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Shiming Zou of China is declared the winner over Paddy Barnes of Ireland during their men's light flyweight boxing semifinal in London. The match was scored a 15-15 tie; Zou won on the number of punches landed. Scott Heavey/Getty Images hide caption
Are you off your meds again? Perhaps a frontal lobotomy would eliminate the need for pharmaceuticals. :evil:It's become even more apparent that you've no idea what you are talking about. Trying it a couple of times is not even worth mentioning -- you
A spokesperson for the ancient sport of jousting recently made a case for its inclusion in the Olympic Games based on the technical skills and physical prowess required to be successful. She suggested these were as high or higher than many sports alr
There are many possible endings to the campaign in Eador. While some are fairly straightforward, others may involve lengthy quests across multiple shards and have very specific requirements. Most of the endings are also missable, meaning that you may
[Verse 1:] [1 куплет:] Heading down south to the land of the pines Мой путь лежит на юг, в сосновый край. I'm thumbing my way into North Caroline Я путешествую автостопом в Северную Каролину, Staring up the road and pray to God I see headlights Всмат
Soccer by the Rules – Penalty Kick – Parts 1 and 2 By Joe Manjone, Ed. D. This contains the first and second articles on the Penalty Kick
The design for the medals of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games highlights the relationship between the power of Olympic heroes and the power of natural forces. The medals use the form of the laurel leaf, an ancient symbol of victory, to connect the champion
As it turns out, bronze medalists tend to exhibit happier responses to their Olympic performances than silver medalists, according to researchers. "People have a tendency to compare their state of the world and what happens to them with what could ha
The Jamaican superstar won gold at both 100m and 200m at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, the first man in history to claim the sprint double at consecutive Games. He also won 4x100m relay gold at both Games, and will attempt to win three golds for the th
Several weeks ago I wrote a post reviewing a study on Christophe Lemiatre and what makes him so darn fast. The study was conducted by French professor JB Morin; an incredible researcher in the field of sprint biomechanics and speed development. JB wa