Enjoying the Wall Street Journal video of the badminton match-throwing controversy
I haven’t seen a lot of this year’s Summer Olympics. It’s just been a busy week. Maybe next week I’ll watch a lot of the track and field events — and I’ll definitely make the Team U.S.A. basketball games appointment DVR’ing next week.
But I was really intrigued by the Badminton scandal that I heard about on the radio yesterday and read more about on NewsOK.
It opens up quite a debate about tanking games — or parts of games — in other sports, something I read about more this morning on Oklahoman.com.
So when I glanced at the Wall Street Journal today (photo on the right) and saw that it had a front-page story about the subject, I took notice. Then I saw that it was promoting a video re-creation with the cutline. That’s when I found the highlights I had been looking for.
I’m sharing because it made me laugh. I invite you to read more about the Olympics on our NewsOK Olympics coverage page.
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