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Extractions: The Slovak Junior Olympic Team celebrating their Bronze medal victory in 1999 Slovakia has always been a country with a rich sports tradition. Among the winter sports, ice hockey and skiing are especially dominant here, but figure skating also has a great tradition. The natural conditions implore the inhabitants of this country to the cultivate winter sports. Football, volleyball, tennis and ice hockey are popular. There is a very good network of marked trails in all mountain areas, and it is possible to plan a walking tour in advance. Hunting is available. Highlights Since independence Slovakia has been represented as a unique nation in the Olympics and other international sports venues. Although Slovaks played a prominent role under the banner of "Czechoslovakia" they had to prove themselves all over again under their new nation state. Slovakia made its Olympic debut at the Winter Olympic games in Lillehammer 1994. Success has followed for this nation of 5 million people. At the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics Slovakia picked up 3 medals, including one gold. Nagano 1998 was shutout but victories in other international events followed. At the Hockey World Juniors in 1999 the Slovak team managed to get bronze. In 2000, at the Icehockey World Championships Slovakia clinched the silver medal after a defeat by their former partners, the Czech Republic.
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A FINAL BLOW TO CHESS DRUG TESTING rather than increasing the number of olympic sports, and even popular sports ofa physical nature such as bowling, racquetball, water skiing and squash have http://www.chessnews.org/blow.htm
Extractions: A FINAL BLOW TO CHESS DRUG TESTING? The idea that chessplayers should be subjected to drug testing in order for the game to become part of the Olympics appears to be fading fast. Earlier this year, the U.S. Olympic Committee rejected chess as a sport, delivering a blow to support for drug testing in the United States. Now the International Olympic Committee has likewise refused to accept chess and other "mind sports" as part of the Olympics. The IOC is reducing rather than increasing the number of Olympic sports, and even popular sports of a physical nature such as bowling, racquetball, water skiing and squash have now been rejected. It should now be clear to even the drug testing diehards that the chances for chess to become part of the Olympics any time in the foreseeable future are nil. It is time to stop the debate and give up on FIDE's ridiculous idea that mandating drug testing now in various tournaments will lead to eventual recognition of chess as an Olympic sport. Congratulations to Executive Director Frank Niro for being the first USCF representative to openly challenge FIDE's ridiculous drug testing policy. Hopefully our Executive Board and FIDE representatives will follow Niro's lead. It is long overdue for USCF to stand up for what is right at FIDE meetings, and I believe that the result is likely to be the end of the idea that drug testing is needed in chess.
Sports And The Olympic Tradition The most successful sports are Alpine and Nordic skiing, wildwater kayaking and Sloveniansportsmen and women have performed well at the Olympics at the http://www.uvi.si/eng/slovenia/background-information/olympic-tradition/
Extractions: Government sites President of the Republic National Assembly National Council Prime Minister Government Ministries Constitutional Court Supreme Court Court of Audit Human Rights Ombudsman e-Government Search this site: Search government sites: Slovensko Text only Sitemap Contact us ... Background Information Sports and the Olympic Tradition - An Important Part of Slovenia's Cultural Heritage March 2001 "You are a small country but great at sport!" These were the words of the President of the International Olympic Committee Juan Antonio Samaranch, who visited Slovenia in 1993, describing the extremely rapid development of sport and Olympic ideas in the country. Upon becoming an individual member of the Olympic family in 1992, new horizons opened up for the development of sport and Olympic ideals in Slovenia. Sport and the Olympic tradition are important parts of Slovenia's cultural heritage. In his book Slava vojvodine Kranjske ("The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola") the renowned historian Janez Vajkard Valvasor wrote about the skiers of the Blo¹ka planota (Bloke plain) as early as 1689. The early gymnastic clubs that formed in the mid-19th century brought sports closer to people and made a significant contribution to shaping Slovenian national consciousness. The development of modern sport in Slovenia is inseparably connected to the engineer
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Extractions: by DesignsbyTracy.com A national nonprofit, 501(c)(3), organization established in 1967 by disabled Vietnam veterans to serve the war injured. DS/USA now offers nationwide sports rehabilitation programs to anyone with a permanent physical disability. Activities include winter skiing, water sports, summer and winter competitions, fitness and special sports events. Participants include those with visual impairments, amputations, spinal cord injury, dwarfism, multiple sclerosis, head injury, cerebral palsy, and other neuromuscular and orthopedic conditions. Disabled Sports USA is a nation-wide network of community-based chapters offering a variety of recreation programs. Each chapter sets its own agenda and activities. These may include one or more of the following: snow skiing; water sports (such as water skiing, sailing, kayaking, and rafting); cycling; climbing; horseback riding; golf; and social activities. Gaining Confidence and Dignity Rehabilitation professionals and even the Federal Government recognize the importance of sports and recreation in the successful rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities. When first faced with the reality of a disability, many experience a loss of confidence, depression, and believe their lives have ended. They are often alienated from family and friends because there are no shared positive experiences. Sports and recreation offers the opportunity to achieve success in a very short time period; to use this success to build self-confidence and focus on possibilities instead of dwelling on what can no longer be done. The ability to participate in a sport, such as cycling; skiing; and sailing, to name a few, provides the opportunity to reunite with family and friends in a shared activity.
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Extractions: ChevronTexaco is proud to be an Official Sponsor of the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team competing in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. In addition, the company sponsors 30 of the U.S. National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of Olympic Sport, which represent the United States in international competitions. Sponsored Sports Related Olympic Links ChevronTexaco is committed to supporting world-class performance. Sponsorship of these Olympic athletes demonstrates the company's commitment to excellence and appreciation for the focus, persistence, discipline and vision it takes to achieve the highest results whether in business or athletic competition. The sponsorship gives ChevronTexaco exclusive U.S. Olympic Team marketing rights in the fuel and lubricant category, allowing the company to showcase its brands through a variety of advertising, promotion, and packaging. Considered the world's greatest sporting event, the Olympic Games is broadcast to an estimated 3.7 billion people world-wide. ChevronTexaco is extremely proud to support the country's best athletes in their quest for Olympic glory and we are truly "Fueling the Dream."
Native American Sports Council by offering recommendations and solutions to curb the olympic sports sponsorshipregression water skiing (May 9) Collegiate skiers from the Western Region rose http://www.nascsports.org/olympics/weekinreview.html
Extractions: Baseball: (May 5) USA Baseball announced that the 2004 USA Baseball National Team will play 18 exhibition games this summer - including 13 on the domestic side of the schedule - prior to representing the U.S. in the II FISU World University Baseball Championships in Tainan, Chinese Taipei, July 22-Aug. 1. (May 10) Casey Kotchman (St. Petersburg, Fla.) has become the first ever player from the USA Baseball Youth National Team (16-under) program to make it to Major League Baseball after having his contract purchased by the Anaheim Angels from the AA Arkansas Travelers of the Texas League. For more information, log on to www.usabaseball.com. Boxing: (May 7) Diego Hurtado (Sparks, Nev.), Vicente Escobedo (Woodland, Calif.), Charles Hatley (Dallas, Texas), Vanes Martirosyan (Glendale, Calif.), Andre Dirrell (Flint, Mich.), Andre Ward (Oakland, Calif.) and Devin Vargas (Toledo, Ohio) all registered victories for the U.S. in the first of two USA versus Puerto Rico Duals at the Eldorado Hotel and Casino Showroom in Reno, Nev. For more information, log on to www.usaboxing.org.
OIA :: About :: Member Profiles sports such as downhill skiing, crosscountry skiing and snow I love water and I thinkit s the best as well as new WW-based sports accepted as olympic sports. http://www.outdoorindustry.org/about.memberprofiles.php?id=11&sort_year=2002
Extractions: This list of the 124 most popular sports in the United States is based on National Sports Study II , conducted in 1992 and based on a 64-page questionnaire to which there were 1,479 responses. See also the 1998 top sports The Top 61 Sports (counting 'ties') NFL football Women's figure skating (tie) Women's gymnastics Major League baseball Pairs figure skating Men's figure skating Pairs Ice dancing Men's gymnastics NBA Basketball NCAA/CFA college football High school football International/Olympic basketball High school basketball NASCAR stock car racing Indy car racing NCAA men's college basketball International/Olympic volleyball Platform diving Little League baseball Competitive swimming Springboard diving (tie) Rodeo Thoroughbred racing Air show airplane stunts Boxing Billiards/pool Track and field Amateur softball High school baseball Synchronized swimming Arena football NHL ice hockey College baseball Minor league baseball Luge/bobsled racing American Gladiators/Jousting Olympic/World Cup skiing Men's pro snow skiing Formula One racing Acrobatics, Chinese or other
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Extractions: email : email@example.com Today the IWSF broke a significant record ! As part of the new 2004 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup programme, a major Media project was also launched. For the first time ever, today we issued a World Cup introduction story to over 11,000 Sports media contacts around the World. We will shortly increase this to 15,000 targeted contacts. As our President Kuno Ritschard has reminded us, there is a cash prize fund at stake this year of over US$ 650,000 at stake and this will be a great boost to our Athletes during the coming months. This new Media project is no flash in the pan - we will issue another 50 stories between now and the end of the year. Watch out, Waterskiing and Wakeboard are coming to town !
Extractions: Water Skiing is a modern sport practiced world-wide with approximately 30 million participants on a recreational basis. Over 75 countries have formal Water Ski Federations organized to have competitions. Our sport offers high energy, high power, and high speed all of which televises well into an exciting presentation. Our athletes are attractive and well conditioned as well as clearly performing athletic moves that require speed, strength, and agility. Each event in a water ski competition requires different skills. Figure skiing requires speed, grace, and agility. Slalom requires strength, timing, and rhythm. Jump requires power, timing and courage. Each event is unique in its presentation of the athlete's skills. The judging of each event is based on objective, easily understood criteria. In slalom, the score is strictly a count of the buoys that the competitor skies around. In figures, the judges only have to decide if each figure was done or not. The is no type of form subjectivity. In jump, only the distance is measured. The format of a Water Ski competition lends itself to an Olympic style competition of preliminaries and finals without burdening the event with a huge number of athletes. In the Pan Am Games, the contest was decided with fewer than 50 competitors.