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Photos: Emotional and scary pictures of how Chinese children are being trained for olympics

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So many horrors as one goes through the pictures of what happens in Nanning Gymnasium in Nanning, China. This is said to be an incubator for the making of champions that pick up gold medals at the olympics like they pick up grains on the farm.

It was said that parents take their kids to camps like this to shape their children into world champions. One would wonder if the parents see the pains these kids go through and judge if it is really worth it.

In  one of the scenes one sees the instructor standing on the child’s legs and in other cases they had to painfully stretch obviously beyond their limits. This are scenes that make one wonder if it isn’t better to come back home without any medal than force the kids to got through so nightmares. Check out the pictures below.

 

 

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  1. Infoallround.blogspot.com

    August 25, 2012 at 10:38 am

    All these because of olympic medal? You can see the pain these kids are going through on their faces. And the parents do this to their only child considering that they are allowed to have just one child?

  2. Joshua

    August 25, 2012 at 11:01 am

    No PAIN, No GAIN. That’s the rule of the game. In Nigeria, we like luxury but most of us are not willing †̥☹ pay the price.

  3. tessy

    August 25, 2012 at 11:14 am

    D pains last 4 awhile, but d fame last 4ever. Pls don’t give excuse y team Nigeria didn’t come home with any medal.

  4. PASO

    August 25, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    I like this if we can have such institutions in 9ja i ‘ll gladly put my children in such school. like de say no pain no gain, our problem ya in 9ja is we dont want2suffer at all, such pains is4now after some time it gone in2d abyss. 4u 2b a champion u most go thru pains&so many blues in archiving u goal of greatness which is2get d GOLD.

  5. Ofurie Godson

    August 25, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    A casual approach to life leads to casualties of failures and disasters. So far the pain does not lead to death or injury and the children are wel taken care of. Why the false alarm? Do you know that chinese has longest life span. Dey no de quick de die o. My brother corruption is more painful. Failure is more painful. I better pay the price to avoid the torment of failure than to have hypertension bcos of failure. No sacrifice no success. Let us wake up from our casual approach to issues Nigeria is not expected to fail.

  6. D Emmy

    August 26, 2012 at 6:39 am

    No wander 4 naija no troffy dey com. Cos no body wan suffer 4 trainin. Evn d super eagles na so dem tire us wt corruption.

  7. UKPONG J.

    August 30, 2012 at 10:53 am

    IF THE HAVE TO DO IT THEY SHOULD, SINCE NOTHING GOOD COMES EASY. AS THE SAYING GOES- ” NO PAIN, NO GAIN”, THE HARD WAY IS THE ONLY WAY. DON’T FORGET- THE VOILENT MEN TAKE IT(GOLD) BY FORCE.

  8. effiong

    October 24, 2016 at 10:56 am

    Those kids are worth more than just a trophy. They ought to be encouraged.

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US President, Donald Trump, Wife Test Positive For Covid-19

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President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his wife, Melania Trump have both tested positive for COVID-19.

The President took to his official Twitter handle on Friday to make this announcement.

Trump was last seen in public on Thursday afternoon, returning to the White House after a fundraising trip to New Jersey.

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He further revealed that he and the first lady had taken the test and waiting for the results before announcing the outcome on Friday.

 

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Retired Army Colonel, Bah N’Daw has been sworn in on Friday as the interim president of Mali and he is to head a transitional government following last month’s military coup in the country.

The swearing-in ceremony held in the country’s capital city of Bamako, where Colonel Assimi Goita, who led the military junta, was also sworn in as interim vice president.

This administration is to lead the government for a maximum of 18 months before organising national elections.

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It will be recalled that the country’s military executed a coup last month (August 18) which successfully removed the nation’s president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita from office.

Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, attended the ceremony alongside other members of the ECOWAS mediation team.

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