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They Can Play, and They Try To Write: Athlete Blog Wrap-Up

by Jeff Briggs

With the Olympics only a day away the blog posts of Olympians are increasing, here are today's posts:

Synchronized swimmer Janet Culp gets to practice in the Water Cube for the first time.

Sprinter Sanya Richards is in Dalian, training, marveling at the security, and enjoying the amenities.

Sprinter Lauryn Williams tells us of the whole traveling process as she goes from USA to Beijing to Dalian.

Fencer Tim Morehouse takes a trip to the Great Wall and goes to the fencing press conference.

Pentathelete Eli Bremer also talks about team processing and the traveling process to get to Beijing.

Beach volleyball player Todd Rogers arrives in Beijing.

Equestrian rider Beezie Madden is happy the horses have arrived in Hong Kong and is getting familiar with the facilities.

Non-Olympians are still blogging too:

Chris Cooley asks Clinton Portis to make a celebrity offense. Some odd choices, but Uncle Rico at QB makes it a playoff team.

Darren McFadden is learning pass protections and cutting out sodas from his diet.

Annika Sorenstam starts her tournament today in cold and rainy Sweden.