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Tempting and Exciting London Olympic Games 2012
If you love to watch great and interesting sports? Then news of London’s Olympic Games for 2012 would have already tempted you. London becomes the only city in the world to host three great Olympic Games by 2012, it is one of the most exciting news for people of United Kingdom. Would you like to be a part of this excitement?Yuki Ota Wins Tokyo Fencing Grand Prix
2008 Olympic Silver Medalist Yuki Ota (JPN) defeated Valerio Aspromonte (ITA) 15-5 to win the Prince Takamado World Cup in Tokyo, Japan on May 14th. In the semi-finals, Aspromonte defeated 2008 Gold Medalist Benjamin Kleibrink (GER) 15-12 and Ota won over Laurence Halsted (GBR) 15-9.Lessons From Maelle Ricker, Ladies’ Snowboard Cross, Olympics Gold
Our very own Vancouver born Maelle Ricker flowed smoothly down the mountain in the snowboard cross finals. Effortlessly she glided down Cypress ahead of her competitors, and breezed across the finish line in first place to capture the Gold.2012 Summer Olympics Tickets – Tips For Getting Them
While it might seem like the Olympics just ended, you might already be looking forward to the next games. However, you might be asking how can I find 2012 Summer Olympics Tickets to avoid the rush and onslaught of the last minute. Here are some tips that can help you find the information that you need to avoid this.Looking Ahead to the 2012 Summer Olympics
The Olympics of today is considered the top athletic stage in the world with more than 70 countries sending their athletes to try to take home a medal. The 2012 Summer Olympics will take place in London, United Kingdom. The games will run from July 27 through August 12.The 1936 Berlin Olympic Games
In 1931, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) had granted the Olympic Games to Berlin, Germany without knowing that Adolf Hitler was to obtain authority in the country two years after. Not later than 1936, the Nazis were already in command of Germany and started to execute their racist schemes. There was a worldwide dispute if the 1936 Olympic Games in Nazi Germany must be boycotted.Olympic 50K Team Speaks Out About McKeever Controversy
One of the big controversies of the Winter Olympics was the exclusive of a blind cross country skier. His team mates react to the controversy and defend their position.Brazil – Sports & Women!
With passion, discipline, and Olympic spirit, the Brazilian women’s national basketball squad made history when they, against all odds, captured the 1994 FIBA World Cup in Australia. Led by its veteran star Hortencia Marcari, one of Latin America’s most high-profile athletes from 1983 to 1996, Brazil beat China 96 -87 in the final. That day, on June 12, 1994, was a historic date for Brazil.Caribbean – Women & Sports!
Toward the end of the 2000s, the Island’s athlete Levern Spencer had been named by the National Olympic Committee as the flag bearer of the national delegation for the 29th Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Her selection was based on her international reputation. At the 2007 World Championships in Osaka (Japan), Miss Spencer was one of the world’s 15 best high jumpers. No other Olympic athlete in Saint Lucia, an English-speaking country, has ever matched Spencer’s performance.Sports in Mongolia – Birthplace of Chultem Naidam!
Wrestling is one of the nation’s most popular sports. Its greatest triumph came at the 1974 World Championships in Katowice (Poland), where the country’s wrestler Eveguine Oidov – a national idol– earned a gold medal; the first world title in the history of Mongolian sport.Latin American Idol – Nancy Vallecilla
Between 1977 and 1989, Nancy Vallecilla Celi, who studied in the Federal Republic of Germany, was one of Ecuador’s well-known athletes. Her career as an international athlete began in the late 1970s. At the Bolivarian Games in La Paz (Bolivia), in October, 1977, she beat Peru’s Edith Noeding -Pan American champion- and won the medal gold in the women’s long jump.