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Conspiracy Revealed: IOC Strips Chinese of Olympic Bronze

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IOC Strips 2000 Games
Bronze Medal from China

Associated Press
by: Stephen Wilson

Scandal of the Ages: Documents
Reveal Underage Chinese Gymnast


by: David Flumenbaum

Records Say Chinese Gymnasts
May Be Under Age

NY Times.com
by: Jere Longman and Juliet Macur

  Chalk up another win for the basement dwelling shut-ins still living at home with mom and dad. Those tin foil hat wearing American patriots got another one right, as recently the International Olympic Committee ruled that the Chinese women's gymnastics team used an under aged athlete to win bronze during the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. The International Gymnastics Federation recently uncovered evidence that Dong Fangxiao of China was only 14 years old during the 2000 Games, a clear violation of IOC rules which state that gymnasts must turn 16 during the Olympic year in which the games are held to be eligible for competition. The 14 year old Dong was therefore disqualified and as a result China has been ordered to return their medals, which will now be awarded to the United States.

"We are pained over this incident. We will learn a lesson and further strengthen all kinds of administrative work on athletes and resolutely prevent a similar incident from happening again," the Chinese association said in a statement carried by the official Xinhua News Agency. "The attitude and stance of the Chinese Gymnastics Association is completely the same as that of the IOC."

Although China losing bronze over age falsification is a colossal embarrassment to a country that puts such a heavy emphasis on Olympic achievement, it was barely covered in the communist nation's state-run media, as no doubt the Chinese government will seek to quell any potential controversy within its own borders. We have little doubt that this IOC ruling will have much of an effect on the iniquitous practices of the Chinese Gymnastics Association. They will continue to deceive us, pushing their prepubecents into the limelight on the Olympic stage, but in the future they're certain to employ more compelling document falsification tactics. Maybe they print the new passports and birth certificates a few years in advance, rather than just a few months before the games begin, allowing for a more realistic, simulated document aging process. Perhaps they trot out their fourteen year old midgets with husbands or genetically enhanced with excessive body hair to further corroborate their claims. As far as I'm concerned, what we're seeing here the establishment of a pattern with the Chinese that can be backed up by hard evidence. The Chinese falsified documents for the 2000 Sydney Games and they did it again during the 2008 Beijing Games, rationalizing as host nation, that bolstering their own team's performance in the prestigious gymnastics competition must be part of the home team advantage. Based on this new incontrovertible evidence, I for one demand a more comprehensive investigation into the Chinese Gymnastics team from the 2008 Beijing Games. These mighty-mites, led by the markedly underaged He Kexin (she was actually photographed missing a baby tooth during the games), won six medals at the Olympic Games including a controversial team gold medal for the host nation over the heavily favored US Team. I'm certain if they dig deep enough, evidence of another cover-up (business as usual for the unscrupulous Chinese Gymnastics Association) will percolate to the top nullifying another Olympic Medal claim by the Chinese. I'll even help you guys out. Click through the links at the left for more information on how the age claims of the Chinese gymnasts from 2008 were contradicted by printed media in China posted on the Internet.  There's something sinister going on in the People's Republic of China, but we stand ready, we are The Asterisk.


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From : Matt from Tulsa
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008
         1:47 AM

I have rock-solid proof that the Chinese women's gymnastics team is concealing the true age of three of their competitors in Beijing. I regularly follow women's gymnastics and have for years, so it was funny to me that the Chinese government was trying to pass off Yang Yilin, Jiang Yuyuan, and He Kexin as legitimate. Back in 2007, I watched multiple gymnastic championship events and taped them. The commentators clearly state their ages at 13 and 14 when referring to these girls. I still have the tapes!  I've also saved articles from '06 and '07 hailing these three and "rising stars" and "promising athletes". They appear in separate articles, but the point is they were to be the pride of China for the 2012 games in London, not the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing. The IOC had better get its act together and look deeper into this matter. If not, I am prepared to setup my own website with YouTube clips of the girls competing, scanned versions of the articles, and the missing internet webpages that I printed up last year. Think about it IOC, do you want egg on your face or do I have to play hardball?
From : Luke S from Alderon
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2008
         12:45 AM
You might want to know that the "tin foil hat" crowd is not the only people who wonders if some members of the Chinese women's gymnastics team are under-aged according to this article: http://sports.espn.go.com/oly/summer08/gymnastics/news/story?id=3547713  If the FIG (Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique) does confirm the underage story, we could see several gymnastic medals stripped from the Chinese team some time after the Olympics end.
From : Davo from NJ
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2008
         2:59 PM
From an AP article: "Even China's own Yang Yun, a double bronze medalist in Sydney, said during an interview aired on state broadcaster China Central Television that she was 14 during the 2000 Games." If China could falsify documents in the past, what's to stop them from falsifying them now? Thus, the question of whether Chinese government documents (i.e., passports, identity cards) can be trusted can be answered with a resounding "No!"
From : Beth from Phoenix
Sent: Saturday, August 23, 2008
         12:15 PM
This whole situation is really unfortunate. If the Chinese were less than truthful and it's shown that they competed with underage athletes, then I feel bad for the Chinese gymnasts who were 16 and may be stripped of a gold medal because of the actions of a few. I also feel bad for the American Team or any others affected by the Chinese scandal who won't have an opportunity to stand on top of the Olympic podium to see their flag raised and listen to their national anthem being played. It's really not right.  I even feel bad for the underage Chinese gymnasts, like He Kexin. At 14 years old, you do what you're told. You don't question authority, especially not in a culture like China's.  I'm sure those young girls were put in a very difficult position and it's tough to blame them for what's been going on in Beijing.
From : Albert from Houston,TX
Sent: Saturday, August 23, 2008
         2:37 PM
Americans are such whiners. When things don't go their way, they protest, they complain, and they whine. It's always someone else's fault. They are never to blame. The American team somehow, though no fault of their own, got screwed. Was it not Alicia Sacrimony that fell off the balance beam and then fell again during the floor exercise? Nastia Liukin and Shawn Johnson both had missteps during the floor exercise too. Does that sound like a gold medal performance to you? Gymnastics is a sport that relies on an inconsistent human element to judge each performance. It may not be an ideal system, but it's what we've always had. It's an integral and expected part of the sport.  I say screw the age limit. If a young gymnast is strong enough to compete on the world stage, then let 'em compete. It seems like a cop out to hide behind the fact that a younger athlete is immune to the pressures of competition ... just a bunch of American whining.
From : William from Miami, FL
Sent: Sunday, August 24, 2008
         10:42 PM
Wow, I'm satisfied! The Chinese government has now come forward with all of the appropriate documentation to substantiate the claims of their women's gymnastic teams. Apparently all birth certificates and passports were presented to the IOC corroborating what the girls, I mean women, have said all along. Every member of their gymnastics team is at least sixteen years old. Boy, I sure am glad that was cleared up. Thankfully we can now all rest easy, as there's certainly no doubting the solid reputation of the Chinese government to fabricate, I mean provide, solid backup materials that I'm sure were just unavailable all along. Probably lost in some little village hut in a remote Chinese province... what a crock!




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