What is an Equestrian?
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Equestrian is a sport that attracts interest from all over the world and from all ages. Young boys and girls dream of having a pony and riding it and athletes of the sport can provide a wonderful sight when racing. There are many forms of the game and also very interesting facts to learn. Horses […]

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Modern Pentathlon Scoring System
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The Pentathlon was first played in Ancient Greece. It was again revived in the modern times with the Olympic Games. The pentathlon was again brought back however in two formats. Pierre de Coubertin, the father of Modern Olympics, invented the modern pentathlon. For new entrants, the modern pentathlon scoring can be quite confusing. Each event […]

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Ancient olympics
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The Origins and History of the Ancient Olympics Introduction The first antediluvian Olympic Games can be traced back to 776 B.C and were celebrated until 393 A.D ( Young, 1987 ) . The Games continued for 12 centuries and were dedicated to Olympic Gods. Olympia became the site of these historic antediluvian games that sowed […]

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Volunteer organization for the London 2012 Olympics
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Abstraction The enlisting and keeping of a voluntary organisation for the London 2012 Olympics is the individual greatest influence on the experience the visitants enjoy from around the universe when they attend the many locales and locations throughout the United Kingdom ( UK ) . Attracting, preparation and retaining the best voluntary base for the […]

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The Bronze Status from Artemision
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Han Xueyuan The Bronze Statue from Artemision The Bronze Statue from Artemision is made in Transition period and probably in Attica. It is made of bronze and depicts a naked man. As a result of its provenance and subject mater, scholars have debated whether the Bronze Statue from Artemision portrays an athlete or a god. […]

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