A range of human emotions at the London Olympics 2012
In sports there is always emotion and the London Olympics 2012 was no different as athletes showed that when it came to expressing themselves, they were no less human.
In sports there is always emotion, and the London Olympics 2012 was no different as athletes showed that when it came to expressing themselves, they were no less human. (AP & AFP Photos)
Russian players definitely get into the groove when they celebrate a point
There are some who take success in their stride and calmly accept victory as shown here by Jun-Ho Cho of South Korea.
The burden of failure is often hard to carry as expressed by Brazilian gymnast Daniele Matias Hypolito, center, is comforted by teammates after a disappointing performance.
Vijender Singh is not overawed by his win in the first round of boxing knowing he has a long way to go.
Swarn Singh Virk of India is too tired to even cheer for his victory, a clear indication that sports can drain you in every way.
Joy is multiplied when it is shared. Best exemplified by the Croatian men's handball team as they rejoice their win over South Korea.
Sometimes a simple gesture of team spirit speaks volumes about how much sportsmen take pride in the success of each other.