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    since he was 14 years of age. He then went to the 2004 Olympics but lost because of injuries. The 2004 Olympics motivated him to train his hardest and earn 3 gold medals in the Beijing 2008 Olympics. During the 2008 Olympics he did not eat any thing much apart from chicken nuggets because he did not like the Chinese food in Beijing. Eating 100 chicken nuggets a day and still winning the Olympics is pretty impressive. He then won the 2012 Olympics and became a legend. He is sponsored by puma…

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    ran small scams and vandalized property. Louie was prompted to join his school's track and field team. He broke lots of records and later was accepted to UNC. He was able to join the U.S. Olympic team. He ran alongside Jesse Owens in the 1936 Olympics in Germany. He also planned to compete again in the 1940 Olympics scheduled for Tokyo. That's when WWII started, Louie started training to be a…

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    How would you like to compete in the 1936 Rowing Olympics in Berlin? You can’t just go to Berlin, expect to row and win, you have to practice first. There are many different techniques in rowing. I have all the tips you need to be a good rower and I learned them from the best, Joe Rantz. Joe Rantz was on the 1936 college team that went to the rowing Olympics in Berlin. That team beat all the teams in the 8 man rowing competition, they also won gold medals. Rowing is a difficult sport that…

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    On a sweaty, sticky night in the Bird's Nest, Bolt was out of the blocks quicker and opened up an unassailable lead over the first 100m before coming away down the straight and jabbing his thumbs at his chest as he crossed the line. His 19.55 seconds was the fastest in the world this year, his speed and peerless championship class too good for American Gatlin, whose 19.74 was well outside his season's best. Jamaican Bolt, who will also compete in the 4x100m relay, said: "It means a lot to me…

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    Louie Zamperini, a WWII US prisoner of war survivor, inspired millions of people around the world. Zamperini was not only a U.S soldier, but a track star as well, qualifying for the 1936 Berlin Olympics at age nineteen. He finished in 8th place at the Olympic Games 5000m in 14:46.8 with a final lap of under sixty seconds. Louie was sent to war in 1942, where his plane crashed in the middle of the ocean. Along with two other survivors, they were stranded in the middle of the ocean for 47 days…

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    Some people have found that the Paralympic Games are unfair to others. Paralympic Games are similar to the regular Olympics, but the competitors are disabled or handicapped. Many people notice that all of the Paralympic competitors has high-tech things to help them in the games, which they found unfair to others. "But the rapid pace of development is changing Paralympic sports. Better technology can create a gap between athletes. Some say that when athletes compete within the same division,…

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    Intro Choosing a host country for an Olympic Game is one of the most important decisions the International Olympic Committee makes. Countries that desire to host the Olympic Games go through three stages of the candidature process and after the long seven- year process, the host country for the Game is announced (Olympic.org). Countries propose their candidature to host the Olympics for different reasons. Some of them hope to achieve economic growth by hosting the Game, some want to strengthen…

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    Ben and I met when I started my teaching rounds at Black Rock in 2006. Initially, we were both in relationships when we met and I didn’t get to know him very well until the end of the year when I was got the job at Black Rock for the following year. I started to attend more social events and thought he was a funny guy. I got to know him well when we both went through break-ups of our previous relationships. We had both been in long-term relationships and could relate to what each other were…

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    Fantástico Viaje a Argentina Argentina is a fantastic vacation spot to visit because of all the unique features/places to visit and many monuments to explore. To start off, one of Argentina’s unique feature/place to visit is Iguazu Falls which is located on the Iguazu River, on the border of Brazil and Argentina. In the area of the falls includes walkways to take strolls near it and boat rides to get as close as possible to the falls. This main waterfall was mentioned as one of the New Seven…

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    manner. Japan as an example used it in a very commendable and impressive way since then up to now making it one of the best ever used such approach in diplomacy. Supporting instances as well as the recently talked about Japan hosting on the 2020 Olympics shall be discussed. Japan’s changeover from being a negative imperialist state into a peace loving one thru Soft Power Japan has successfully overcome challenges which affect its demography, economic standing, its political climate domestically…

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