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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Texas Tech Basketball Score 167 Points

The Red Raiders Texas Tech Basketball Team
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Texas Tech Basketball team wants to prove that they can make noise too in their division. Texas Tech Basketball team The Red Raiders explode with a magnificent winning record mark of 167-116 favored the Raiders.

This was history for the Texas Tech Basketball team, almost all players are in double figures, the field goal average is very high, they score 50% in the three point line and force the East Central Oklahoma to 29 turnovers. Amazing!

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

LeBron James Dunks

LeBron James dunks from free throw line King James
LeBron James Dunks

LeBron James dunks from free throw line! WOW! LeBron James is really superb because they call him as King James. You can watch a lot LeBron James dunks but this dunk from free throw line is one of the best. LeBron James dunks always give Cavaliers a momentum to be in shape every game. More dunks King James.

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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Rohullah Nikpai Afghans First Olympic Medalist

Rohullah Nikpai Afghans first Olympic medalist Taekwondo

Bronze medal is like a gold to all Afghans as a thousands of jubilant packed Kabul's national stadium to welcome Rohullah Nikpai the nation's first Olympic medalist. Nikpai was cheered by crowds of people as he was driven in an open-topped truck from the international airport to the arena.

"Nikpai brought pride to Afghanistan," Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili said, as the athlete looked on.

A string of speakers praised Nikpai's abilities and presented prizes to him.

Earlier on Thursday, on a stopover in the Indian capital Delhi, supporters carried Nikpai on their shoulders through the airport terminal, and decked him with flower garlands.

"It is every athlete's dream to have a medal around his neck, and I feel proud that my dream has come true," said Nikpai.

"I hope this medal will bring a better future for my country, both in terms of peace and friendship.

"My message to all the Afghan youth is to conquer their aspirations," he added.

"It doesn't matter what field of sport or career they are in, what matters is showing the world that our flag can rise as well."

On landing in Kabul, he was met by Vice-President Khalili, while Afghan helicopters circled over the city dropping leaflets with his picture.

"He has made the Afghan people proud," read the leaflets.

Taekwondo is one of the most popular sports in conflict-hit Afghanistan, which boasts more than 700 clubs and 25,000 competitors.

Nikpai beat world champion Juan Antonio Ramos of Spain 4-1 in a play-off for the bronze medal in the men's 58kg category.

The nation - which sent a team of four to Beijing - counted its previous best Olympic finish as a fifth place in the wrestling in 1964.

Who Is Rohullah Nikpai
Rohullah Nikpai was born on June 15, 1987, Nikpai is an Afghan ethnic Hazara Taekwondo practitioner.

Nikpai started his training in Kabul, Afghanistan, at the age of 10. During the bloody conflict over the capital city, his family left the city and settled in one of Iran's many Afghan refugee camps. He soon became a member of the Afghan refugee Taekwondo team. He returned to Kabul in 2004 and continued his training at the government provided Olympic training facility. At the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar Nikpai competed in the flyweight division where he was defeated by eventual silver medalist Nattapong Tewawetchapong of Thailand in round 16.

Nikpai competed in the 58 kg category at the 2008 Summer Olympics, defeating two-time world champion Juan Antonio Ramos of Spain to win the bronze medal, making him Afghanistan's first Olympic medalist in any event. Afghanistan president Hamid Karzai immediately called to congratulate Nikpai. He also awarded him a house at the government’s expense. "I hope this will send a message of peace to my country after 30 years of war," Nikpai said.

FYI - 2008 Beijing Olympic Sports

Olympic Swimmer Kirsty Coventry Get Cash Reward

President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe gave a $100,000 dollar reward to Zimbabwe's top Olympic swimmer Kirsty Coventry, who won all of Zimbabwe's four medals at the Beijing games and taking her country to 38th in the medal table.

She was given the money, worth £54,890, in a suitcase by the governor of the central bank. In a ceremony carried live on state television, Mr Mugabe called the swimmer "a daughter of Zimbabwe" and a "golden girl".

She smashed the world record to win gold in the women's 200 metres backstroke.

Who Is Kirsty Coventry
Kirsty Leigh Coventry was born on September 16, 1983 in Harare, Zimbabwe, Coventry is a Zimbabwean swimmer and world record holder. She attended and swam competitively for Auburn University in Alabama, in the United States. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, in Athens, Greece, Coventry won three Olympic medals: a gold, a silver, and a bronze and in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing she won four medals: a gold and three silver. She was subsequently described by Paul Chingoka, head of the Zimbabwe Olympic Committee, as "our national treasure". Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has called her "a golden girl," and awarded her US$100,000 in cash for her 2008 Summer Olympic Games performance.

Coventry attended Dominican Convent High School in Zimbabwe. In 2000, while still in high school, Coventry became the first Zimbabwean swimmer to reach the semifinals at the Olympics and was named Zimbabwe's Sports Woman of the Year.

As a student at Auburn University, Coventry helped lead the Tigers to NCAA Championships in 2003 and 2004. In 2005, she was the top individual scorer at the NCAA Championships and captured three individual titles including the 200 m and 400 m individual medley (IM), and the 200 m backstroke for the second consecutive season. She was named the College Swimming Coaches Association Swimmer of the Meet for her efforts. Other awards include 2005 SEC Swimmer of the Year, the 2004-2005 SEC Female Athlete of the Year, and the 2005 Honda Award Winner for Swimming.

2002 Commonwealth Games medals
* Gold in the 200 m IM (2:14.53)

2004 Olympic medals
* Bronze in the 200 m IM (2:12.72) - Zimbabwe's second Olympic medal
* Gold in the 200 m backstroke (2:09.19)
* Silver in the 100 m backstroke (1:00.50)

2005 World Championship medals
* Gold in the 100 m backstroke (1:00.24)
* Gold in the 200 m backstroke (2:08.52)
* Silver in the 200 m IM (2:11.13)
* Silver in the 400 m IM (4:39.72)

2007 All-Africa Games
* Gold in the 200 m IM (2:13.02 CR)
* Gold in the 400 m IM (4:39.91 CR)
* Gold in the 50 m freestyle (26.19)
* Gold in the 800 m freestyle (8:43.89 CR)
* Gold in the 50 m backstroke (28.89 AR)
* Gold in the 100 m backstroke (1:01.28 CR)
* Gold in the 200 m backstroke (2:10.66 CR)
* Silver in the 100 m breaststroke (1:11.86)
* Silver in the 4x100 m medley (4:21.60 NR)
* Silver in the 4x200 m freestyle (8:38.20 NR)

2007 World Championship medals
* Silver in the 200 m backstroke (2:07.54)
* Silver in the 200 m IM (2:10.74)

2008 Olympic Medals
* Silver in the 400 m IM (4:29.89 AR)
* Silver in the 100 m Backstroke (59.19)
* Silver in the 200 m IM (2:08.59 AR)
* Gold in the 200 m Backstroke (2:05.24) WR

FYI - 2008 Beijing Olympic Sports

Thursday, August 21, 2008

US Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor Gold At Beach Volleyball

Kerri Walsh Misty May-Treanor womens beach volleyball gold Beijing Olympics

Women's beach volleyball duo Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor of United States retained their crown with victory over China's Tian Jia and Wang Jie in 2008 Beijing Olympics. May-Treanor and Walsh won 21-18 21-18 to maintain their record of not having lost a set in the tournament.

Walsh sealed the match with a smash to knock out the pre-event favourites in difficult rain-sodden conditions.

China's Xue Chen and Zhang Xi claimed bronze when they beat Brazil's Renata Ribeiro and Talita Rocha 21-19 21-17.

The Americans said afterwards that they used the weather conditions to their advantage.

"The rain makes it better," said Walsh. "We felt like warriors out there. The pressure of playing the hosts made it pretty intense."

"Ever since the ball dropped in Athens, we've wanted to repeat as Olympic champions," May-Treanor added.

"No one has ever done it before."

FYI - 2008 Beijing Olympic Sports

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Jan Frodeno Gold In Men's Triathlon

Jan Frodeno triathlon gold 2008 Beijing Olympics

Beijing Olympics - Jan Frodeno gave the German gold in a thrilling men's triathlon clocking one hour 48:53 seconds, a well-timed sprint clearing with 50m to go to finish ahead of Canada's Simon Whitfield and New Zealand's Bevan Docherty

Great Britain's Alistair Brownlee had been among the leading group for much of the run before fading to 12th place.

Fellow Brit Will Clarke was two places behind Brownlee with Tim Don, suffering from a virus, failed to finish.

Don, who had hoped to among the medals in Beijing, was struggling with illness in the build-up to the race and withdrew early.

Whitfield looked to have time his sprint finish to perfection, breaking from a group that included Frodeno, Docherty and pre-race favourite Javier Gomez of Spain.

But Frodeno stuck with him and, with just 50m to the line, had the legs to out-sprint the Canadian to claim the gold.

"My advantage was that I wasn't one of the big favourites. They had all the media attention," said Frodeno.

"I knew this was going to be a tough race, the 10 km run was going to be the hardest of my life, but I just realised this is what I have been dreaming of, this is my only chance," he added.

It was a fitting end to a fantastic race in which Brit Brownlee more than played his part.

he 20-year-old set the agenda on the 40km bike ride after a hugely impressive swim and looked in contention for a medal as he initially formed a six-man breakaway group in the 10km run.

But he just did not have the legs to keep up with the experienced Frodeno, Whitfield, Docherty, Gomez and Ivan Rana, falling off the pace before crossing the line 86 seconds behind the winner.

"I got to 7km on the run and there was nothing left," said Brownlee. "I've got to find a way of getting 12 places better in time for London."

Clarke was always playing catch-up after a disappointing 1.5km swim in a race which was competed in blistering heat.

"I just didn't do it on the swim," he said. "I wasn't fast enough so I had to do too much on the bike and that meant I came to the run tired. I have to go back and do lots of work on my swimming."

Who Is Jan Frodeno
Jan Frodeno was born on August 18, 1981 in Cologne, Germany, Frodeno is an Olympic triathlon champion from Germany. He won gold in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.

Frodeno started out as a swimmer in South Africa at the age of 15, and he entered into triathlon in 2000. He then went to Germany to compete in the Bundesliga, and qualified for the national team in 2002. He currently trains at the Olympic Training Centre in Saarbrucken. Before his Olympic victory, his best result was placing sixth in the 2007 World Championships, and winning the German Championship the same year. He had previously also placed second and third in various races of the World Cup from 2005 to 2008.

His gold medal win at the 2008 Summer Olympics was a surprise. He beat out race favorite and 2008 World Champion Javier Gomez. In the final meters of the race, he sprinted against 2000 Olympic champion Simon Whitfield. The victory came the day after his twenty-seventh birthday.

FYI - 2008 Beijing Olympic Sports

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