Thank You for Following Roflympics!

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Thank You for Following Roflympics!
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Dear Readers,

What a crazy couple of weeks. Thank you for reading, following, and sharing what you've read on Roflympics over these Summer Games! It has been a labor of love for the staff of Roflympics -- a staff made up of two overenthusiastic Olympics fans slash Cheezburger employees. Cheezburger was amazing enough to let us two employees try out an Olympic website, and we were big enough sports fans to make it happen.

Thanks again for reading and enjoying, and we promise to see you again for the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi!

Your enthusiastic moderators, Nick and Alison

Olympic Round-Up: LONDON 2012 ABRIDGED

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Olympic Round-Up: LONDON 2012 ABRIDGED
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Wind up in a coma over the last three weeks? HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED IN THE LONDON 2012 SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES.

Usain Bolt remained the fastest man alive, Michael Phelps confirmed that he's a child of Atlantis, and USA Gymnastics came out on top.

Then there was Mo Farah helping Team GB have the most wining Track and Field Olympics ever, Americans ran with broken legs, races were run by men with different legs, and hurdles were not necessarily overcome.

Men flew and the world sang and we briefly turned to the stars.

There were shenanigans and spectacular accomplishments. Victories for both teams and individuals, and sometimes and entire country will stand up and cheer.

Although we had fun rooting for silly things sometimes, this has truly been a Summer Games to remember.

Here Come the Athletes!

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Here Come the Athletes!
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Luckily, this will go a lot faster than the Opening Ceremonies. Here's a picture of two of our favorite athletes to celebrate! GO MO! GO BOLT!

God Save the Queen

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God Save the Queen View Fullscreen
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Prince Harry being adorable during the British National Anthem :)

A Collection of Samuel L. Jackson's Olympic Tweets

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A Collection of Samuel L. Jackson's Olympic Tweets
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Samuel L. Jackson's hilarious, raunchy and insightful commentary spanning this year's London Olympic games.

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