Sports Digital Olympic news you may have missed
Day 9 – Competition
Great carton on social media and sport
Sir Tim Berners Lee on censorship and the internet
A phone call from the President is nice but a tweet is better
Journalist says don't ask me to pretend Olympics replay is live
Female athletes take to twitter to defend body size
Olympics have increased twitters sign-up rates
How social media has changed the Olympics
So Much for #NBCFail: Olympics Ratings Soar
Mitchell Watt defends Australia's performance on twitter
Twitter Medals – Day 9
Bronze Medal – General Electric
We like how General Electric are using their Games Sponsorship
#MyHealthyFriend @ _____ inspires me because______? | invent.ge/HealthyShare
— General Electric (@generalelectric) August 5, 2012
Silver Medal – Mitchell Watt
On winning Olympic Silver
Do you understand how hard it is to win Olympic gold? I’m happy, my coach, family, friends and teammates are happy for me
— Mitchell Watt (@MitchellWatt) August 5, 2012
Gold Medal – Usain St. Leo Bolt
Being gracious in victory
Thanks to all the fans for supporting and believing. You have been a part of the journey.. “To the World Me Say”
— Usain St. Leo Bolt (@usainbolt) August 6, 2012
#digifail Medal – Michael Freiberg
There is a bit of media speculation in Australia this is a dig against Glenn O'Shea
And dam right I'm annoyed about the result of a race that just finished 2000km away.
— Michael Freiberg (@MichaelFreiberg) August 5, 2012
Instagram Of The Day
@melissa_wu_diver My view from the 10 metre platform #london2012 #diving – what a great view!
Source: instagram.com via Anna on Pinterest
Still the fastest man in the world. Still Olympic champion. Congratulations Usain Bolt!
Source: plus.google.com via Anna on Pinterest
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