2005 World Aquatics Championships

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  • Olympic Sports History

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    Olympic sports is a world competition, and there are a variety of world records. Cesar Cielo, from Brazil swam 20.91 in a 50 meter freestyle in 2009, as well as the 100m freestyle the same year. Paul Biedermann from Germany swam the 200m and 400m freestyle race in 1;42 and 3:40 in 2009. Zhang Lin from China swam the 800m freestyle in 7:32 in 2009. Sun Lang from China swam the 1500 m freestyle in 2009. Liam Tancock from Great Britain swam the 50m backstroke in 51.85 in 2009. Ryan Murphy from from

  • Olympic History Essay

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    The Olympic sports are a world competition, and there are a variety of world records. Cesar Cielo, from Brazil swam 20.91 in a 50 meter freestyle in 2009, as well as the 100m freestyle the same year. Paul Biedermann of Germany swam the 200m and 400m freestyle race in 1;42 and 3:40 in 2009. Zhang Lin from China swam the 800m freestyle in 7:32 in 2009. Sun Lang from China swam the 1500 m freestyle in 2009. Liam Tancock from Great Britain swam the 50m backstroke in 51.85 in 2009. Ryan Murphy from from

  • My Sister Candice And I Were Sitting At Silence

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    My sister Candice and I were sitting in silence as the plane started to take off. As they had announced before it was a full flight so Candice and I met a guy named Townsin and we talked the whole flight. He showed us some magic tricks and Candice tried to do one, but she failed to do so. When we landed in Omaha we said goodbye to our new friend and continued on our new adventures. We had to wait for our friend Savannah to come and pick us up at the airport and take us to the hotel where we were

  • Research Paper On Datuk Lee Chong Wei

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    alleged doping. In that interview as well , Lee, who tested positive for a banned substance last year when he was world number one, said he would, however, return to competition if his appeal was successful. He was suspended after traces of banned anti-inflammatory agent dexamethasone were found during a doping test conducted right after his semi-final match in the World Championships last year. Furthermore, the two-time silver medallist at the Olympics, Lee Chong Wei was out of action for eight

  • Professional Hockey Players

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    In the world of professional sports, teams value youth, searching for the next super star. Whether it is inking the highly coveted free agent, or rebuilding through drafts, General Managers have put a premium on young athletes, hoping that these youngsters will become the face of the franchise. Age and experience has seem to taken a back seat for teams. While it is important to develop young prospects, veteran leadership is often hard to find during games, in the locker room, and particularly

  • Michael Phelps

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    "I wanted my record to stand," Phelps said afterwards. "I wanted the pool record to stand just because that was my first world record"(Michael Phelps). He set the old record of 1:54.92 as a 15-year-old in 2001, qualifying for that year's FINA World Aquatics Championship." (Litsky) "This is kind of where everything started going," Phelps said. "This is a great pool for me" (Michael Phelps). It was the third win for Phelps at the three-day meet

  • Environmental Destruction in Southeast Asia due to Golf Course Development

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    way since it was first played on the wind blown pasture lands of Scotland over 600 years ago. Today, golf courses around the world are in a way their own small ecosystem, where only pieces of the natural environment are a part of these artificial landscapes. Courses are meticulously groomed for both championship and tourist play. The game is taking front stage all over the world and new courses are being constructed everyday. This may be great for the game of golf and the wealthy investor who is making

  • Tony Azevedo Research Papers

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    Standing out of the water, Team USA captain Tony Azevedo comes in at 6’1’’, 198 pounds.Just feet away in the 2 meter position, 6’7’’ behemoths battle for position in a wrestling style match. Much of the competition and his own teammates are 6’4’’, 210 pounds and above. This seems to be no matter to Tony as he is considered to be one of the greatest players ever. Going into his record 5th Olympics, it is Gold or bust. (Team USA has never won a Gold Medal in Men’s Water Polo.) Born in Brazil, water

  • The Rise of Event Industry

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    Introduction To Event Report The Rise Of Event Industry And Event Tourism YinJin Chen (Damon) 2-6 Words Count: 2052 words Date: 20 October, 2012 Table Of Content Introduction…………………………………………………….3 Chapter One: Events place today………………………………4 People activities…………………………………………... 4 Government Support……………………………………….4 Important for local…………………………………………5 Chapter Two: Events and Environment Sustainability………...5 Important for Environment Sustainability………………….5 Effects to environment……………………………………

  • How Successful Is Singapore in the Sporting Industry

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    development in Singapore and the second assesses these developments and sheds light on problems encountered in the related developments. II. Sports Development in Singapore Much of Singapore’s economic success has been attributed to its status as a world-class commercial and trading centre. In the past century, the government has focused most of the nation’s policies to boost its economy and establish the country’s reputation in the global market. There were sparse efforts to refine plans and raise

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