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    High Jump Biomechanics

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    (Swedan, 2013). This paper will be analyzing and evaluating the athletic event of high jump. Biomechanics will be applied to critically examine the techniques used in high jump and improve upon them. With the application of biomechanics, any technique can be enhanced and new more effective skills can be created; thereby improving the execution of a sporting action. In addition, the implementation of biomechanics helps to construct more advanced…

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    Math IA Internal Assessment Men’s Height and High Jump Introduction: The high jump is a track and field event in which competitors must jump unaided over a horizontal bar placed at measured heights without dislodging it. High Jump is an event which used to be famous in early years and now it has reached some great heights in Commonwealth Games. In Today’s world High Jump has been introduced in a-lot of schools and there is a-lot of competitions which are held every year. I personally chose…

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    At this point about a third as much as previously done when he went to jump earlier. He had his right arm bent with his hand holding onto the back of his head. He had all of his fingers and his palm touching the back of his head. His other hand was outstretched entirely. He made the motion of a sprinkler, going slowly one way and then digressing partly back the other. While making this sprinkler motion, he twisted at his torso to make the rotation effect of the sprinkler. Every time he…

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    Carnival Triumph

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    We get off port and see a street vendor selling some excursions to the pyramids. We purchase nine excursions for fifty dollars each, which was incredibly cheap. My brother and I, being the fearless persons we are, we had the chance to climb an ancient two hundred feet Aztec pyramid. The climb up was incredibly scary. The steps up were about at a foot high and very steep. Climbing up felt like a small gust of wind could just blow you over and send you tumbling down the pyramid. Upon reaching the…

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    about whether or not he survived the jump that enabled him to get away on that night. This debate stems from the plethora of facts that can back up either side of the story. Who knows how it has been over forty years with the case still open and still unsolved. Although it may never be proven whether D.B. Cooper lived or died after his attempted hijacking, there is definitely reason to believe that he could have survived the jump. It all started on the day the before Thanksgiving when a man…

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    We all were pretty surprised and so he explained with “Hell with it i’m getting old”.So we all went up and crossed the river; even the old guy without falling. My family all jumped and we all waited for the old man to jump. At one he jumped and we all saw what was wrong. The old guy instead of crossing his feet and arms was horizontal about to belly flop from 55 feet. He hit the water and we all heard a huge smack. My dad and our guide rushed in and helped him out of the water. He hadn’t opened…

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    “Are you alright, Aarushi?” My mom questioned, she was mortified when she saw me limping across the pale floor, crying to get to her. She briskly ran towards me, along with my dad trying to help me get to the nearest bench. I was crying, my right foot felt like hot, gushing lava, burning from the inside out, constructing everything to feel like a third degree burn. Suddenly, everything in the world turned black. It was five fifty in the evening, cautiously waiting for it to turn six,…

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    Fire Descriptive Writing

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    To me, they resembled Mount Everest peaking at 29,000 feet, but to others they were no more than ten to fifteen feet high. I was terrified. My dad, being the adrenaline junkie that he is, sprinted and leaped right off the cliffs into the murky water below. My sister followed; then my brother. My mother; however, showed no interest in jumping down like the rest of them, and instead sat towards the base of the cliff and watched. Before I knew it, it was my turn. I could hear the screams of joy…

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    Reaction About Accident

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    Just as I guessed, my parents were livid. They were not happy at all. They kept telling me that this is my junior year of high school and that it is the most important year of baseball to get a scholarship to college and this and that. After they finally calmed down, I was taken to the hospital. After several hours of waiting just to get a room in the ER, I’m finally in line to get seen. The nurse comes with a wheelchair to collect me and take me to the room for X-rays. As she is getting the…

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    Close call on Current River In the small town of Popular Bluff, Missouri, sun was brightly shining down on this hot summer morning, making it the optimum day to go tubbing down Current River. That morning there were about eight of us going tubbing, my stepfather Larry, two uncles, an aunt, my sister, my two brothers and I. We loaded up the car with the essentials that would be needed; then we loaded up into two vehicles and headed for the river. When we finally arrived at the water’s edge my…

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