Cameron van der Burgh

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  • Elite Athletes Demonstrate Acceptable Standards Of Professionalism

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    Have you ever noticed that athletes wear new colours all the time? Well, recently many elite athletes have been sporting the colour orange, orange as in prison jumpsuits, because that’s where they are heading, off to jail for committing offences that are definitely not up to an ‘acceptable standard’ of professionalism. Good evening ladies, gentlemen, adjudicators and the opposition. The topic of tonight’s debate is ‘that elite athletes demonstrate acceptable standards of professionalism.’ We, as

  • Sport As A Unifier Essay

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    country was being together as one, enjoying and celebrating the world cup being hosted in our country. 2.1) Image 2 – 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa. Image 3 – 2010 soccer world cup in South Africa. Image 4 – Cameron Van Der Burgh breaking the world record and winning a gold medal for South Africa at the summer Olympic games in London in 2012.

  • Essay On Sport As A Unifier

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    Ro-ee Tal 12-N Physical Education Written Task A: Sport as a unifier 1. Yes, I do believe sporting events contribute to unifying a nation. Majority of people an any given nation tend to enjoy and support sporting events, irrespective of the sport itself. As a result, sport acts as a common ground between people of different socioeconomic, religious, racial and other backgrounds. This common ground forces people of different backgrounds to interact and to treat each other with sportsmanship

  • Summer Olymoics

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    2012 Summer Olympics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "2012 Olympics" redirects here. For the Winter Youth Olympics, see 2012 Winter Youth Olympics. For the Paralympic Games, see 2012 Summer Paralympics. "London 2012" redirects here. For the video game, see London 2012 (video game). Games of the XXX Olympiad | This is the clear version of the official logo. There are four official base colours, and another version for the 2012 Summer Paralympics. For