Mixed reactions to Aussie swimmer's meltdown
Fri, 03 Aug 2012 8:57a.m.
Australia's Olympic campaign has not yet been as successful as they had hoped for.
They usually do well in the pool but they have only won one gold medal.
Swimmer Emily Seebohm did not cope well with her second-best silver medal, breaking down in tears at a news conference.
Australians have had mixed reactions to her meltdown.
Watch the video for the wrap by Australia correspondent Rachel Morton
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5/08/2012 11:45:35 a.m.
Young aussies aren't taught how to lose and how to lose gracefully.They have a almost arrogant attitude that they can't be beaten,it was great to see them suffer some humiliation especially with the mens 4x100 relay that everyone expected them to win and they totally crashed out,grow some backbone,show some grace and admit that on the day you were beaten by someone better,oh and by the way,wake up and realize that there are other countries competing at the games.I'm taking huge delight over here in oz at the fact that our little ol'Nu Zelund is winning more golds than the aussies,good luck to all our athletes.
3/08/2012 12:30:00 p.m.
Everyone has a right to weep when emotions overwhelm them what's the big deal, mainstream media not busy enough.
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