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Therese Bjornaas is a 24-year-old Masters in theology student at Barry University and has been boxing for the past seven years. She trains at the Biscayne Boxing and fitness club, and is originally from Norway, Bjornaas would like to qualify to represent Norway in the 2012 Olympics. Bjornaas is a hard worker and is a great example of how young women can be boxers, and it would be great to get more college students involved as well, said Mickey Demos Jr. (Photo by Sagette Van Embde ab-workout


Camilla Herrem of Norway celebrates Camilla Herrem of Norway celebrates in the closing minutes during the Women's Quarterfinal match between Brazil and Norway on Day 11 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at The Copper Box


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Fact of the day Only four athletes have ever won medals at both the Winter and Summer Olympic Games: Eddie Eagan (United States - boxing and bobsled), Jacob Tullin Thams (Norway – ski-jumping and yachting), Christa Luding-Rothenburger (East Germany – speed-skating and cycling) and Clara Hughes (Canada – speed-skating and cycling).

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Benjamin Kleibrink of Germany competes against Alexander Massialas of the United States


LONDON,- JULY 28: Heidi Loke of Norway clashes with Camille Ayglon and Alexandra Lacrabere of France in the Women's Handball preliminaries Group B - Match 6 between Norway and France on Day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Copper Box on July 28, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Tori board game. I love the cover of the box! Helsinki Market square, July 19, 1952. The market is sprawling with tourists from all over the world on the advent of the Helsinki Summer Olympics. The players represent stand holders who have come to the square from different provinces. Sell miniature replicas of the Paavo Nurmi statue, lemonade, ice cream, and of course Baltic herrings straight from the fishing boats! Hop in to the nostalgic ambience of the Market Square of the 1950s!