Michelle Obama Hugs Olympians

Bill Weir shares stories from the 2012 Olympic games.
3:00 | 07/30/12

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rick. Watch the body language as the little girl that they started tumbling and mommy and me classes at age 2 performs in her first olympic game. Come on, aly, come on. Come on. Come on. Come on. Catch it, nice. Come on. Come on. Catch. Let's go. Let's go. Catch it! Hold on. Stick it, please. Stick it. Stick it. Yeah! 10. 10! Stick it, please! That's fantastic. And some parents can't even watch. This is john orozco's mom. She can't even look at her boy. Also, easy win today. Basketball court. LeBRON AND THE BASKETBALL TEAM Beat france. And after the win, you get a hug, kobe bryant and you get a HUG, LeBRON JAMES. Everybody gets a hug from the first lady of the united states. Michelle obama, the rooter in chief at these olympics and appreciation of the employers. No offense to the vice president, I can't imagine these guys lining up to wrap their arms around joe bind. Maybe they would. They would not, bill. No way they would. And you got to give her props for getting sweaty with the guys. She also visited military families at two bases before heading back to the states here. And finally for all of us who love the jamaican bobsled team, eddie the eagle and remember the swim worry could barely keep up. We have a new dollar ling. He's from the west afghan nation of nyjer. They got a wild card entry. They said you, learn how torow. A month ago, he got in the skull for the first time. He finished 1:40 behind the winner, panting and grunting. But the cheers for himmy so great. "You can do it, you can do it!" It's one of those fantastic moments that makes you realize it's not whether you win or lose it's how you win or lose. Afterwards he said, hey, i thought it went well. He's happy to be here. And said the opening ceremonies is the first time he'd ever seen fireworks. Little moment like that are so precious. You know what also would be nice to see his parents in the stands, oh, yeah, great. He is bill weir and his olympics know better.

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