Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Bromance at the Olympics


Abs, hugs and asses: Bromance at the Olympics

By Jim Buzinski@outsports on Aug 14, 2016

Seeing athletes show affection never gets old.

One of the coolest things about the Olympics is seeing athletes show emotion, especially affection in an arena that is acceptable to men. It's a bromance novel every four years.

It's also great to see some of the athletes better assets, often hidden underneath their uniforms — namely their abs. And finally, a parting shot that shows what all that rowing does to build one's glutes.


Canada's Gavin Schmitt (L) embraces Canada's Tyler Sanders after they won the men's qualifying volleyball match between the USA and Canada (Photo by Pedro UgarteAFP/Getty Images)

Gregorio Paltrinieri of Italy celebrates winning gold with Gabriele Detti of Italy, who won bronze in the Men's 1500m Freestyle Final (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images) 

Jack Laugher, left, and Chris Mears of Great Britain celebrate winning the Men's Diving Synchronized 3m Springboard Final. (Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images)

Moises Duque of Brazil and Carlin Isles of the United States embrace after the Men's Placing 9-12, Match in rugby. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) 

Diego Hypolito (right) and Arthur Mariano of Brazil celebrate winning silver and bronze respectively after the Men's Floor Exercise Final. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images) 

Silver medalist Chase Kalisz of the United States and gold medal medalist Kosuke Hagino of Japan embrace during the medal ceremony for the Final of the Men's 400m Individual Medley. (Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images) 

Marc Lopez of Spain and Rafael Nadal of Spain celebrate victory in their men's doubles semifinal. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

South Africa's Tim Agaba (right) embraces South Africa's Kwagga Smith after victory in the mens rugby sevens bronze medal match between Japan and South Africa. (Photo byJohn MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images) 

Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Balandin (L) celebrates with third placed Russia's Anton Chupkov after he won the Men's 200m Breaststroke Final. (Photo by Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images)

Junghwan Kim of S. Korea (right) embraces Nikolay Kovalev of Russia following the men's individual sabre quarterfinal. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Gabriel Jesus (right) of Brazil celebrates with teammate Neymar his goal against Denmark. (Photo by Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images)


Floor exercise silver medalist Diego Hypolito (bottom) and bronze medalist Arthur Mariano (From Mariano's Instagram)

Brazilian gymnast Francisco Barretto Jr. (From Baretto's Instagram)

Max Whitlock, British gymnast, who won two gold medals in Rio on Sunday. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images). 


British sprinter Harry Aikines (From Instagram)

South Korea judo athletes, from left, Gwak Dong-han, Lee Seung-su, An Chang-rim, An Baul, and Kim Won Jin. (Via Instagram)

Italy's Fabio Basile, gold medalist in men's 66kg judo. (Photo by Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)

Bronze medalists Are Strandli (left) and Kristoffer Brun of Norway in the Lightweight Men's Double Sculls. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) 


Openly gay New Zealand Olympic rower Robbie Manson (left) with his brother Karl, also a rower. The photo has the caption: "@warwick_rowers eat your heart out! #kiwirowers #nakedrowers #nzscenery #thatviewthough"(From Robbie Manson's Instagram).


Male Olympic gymnasts might be better off competing shirtless. 

1 comment:

glen_mc said...

I'll take the two from Norway please.