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In a far more blunt message apparently aimed at Hines, Fonua wrote: “You f—ing disgust me.
Do you realize how many people’s lives you just ruined without any good reason but clickbait journalism? Fonua — who competes Saturday in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke and is one of only two openly gay swimmers currently competing in Rio, according to Out Sports — also posted a very clear message to the shamed journalist via Instagram, basically telling him to kiss his “hot ass.” Among the passages in the article was this one: “As shared in our editor’s note earlier today, we initially thought swift removal of any identifying characteristics and better clarification of our intent was the adequate way to address this.
Nearly 300 pigeons were killed or wounded, leaving the ground littered with feathers and blood.
Such simplicity of design did not quell an eruption of controversy in the sport, however.
So what happed to the swimming obstacle race, all-around dumbbells competition and dueling pistols of earlier Olympiads?
As the Summer Olympics gets underway in London, find out what happened to five defunct Olympic sports that won’t be making a comeback any time soon. 200-Meter Swimming Obstacle Race Every four years, the world watches in awe as Olympians like Michael Phelps cut gracefully through the water to set world records and hold aloft gold medals in freestyle swimming.
Our initial reaction was that the entire removal of the piece was not necessary. We’re sorry.“Today we did not uphold a deep set of The Daily Beast’s values. #pride A photo posted by Amini Fonua (@aminifonua) on The 2016 Summer Olympics start on Aug.
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