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Olympic Museum Lausanne

20.05.2010 | Off Court

Roger has donated a complete outfit from the 2008 Olympics in Beijing to the Olympic Museum. It is now on display there together with other equipment used by successful athletes over the years.

 

Roger made a huge dream come true in Beijing, winning his first Olympic gold medal in the men's doubles tennis tournament alongside Stanislas Wawrinka.

 

The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, houses permanent and temporary exhibits relating to sport and the Olympic movement. With more than 10'000 pieces, the museum is the largest archive of Olympic Games in the world and one of Lausanne's prime tourist draws attracting more than 250'000 visitors each year.

 
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21.05.2010 | 02:26
This is something I would have expected of you Roger. You always care for everyone all the time. God bless and be good to you always.
21.05.2010 | 02:19
Congratulation Roger.Great job.You're cool.
20.05.2010 | 23:43
Dear Roger
What a nice gesture!
You are always so thoughful and generous
I was lucky to visit Lausanne
Its a beautiful city...
The views are breathtaking
The perfect place for your great memento!
Thank you and Stan for the memory...
Love you alwa
20.05.2010 | 23:37
Kind of you once again Roger x
20.05.2010 | 23:29
The Olympic Museum in Lausanne is one of the most beautifully situated old villa combined with modern annexe building in a pretty park surrounded by trees and over the most amazing view: the Geneva Lake (Lac Léman) and the Mont Blanc (on the French side).
20.05.2010 | 23:15
Oh my God...¡¡¡
20.05.2010 | 22:20
Congratulations Roger! You did a wonderful thing here.
Wish you the best in RG!!!
:)<3
20.05.2010 | 22:12
:-DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
20.05.2010 | 22:09
Congratulations Rog ,and now u will win more 2 olympic games in London and here in Brazil!!!
20.05.2010 | 21:45
you deserve more and more roger...
good luck ......