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Olympic and Paralympic Games

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Have you ever seen the Olympic or Paralympic games? Have the Olympic Games ever been held in your country? How many Olympic sports and Paralympic sports can you name? Which Olympic sports would you like to do?

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And the winner is…

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Making snow for the Olympics

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10 of the Coolest Olympics Helmets

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Canandian Jan Hudec and his personalized helmet.

Personalized helmets are not a new thing. Slovenia's Tina Maze wore this spooky helmet at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.


Canadian skeleton athlete Sarah Reid displays her eerie helmet during her training session at the Sanki Sliding Centre. (Source)

Gillian O'Blenes is a 17-year-old Calgary girl who turned to art to help pull her through her battle with cancer.

During the young dancer's treatment she was introduced to Brad Spence, a Sochi-bound skier who broke his leg just before the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin. It was during one of his regular visits to the hospital to see O'Blenes that the skier caught the 17-year-old girl doing something "amazing." O'Blenes uses "zen doodling" to pass the time while in hospital.

So inspired by her doodles, Spence commissioned O'Blenes in December 2013 to create something special for his trip to Sochi — a helmet with a one-of-a-kind design.

This was the result.

British skeleton racer Shelley Rudman's toothy helmet at the World Cup in Koenigssee, Germany.

Canada's John Fairbairn speeds down during an unofficial men's skeleton progressive training at the Sanki sliding center in Rosa Khutor, sporting a bright, neon brain on his helmet.

If hotels falling apart, people busting into rooms in the middle of the night and the general air of unease around Sochi isn't enough excitement for you, Russian snowboarder Alexey Sobolev has found a novel way of keeping entertained.

The 22-year old Russian has put his phone number on the side of his helmet, just to see what happens.

The result?

The young snowboarder has received about 2,000 texts: ”I've got a collection of pictures,” he said. “It's really boring in the Olympic Village, you know?” Looks like he might be in for some entertainment, responding to whatever it is people have sent him – especially if it means using some of the 100,000 condoms distributed to the athletes village (apparently Putin was serious about keeping Sochi safe).

Patriotic Eric Neilson had two eyes and Canada's iconic maple leaf drawn on his helmet.

Katie Uhlaender and a bald eagle.

Canadian Olympic athlete Mellisa Hollingsworth and her horse skeleton. ()

Tengu: God of Mischief – Roof Skating

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How to Get Fit in 10 Minutes a Day

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    Not everybody has the time to visit the gym regularly, sometimes life just requires you to work more and leaves you less time for yourself. 10 minutes a day will never bring you the results you can achieve by working out 60 minutes a day. No matter what magic product you use. So remember this fact. You can however improve your fitness level if you make use of those 10 minutes efficiently.
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    Pick a few basic exercises which you can do well. Such as jumping jacks, push ups and jumping rope for example.
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    Give all you got; since you will only be working out 10 minutes a day, make every second counts.
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    Do not be lazy; never skip a workout. You can always find 10 minutes to do your exercises.
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    That is it pretty much. Time really is no excuse for being lazy. You can do a 5 min workout when you wake up and 5 when you go to bed. That still will be more than when you would do nothing. You might wonder: "What can I do in 5 minutes"? In 5 minutes you could do 100 push-ups 100 knee raises and 50 Jumping Jacks for example. And that will be much more than the average person does. And what is more, your fitness level would improve. Eventually you will get addicted to the feeling of exercise because it makes your body feel fitter and better. Which on its turn will inspire you to work out longer. So no excuses!


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  • Do not skip. And if you do skip make sure you work out longer next time
  • Use every minute you have
  • Make every minute count
  • Remember to do this everyday for the best affect!
  • Get a partner to join you, extra motivation always helps.
  • You can do it! Don't be lazy.
  • if u get tired then take a little break and have water, have fun!! xx

How to Find a Sport That’s Right for You

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    First of all, you may have to know which sport is suitable and good for you and your health.
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    Call your city's recreation department to find out the sporting options in your area.
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    Decide how much time you have to try out a sport. If you are a busy person, try one you can find time for in your full schedule, so you don't have to drop or miss your other activities.
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    Pick a time that is convenient for you to sign up.
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    Decide if you want to spend money to buy equipment or participate.
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    Look up the rules of the sport online. Especially if it's a team sport, knowing the rules is essential.
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    Show up for the first day. There is usually a coach around, so look for that person and ask him to show you a few tricks. Feel free to ask them about anything (like terms, rules and such) you don't know about.
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    See how you feel the next day, physically and emotionally. A sport should, above all, make you feel relaxed and full of energy. Don't worry if you got muscle cramps; they're normal when you haven't practiced any sports recently, because your muscles are no longer used to making effort.
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    Go back again if you had a good time.
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    Try other sports that allow you to explore being alone or on a team.
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    Surf a sports site online to learn more about the sport you are interested in.
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    Keep at it once you find a sport that you love. Start practicing it on a regular basis.

How to Make Fitness a Daily Routine

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    Designate a specific time for fitness. You can adhere to a routine if you set aside specific daily times for exercise. Without a scheduled timeframe, you may be more likely to stray from your daily fitness commitment.
    • Choose a time that compliments your daily schedule. For example, if you join a gym located near your place of work, you can exercise early in the morning before you go to work, or in the afternoons or evenings following your work shift.
    • Give yourself at least 20 minutes per day for fitness and exercise. Although the time you spend on fitness and exercise may vary depending on the activities you perform, at least 20 minutes of vigorous exercise (such as running, swimming, or basketball) is required for an optimal workout.
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    Set fitness goals. In most cases, goals will force you to establish a routine in order to meet those goals. For example, if your goal is to lose a certain amount of weight within a specific timeframe, you will more than likely have to exercise consistently on a daily basis to meet your weight goal.
    • Consult with a certified fitness trainer or expert to help you set realistic fitness goals if you are unsure of the timeframe in which you can achieve your goals.
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    Choose a fitness activity you enjoy. You will be more likely to establish and adhere to a daily routine if you genuinely enjoy the activity you are performing. For example, if you enjoy playing a specific sport, join a team or league for that sport in your neighborhood or at a gym.
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    Perform short, less intense exercises in the beginning. If your routine is too strenuous or intense up front, you may dread exercising; however, if you feel comfortable and satisfied with your initial exercise routine, it may increase the likelihood of fitness becoming a permanent daily routine.
    • Walk up and down flights of stairs instead of taking elevators or escalators, and park your automobile in the farthest spot away from your destination to increase your daily activity in the beginning.
    • Work your way slowly up to your exercise goals. For example, if you want to make running part of your daily fitness routine, start out by walking at a brisk pace until your body feels comfortable and ready for jogging or running.
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    Prepare your fitness equipment in advance. This will allow you to attend your workout without taking the extra time to prepare or pack your equipment, which can be helpful if your daily schedule is extremely busy.
    • Pack your gym bag for the following day on a nightly basis, or keep your fitness equipment in your car or in a locker at the gym.
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    Take breaks as needed. If you exercise on a daily basis even on days when you are especially tired or sore, you may become resentful of your fitness routine and lose the motivation to work out.
    • Allow your body to rest and recover 1 or 2 days per week. If you feel guilty about missing a workout, or want to maintain a routine even when you are tired, perform a milder activity such as housework or strolling around your neighborhood.

Football World Cup

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Some countries have won the football World Cup more than once. Can you match the countries and the years they won the cup?


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The history of football

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Where is football from? Who first played it? What was the first football team in the world? Here is a paragraph about the history of football. But the sentences are all mixed up. Can you put the sentences in the right order?


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