These children in Thailand wrote a song to celebrate the O'Donovan brothers' Olympic win

We've been singing the praises of Gary and Paul O'Donovan for their incredible Olympic silver medal achievement, but this school in Thailand have gone and done one better by writing their own song for the two Corkmen.

Thai Tims is an organisation run by Irishman Paul Lennon of the Good Child Foundation and works with and helps children with speical needs in Thailand.

Paul and his wife Pun were telling the children in the school about the O'Donovan brothers and their rather unique style of interviewing when they decided to compose a short song for them.

"The children loved the quote 'Pull like a dog'", Paul told IrishExaminer.com.

"We had little time to prepare for the song, but I told the kids all about the race and the funny interview."

A huge thank you to Paul and the Thai Tims for allowing us to use their video and images.

To learn more about the Thai Tims, please visit their Facebook page here.

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