Training hard for London Olympics

Updated: 2012-04-05 17:26


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As the 2012 London Olympic Games draws near, athletes from all over the world toil in their everyday training. Some are fighting for new glories, while others strain to defend their title. In every sport, athletes are practicing the wisdom of "sweat and tears", and every minute may make a difference on their way to success.

Training hard for London Olympics

Kazakhstan's judoka Maxim Rakov (in blue) trains with his teammate Alexander Kosachev for the London 2012 Olympics as his father and coach Sergei (R) looks on in Almaty April 2, 2012. Judo is more than a sport for Maxim Rakov. It's a way of life for the world's top-ranked judoka and his entire family on the windswept steppe of Kazakhstan. "You could say that we are a dynasty," the 26-year-old former world champion said as he prepares for his Olympic debut. Picture taken April 2, 2012. [Photo/Agencies]

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