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  • Causes Of Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Traumatic brain injuries whether they occur on the football field, soccer field, ice hockey rink, or overseas in a war laden area continues to climb. Concussions continue to be on the forefront of research in the athletic setting. Even with the numerous studies looking into concussion it continues to be a mystery to researchers. With evolving research-linking concussion to various neurodegenerative diseases, other settings are being investigated to determine if there is a link with concussion…

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  • Personal Narrative-Ice Hockey

    Prologue Last summer I have been to Ukraine. I attended additional ice hockey practices there. But it was the most difficult time for me. I made serious mistakes during my practices and games. My team lost several times and I felt it had been my fault. It lasted two months. I considered everything was over. I was upset and disappointed. Everything didn't go as I wanted. I met difficulties and I even was ready to stop playing hockey. Some coaches noticed my height and weight didn't correspond to…

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  • Hockey Narrative

    It was coming close to the end of the game and the ice was destroyed from the continues battles among both teams. Around two min left in the game the opposing team scored making me drop to my knees. The fans were screaming at the top of their lungs in excitement for the other team. At that point I knew…

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  • Tonya Harding

    David Douglas High School during her sophomore year and later earned GED. Tonya Harding has revealed that when she was 7 years old, she was physically and mentally abused by her mother and has also admitted to one instance hitting her daughter at an ice rink. She began working in herself for her up journey by being one competitive skater in the mid-1980s, by placing sixth at the 1986 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, fifth in 1987 and 1988 and then third place in the year 1989 and she was also…

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  • Teaching The Skill Of Sweeping

    to highlight these fundamentals ensuring that our teens will remember them and hopefully demonstrate them as they continue to curl. During our teaching of the skill it is important to note that we will always be watching for unsafe practices on the ice making it a safe place and hopefully no one will be hurt. Also because sweeping is the most labour intensive part of curling during our plan we will be sure to watch our students, making sure we do not over exert them. We are teaching high school…

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  • What Is The Dance Of A Crystal Dance Essay

    As soon as Miss Claudine positioned herself behind the curtain for a demonstration, Becca stole another glance at Blake’s table. She could almost see him there smiling at her. Before long, the dancers were all back in the dressing room changing. Once in their costumes with their hair and make-up finished, they sat down in the chairs against the wall waiting to be called out on stage. Becca tried blocking out the random conversations going on so she could think about how she felt when first…

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  • My First-Personal Narrative

    Once it was my turn I was so nervous. I got in my spot and got started. The only thing that I think I wasn’t exceptional at was my mazurkas. Once I was done I waited until my coach said to get off the ice and wait for the results, so I waited for almost an hour until they posted them. I remember my mom wanting to come with me to check the results, but I told her sit there and let me check and I will tell her when I get back. I walked into the locker…

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  • Narrative Essay On Ski Lift

    I nervously walked to the ski lifts with my cousins in a heavy red coat and black gloves. When I tried breathing, a cloud of white came out. I kept trying to calm my fired up nerves with breathing techniques. Try as I might, I couldn’t get my nerves to calm down. It was like my nerves were on fire and that fire couldn’t be put out. When we finally got to the ski lifts, my legs suddenly felt as if they had been weighed down. The closer the ski lift came, the heavier my legs were. I started to…

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  • Evolution In The Call Of The Wild

    Intelligent people don’t come around so often, but when they do we take advantage of their knowledge. Charles Darwin, English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection once said, “ It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change”. Throughout the novel The Call of the Wild by Jack London, the main character Buck was the prime example of evolution throughout the novel. Going from a typical pampered house dog,…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Best Coach

    an amazing coach that year his name was Tobias also called Tobbe, he was very well known in my club which is one of the best clubs in Europe both men 's and women 's hockey, and having one of the biggest junior investment and has Europe biggest ice rinks facility. He had coached his son 's team which I J20 (junior under twenty) and a nearby men 's team in div 1. He was just going to help our defenceman on the practice since he by that time was J20 defense coach too, but since it was a huge…

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