I don't think it's entirely fair, though: considering there are countries with three athletes, I don't
think it's fair to say how great countries like China, America and Great Britain are as sporting
nations when they're sending in hundreds of athletes and have three athletes in every race.
Life's not fair neutral
But neither is outnumbering people and claiming it's down to pure skill. The athletes who won
did so well, but there were many, many, many American athletes who probably absolutely failed
to countries smaller than them and were not given media attention for such reasons. If the size
of teams was limited to one team / one athlete per event, the big countries wouldn't do nearly
I honestly didn't realise Americans were so unsportsmanlike.
So what you're saying is that the big countries are actually terrible at sports only win due to sheer numbers. Haha okay.
I am of course happy that my country performed so well, but we really can't ignore the fact that the US has a massive population pool and the resources to put our athletes through top-notch training. That, and we have a sports-oriented culture to begin with (sometimes to our detriment, unfortunately).