Have You Seen Rio's Diving Pool Yet? Because The Water Is Green
Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
So in case you missed it, the diving pool at the Rio Olympics turned green on Tuesday when algae entered the water. Yep, green. Per Fox News...

Rio spokesman Mario Andrada said the green was caused "by a proliferation of algae."

"This was because of heat and a lack of wind," he said. "We did all the chemical tests.”

Filed Under: Summer Olympics


If I remember correctly the 1980 Moscow games had the diving competition at a lake. We didn't participate so news was sketchy but pretty sure it was a friggin lake.
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It's just jealous of the other pool
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It's green with envy
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Who would've thought holding the Olympics in a third world shithole would be a bad idea?
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Just a little sewage. No biggie
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Marketing stunt for suicide squad?
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Is anybody sorry yet that the IOC awarded the games to this 3rd world country?
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