when I first came over to the United States every time that my mom would try to help me with anything I would say yaşama and I just kind of meant like go away I can do it and I can do it myself I think that attitude has brought me to where I am […]
On the 29 July 1948 we had our first competition when the Olympic Games were opened in London. And Oscar Pistorius, no doubt about it, he is a Paralympic superstar! He is headed for greatness! This is a great performance from Tanni Grey-Thompson.
♪[music]♪ Sophie Pascoe was an unknown fifteen year old when she went to her first Paralympics in 2008. My biggest goal is for next year to get to the Beijing Paralympics. And hopefully get into a final. She won three gold medals and a silver. Accolades and awards followed. And the winner is… Sophie Pascoe. […]
Hello and welcome to this new video on Karate-blog.net, the clear and net Karate. I’m Bruno BANDELIER Today I will talk about the kata “Heian Yodan” or “Heian Yondan”. I see it written both ways and I never really knew if it was “Yodan” or “Yondan”. I say: “Heian Yodan”. So the number four of […]
Okay so what I am going to be showing you now is how to ride the rail where the lift or takeoff is not directly in front of it, it is more of a hand rail style rail that is meant to represent more sort of the hand rails that go down a stair case. […]
Translator: Jaime Ochoa Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard In my past life as a soccer coach, once you won a national championship, everyone wants to come play for you. Really not true. Once you paid them $ 25,000 a year in scholarships, everybody wants to come play for you. And parents would always come to me and […]
When I’m at the start gate and I’m preparing to visualize, I’m usually looking down the course. Usually I’ve memorized the course to almost a T. Pull out of the gate, flat, roller, roller, roller, stay flat, don’t speed check — you’ve got this. Pop, tabletop, pop down, turn one — Any time I feel […]