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44. Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper02/22/02
All you history buffs will love Old Town Kenai. Center on Kalifornsky Beach Roadhas an olymicsized ice has a golf course and the high school swimming pool is
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Soldotna Soldotna, population 4,140, is the hub of the peninsula. This is because it is built around a highway junction that leads to Kenai and other peninsula communities. It is also the focus of a multitude of recreational activities on the Central Peninsula. It offers all services and is the seat of the Kenai Peninsula Borough government and the borough school district. Soldotna has several hotel/motels and numerous bed and breakfast units available. The two city camper parks and several privately operated camper parks are located on the Kenai River. The city's Swiftwater Park has 40 campsites, is reached by turning south on East Redoubt Avenue just a half mile east of the Sterling Highway intersection (between Holiday and Great Bear Ford). Centennial Park, 180 units, is reached by turning north of Kalifornsky Beach Road at the stop light, then right at the park sign. Both parks are in forested areas and have boat launches, water fill and sanitary dumps. Fees are posted. A variety of restaurants allow diners to choose from fast food fare, all the way to complete gourmet meals. Large chain stores plus independent merchants - some clustered in malls, other in various settings, make shopping easy and pleasurable.

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47. Seaclose Swimming Club
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Seaclose Swimming Club was initially formed in 1980 and was based at Seaclose Swimming Pools - a complex of outdoor swimming pools in Seaclose park, near Newport. The original complex of pools is no longer there and the area houses, amongst other things, offices of the Isle of Wight Council , a skate park, tennis courts, various sports fields and also plays host annually to the revived Isle of Wight Pop Festival The club is now based at Medina Leisure Centre , where it moved shortly after it was formed. Now in over 20 years old the club continues to go from strength to strength catering for all levels of swimmer from the absolute begginer to Olymic hopeful. Seaclose Swimming Club - Swimming on the Isle of Wight.

48. The Decathlon In Olympic History - DECA, The Decathlon Association
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Sponsored by The Decathlon in Olympic History Table of Contents: The Jim Thorpe Story When King Gustav V of Sweden presented awards at the 1912 Olympic Games of Stockholm, he proclaimed to the decathlon winner, an American Indian named Jim Thorpe, as the world's top athlete. "You sir, are the world's greatest athlete." Incidentally, Jim is purported to have replied, "Thanks, King" to the Swedish monarch, a story, true or not, which itself has become part of the Thorpe saga. Ever since, the Olympic decathlon champion or world record holder has been dubbed "the World's Greatest Athlete." And rightly so, since the decathlon is the only objective test of all around athletic ability. Decathletes must contest ten separate events and have those performances tallied on a standard scoring table. The decathlon measures basic sporting ability like jumping, sprinting and throwing. Within the backdrop and rules of track and field, decathlon champions must exhibit, the 4 S's: speed, spring, strength and stamina. Since 1912 great decathlon champions like Bob Mathias, Rafer Johnson, Bruce Jenner and Daley Thompson and others have become household names. But they all owe much to the legend of Thorpe.

49. Olympic Sports For Homeschool - A To Z Home's Cool Homeschooling - 7/13/04
Be sure that a team or coach you sign up with is teaching the olymic method ofthat sport. The most indepth Olympic broadcast in history is coming Aug.
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54. CROQUET: At The Olympics -- Paris,1900
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by Chris Hudson Although 1,225 "athletes" competed in the second Olympics of the modern era in 1900 in Paris, historians concede that it was a poorly organized and monumental failure in most respects. It was here, however, that croquet, a sport "with hardly any pretensions to athleticism" according to the official report, was introduced to the Olympics. The Parisian croquet players forestalled competition from overseas by spreading the croquet over many weeks; there was only one paying spectator - an English gentleman. Organized croquet and the Olympic Games have both matured immeasurably in the last 100 years, but croquet - at last on the brink of becoming a truly worldwide sport - will be nowhere in evidence in Sydney at the quadrennial games in 2000. Chris Hudson, Secretary-general of the World Croquet Federation, researched the history of croquet's inauspicious Olympic debut for the WCF Newsletter WORLD CROQUET, from which is adapted the following article.
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56. Canadian Sport Centre Calgary - Communications
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59. Rock Springs Sports History Of Track
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Posted Tuesday, April 20, 2004 Track originated in Greece when the first footrace took place thousands of years ago; approximately 700 B.C. During this time, footraces were not very popular. When olympic games finally came around in 776, footraces were the only event taking place in the games. When footraces were first introduced to the olymic games, many championships took place after that. The first U.S meet took place in New York state in 1868. The first Natrional championship took place in 1876 and the first international championship took place in 1895 between New York and London. Although women enojyed running also, they were not allowed to participate in the first olympic games. Women's competition did not begin until 1917. Women were able to compete in the olympic games by 1927. Track today is extremely different than earlier times. Records that were hard to break back then are not even thought of today. Things that weren't even dreamed of being performed are now second nature to most track runners. Women and men do not compete in the same races and now, there are different events you can run. So track toay takes more skill and training because it is more competitive.

60. History Of The Olympic Games
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History of the Olympic Games This is a complete history of the Olympic Games according to an article in the 1999 World Book Encyclopedia. The article contains everything from the meanings of the symbols used to explanation of what the Olympics and the International Olymic Commitee (IOC) is all about.  If you are looking for anything in particular in this article search for key word below:     The Olympic Games are the most important international athletic competition in the world. The Olympics bring together thousands of the world's finest athletes to compete against one another in a variety of individual and team sports. Millions of people have attended the games, and more than 1 billion people throughout the world watch the Olympics on television.
    The Olympic Games originated in ancient Greece and were held from 776 B.C. to A.D. 393. The modern games began in 1896. The organizers revived the games to encourage world peace and friendship and to promote healthy sporting competition for the youth of the world.
    The Olympic Games consist of the Summer Games and the Winter Games. From 1896 to 1992, the Olympics were held every four years, except in 1916 during World War I, and in 1940 and 1944 during World War II. The Winter Games, which were established in 1924, took place the same year as the Summer Games. Beginning in 1994, the Winter and Summer Games were divided and scheduled on four-year cycles two years apart. For the years and locations of the games, see the table Sites of the Olympic Games in this article.

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