Essay on Olympic Games

What is an Equestrian?

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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Is Jiu-jitsu Good for Self-Defense?

Jiu-jitsu is known as a venerable form of martial arts developed in feudal Japan as a method of neutralizing enemies who were two well-armored to be brought down through conventional combat methods. The form has kept a continuous presence in Japan ever since the samurai mastered it, but more recently the form has spread to […]

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Modern Pentathlon Scoring System

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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Different Types Of Pentathlon Events

The pentathlon is a contest which is an amalgamation of five different events. The name has been derived from Greek language – ‘pente’ which means five and ‘athlon’ which means competition. Pentathlon is a contest where multiple athletic events such as target shooting, fencing, equestrian skills, swimming and cross country running are played. These events […]

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Women’s Pentathlon

The women’s pentathlon is a part of a series of multi-event competitions. These events owe their origin to the ancient athletic traditions of the ancient Greeks. The word pentathlon has been derived from a Greek word ‘pente’ which means five and ‘athlon’ which means a competition. It stands for a five event competition and it […]

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Shawn White

SummaryThe Summary of my paper, Shaun White, is: 1. My findings were that Shaun was only 13 when he became a pro snowboarder, he also became a pro skateboarder in 2003, and that he is trying to become more marketable by extending his demographics. 2. My opinions are that he has great ambition for the […]

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Olympic Games and Hospitality Industry

The cordial reception industry makes a major part to the UK economic system. It is a fact that the cordial reception concern employs a big per centum of people. This paper farther focal points on economic impact. It will be covered what is the chief grounds impacting demand. It will be analyzed about the planetary […]

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Sports: a Unique Contribution of Indian Ymcas

The popular ‘red triangle’ . symbol of the YMCA. denoting the development of organic structure. head and spirit. was invented by Luther Halsey Gulick in 1891 at Springfield College of Physical Education. USA. It provided the principle for giving physical instruction its proper topographic point in YMCA programmes as a whole. which otherwise had so […]

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Olympic and paralympic games in london

1. Introduction On 6th July in Year 2005, London has been selected as the host cit of 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Olympic Games will be held on 27 July 2012, with the Paralympics following from 29 August 2012, ( & lt ; hypertext transfer protocol: //www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200607/cmselect/cmpubacc/377/37703.htm & gt ; , House of Commons […]

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Snooker

Snooker is a sort of billiard athletics which is really popular in the UK. It is hard and disputing to play it. It has a history over two hundred old ages ( hypertext transfer protocol: //embassysnooker. cyberspace ) and it is good developed and popular today. The rise of snooker can be traced back to […]

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The Bronze Status from Artemision

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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How Hummel Brand It Self

The two biggest sports companies are Nike and Adidas Group. The way they brand themselves is to sponsor major football teams and other major sports stars. Nike and Adidas spend a lot of money to sponsor the big teams, this includes big teams like Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal. By sponsoring these big teams the […]

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Saina Nehwal

Saina Nehwal (born March 17, 1990) is an Indian Khel Ratna winning badminton player currently ranked number 2 in the world by Badminton World Federation,. [4] Saina is the first Indian woman to reach the singles quarterfinals at the Olympics and the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships. Saina Nehwal made history […]

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Sochi 2014 – Olympic Games

The “Olympic Games” is the leading international sporting event, including both Summer and Winter sports. Thousands of athletes from more than 200 nations compete against each other, establishing new world records. Russia is going to host the next Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014. Russians are proud to host The Olympics Games again and […]

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“The Impossible is Nothing” Campaign of 2008

Some believe that the Beijing Olympics have the possibility to be the most controversial. However, that is not stopping active wear companies from becoming sponsors.

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