As they stood on the podium, I potatoed on the couch, wondering -- what were they thinking, what did it take to get to where they were, and what did it mean to be the best in the world? Then suddenly, I was identifying with their parents. What did it mean to raise the best in the world? Clearly I was not the only one wondering.
Misha The Bear And Brezhnev At The 1980 Moscow Olympics
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He was designed by children's books illustrator Victor Chizhikov. Misha is the first mascot of a sporting event to achieve large-scale commercial success in merchandise. The Misha doll was used extensively during the opening and closing ceremonies, appeared on several merchandise products and had both an animated short film animated by Soyuzmultfilm and a television series animated by Nippon Animation , all of which are now common practice not only in the Olympic Games, but also in the FIFA World Cup and other events' mascots. Also, most anthropomorphic bears in Russian fairy tales have this name.
First mother, son pair to compete at the same Olympics in Rio
You may have seen U. Michael Phelps' mom held her heart and put her head down when her son was in a tight race. The cameras have shown Olympic parents at their most tense and most involved. While the parents, Raisman's in particular, seem surprised to have the cameras aimed at them, what is not surprising is just how invested the parents of the world's best athletes are in the competition.
Mira Kapoor is truly a millennial mum and young mum's often find her posts helpful. From her hommemade decor to Mira's skin care routine, her fans and followers love the smallest of details. Today, Mira took to Instagram to reveal what she and her daughter Misha Kapoor were up to on a Sunday.