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Minu nimi on Katrin Zaitseva, olen Tallinnast pärit triatleet.
Teekonna spordimaailma leidsin ma juba 7-aastaselt, kui mu vanemad mu esimest korda basseini äärde viisid ja nii see algaski... 13aastat olen ma professionaalselt tegelenud ujumisega. Esimest korda elus astusin absoluudi vanuseklassis poodiumile 12-aastaselt, mil saavutasin 2.koha 200m selili ujumises ja nii see ka jätkus.. Kokku olen ma tänasekspäevaks jõudnud Eesti meistrivõistlustel ujumises poodiumile 153 korral.
Ujumise kõrval meeldis mulle alati jooksmas käia ja olin ka unistanud proovida triatloni.. Nii avaneski 2015.aastal minu jaoks triatlonimaailm ning oma esimesel suvel, kui proovisin triatlonit suutsin ka võita oma esimese eestimeistri tiitli juunioride vanuseklassis!
Nüüdseks olengi täiskohaga triatleet, kes tegutseb kogu südame ja pühendumusega selle spordialaga, saavutamaks kõrgeid tulemusi!
Olen Võrust pärit pikamaajooksja, endine võrkpallur. Pikamaajooksuga hakkasin tegelema 2014. aasta suvel. Ma naudin treeningute ja töö tegemist. Mis ei tapa, teeb tugevaks! Ma elan tervislikku eluviisi, pööran väga suurt tähelepanu sellele, mida ma kütuseks kasutan. Kui mingit toit on vaja valmistada, siis võid kindel olla, et saan sellega hakkama. Minu iidolid on Mo Farah, Scott Jurek, David Rudisha ja Isaiah Thomas. Minu moto: Söö tervislikult, maga kaua ja treeni täiega! Kõige paremad saavutused: Rakvere Ööjooksu 21.1km kuues koht (2016) ja Võrumaa pikamaajooksusarja üldkokkuvõttes kolmaskuues (2016).
I am long distance runner from Võru, Estonia who started running in spring 2014, former volleyball player. I love to train and work hard. I live a healthy lifestyle and I am keen on cooking. My moto is eat healthy, sleep suvel. long and train hard! I believe that hard work beats talent. Idols Mo Farah, Isaiah Thomas, David Rudisha and Scott Jurek. My goal is to represent Estoniain the Olympics at the marathon
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Hei! Meeldiv tuttavaks saada mina olen Christin-Amani Kiivikas (enamasti kutsutakse mind ainult Amaniks). Tallinnas elav neiu, kes armastab tervisklikku elsutiili ning kõike sellega kaasnevat: head emotsiooni, enesetunnet, usku endasse jne. Olen tegelenud ka tennise, tantsimisega, iluvõimlemisega, kergejõustikuga ja vehklemisega. Mõte isa käe all treenima hakata oli jõlksunud mul peas juba siis, kui ma teiste aladega tegelesin. Mäletan hästi kuidas ühel aastal jõuludel läksin isa juurde sellest ideest rääkima. Ja ma pole kordagi selle poole aasta jooksul mõelnud, et ma enam ei taha vms.. hoopis vastupidi. Tulemused, mis sellega kaasnevad innustavad mind tohutult.
Tahan teiega jagada oma kogemusi, arvamusi ja mõtteid. Siin blogis saab näha ja hoida end kursis kogu mu treeningprotsessi, toitumise, ilu ja moe tegemistega! Ma soovin, et te kõik saaksite olla killuke sellest teekonnast! 🙂 Unistage suurelt!
Work hard or go home!
Nashville, TN born and raised
Nashville Flyers u18 AA
Assistant Captain of Indy-Summit Hockey
Train at The Hockey Lab in Franklin, TN
Independence High class of 2021
2018-19 Nashville Flyers u16 AA stats Final
Games: 54 (Nationals bound)
Goals: 22 (2nd on team)
Assists: 27 (2nd on team)
Points: 49 (2nd on team)
+/- : 28
2018-19 Independence-Summit GNASH stats Final
Games: 21 (including playoffs)
Goals: 19 (1st on team)
Assists: 17 (1st on team)
Points: 36 (1st on team)
I am Shannon McCarthy. I attend River Hill High School and will graduate with the class of 2020.I was on varsity volleyball this past season as a sophomore. I began my club volleyball career in eighth grade. This is now my third club season, I now play for the Columbia Volleyball Club for the 16-1s team, lightning. During high school season I have practice six days a week for two hours a day. For club I have practice three times a week for two hours each day. On the remaining four days I exercise either at the gym or at home. The period between the end of club volleyball and the beginning of high school volleyball I attend camps and clinics. I find myself to be a quick learner, coachable, and a positive teammate.
Started when I was little. Most of my athletics times I ran middle-distances on track. After an injury I stopped regular training and skipped almost 4 seasons. Now started training sessions in Prorunner sportsclub under Viljar Vallimäe. Currently I run 10k and half-marathon distances. My goal is to compete in 2017 Summer Universiade in 10k or half-marathon.
I started a Junior career with French football club AJ Auxerre (Association de la jeunesse auxerroise) in 2009, where I played as left midfielder till 2012. Afterwards, later was signed in to a senior club Kecskeméti TE in Hungary in 2013, where I played 21 matches till 2014 and recorded 8 goals. I then proceeded with German football club Reiterswiesen, from 2015 to 2016 recording 6 goals in 16 games. Later to IF Brommapojkarna, more commonly known as Brommapojkarna or simply BP, a Swedish football club located in the borough of Bromma, in the western parts of Stockholm municipality. From 2016 to 2017, I recorded with BP, 3 goals in 15 games. Also had a short adventure at Dnipro Cherkasy in 2017, where I made 20 appearances recording 2 goals.
I always love sport and started in early childhood.I always love to play cricket but my one of the friend see my running capacity and told me you also take interest in long running events .your running capacity is awesome due to these words from my friend I think it for a long and finally enters into ab long running events and win it
I started playing sports in grade one at age 5 and currently i am 19 years of age , i played all sports and realized my passion for Soccer was greater than any other,so i decided to shift all my attention energy there, during Physical Education(P.E) I played for the boys team because all the girls were into Netball. In grade 7 i joined the boys team in Gaborone Block 9 coached by Mmoni Mogopolo "States", i attended all games , even got to play because i was "one of the boys" . I then joined the school team in 2012 at my previous high school Gaborone International coached by Edward Mukhanairi. When i left the school i joined a boy's football academy (Stanely Moanga Football Academy) just for a week to boost my skills and exposure. When i started in varsity i did not want to join the school team because i was tired of playing for no earns,so i played for entertainment for a team know as GC's finest which has won the Hotties tournament twice in a row (2015-2016). I then was asked to play for the school team and the league team UB Kicks and ever since I have been playing o the best of my ability, I train everyday except for Monday and weekends. I am looking to play abroad one day, for Manchester City. My strength indicator is speed as i i am a middle fielder and need to support both defenders and attackers.
Richard Appiah is a Ghanaian Professional Footballer who currently plays for Ethiopia Premier League club Saint George FC.
Professional Career History
23.04.2018 Idsea Champasak (Laos) St. George (Ethiopia) Transfer On- Loan
01.07.2016 Cheetah FC (Ghana) Idsea Champasak (Laos) Official Transfer
Florida Gator Emma Whitner has single-handedly mastered this task. Emma is a diver for the University of Florida, maintains a 3.87 GPA, made the Dean’s List last year, and still makes time for her friends.
Emma grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and started out her athletic career as a swimmer but wasn’t too fond of the sport
I started playing soccer and when I was 6. I train twice a week with a team and I do work outside of team practice everyday such as going to the gym or running and getting touches on the ball. I am a multi-positioned player who can play and has played every position on the field. I have been a state champ and been named 1st team all state and been a captain.
Born : 19 August 2002 / PRIZREN-KOSOVO
Height : 1.75 cm
Weight : 64 kg
Role : Left Back
Strengths : Crossing , Defending , Heading , Bravery , Concentration
Weakness : Speed
He start his career when he was 8 years old in K.F Liria until the end of season 2011/2012 then he went to F.K Prizrenspor he stayed there for 2 seasons and in 2014 he came back to K.F Liria and he named as captain in K.F Liria U-13 team . In 2018 the F.K Kukesi scout was in Prizren to pick up some players and one of those players was Rinor Avdullahu . Then he went to F.K Kukesi and He impressed the F.K Kukesi staff but because of one injury he came back to K.F Liria Juniors team and he is playing now with such an entuziasm to impress the whole World.
I started skating at the age of 9 years and since then, I have been the Indian national champion a multiple times and a part of the Indian contingent for three World Championships, two Asian Championships and Beach Asian Games. As one of the best long distance skater of the country, I bagged a bronze medal for the country at the Asian Championship in 2010 in the 3000 meter relay event.
I started playing soccer for a team around age 11 but I played football everyday before with my family from age 6, I have played for teams around my area ever since and now I play for a prestigious team in the uk that is globally recognised on the nyfl website known as either Barnsley shadow scholarship or reds In the community, I train Monday,Tuesday have a match on wednesdays, train thursdays play Fridays and play saturdays
Baseball: First Base, Back-Plate Catcher, Football: Right Guard, Left Guard
2006: Hemingway park padres ( baseball )
2007: Hemingway park Tigers ( baseball ), Hemingway Park Colts (Flag Football)
2007:Hemingway Park Colts ( Flag Football )
2008:Hemingway Park bears
2009:West Park Indians: TLC Winner,Baseball Playoffs Winner, Allstar,(Baseball) (Champion)
2009:Compton Vikings:(SYFL SuperBowl Winner)- Undefeated Season
2010:West Park Brewers - had a up and down season
2010: Didn't make the Compton vikings team that year
2011:Hemingway Park Black Soxs:Won 6-0, and then lost 4 in a row
2011: Compton Vikings (FOOTBALL): (National Champions) (SYFL super Bowl Champions) - undefeated season
2012:Hemingway Park Look Outs : Lost every game
2014: Roscrans Park Dodgers:(All Star)-lost every game, almost hit a home run at all-star game
2015:Durango Trailblazers: Starter all season- 8-1 season, #2 team in Las Vegas
2016:Durango Trailblazers: Starter all season- 0-9 season, lost weight and got man handled due to being too small for position
Geeta Chouhan (Anu Chouhan)
⭐Indian Wheelchair Basketball Player & National Wheelchair Tennis Player 🏀🏅🎾🏃♀
⭐ Team Sport - Wheelchair basketball🏀🏅(Gold medalist 2018 & 2019.) 🏅🏅🏅
⭐ Individual Sport - Wheelchair Tennis🎾🎾
⭐ Marathon Runner ♿ ♿🏃♀
DOB - 07-10-1988
Disability - Polio
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook page.. Geet_anu
Who am I ?
I, Geeta Chouhan am an Indian Wheelchair Basketball Player from Mumbai, Maharashtra. I am part of Indian Wheelchair Basketball Team since March 2018 & November 2019. I was a member of the team that represented India in the Asian Para Games Qualifiers, held at Bangkok, Thailand in March 2018 & The AISA Oceania Championship 🏀 at Pattya, Thailand. (AOZ ,2020 Tokyo Paralympics qualifiers in Nov 2019). 🏀🏀🏀
I also play Wheelchair Tennis. 🎾🎾🎾
I was born in a middle-class family of Mumbai. At the age of 6, I was affected by polio which affected my ability to walk. Due to my condition, I struggled to get an education. I was denied admission to private schools, so I ultimately completed education till SSC in a government school.I Completed graduation from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics. I got the opportunity to play sports just a few years ago, but ever since I have started playing sports I have practiced very hard for both the sports I play. I am passionate about sports and am committed to work hard and achieve laurels for my country.
⭐ Tournaments with Indian Wheelchair Basketball Team:-
01] Represented India 🇮🇳 The AISA Oceania Championship 🏀 at Pattya, Thailand. (AOZ ,2020 Tokyo Paralympics qualifiers in Nov 2019).
02) Represented India 🇮🇳 at the Asian Para Games Qualifying trials at Bangkok, Thailand. March 2018 🏀🏀
⭐ Tournaments with Maharashtra Wheelchair
Basketball Team :-🏀🏀🏀
01) Winner- 6th National Wheelchair Basketball (Gold medalist 🏅🏅🏅) Championship 2019 at Mohali🏀🏀🏀
02) Winner - 5th National Wheelchair Basketball Championship 2018 at Tamil Nadu. ( Gold medalist 🏅🏅🏅) 🏀🏀🏀
03) 4th Position - 4th National Wheelchair Basketball Championship 2017 at Hyderabad ( 4th position)🏀🏀🏀
⭐ I was the top scorer (12 points) in the final match against Tamil Nadu at the 5th National Wheelchair Basketball Championship 2018.🏀
I also plays Wheelchair Tennis for Maharashtra.🎾🎾🎾
⭐ Tournaments of Wheelchair Tennis:- 🎾🎾
1) I have won runners up title in doubles at open National Wheelchair tennis Championship 2018 held at Chennai. 🎾🎾
2) Participated at National Wheelchair Tennis Championship Dec. 2018 held at Bangalore.🎾🎾
⭐ Marathon Runner ♿
1-Marathon Runner ♿ ( Valsad marathon 10 KM.. Timing.. 40 minutes 3 second complet)
2-Tata mumbai marathon ♿♿♿
⭐ Climbing - 42 fit..
I play for the Indian women's wheelchair basketball team and for the Maharashtra state team however, there is no financial support available to wheelchair sports persons in India, No Association or government bodies are supporting players like us who are from an economically weaker background. I have to seek donors for travelling expenses, kit, sports wheelchair and training to play sports on wheelchair. These expenses are considerable and I am unable to make the same out of my own earnings.
I would like to practice more and bring laurels for my Country and state. I request you to support me for my tournament and travel. Your support will motivate me to practice harder and achieve greater heights.
The sports wheelchair that I am using at present was sponsored as well. This is a basic wheelchair that is a good fit however; no adjustments are possible to make the wheelchair perform better. I also use basic Velcro straps to fasten myself on the wheelchair. In the Wheelchair Basketball Nationals, 2018 I was top scorer in the finals for my team, I was also appreciated a lot for my speed. I am looking to better my performance this year for which I am already practicing hard but besides practice I will need a good sports wheelchair which is of international standard. A good imported sports wheelchair costs anywhere between 3,00,000 to 4,00,000 INR. This expense is considerable. Please help me to buy a good sports wheelchair by sponsoring me.
Upcoming Tournaments -
1. 7th National Wheelchair Basketball Championship 2020 🏀🏀🏀
2. National Tennis Championship 2020🎾
Media Coverage :-
⭐ Article on www.swachhabilityrun.com
Geeta Chouhan- Aiming higher and higher
⭐ Interview on ABP Majha Marathi News Channel
⭐Cover by The Tribal Box YouTube Channel.
⭐ Article on www.thelogicalindian.com
⭐ Article on www.newzhook.com
⭐ Article on The Better India
⭐ The Asian Age
⭐ Humans of Bombay
⭐ A Mystery &History
⭐ scoop whoop hindi
⭐ ETV Andhara Pradesh
⭐ Sound & Light Social Adventures Media Research Consultancy ( SLSV)
⭐ Passionate Talents
⭐ Mashable India 🇮🇳
Born to Hoop Geeta chouhan (Anu)...
I started playing for the WNY Flash Academy in 2016. This is my second year on the 04 ECNL team on Defense. I am in 10th grade at St.Mary's High School in Lancaster, NY. I played starting CB both my Freshman and Sophmore years.
Awards: All Sports Union 2nd Team D - 2018
1st Team All Catholic D - 2019
I started playing softball when I was eight and continued all the way through high school. I earned several athletic awards through my high school season, along with being team captain my senior year. I was also team captain on my travel team for several seasons. After finishing my first semester of college at UW-Eau Claire, I soon realized that softball was something I could not go without.
I started playing basketball when I was 8 years old. I joined a smaller kids league at the Philippines. I moved here to the United States when I was 12 and I didn’t play middle school basketball because I took a break of the basketball. My freshman year of high school, I played C team and sat JV. My sophomore year I played JV and a couple C team and Junior year I played JV and sat varsity. I played a little like 3 minuts left in the game. And my senior year I didn’t play because I had a knee injury. My strength is driving to the basketball, my ball handling and shooting ability. And my weakness is passing and quick react to the double team but I believe I’ll improve that weakness and prove to all the teams out there that I’m capable of getting the W with the team. I believe defense is the key to win every game. I’m a small 5’7 point guard but I’m on a missing to find any colleges that are interested on me and my effort is always 110% on the court.
I started karate in 2008. I always maintain a positive attitude and strong spirit when it comes to karate. I was awarded my 1st Dan black belt in 2016 by Shihan Koos Burger of SASKA (South African Shotokan Karate Academy). I train 6/7 days a week. My goal is not to win all competitions that I attend but it is to ensure that I keep up a good standard of karate that will always reflect on me as an individual and to my club. When I was still growing up I used to wish to be an actor where I would showcase my skill in filmed videos. In my years of practising karate I have entered too many championships both local and national championship and international championships where I have placed in the top 3 in all recent championships. I am 2018 WUKF world championships bronze medalist. The final team was announced after the 2017 SASKA National Championships, where I was awarded 3 Gold Medals, 2 Silver Medals and 1 bronze medal; and I was also awarded a trophy for the SASKA Best Male Karateka. My goal is to make it to Olympics level. This might happen soon in 2020 as long as I put in the hard work as I have started to double my training times to at least 2 times a day. I have been getting so much positive feedback from my karate teachers and mentors as well as other instructors. My dream is to travel to Japan and train with some of the best karate masters because my aim for is not to focus much on sports karate but more on traditional karate.