Editor's note: CNN Contributor Bob Greene is a best-selling author whose 25 books include "Late Edition: A Love Story" and the novel "All Summer Long." He appears on "CNN Newsroom" Sundays during the 5 p.m. ET hour. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Bob Greene. See all of Bob Greene's columns at CNN Opinion.
By Bob Greene, CNN Contributor
(CNN) - During the Olympic Games in London, which will end with Sunday's closing ceremony, there have been many memorable moments:
The triumph of Michael Phelps.
The dazzling talent of Gabby Douglas.
The countless displays of lustrous skills honed by the world's finest young athletes over years of arduous practice.
But one of the most lasting memories may be the one provided by an 86-year-old woman who was not exactly an obscure footnote to history when the Games began.Read Bob Greene's full column at CNN Opinion.