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For the More, uh, Bookish of the Tribe, Olympic Rings Made of Bagels

It’s no surprise that Jews from Brooklyn to Berkeley get a thrill out of seeing their fellow Yids competing for and winning medals at the Olympics. In Judaism, 10 Jewish men (and women) usually form a minyan, rather than a team.

So it was only a matter of time before the more irreverent of the Chosen bunch tackled Jewish athletic aptitude (or the lack of it). Heeb Magazine pokes fun at the “One World One Dream” adrenaline rush with sporting events for the rest of us, complete with ritual garb:


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