Usain Bolt

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  • Usain Bolt Biography

    as Usain Bolt crossed the finish line, shattering the world record. The fans cheering him on, Bolt did his famous lightning bolt pose and proudly waved the Jamaican flag. Usain Bolt’s journey to becoming the fastest man in the world required a lot of hard work and dreams. At a young age, he took advantage of the little opportunities he had, and made a name for himself. Soon after, his unique personality was an inspiration to many people around the world. Climbing from rags to riches, Usain Bolt became a role model and hero to the world. Bolt’s simple country…

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  • Analysis Of Gatorade

    In 2016 Gatorade released a new commercial with iconic athletes which included Usain bolt, Serena Williams, April Ross, and Paul George. In the commercial the athletes were pestered by their younger selves. The child version of these athletes helped motivate the athletes, such as wake them up, help them train, and be there moral support. An example of this is the first scene in the commercial where younger Serena Williams yells at older Serena Williams to get out of bed. Throughout the…

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  • Usain Bolt Case Study

    one minute? The fastest 100m sprint speed record is held by Usain Bolt , reaching the speed of 43.94 kph. 0.8 km is 800 meters. For you to run 800 meters in 1 minute you would need to reach the speed of Usain bolt speed: 43.94 x 800m= 35152 m/s. Though human endurance comes into play as well, as a person cannot run their top speed for more than 8 seconds. Usain Bolt was able to keep 95% of his top speed for 8 seconds during his 100 m sprint, nowhere close to a minute. As Usain Bolt took 9.65…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Day I Go Back In America

    Let me go back to when it all began I jolted awake as a blood curdling howl pierced the bitter cold air. What started out as a seemingly relaxed hiking trip turned into 3 days of pure, adreneline driven, survival, when a pack of ravenous, blood-thirsty gray wolves started hunting me. I thought I had lost them when I jumped 3 and a half meters across an almost bottomless ravine going a mile in either direction. I don't know how they caught up to me, but now was not the time to think about…

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  • Jack Giddy's Life-Personal Narrative

    I train for athletics on the weekends with a group of men who all have over 50 years on me. Training with them has and always will be the best decision I have made. My trainer is called Jack Giddy and he trained my grandfather in athletics as well. He is currently 93 years old. He and his wife, Snow, have been family friends with us for years. He had a friend called Reg Austin was also a runner that was trained by Jack when he was young. Born on October 16, 1936, Reg Austin was a runner from…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Grooming

    The applauding behavior of today’s youth has reached epidemic proportions. Their lack of self-respect is reflected in not only by the way they dress, it’s also shown by the way they treat others. Aggressive behavior is shown throughout social media, music and everyday life. Entertainment today contributes to the fact that today’s youth are vulgar, rude, and rebellious and disrespect authority. Parents trying to be friends with their children, instead of being parents is a huge contributing…

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  • M1 Garand Rifle

    casualties. B. The development of the advanced technological M1 Garand rifle in World War II (helped the infantry soldiers in WWII) essentially help led to the end of the war. The M1 Garand rifle was a highly-acclaimed rifle for the United States in World War II. As the standard infantry rifle of the Second World War, the Garand saw combat throughout theaters in Europe with the United States Army and especially in the Pacific with the United States Marine Corps. The major distinction of the M1…

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  • Hunted In The Most Dangerous Game, By Richard Connell

    The short story, The Most Dangerous Game, written and published in 1924, by Richard Connell. In the story, a hunter named Rainsford is stranded on an island, owned by a wealthy Cossack named Zaroff. Who hunts humans, not animals. Zaroff then gives Rainsford a choice, to be hunted by Zaroff for three days, or to be killed by Zaroff’s manservant, Ivan. Rainsford chooses to be hunted by Zaroff and is given hunting gear. On the last day of the hunt, Zaroff and his dogs corner Rainsford, and…

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  • Consumerism In Naomi Klein's Book 'No Logo'

    of killing cattle. They are not just treated bad in the slaughterhouses, but also when they are being transported to it: “[C]attle face a journey of up to forty-eight hours, during which they are deprived of water and food. Thus, virtually all of them lose weight and many show signs of dehydration. They are often exposed to extremes of heat and cold. A number of animals will die from the conditions or arrive at the slaughterhouse too sick to be considered fit for human consumption” (Foer 227).…

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  • Mass Slaughter: The Cruelty In The Food Industry

    opposed to the rapacious and malicious food industry. Hopefully bacon and baby back ribs smothered in barbeque sauce will lose their appeal once the veil of anonymity that shrouds the food industry is drawn back. Why is it that it is acceptable to eat a pig or a cow, but repulsive and almost insane to eat a dog? One of the only defining differences is that to a majority of the American public it is acceptable to mass slaughter one and then cuddle up to the other. The process of this mass…

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