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The 2007 U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming Championships continued yesterday with the Senior portion of the competition at the Central Oahu Regional Park Pool. Representatives from club teams from across the nation as well as several other countries competed for titles in the solo, duet, and team even
Race cars are increasing in popularity. Some people convert their cars to sports cars by changing the engines. DIY race car enthusiasts often say if it has an engine, someone will try to race it. Building and maintaining race cars is not exactly an easy task, as it involves a lot of things.
Golf lessons are great for getting the basics right and hours of watching PGA tours on television (much to the chagrin of my relatives) leaves me in admiration of, and desire for, a nice clean shot onto the green. Therefore I am a regular down at the range.
The term 'Kung Fu' actually refers to any skill that has been developed over time through the endeavour of the individual. We in the west tend to associate it only with martial skill. Because most people equate 'Kung Fu' with martial art, at the Institute of Personal Development
Ski magazines, Howto-Ski books, and numerous web sites all offer ski tips for the advanced skier. In most cases the ski tips consist of a series of
Start with a young boys passion for skateboarding. Next, blend in his interest in computers. Finally, add a dash of Internet technology and you have a complete recipe for a first-class skateboard web site complete with skateboard gear and anything else you can imagine having to do with skateboarding
If you have been running or jogging for any length of time, you are no doubt familiar with the term "runner's high". Let's examine what this term means and whether or not there is any substance to it. The term is associated with a certain feeling of euphoria many runners experien
If Roberto Duran was born with "Hands Of Stone," Mike Tyson grew up as a child with a pent up rage in his heart. Like many boys his age, Tyson grew pigeons. One day thugs bullied him. Somebody decapitated one of his pets, beheading it with bare hands.
As a kid growing up in Indiana, I always strove to find the perfect fit in bats for me, one that had a sweet spot as big as Indianapolis. I never knew the exact location of that spot other than it was somewhere near the bat barrel's thickness, but I knew it when I hit the pitched ball there. In