Psychalympic Roundup: New record for Britain in the 100m for the Acutely Solemn
Andrew Brown a semi-professional depressive from Stoke was typically downbeat about his new record on another fabulous medal-laden day for the British team.
Earlier in the pool the 50m backstroke for people with no sense of direction was won by Doncaster’s Alison Grey shortly followed by another victory for her partner and defending champion Alan Grey in the 100m butterfly for Panickers.
At the Velodrome, Britain had two teams qualify for tomorrow’s final in the Embarrasing laugh pursuit, whilst a silver was seen as a step up for Brian Day in the Incurable Romantic omnium. He later presented his flowers to Carolina Ulrich – the German winner of the womens team sprint in the T76 – Terminal Ennui affecting at least one limb.
Back at the track, the triplejump final for athletes with No Sense of Urgency had to be deferred until tomorrow as none of them showed up on time.
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Posted: Sep 3rd, 2012 by Guest
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