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  • Doping is a Fool’s Game

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    All athletes of all sports on a professional level must be required to undergo drug testing for performance enhancing drugs prior to participating in any sporting event to ensure an equal level playing field for all competing athletes, no matter the sport. Furthermore, performance enhancing drugs are illegal and must remain this way in order to keep fairness in the competitive world of sports. The bottom line is that athletes should not be able to do performance enhancing drugs and continue to

  • I Quit A Swimming Pool

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    one. The reason I didn 't ride the other slide was because the line was too long.I decided to take a break and just lay and soak up the sun. As I soaked up the sun I saw that they had an indoor pool. I decided to go and check it out. Then I saw a diving board and a big lap pool and just a swimming pool and there were 3

  • Resarch Paper Proposal: The Box Jellyfish

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    Resarch Paper Proposal: The Box Jellyfish As far back as I can trace my memories I remember that as a child I always liked to be in the water. Swimming pools were my absolute favorite. Wherever I went, I would always ask if there was a swimming pool. However, things changed when my parents took me to Florida for the first time. When I looked out onto the ocean my parents told me that the first words that came out of my mouth were, “Look mom, dad it’s a huge swimming pool!” I bet anyone can

  • Personal Writing Essay

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    swimming alone, after about three seconds I caught the ledge, the shock of it distracted me I could not believe it. When the instructress went on to other people I tried again this time using different styles of swimming I was confident with diving and front stroke. At the end of the session I was pleased with myself and so were my friends. Three years after practicing and learning more and more I kept attending I never missed a session until finally the club moved to Walworth

  • Persuasive Essay On Swimming

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    A person's cardiovascular system is a very important part of fitness and one's overall health. Here are a few of the best exercises; walking running, cycling, rowing, swimming. Research suggests at least 150 minutes per week, a minimum of 30 minutes per day, five times a day a week. A few exercises that are best are, climbing, playing sports, and running is also some of the most common and affordable. At least 25 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity at least or a combination of moderate and aerobic

  • Who Is Michael Phelps A Hero

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    Michael Phelps is one of the most decorated Olympic athletes in the world. Many people look at him as a hero, but he did not have an easy life. Early on, his parents’ divorce had a profound impact on him, giving him nightmares that were very upsetting. After winning eight gold medals at the Athens Olympic Games in 2004, at the height of popularity, he struggled with alcohol and drugs. However, with the help of his swim coach Bob Bowman, and the support of his mother, two sisters, and his father

  • Idaho Swimming Research Paper

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    The Sanctioning of Swimming in Idaho My senior paper is a subject that has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. It is something that I've loved from the very beginning all the way to the very end. I'm taking about competitive swimming. But I'm going to be talking about something different with swimming that's probably not expected, I'm instead talking about getting it to be a sanctioned sport in Idaho. See, swimming in Idaho is not considered a real sport, but instead a club, and

  • Personal Narrative Essay About Surfing

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    One humid summer night, when I was five years old, I was surfboarding on a kick board in my grandma's cozy bathtub. The tepid water was about halfway full and everything was going fine because I was holding on to the white squared ledge in the bathtub so I would wouldn't slip. Then I screamed to my Dad, "Look, look, I'm surfing, I'm surfing!" My Dad responded, "Wow that's amazing, but be careful not to slip and hurt yourself! "Okay I'll be careful!" I answered cheerfully back.

  • How To Write A Short Story: Jerry's Mistake

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    Jerry goes to the same resort every summer vacation and he swims at the same beach full of people. He discovers a new beach area and new friends as well as almost experiencing death. At the end of all of this, he accomplishes something great. Jerry was walking with his mom going to the villa that was near the beach that was full of people. He noticed a little beach that had crystal clear water and had no one not a single soul on the shore, and so Jerry wanted to go to that beach. He asked his mom

  • Psychology Of Fear

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    Many individuals would agree that at least one thing terrifies them. In fact, there is a whole television series based on what strange phobias people have. These fears or phobias can range from anything consisting of being terrified of the dark, to being petrified to simply stand next to a person. People often wonder what causes a fear. One unique theory as to why these fears develop, is that they are the effect of a traumatic event that took place in the person’s life. In addition, another philosophy