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no big deal,any brother would do the same, it's a no brainer
Good on the brothers. They have shown what relations with each other should be and not what it generally is in this country - selfish.
The BBC should always have hys's on most current affair issues, not just one on sport.The globalist, greedy, controlling, leftist, naive, invasion, exploitation, insane destructive agenda is failing, good, stop supporting it and have more hys's.Stop disallowing public discussion just because you're frightened of anti left views.
@422 thermThere is another view than yours - as summed up very well @426 below. And what about the joy of seeing athletes respect their fellow competitors by taking them on equally and fairly - and not relying on a sibling to help them beat the competition (as undoubtedly happened here)?
Yes it's a heartwarming story but it was still unfair assistance. Whatever the rules say, athletes should finish their event unaided, not helped across the line by a competitor. Simple as that really. As someone else said on here, what's the point of having a race in the first place? Here's a thing, I would have been more impressed if it wasn't his brother and from another country.
Yes, but do they know the BBC's Breaking News for today?"Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt"Beam me up Scotty!
Blood is thicker than water.Good for them I say.And just for once, the crackpot leftie BBC gives us something positive to comment on.
Love this kind of demonstration of sportsmanship and respect to these guys! However, four HYS on today's BBC and three already shut down with only a few hundred comments, why? Because the BBC didn't like the comments most people were leaving, that's why, so why bother with HYS at all?! I don't necessarily agree with the comments people leave all the time, but I want to read what others think.
@naigibWhat a shame you are unable to see the joy of this like the vast majority of folk.
@414 thermThere is a valid argument about what constitutes 'sportmanship' to be considered here - saying that those who question your own interpretation are somehow deficient, indicates your own immaturity about engaging in an honest debate about the matter.
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