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410c: Just like the previous photo, the picture doesn't really match the article. They aren't talking about the competition; just about name calling that was going on about an Angolan boxing coach. So, this is again portraying another country's Olympic teams in a negative light despite the positive image next to it.

410c: Just like the previous photo, the picture doesn't really match the article. They aren't talking about the competition; just about name calling that was going on about an Angolan boxing coach. So, this is again portraying another country's Olympic teams in a negative light despite the positive image next to it.

110c: This picture is solely informational and there is no strong connection between the article and the picture. It just looks like a placeholder to go with the article about the police and security's irresponsibility in relation to losing keys at Wembley Stadium.

110c: This picture is solely informational and there is no strong connection between the article and the picture. It just looks like a placeholder to go with the article about the police and security's irresponsibility in relation to losing keys at Wembley Stadium.

110d: Again, The Times chooses to portray their own athletes' victories and they are showing only male athletes. It clearly shows the South African uniform, and shows the strength of the South African athletes during a practice or performance. They look focused and determined, and the caption frames them as heroes.

110d: Again, The Times chooses to portray their own athletes' victories and they are showing only male athletes. It clearly shows the South African uniform, and shows the strength of the South African athletes during a practice or performance. They look focused and determined, and the caption frames them as heroes.

310d: This is the third consecutive photo featuring an athlete not from South Africa. The expression on the face of the athlete is not clear because he is placing his hands over his face -- it could either be showing sadness from defeat or happiness from victory. The caption indicates that the athlete won, but the picture does not really reflect that. It's also the first time today that they are featuring a different sport other than swimming.

310d: This is the third consecutive photo featuring an athlete not from South Africa. The expression on the face of the athlete is not clear because he is placing his hands over his face -- it could either be showing sadness from defeat or happiness from victory. The caption indicates that the athlete won, but the picture does not really reflect that. It's also the first time today that they are featuring a different sport other than swimming.

410b: The only correlation between the article and the picture is that it's about a rower. It's a neutral image, but it's somewhat unfair to put the whole team in the picture when the article is about one rower who was detained. The athlete is from another country, again painting athletes from other countries in a negative light.

410b: The only correlation between the article and the picture is that it's about a rower. It's a neutral image, but it's somewhat unfair to put the whole team in the picture when the article is about one rower who was detained. The athlete is from another country, again painting athletes from other countries in a negative light.

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310: The Times was open to the victories of athletes from other countries. Four out of five of the photos show swimmers, and features two women swimmers from other countries, which is something new for The Times over the past three days. They're still clearly showing their own athlete as the main focus of the page. Also, it's the first time that all the main articles are positive, and there's no mention of the loss of athletes from other countries. None of the photos were sexualized.

310: The Times was open to the victories of athletes from other countries. Four out of five of the photos show swimmers, and features two women swimmers from other countries, which is something new for The Times over the past three days. They're still clearly showing their own athlete as the main focus of the page. Also, it's the first time that all the main articles are positive, and there's no mention of the loss of athletes from other countries. None of the photos were sexualized.

210d: Although the image shows football players from other countries, the article is talking about something negative. It's interesting to note that they aren't portraying athletes from another country in a positive light, in general. The article is not strongly connected to the picture; it is talking about a racist tweet from a Swiss footballer who was sent home.

210d: Although the image shows football players from other countries, the article is talking about something negative. It's interesting to note that they aren't portraying athletes from another country in a positive light, in general. The article is not strongly connected to the picture; it is talking about a racist tweet from a Swiss footballer who was sent home.

410e: Even though The Times is mentioning this countdown to the Bolt-Blake sprint duel, and both athletes aren't from South Africa, this is another case of The Times showing a neutral, posed image. The athlete is a world-renowned champion, yet he's not depicted in action or no showing of his athletic skill. Also, the article is about two athletes of the same country, but they're only showing one athlete in the picture.

410e: Even though The Times is mentioning this countdown to the Bolt-Blake sprint duel, and both athletes aren't from South Africa, this is another case of The Times showing a neutral, posed image. The athlete is a world-renowned champion, yet he's not depicted in action or no showing of his athletic skill. Also, the article is about two athletes of the same country, but they're only showing one athlete in the picture.

310b: Ye Shiwen is the first female athlete and also the first athlete from another country in the past three days that the Times featured in a positive way. They are showing her smiling after her victory, and the picture focuses on her happy face with the background prominently showing the London 2012 sign.

310b: Ye Shiwen is the first female athlete and also the first athlete from another country in the past three days that the Times featured in a positive way. They are showing her smiling after her victory, and the picture focuses on her happy face with the background prominently showing the London 2012 sign.

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