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Follow Friday: The Olympics on Instagram
If you’re not one of the 10,500 athletes, 7,000 officials or 800,000 spectators that are making the trip to the Olympics this year, fret not. Athletes, teams and the @Olympics themselves will be sharing photos from #London2012 on Instagram.
The games begin on July 27th and many of the athletes, coaches, family members and officials are making their way to the UK now. Be sure to follow these Instagrammers for a behind the scenes peek:
- Olympic Committee - @olympics
- Usain Bolt, Track & Field - @usainbolt
- Michael Phelps, Swimming - @m_phelps00
- Lebron James, Basketball - @kingjames
- Kerri Walsh, Beach Volleyball - @kerrileewalsh
- Allyson Felix, Track & Field - @af85
- Jordyn Wieber, Gymnastics - @jordyn_wieber
- Lolo Jones, Track & Field - @locololo
- Natalie Coughlin, Swimming - @nataliecoughlin
- Heather Mitts, Soccer - @hmitts2
- Ryan Lochte, Swimming - @ryanlochte
- Sanya Richiards-Ross, Track & Field - @sanyarichiross
- Stephanie Price, Swimming - @itsstephrice
The Olympics on Instagram
#Ramadan, the Muslim holy month, begins around the world this weekend. No food or drink is allowed from dawn to dusk during Ramadan, but when it’s time to eat, the suhoor (morning meal) and iftar (evening meal) can be feasts.
Muslims believe Allah revealed the first verses of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad during Ramadan. The sighting of the new moon officially signals the start of the holiday and since the Muslim lunar calendar moves back through the seasons, Ramadan starts 11 days earlier each year under the Western calendar. The holiday began in Thailand and Indonesia on Friday. India, Pakistan, Malaysia and Bangladesh will start Saturday or Sunday.
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