Britain's winning golfer Rory McIlroy has been entered for every event in the 2012 Olympics, on the basis that he has actually won a sporting event, which is more than anyone else has done.
Rory, who is currently British and not Irish, may have to compete in several events in one day - sailing, 100m, javelin, some silly shooting thing, Graeco-Roman wrestling and tennis, but organisers have said that as he is really very good at golf, he should be good at everything else.
A spokesman explained: 'After all, the so-called athletes we've entered for their specialist events are no good, so what's the point of them coming in last time after time? Whereas Britain's Golden Golfer, Spot-on Sammy, has actually won something. I'm sure he can learn how to learn the coxless fours by himself, now that Lord Redgrave, Sir Matthew Pincent, James Cracknell and the other one have all retired.
'Alternatively, we could just scrap all the events and just make it a golf tournament.'