mercoledì 27 luglio 2016
Wrestler Pietro Lombardi tribute @Juice Berry
Hey my bulges in tracksuits! :-) Next July 29th, 2016 is the LXXVIII anniversary of the beginning of the 1948 Summer Olympic Games held at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London, the first postwar Games, officially known as Games of the XIV Olympiad.
The Modern Olympic Games (improperly named Olympiads, which are the 4-year-long interval between the Games instead) were funded by baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1894 with the International Olympic Committee (IOC - Comité International Olympique, CIO) located in Lausanne (CH) to recall the ancient greek Games held in Olympia from the VIII century BC to the IV century AD. That's why, the first Olympics were held in Athens in 1896, whereas in 1924 the Winter version of them took place in Chamonix (FR).
Going back to the subject of the 1948 Summer Olympics, 16 wrestling events were contested: 8-weight-class freestyle competitions from July 29th to 31st and 8-weight-class Greco-Roman ones from August 3rd to 6th, 1948. In contrast to Berlin 1936 flyweight (up to 52kg) was added to the all wrestling styles, and the first flyweight Greco-Roman wrestling Gold was won by Italian Pietro Lombardi on Turkish Kenan Olcay (Silver) and Finnish Reino Kangasmäki (Bronze).
So, if you like wet bulges in tracksuits and sweaty bodies you cannot miss this tribute to the Italian wrestling champion @Juice Berry, via Torino 162, Venice (Mestre) next Friday from 11pm.
ph. by GDLart