Squash or breakdancing at the Olympics – which would you choose?

September 11, 2019 Ian Hull advocatedaily 0 Comments
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Squash or breakdancing at the Olympics – which would you choose?

By Ian Hull



 

Ian Hull

The Olympics seemed a lot simpler when Montreal hosted the summer games in 1976. Yes, there were some bizarre sports that seemed better suited to ancient Greece (hammer throw anyone?).

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