NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - JUNE 12: A London bus crosses the Tyne Bridge as the city of Newcastle prepares for the Olympic Torch Relay by displaying the Olympic rings on the landmark on June 12, 2012 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Sarah Rose Sarkees is a bartender at Players Grill on San Jose.
And typically, she's hard at work. But during summer there's no baseball, football or basketball.
"I wish I had some work to do, what should I do?" she asked. "Summer is the slowest time of year."
But every four years, there's a summer gift. Especially considering all the televised Olympics action and local athletes competing.
Nothing to worry about then, because there will be a bus load of Florida Gators heading to the Olympics, literally. There's 40 of them.
But the popular swimmer Ryan Lochte and the U.S. women's soccer team led by Gator Abby Wombach will be huge draws for the sports bar.
To be fair, there are 11 FSU Seminoles going. As for the Georgia Bulldogs, they've got 26 athletes going.
Which Sarah says will hopefully give her a little more work to do during the games.
"A lot of people have been coming in to watch the swimming. People are really excited," she said.
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