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Olympic Games

The St Louis Games of 1904 was by all accounts something of a ‘fiasco’. The organisation was terrible and the presence of the Louisiana Exhibition enticed the organisers into presenting many events as side-shows. George Poage of Milwaukee became the first black American to win an Olympic medal, finishing third in the 400-metre hurdles. An […]

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The Advantages and disadvantages of hosting the 2012 Olympic Games

This summer, Great Britain had the privilege of being home to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, which saw national pride being at its utmost highest for the entire duration of the games. As the games being on home soil, this was an Olympics like no other, one many of us wont experience again in […]

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Olympic Games

The company says it will operate its worldwide services business under a single brand: IBM Global Services. At the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, IBM demonstrates the largest integrated information technology system ever seen by a mass audience. IBM systems are deployed on 30 interconnected venues. An estimated three terabytes of time-sensitive, transaction-oriented […]

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Comparing Modern Olympics to Ancient Greek Olympics

The Olympics, the most popular show on TV every two years. The Olympics are very old, older then you would think, they are over 1,500 years old. The Olympics were created by the Greeks, and were held every four years, back then “Four years” was called an Olympiad. The original Olympics Games were not invented […]

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Self Efficacy in Sport- Misty Hyman Example

This essay will describe the impact of self-efficacy on 200m butterfly swimmer Misty Hyman. It will show how Bandura’s theory explains Misty’s performance in the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000. This theory will be described in details and linked with Misty Hyman performance. Misty Hyman is an American swimmer who won the gold medal […]

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Impact of Tourism

Tourism, as in other industries, has three interconnected aspects: environment, socio-cultural, and economic. Discuss the positive and negative impacts of tourism in relation to these areas. Tourism is defined as ‘the temporary movement of people to destinations beyond their normal place of work and residence; the activities undertaken while there; and the facilities created to […]

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Ancient Olympics: War Minus the Shooting

The lifestyle of the ancient Greek people revolves a great deal around the concept of the Olympics in their history. Spivey does an excellent job in covering the everyday routine of an ancient Greek civilian. The topics and issues the author touches upon are those of great importance in the understanding of ancient Greek culture. […]

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Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence in My Life

The Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence, in my opinion, is the one intelligence I’m using more often than others. Since I woke up, I use this intelligence every time I move. As an athlete I practice my Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence every time I play soccer or swim. I also use this intelligence in my daily routine. Everything from my […]

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