the link if you want to keep up with the lastest medal count http://www.london2012.com/medals/medal-count/
So all I have to say at the end of this post is Come on team GB you are making us very proud.Tags: passion, emotion, set goal, determination, stay focused