里约奥运会 友谊第一 比赛第二
First, heading for the large amount of gold or any thick prizes. If it is only the prize that a athlete cares, all he wants is winning. He may betrayal the principle of competition, that is, FAIR. He may use dirty methods or whatsoever to win the game.
Then a competition lost its meaning to him. Obviously, competition comes second to him. The second reason might be testing one self. If an athlete just wants to test himself in a game and see what he can do, he wouldn＇t care who is the winner or who is the loser. All he wants is only one thing----I CAN DO IT. In a competition, proof of his own ability is enough. Competition does come second, doesn＇t it? The third reason will be building bridge with other athletes. That＇s the saying ＂Friendship first; Competition second＂ about.
Developing friendship with other athletes may help enrich his personal life and have his sports career become a colorful one. With friends around, he may always feel like a winner himself. Seeing these facts, we find out that based on many kinds of purpose, a competition is often the second.