Olympics for the Rest of Us

As some of the world's finest athletes prepare for the summer Olympics in Beijing, essayist Tim Brookes has been doing his own kind of training. He proposes two new sports for the summer games: orange peeling, and throwing crumpled-up pieces of paper into the wastebasket.

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