Sunday, August 10, 2008

Back In Beijing

It's a week away from my opening round today. As you know, I came back to the village yesterday. Brooks, Tiff, Kenta and myself went over to the Birdsnest Stadium to the warm-up facility. Our trip was mainly to see how long it took to get from point A to point B. The stadium isn't very far from our housing.

Of course, I had to eat in the dinning hall of the village and it's crazy, you sit down at a table and you have Rafael Nadal and Pau Gasol on one end across from you.

I don't have very much planned for the day, just a little lifting. I will be back on the track tomorrow for some light work. I will more than likely head down to the NIKE place later on with Miguel Pate. Later tonight, me and Kenta are going to go catch the Team USA women's basketball game, we tried to get tickets to last nights men's basketball game against China, but you know that was sold out. My goal for sometime this week is to head down to the aquatic center and catch Micheal Phelps win one of those Golds!


Anonymous said...

Go on with yo fine sef

De'Nita said...

I just wanted to pay you a compliment. I saw you in Essence magazine (I realize I'm a little late). It always makes my heart smile when I see my young brothas being positive role models. I work with disadvantaged kids daily and see what hopelessness and helplessness does to their spirit. Thank you for taking the time to care about young people in your community. If no other sister is appreciative enough to recognize and tell you, then let me be the first. Your character truly makes you a beautiful MAN inside and out. Keep doing what you do darling and be blessed. I will be watching for you to do and be great in Bejing!

De'Nita Connor, MS

Akuru Nyobondo! said...

hey yo D.O, good luck in B-Town man. Been ur follower nw 4 while! Go 'et them BISON!

CeeCee said...

Hi David,

I've just come across your blog and it's been a great read. I'll be looking forward to you and your team bringing home the gold. Much success to you Sweetie!

Anonymous said...

Hi David,
It was ashame u missed the B-ball game USA V China. I was lucky enough to watch on Live on Tv. It was a good game. Cant wait for the game on tues.
Take Care
From Candice
London xx

andrea said...

Good job kiddo! We'll be cheering you on from home.

gfrizell said...

All Good!! It's wonderful to see Howard Alums doing good things: You and Lance "Armstrong". Wonder how Miss A. Mackins is doing...I try to keep up with the Olympics on television and root for the good athletes. I'm sure that you will do well. Looking forward to reading more of your blog, David.
Midwest Connection,

Glenn B. Frizell
Kansas City Missoui
Howard Entry Class 1998.
Laura and Courtney say "Rah!" No they don't I'm just writing that.

Katia Carolina said...

pessa pra alguem traduzir essa....voc~e é muito gato...negro lindo...rsrsrs

Katie said...

so glad to have found your blog to read what it's like behind the scenes. Your posts are very insightful and honest and i love the pics! Good luck in your race!

Jewel said...

Hi david,

did i spell corectly? oh nvm ur blog was so cool man
in beijin.did u win 1st?2nd?or 3rd. but nvm cheer up la

Jewel. from singapore

Donna said...

Good Luck David!

Tiffany said...

Hi David!

I am a Denver East High Alum - class of 98'. My fiance and I just got done watching you in the Quarter finals (8.19.08 @7:30pmMST). WOW! Bring home the gold! We are wishing you the best - hope you, your team, and family have a safe trip back.

East Angels - Hey lo lo hey lo lo Hey!


Julie said...

Sounds like so much fun! So awesome that you're blogging from Beijing. It's very cool to hear about it from an insider's perspective. And you'll be glad that you kept a "journal" of your experience.

Good luck in your races! Get that gold!