Simone Biles was born on March 14, 1997 in Ohio. Mrs.Biles aka Simone Biles mother had a drug addiction and could not care for Simone and her sister. Ron and Nellie (simone’s grandparents) took care of SImone Biles and her sister. Soon after that they were adopted my Ron and Nellie. Ron and Nellie are actually the parents of Simone Biles mothers. Biles found her paction for gymnastics
When someone asks you to think of sports most people think of football or basketball, but do they ever think of cheer? Most people think of cheer as the snobby girls on the sidelines screaming for the real athletes. Most people don’t realize that there’s more to cheer than how movies portray it. Competitive cheer is a very big commitment, it’s long hours and very hard work. It takes a very headstrong person to become a cheerleader and continue with it through the years. Competition cheer should be considered a sport, not just in the books but also in the eyes of others.
Hi, Alexis Mackenzie Smith is the name. I was born on February 1st 2004 in the state of Nebraska. I am currently 11 years old and live in Richland, Michigan. I am in middle school at Gull Lake, and I have had one heck of a life! From living in different states. The one sport that people normally don’t think is a sport. How could I forget my family!
Genius, confident, and determined are three words that people think of in connection to Katherine Johnson. Many people know that Katherine Johnson was a mathematician, but she was so much more. As a black female mathematician, Katherine Johnson showed the world that women and African Americans were just as smart and capable as white men. She left a legacy as one of the most important people involved with the Space Race. But she wasn’t always trying to stand up for herself. When she was little, she was first being recognized with her talent towards math.
Being a cheerleader to me isn’t just about cheering on the football or basketball team. Cheerleading is more than that. Cheerleading is a group of girls who have the passion and the trust with each other to catch them and trust that they will do their part. Cheerleading are being a family and not being able to have your own space. Priorities of cheerleading are; making your toes pointed, having a good attitude, making great facial expressions, and having those little girls that look up to you, have a great role model. These are just some reasons why I love to
In conclusion I believe that cheerleading is a great sport, but has a lot of issues that need to be worked out in the long run. Many of the ones I talked about are the main issues that cause problems. Hopefully, cheerleading will keep going as a strong sport, but will find ways to solve all the little problems that come along.
Cheerleading is more than cheering on the sidelines at a football game or bringing the crowd to their feet. Cheerleaders do not have to run around three bases or skate their way to a puck, but they do, however, lift their teammates, jump, dance, tumble, and perform. There was a point in my life where I would eat, sleep, and breathe cheerleading. It is debated whether cheerleading would be considered a sport. Nevertheless, cheerleading has been a passion of mine for most of my childhood, and these experiences made me the person I am today. Before cheerleading, I was incredibly shy, be bullied in school, and did not have many friends.
Western Iowa Tech Community College draws all kinds of people in from a variety of different states. Western Iowa Tech is located in Sioux City, Iowa. One of the students that it drew it is Alexis Johnson. Alexis is a freshman attending WIT this year. There are many reasons on why you would choose a school and hers is very specific. Alexis chose to attend WIT for its has an outstanding Police Science program. She is enrolled in the forensic science program for a very inspiring reason. Her aunt and uncle were involved in a bad car crash about 5 years ago, which resulted in Alexis’s uncle being paralyzed from the waist down. This not only has affected her way of life but her future as well. The driver of the other car was drunk. The drunk driver that was involved in the car accident with her aunt and uncle was only put in jail for 6 months and this was his 3rd offense of driving while intoxicated. Not only is Alexis against drunk driving but it also motivated her to want to become a cop to help stop drunk drivers.
Bryan Johnson: a son, a brother, a uncle, a friend, a lover, a athlete and outdoor enthusiast. Bryan Johnson is a man with many hats, depending on the day you may see several of these. When he is not working, Bryan loves to be in the outdoors or spend time with his family. Bryan is tough as nails, however, on the inside he is softer then cotton candy.
William Johnson was a slave before being freed at age 11, along with his mother, Amy, and sister, Adelia. He got his barber shop in 1830 from his half brother, James Miller. After starting his barber shop, he keeps a diary and he used it until he died. He also owned a bathhouse and bookstore.He married named Ann Battles, who was also a free african american. They had about 11 children before Johnson died. He lived in the free town of Natchez, and he almost had about three thousand dollars in 1835. Johnson was friends with other freed african americans like Robert McCary and hunted and fished with them. Johnson and Baylor Winn got into a dispute and it ended in Johnson`s favor in court. Winn was upset and shot Johnson when he was returning to
William Johnson was born a slave in the year 1809 but was freed by his owner, probably his father in 1820. His owner had earlier released William’s sister and mother. William Johnson upon being freed became a barber apprentice in Natchez town. William’s brother-in-law had a barbershop which he took over in 1830 and later on got married to Amy Battles. They had eleven children. Amy was a free person and just like William was black (National Humanities Center Resource Toolbox, 2007). William Johnson went on to operate several barbershops, owned land, and rented buildings. He also had a bathhouse and regularly loaned white and black people money which was paid at an interest. Like other free blacks in the South, William Johnson owned slaves and at times sold them too. The diary is a record of his daily personal endeavors, majorly about the payment of his debts, the items he bought and the running of his family. William was murdered by a free black man, Baylor Winn, with whom they had a boundary conflict. Despite his murderer being identified, he escaped prosecution since according to his evidence, he was a white man, and so no black man could testify against him (Humanities Center Resource Toolbox, 2007).
On August 26, 1918, in West Virginia, Joshua Coleman and Joylette Coleman had a baby girl. She would grow up to be one of the smartest women in the world. She would be an inspiration to all. Her name is Katherine Johnson.
Cheerleading is a time to represent your school spirit and pride. Ever since grade school I was a cheerleader. I continued to cheer in middle school and up to junior year in High School, for a total of six years. I started off with pop warner cheer then junior varsity cheer and ended with varsity cheer in high school. When you cheer you get to get the crowd involved in the game, you make new friends and you also get to compete in competitive cheer at competitions. Cheerleading was a great part of my life and it is an experience I will always treasure. It has taught me that practice builds stamina, competition proves your teams point and it builds the understanding of why teamwork is important.
What is an athlete? An athlete is someone who strives for first place and works hard to get there. There has been many controversies over whether or not NASCAR drivers are considered athletes or not. However, NASCAR drivers are considered athletes. Take five time championship winner Jimmy Johnson for example. Jimmy Johnson is an athlete because he practices as often as he can and he participates in a highly competitive and challenging sport.
Neil Johnson is a singer-songwriter from the northwestern, United States. Raised up from a family of traveling musicians, Neil has developed a passion for the pickup gig, the "show up and blow doors" mentality, the "where did this guy come from?!" league. It's gotten him into trouble and it's gotten him into the hearts of many who have had the pleasure of watching his performance.