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They give up training and spend all their time having elaborate parties, washing their uniforms and sweeping the whole area.
The scent from their feasts eventually causes the Greek competitors to complain about their own healthy food. Alarmed, the Greeks send a judge to warn the Romans that even if they think drinking will somehow make them better athletes, it will be held against them as all artificial stimulants are forbidden, prompting Veriambitius to tell him about the Gauls' magic potion.
The Gauls are dejected by the news that victory is not as certain as they had expected, but Asterix decides to compete anyway. Obelix, being permanently affected by the potion, now cannot compete and anyway doesn't quite understand what's going on — he thinks he's been dismissed just because he fell into a cauldron and wonders if telling the officials he fell into a regular pot or amphora will change anything.
At the games, Asterix and the Roman athletes are beaten at every turn by the Greeks, causing a dilemma to the Olympic officials. Although their victories prove what they've believed all along that Romans are decadent barbarians and the Greeks are perfect beings , too much success will reflect badly on the country's reputation, so they announce a special race for just Romans.
After the announcement, Asterix and Getafix start talking, very loudly, about a cauldron of magic potion left in an unguarded shed. Eager to win, the other Roman athletes steal the potion that night.
The race begins, and the Roman athletes easily beat Asterix.
After the race, Getafix accuses them of having used magic potion and, when the Romans deny the accusation, Asterix sticks his tongue out at them. When the Romans return the gesture, it is revealed that Getafix had added an extra ingredient to this particular batch of potion and the Romans now have blue tongues from drinking it.
His centurion hopes that the glory that goes with Olympic victory will reflect well on him as well, but while training in the forest Gluteus Maximus encounters Asterix and Obelix, who easily outdo him unintentionally with the power of the magic potion and leave him demoralised.
When the centurion asks Vitalstatistix to see to it that Gluteus Maximus is left alone — and after Getafix explains about the Games — Vitalstatistix decides that the Gauls should enter as well.
The entire male population of the village go to Olympia, where Asterix and Obelix register as athletes with Getafix as their coach and the others all enjoy a holiday.
They give up training and spend all their time having elaborate parties, which causes the Greek competitors to complain about their need for healthy diets. Our heroes are left gutted by the news that victory is not as certain as they had expected, but Asterix heroically vows he will compete anyway.
Asterix sensibly only competing in the races and the Roman athetes are beaten at every turn by the Greeks — causing a dilemma to the Olympic officials.
After the announcement, Asterix and Getafix start talking, very loudly, about a cauldron of magic potion left in a prominent place.
The race begins, and every Roman easily beats Asterix by several laps.
Getafix suddenly accuses them of having used magic potion and, when the Romans deny, Asterix sticks his tongue out at them. When the Romans return the gesture, it is revealed that Getafix added an extra ingredient to this particular batch of potion and the Romans now have blue tongues from drinking it.
They are disqualified, and Asterix is declared the winner. Asterix explains he gave it to someone who needed it more: