The sport has become more important to the culture of the United States than ever, and as such it has been increasingly shaped by athletes.
The Olympics have always been about sportsmanship, competition, and pride in the U.S. But in the past decade, we’ve seen more emphasis placed on performance goals and individual accomplishments, with many teams trying to push the envelope in their quest for medals.
Some of these goals have been laudable, others are downright silly, and some have become just plain bizarre.
The list of performance goals at the Olympics is extensive, and for many, it is the most important of all sports.
In this article, we’re going to break down the 10 greatest Olympic performance goals from each of the past 10 Summer Games.
Make a goal of winning the gold medal in the Olympics in 2020, 2022, 2024, and 2028.
(Getty Images)This is one of the greatest sports achievement goals ever.
It has never been done, but it has always been possible.
You just need to get through your next Olympic games, as long as you’re able.
The 2020 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, were the most successful ever, winning the men’s team gold in men’s synchronized swimming with a time of 14:38.
The 2022 Olympics in Beijing, China, were followed by a bronze in the women’s synchronized pool swimming with an overall time of 15:04.
The 2024 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, were a surprise second with a silver in women’s rowing with a total time of 16:58.
The 2028 Games in Tokyo, Japan, are expected to be even more impressive, with a bronze medal in synchronized swimming and a gold medal for the women in the men.
The only problem is that these goals are all pretty silly.
For the 2020 Olympics, the United Kingdom won gold in women�s synchronized swimming, followed by Germany, Canada, France, and the United Arab Emirates.
They were all in the finals, with the Germans winning bronze and the Canadians winning silver.
The silver medal for Canada went to a young, inexperienced Canadian who was barely known outside Canada and was playing with only her younger brother.
The bronze went to the United State.
The United States, on the other hand, was in the final, but lost to Japan and China.
So how did they do?
There are three reasons.
First, the women�d only compete in one Olympic event at the 2020 Games, a men�s 5,000 meters.
So the goal of having a better time than the other team is laughable, especially considering the gold medals won by the United Sates and Germany were tied at the time.
Second, the 2020 games were the first to be played in a stadium that was less than 10 years old.
That is a feat, but a ridiculous one.
Even the World Cup was played in stadiums that were 20 years old in 1994.
The problem is, the U:S.
has never hosted an Olympic event in a new stadium, and this is not the first time that has happened.
It also means that the UnitedS.
will likely have to play at least three games at a new facility.
Third, the Olympics were a huge success for the UnitedStates and Canada.
The U. S. finished fourth in the medal count and led the medal haul in both men�d and women�ll swimming, with seven golds and one bronze.
The Canadian Olympic team finished fourth and came in fourth overall in the pool, behind only Germany, but behind the United Nations and China, the worlds top two medal-winning nations.
The rest of the medal tally is not quite as impressive, as it is only two golds in swimming, one in track and field, and one in gymnastics.
That’s not bad for a team that was the best in the World in the last four years, but the U.:S.
also failed to reach the semifinals of the men�ll 100 meters relay, and it was eliminated in the semifinals in men�l synchronized swimming.
So why did they win the medals?
Well, the medals were awarded to the best individual performance in a single sport.
The medals were also awarded to each team in a unique fashion.
Canada had to overcome a series of setbacks, including the loss of two key players in its men�ld swimming team and the retirement of the reigning Olympic champion.
But the men did very well, and in the process became the most decorated team in Olympic history.
And the Canadian women were the best team in their sport and the best of their era.
The other team, the Japanese, finished sixth.
And of course, the Americans came in sixth, with six golds.
These results are not exactly in the same category as those of the Japanese and Canadian, but they do not look good for either team.
This team did not win the medal at the 2010 Summer Games in London. The best