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    appealing. The most famous landmark called the Christ Redeemer is often found cowering over Rio. Rio also has many fresh markets and colorful birds gliding above. Rio’s coast contains some of the most popular beaches of Brazil's largest coastal city. Summer Olympics 2016 are being held in Rio in the Maracana Stadium,…

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    Athletic brands are always changing the face of fitness, by building advertising slogans, releasing new products, and creating an image that represents their company. This extends to the use of their products that portray an adventurous character. In the world of advertising, athletic companies have always been able to make creative commercials that grab the audience's attention. In 2012, Nike released a commercial called “Find Your Greatness: Jogger” to introduce one of their new campaigns.…

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    With a growing audience, there will be more individuals both accepting and rejecting an artist’s idea. Artists must stay relevant in their art forms, messages, and followers to maintain their influential presence. In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Weiwei was responsible for the architecture, Bird’s Nest, which he now reflects on as a misrepresentation of China as it creates the illusion of a free society: simply an image to the rest of the world (See Fig. 1; Worden, 2016). In the same year…

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    Oh my goodness! Wow I cannot believe that I am standing here right now, thank you so much to the Olympic Games for presenting this gold medal to me. This has been an inspiration of mine ever since I ran over my first hurdle. I am so honored to accept this gold medal for 100 meter hurdles. Thank you to all of my fellow components on the track for pushing me to work harder and run faster. You all did an astonishing job and competed well, I am so honored to have been able to race with all of you…

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    Gatlinburg Research Paper

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    Gatlinburg, Tennessee, located in the Great Smoky Mountains, is an ideal place for vacations. A small town, with around four thousand residents, Gatlinburg draws more than 11 million visitors a year. Some of the best things about Gatlinburg, Tennessee are the beautiful autumn sceneries, the delicious desserts to try, and the unlimited activities available. One of the most astonishing experiences is standing at an overlook and seeing mountains glazed with fall colors. Gatlinburg is home to…

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    One year ago today, the first ever Greeley Cross Country Championships was hosted, a 5k race at Josephine Jones Park between the five high schools in Greeley, Colorado- Frontier Academy, Greeley West, University Schools, Northridge, and Greeley Central. Last year Frontier placed first at the meet in the boys race. However, since then their top runners graduated and the Central boys became a real threat to many teams. Although today was mainly a way for Central to come out on top, I wanted…

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    The 2016 United States Presidential Election has brought questions of prejudice, and how to prevent it, to the forefront of the American political and cultural discussion. One method of reducing prejudice being continually brought up in think pieces is the contact hypothesis. For many authors of these articles, the hypothesis is something of a ray of hope in what they perceive as dark times. Per James Hamblin (2016) of The Atlantic, application of the hypothesis can be a tool to “immunize” a…

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    Have you ever wondered how athletes make it to the Olympics? Well it's not from them training themselves. Every great athlete has an even better coach standing behind them. Coaching is the most important part of any sport, especially in swimming. Swimming is an extremely demanding sport both physically and mentally. Swimmers train year round for just a few hundred yards of racing. The one who is always there making up the sets, workouts, and motivational speeches is the coach. Coaching has come…

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    In this article, the authors engineered an experiment to see how a storyline in a first-person shooter video affected the players’ experiences in comparison to players’ experiences when there is no storyline involved. During the experiment, participants played 4 total games, two that included a storyline (Outlaws and Half-Life) and then two that did not include or have minimal storylines (Doom 2 and Quake 2). After finishing eight minutes of each game, the participants answered specific…

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    Shortly, after she turned sixteen she went to Diamond Bar High School. After high school she went to the University of California at Berkely By this time Alex was on the national team.Alex had said that she was very happy about winning her first Olympic gold medal in 2012. This was her most important accomplishment.…

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