Ladrones, estafadores, desfalco, mentira y mafia: la Sinapia
Todo el equipo español de mentirosos, mellados, estafadores que fueron a la Olimpiada de los Subnormales, perdón, Paralímpicos en Sydney 2000 eran normales.
Un momento, qué normales, eran españoles, es decir un atajo de subnormales del primero al último.
Un país de fracasados, que sus victorias en el deporte las tuvo por el soborno y la droga. Es ahora, cuando va saltando la mierda, el hazmerreir de la humanidad –aunque en Sinapia bien que se lo callan, para tener anestesiado al pueblo idiota.
The biggest cheats in sporting history: Extraordinary story of Spanish basketball team who pretended to be disabled to win Paralympic gold
Una manga de tarugos
Acá están los vividores agitando un pedazo de trapo de colorines, tendrían que ir presos del primero al último
Como se podía esperar en Sinapia los jueces los han declarado inocentes
No hay nadie inocente en Sinapia, son todos culpables, pero sin delincuentes en Sinapia no podemos vivir.
En esas Paralimpiadas Sinapia ganó 107 medallas de mellados, está claro como.
No se crean que esto es un hecho aislado, de la estafa máxima que es el deporte.
Promocionan el deporte porque a las iglesias ya no va nadie. El deporte es el nuevo opio del pueblo, antes era la religión. Y con estos detritos tienen al país de los idiotas e ignorantes sentado frente a la TV, y la Clase Política robando tranquilos.
Y no salgan a la calle a protestar, ni a exigir un mundo mejor los jóvenes, porque los catedráticos españoles del Opus ( o sea, todos ) azuzan a los gobernantes para que disparen sin piedad sobre el que proteste y los maten.
The former head of the Spanish Federation for Mentally Handicapped Sports, Fernando Martin Vicente, has been found guilty of fraud over the scandal at the Sydney Olympics. The scandal broke in November 2000 when Carlos Ribagorda, a member of Spain’s gold medal-winning intellectually handicapped basketball team in Sydney, claimed that he and other athletes were not mentally deficient. He said the only test he had been asked to complete at his first training session was six press-ups, after which his blood pressure was taken, and that they posed as mentally disabled players with the help of fake medical certificates they were provided with.
Spain (in white) in action in the final against Russia: The sports boss who recruited the fraudulent players has been found guilty of fraud 13 years after the scandal
At one point during the first game of the tournament, when they were leading China by 30 points, Ribagorda claimed the coach told the players: ‘Lads, move down a gear or they’ll figure out you’re not disabled.’
They went on to beat Russia in the final. But their deceit began to unravel when a picture of their victory celebrations on the court was published by Spanish sports daily Marca.
Soon, readers started commenting that they recognised some of the players and revealed how they weren’t disabled at all, it was reported by The Local.
Martin Vicente resigned as the head of the Spanish Federation for Mentally Handicapped Sports, which was responsible for screening some participants in the Paralympics in Sydney shortly after the Capital article was published, saying he accepted ‘total responsibility’.
They were forced to return their medals and the category of intellectual disabled basketball was removed from the Paralympic program after the 2000 Games.
He had argued that psychological evaluations of mentally deficient athletes as difficult and that mistakes had been made.
‘If someone wants to cheat, it’s difficult to detect. It’s easy to pretend you have little intelligence but the opposite is difficult,’ he said when he announced his resignation.
Eighteen other people, including members of the basketball team that went to Sydney and managers of the Spanish Federation for Mentally Handicapped Sports, were also charged over the affair but the court on Monday dropped the charges.
Spain had their most successful Paralympics in Sydney, winning 107 medals to finish third in the medals table after Australia and Britain.