How to watch the Asian greens at the Olympic Games
The Olympics are the most significant sporting event of the year in Australia, and there is an element of pride in the way the country’s athletes are dressed for the occasion.
This year, the women’s green is a darker shade of green with an almost-white band across the back of the neck, the men’s green has a more neutral design, and the men are wearing an elaborate grey-and-white suit that is adorned with gold stars.
The contrast between the two colours has been the focus of debate since the start of the competition, with some arguing the colour of the green is less relevant to the athletes than the colour white.
The colours are the focus for many as the women and men face off on a green carpet in the final of the women in track and field final on Sunday.
The colours are a big talking point, as the men wore white tracksuits during the Beijing Olympics while the women wore a green ensemble in the women final in Sydney.
It has led to some colourful exchanges on social media, with one person tweeting: “Can you imagine a blue green colour on your face and you’re wearing white tracksuit?”.
But while many in the country are happy with the colour choice, it has not stopped the controversy.
As the Olympics begin, we take a look at what to expect in the first race of the day, the 400m individual medley.
The 400m Individual Medley: Women and menThe Australian women will begin in front of a backdrop of red and white and red and yellow with blue on it.
They will race alongside three other teams of four men and two women, and have just three points on the scoreboard.
If you’re not familiar with the 400 metres, it’s basically a 100m run, and a lot of them are very long.
There are a lot more of them than the men, who run a relatively slow distance.
But they are still very close, and in the men only one will finish, as they are going to be separated by a hair.
When the race starts, the Australian women are expected to lead the race, and will be the favourites.
However, the distance for the men is much shorter, and they will be aiming for a very short lead, meaning that they will have plenty of time to set the pace.
This will allow them to avoid the other two teams, who will be trying to get to the front, and also make the men as nervous as possible.
Australian women: First start is 5’2″ and 180cmLangley, Victoria, 7.50amGoes well for the women to get out there.
We’ve got two women and one man and we’re just going to have to be careful.
You’ll see a lot different from one day to the next.
They’re going to come out with a different plan and different approach.
Men: First starts are 5’1″ and 200cmLagoon, Victoria 7.40amGone well for some of the men to get their first race under way.
Gone really well.
A lot of the time they’ve got their minds in the right place and just trying to take it one step at a time.
For the men however, it is a very different story.
And it’s all going to change very, very quickly.
I think there are a number of things that have to change for the better in the last 10 or 15 minutes.
The last few times I’ve had the chance to watch them, they’ve looked very good.
Their tracksuits are very good, so it’s important to have a good tracksuit for the 200m, and that’s what we’re going for, so we’ve got a good run in.
Now we’ve just got to have the proper training and the right environment.
All of these things have to come together, and I think that’s why the women are the favourites to win.
Australia women: Second start is 6’1½” and 170cmNelson Creek, Victoria 9.10amGained the first gold for Australia in the 400 metre, and then again in the 200 metre.
Got the lead in the 1500m and then in the 800m.
Great start, but they’ve done very well in the races.
Langlake, the first place finisher in the 3000m, is going to try to run away with it.
“It’s been very exciting to be the first person to win the race. “
I’ve got nothing to be ashamed of,” she said.
“It’s been very exciting to be the first person to win the race.
And we’ve still got to go and take it all