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Hi! Im fifteen years old and have been really inspired by the London Olympics. My dad wants me to take up a sport because I don’t really do many clubs outside of school, and I already do figure skating so I was thinking about doing something different, and am keen on trying shooting. I dont really have any experience in shooting at all, appart from when I went two years ago on a trip with the girl guides. We did pistol shooting (If I remember correctly) and I did the best out of everyone, hitting the target every time. I was very proud of myself considering I had never held a gun in my life, I even beat a girl who goes shooting with her dad every sunday. Im not looking to take part in any serious competitions or anything, I just thought It would be a fun sport to try out, and If it turns out I do have a talent in shooting, then that would be a bonus! I know I have only done shooting once and I may have got lucky, but even if I am terrible if I do try it out, would I be able to progress and learn? And I know the stereotypical shooter is usualy fairly ‘old’ But I really do think I will enjoy it, Do you think I should go for it, or try a different, more active sport for a teenager?

My question is simple I want to know which athlete male or female won the first Gold for us in the 2012 London Olympics and what sport was it in? Been missing alot of the games so need some help here :)

This is funny being that i think American basketball is a gay friendly sport. We have quite a laugh at you chaps across the pond. 7 foot behemoths patting each other on the fannies and faking injuries….disgraceful!!! I played a respectable sport. I was a CHAMPION FENCER on the fabled 1996 OXFORD UNIVERSITY Fencing team! I was the Captain and eventually made FEATHERWEIGHT FIGHTER OF THE YEAR! I did this all this while becomming a 3rd generation graduate at this esteemed institution. Too many of you sit on your over indulged rear ends and watch the tele all day. Why not pick up a book and learn something for heavens sake !! why not put on PBS? Not to even mention i also placed 2nd in the Gardening competition in 1996…. I was able to parlay my fame into a Asst. Managerial position in one of the finest mens clothing stores in all of London! Let this all be a lesson to you chaps!…..Cheerio !
Regards
R. Cavendish III
OXFORD UNIVERSITY – 1996 Champion Fencer / Gardener
Member of the Gregthorn Boys All Male Choir

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I just read this article from not to long ago,( http://edition.cnn.com/2010/SPORT/football/10/07/football.nba.fear.world/index.html) about how the nba game can become more international (although it already has a rabid fanbase in markets such as China) by having either international teams under the umbrella of the nba, or having more of a solidified world cup for basketball. The article talks about how this popularity can endanger soccer in the future and that “Football is, and probably always will be, the game of the people, but basketball is the sport of the modern world: internationalized, well-marketed, fast-paced and urban.”
But I have also noticed that soccer is becoming much more popular in the U.S. , with numbers from the Euro 2012 being skyhigh. Obviously soccer is already the biggest sport overseas. On top of this some ppl say that mma under the UFC umbrella is the fastest growing sport. My question is: what do you think will be the most popular sport in the world in the next couple of decades?

“Sing” was the name of Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s song to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Shame it wasn’t given the subtitle “And Prove You Know the Words.” Then it could have been used as the official anthem for football’s European Championships and the London Olympics as well.
Because it seems people have a bit of a bee in their bonnets. Even the non-royal ones.
UK athletics head coach Charles van Commenee has said he’s making sure all Team GB athletes are practicing the words of the British national anthem ahead of the Olympics, to avoid a repeat of the embarrassment with U.S.-born team captain Tiffany Porter at the World Indoor Championships in March. Porter has been dubbed a “Plastic Brit” – and was challenged to prove her British credentials by reciting the opening lines of “God Save the Queen.”
Poland’s France-born footballers Damien Perquis and Ludovic Obraniak were asked to sing part of the Polish anthem ahead of Euro 2012, amid talk of a split in the squad – which also features players with German connections recently brought in by coach Franciszek Smuda.
But does being able to sing the national anthem prove your right to represent a country? Does every Poland-born Polish person or British-born member of Team GB know the words of their anthems? You just have to cast your mind back to the cringeworthy performance of popstar Christina Aguilera singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the 2011 Super Bowl to see that where you’re born doesn’t necessarily mean that’s always the case.
Designer Giorgio Armani has found the perfect solution to the problem – he’s included the words of the Italian anthem in the team’s Olympic kit. Not just a handy cut-out-and-keep guide in the pocket either. He’s gone as far as printing the words to “Il Canto degli Italiani” on the inside of team jackets and sweatshirts.
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“Sing” was the name of Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s song to commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Shame it wasn’t given the subtitle “And Prove You Know the Words.” Then it could have been used as the official anthem for football’s European Championships and the London Olympics as well.
Because it seems people have a bit of a bee in their bonnets. Even the non-royal ones.
UK athletics head coach Charles van Commenee has said he’s making sure all Team GB athletes are practicing the words of the British national anthem ahead of the Olympics, to avoid a repeat of the embarrassment with U.S.-born team captain Tiffany Porter at the World Indoor Championships in March. Porter has been dubbed a “Plastic Brit” – and was challenged to prove her British credentials by reciting the opening lines of “God Save the Queen.”
Poland’s France-born footballers Damien Perquis and Ludovic Obraniak were asked to sing part of the Polish anthem ahead of Euro 2012, amid talk of a split in the squad – which also features players with German connections recently brought in by coach Franciszek Smuda.
But does being able to sing the national anthem prove your right to represent a country? Does every Poland-born Polish person or British-born member of Team GB know the words of their anthems? You just have to cast your mind back to the cringeworthy performance of popstar Christina Aguilera singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the 2011 Super Bowl to see that where you’re born doesn’t necessarily mean that’s always the case.
Designer Giorgio Armani has found the perfect solution to the problem – he’s included the words of the Italian anthem in the team’s Olympic kit. Not just a handy cut-out-and-keep guide in the pocket either. He’s gone as far as printing the words to “Il Canto degli Italiani” on the inside of team jackets and sweatshirts.
Right comment away.

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