Learnodo’s Quote on Olympic Spirit

Spirit of the Olympics


 

 

Learnodo Newtonic on Olympic Spirit

A true competitor never loses here

For The Olympics are not just a competition

They are a celebration

Of courage  that has conquered insurmountable hurdles and made us go higher

Of love that can inspire to achieve the impossible and make us stronger

Of honor that  helps us challenge ourselves and makes us go faster

But most of all it is the celebration of human spirit that can push us beyond our limits and make us better men.

 


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