Nearly two years ago, the Summer Olympics took place in London. The hashtag then was #London2012. Now it’s #Sochi2014’s turn. Some, however, did not get that memo.
Watching the Olympics. #Sochi2012
— Tyree Styles Jones (@styles_tyree) February 9, 2014
I rather like the torch lighting! Very nice. #sochi2012
— David Rickard (@KingDaveRa) February 7, 2014
Is this Communism set to fun music right now? #Sochi2012
— Lizz Moffat (@lizzmoffat) February 7, 2014
It's a fashionista's dream! Opening Ceremony outfits. Waiting patiently for CANADA! #Sochi2012
— HumpsNBump (@HumpsNBump) February 7, 2014
So proud seeing our athletes walk in the #OpeningCeremony. It's a great moment to be a Canadian! Good luck to all! #TeamCanada #Sochi2012
— Cassandra Downton (@cassdownton) February 7, 2014
The best part of NBC's coverage is reading the same Twitter jokes now being made by Americans. #Sochi2012
— titled millenial (@vmochama) February 8, 2014
It's crazy how the older I become the more impressive figure skating becomes to me #Sochi2012
— Kevin Q (@LooseKey1) February 9, 2014
Some publications even used the #Sochi2012 hashtag.
Los Angeles-area luger Kate Hansen ready to go in Sochi http://t.co/zUGncpmldm #Sochi #Sochi2012
— Glendale News Press (@GlendaleNP) February 7, 2014
Trapped U.S. bobsledder uses push training to smash through jammed bathroom door. #Sochi2012 http://t.co/bpJlqTf8rM
— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) February 8, 2014
— michael (@mikelucky3) February 8, 2014
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