This week on the Girls on the Sideline pod, Lindsay and Whitney talk about some of the strange, funny things that have happened at the Olympic games in Rio, the games’ highlights and lowlights, and some of the unforgettable events that have taken place in the 2016 Olympic watersports games.
The girls talk about Michael Phelps’ amazing comeback and Whitney explains her “Justin Timberlake theory.” They even talk a little about chemistry – is it an exact science? According to a member of the IOC, it isn’t – wait, what?!
And – Whitney and Lindsay uncover the “truth” behind the rumors behind what really happens at the Olympic Village, and what could have been a factor in the start of these rumors.
This is definitely an episode you do not want to miss!
Highlights of Today’s Episode:
Michael Phelps’ redemption, return to glory, and how he has grown over the years. Rio Olympic Water Sports – “the gift that keeps on giving!” Green pool water dying Olympic swim athletes’ hair. Olympic Water Polo players “playing blind” during the games due to over-chlorinated water. Ryan Lochte’s deliberately dyed bleach blonde hair turning green. Olympic athletes getting robbed in Rio Rio Kayaking Athlete’s Olympic dreams ruined because of a couch? Singapore, Puerto Rico, Kosovo, and Fiji winning Gold Medals for the first time! Olympic athletes on Tinder and Bumble – hey, don’t judge! They’re young. They’re hot. Kudos to them! Rampant sexist comments by the Olympic commentators
Lindsay’s MVP & LVP of the Week:
This week’s MVP award goes to – Team USA! This week’s LVP award goes to – the smelly green pool.
Whitney’s MVP & LVP of the Week:
This week’s MVP award goes to – Team USA! This week’s LVP award goes to – the Texas Anaheim Football Program for their Female Aggie War Hymn song and Enzo le Forte for carrying his phone in his pocket during a fencing bout.
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