Q: are Olympic shot put and discus rigged? A: да!

Q: why hasn’t IOC added (50 lb.) weight classes to women’s shot put
if IOC says that IOC is pro-sports ethics and pro-fair play?

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#1 (260 lb.) Carter vs #12 (160 lb.) Dongmo 
__ 2016 Olympic Shot Put Final Women __

Q: why are there no (50 lb.) weight classes for women’s shot put?
Q: why did #12 (160 lb.) Dongmo compete against #1 (260 lb.) Carter?
Q: don’t y’all know anything about physics or are y’all dumb jocks?

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p.s.

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y’all [I O C] better add (50 lb.) weight classes before JESUS shows up

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puts y’all [I O C] to shame

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no matter what you think, God is here to say, “why are there no (50 lb.) weight classes for women’s shot put?

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In 2016, you International Olympic Committee (not God) let 
#12 (160 lb.) Dongmo compete against #1 (260 lb.) Carter

Q: why are there no (50 lb.) weight classes for women’s shot put?
Q: why are 160 lb. shot putters competing against 260 lb. shot putters?

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In 1920, the average offensive lineman was 6-foot-0, 211 pounds.
vs
In 2015, the average offensive lineman is 6-foot-5, 312 pounds.

p.s.
fix your 100 year-old shot put scandal before JESUS puts y’all to shame

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Fact: weight matters! 
if weight didn’t matter then there wouldn’t be weight classes:
1) for wrestling
2) for boxing
3) for weightlifting

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Q: if the IOC is pro-sports ethics and pro-fair play then
why are 150 lb. shot putters competing against 250 lb. shot putters?
Timothy Golden 04.8.15 at 4:37 PM

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or

TimboGolden

Feb 8

U.S. Department of Justice,
Fact: weight matters! 
if weight didn’t matter 
then there wouldn’t be weight classes (duh!):
1) for(e!) wrestling
2) for(e!) boxing
3) for(e!) weightlifting

U.S. Department of Justice,
Fact: weight matters! 
if weight didn’t matter 
then there wouldn’t be weight classes:
1) for(e!) wrestling
2) for(e!) boxing
3) for(e!) weightlifting
p.s.
Q1: why are there no weight classes for(e!) high school shot put?
Q2: why are 250lb persons competing against 125lb persons?
Q3: if a 125lb person (he/she) is throwing a 12lb shot put
(which is 10% of his/her body weight) 
and 
if a 250lb person (he/she) is throwing a 12lb shot put
(which is 5% of his/her body weight)
then 
1) that is unfair and 
then 
2) that needs to change (be fixed).
p.p.s.
to make high school shot put more fair for(e!) all persons (he/she) 
require U.S. high school shot put programs to add weight classes:
1) 100lb to 150lb 
2) 151lb to 200lb
3) 201lb to 250lb
4) 251lb to 300lb
5) 301lb to 350lb
p.p.p.s.
don’t discriminate against student/shot putters who weigh less
p.p.p.p.s.
Q4: to be fair what shot put weight would a 250lb person (he/she) need to throw to equal the shot put weight that the 125lb person is throwing
(remember: a 12lb shot put = 10% of the 125lb person body weight)?
A: a 25lb shot put 
Q5: don’t you want (desire) all high school shot put/discus to(o):
1) be fun for(e!) all
2) be fair for(e!) all
3) be safe for(e!) all

p.p.p.p.p.s.

I [HE HE HE] knocked more than once

p.s.

after Saturday 2/11/2017 (Nassau County High School Wrestling Finals)

my son Jack will be throwing the shot put and the discus (for the Third year).

although He can bench 300lbs He only weighs 150lbs and He is only 5'8"

p.p.s.

Q: should any (male or female) shot putter have to compete against

any (male or female) shot putter 100lbs heavier + 1/2 foot taller?

Fact: ‘height and weight’ do matter (ask any Teacher of physics)

when it comes to (high school, college and Olympic) shot put and discus

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my son Jack will be throwing the shot put for the 4th school year.
He can bench press 315 lbs. (so what)
He weighs 150 lbs. (so what)
He will compete against shot putters who weigh 250–300 lbs. (duh!)

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Timbo Golden Jul 21, 2016

Sometimes promise and threat arrive together. —

Richard Tonowski, Chief Psychologist EEOC

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This petition will be delivered to:
International Olympic Committee

https://www.olympic.org/about-ioc-institution

The Olympic Movement is defined also by the numerous activities in which it engages, such as:

  • Promoting sport and competitions through the intermediary of national and international sports institutions worldwide.
  • Cooperation with public and private organisations to place sport at the service of mankind.
  • Assistance to develop “Sport for All”.
  • Advancement of women in sport at all levels and in all structures, with a view to achieving equality between men and women. Help in the development of sport for all.
  • Opposition to all forms of commercial exploitation of sport and athletes.
  • The fight against doping.
  • Promoting sports ethics and fair play.
  • Raising awareness of environmental problems.
  • Financial and educational support for developing countries through the IOC institution Olympic Solidarity.

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p.s.

chew! chew! [eat God’s Mail]

and

do! do! [exorcise (right wrongs)]