Outside Westfield Mall, at the edge of the Olympic Park security zone, a dozen people set up shop Wednesday with pins from the 2012 games and Olympics past, trading and selling. Some erected small displays covered in velvet to showcase their wares. At past games, the trading reaches a frenzy in the trading of crafted metal pins issued for the Olympics by corporations, countries and media organizations. Outside of it, he takes bad pictures just like the rest of us. Phelps photo on his Olympic credential shows an unsmiling, wild-haired man with a scraggly beard. It was taken earlier this summer during high-altitude training in Colorado. "Were not allowed to show teeth.
That was the rule," he said. "I think I actually did just wake up from a nap. The government will pay 10 million pesos ($256,000) to gold medalists, 6 million pesos ($154,000) for winning silver and 4 million pesos ($103,000) for bronze. The al-Sharshani atheletes from Qatar are not competing at the London Games along with the four Qatari female athletes who will break new ground by taking part in swimming, shooting and track. But Reema and Yasmian al-Sharshani are already thinking about making history at the Rio Games. Reema, a shooter, wants to become the first Qatari woman to both become a doctor and win an Olympic medal. "They.