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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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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!
Hi! Nice to meet you! I am Christin-Amani Kiivikas, but you can call me Amani. I live in Tallinn and I love healthy lifestyle and all what comes with it - good emotions and feeling, believing in myself and more. Before fitness I did practice tennis, dancing, gymnastics, track&field and fencing. The idea of training with my father Ott (https://sportlio.com/ott-kiivikas/) has been on my mind for a quite a while and also when I was participating in those other events. I remember quite well when on Christmas I went to talk with my father and about the idea of training with him. And ever since I haven't had any thoughts like I do not want to do it any more ... It is quite opposite - results that come with this event are inspiring me tremendously!
Work hard or go home!
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.
2010_11 Right arm medium peace
Age :13 Height : 4'10 bowling statistics
Overs 30 wickets 7 economy 4.8 strikerate 25.7 best 30/1
overs 80 wickets 40 economy 6.7
Strikerate 12.0 best 20/4
Batting & feilding statics
5 match 150 runs average 30 strikerate 120 50's 1 100's 0 best 58*
25 match 723 runs average 28.9 strikerate 100 50's 4 100's 0 best 55
I started being big when I was 15 years old, except I was small at that time. I gym everyday for about two hours and train as hard as I can. Live large, Die large, leave a giant coffin. I don't have weakdays on my calendar , I have Strong days. I bench 120 kg.
I love my sport mainly because it helps me be a massive legend. Nothing better than seeing yourself in the mirror with a massive pumps, also helps me bond with my boys, and nothing is more important than a bond solidified by iron. I consider myself to be a dedicated person with a hint of narcissism. If you go to the gym and you don't love yourself, you're not training hard enough.
Massive chest, I consider a strength of mine the fact that I am dedicated to training all of my muscles equally. Ain't no skipping leg day for me. A weakness of mine is that I am not stronger. By the end of the year I hope to reach 140 bench and 160-170 squat. I don't deadlift because that is an ego lift and can put your other compound lifts in danger due to injuries.
I hope to be a local legend who is known as the swoly brofessor as I hope to become a professor in history.
I love the gym and history, especially German history in the 20th century. I also take interest in Guitar.
I require only the toughest of music while in the gym, so I rely on my metal playlist to bring me gains.
"flexibility. You mean the ability to flex"
My most famous sporting moment was when I benched 100kg at the age of 15, Became the strongest 15 year old in Tasmania.
Dom Mazzetti is my sporting hero.
Growing up as a very active girl, I always wanted to do something - play games, run outside in the garden, jump over the bushes or whatever came into my mind at that moment. During the time I studied at school, our athletics team always attended local countys championships and I was always a team member. After some successful competitions I decided that I want to do athletics, so I spent my teenage years in athletics.
As I got older I witnessed a weightlifting competition where one little girl was lifting. After that I thought why not? If she can lift, so can I. I started weightlifting at the age of 18 and my first coach was Viktor Korobov but soon after going to weightlifting I had an opportunity to go to Ecuador as an exchange student. I had a lot of luck because I found a gym where I could train along with their best junior lifters. That gave me a lot of extra motivation, so after I came back I knew exactly that this is what I want to do. Because of my studies at the university I had to move to Tartu where I started working together with Igor Baškirov.
On the way to present day, there have been ups and downs but with strong dedication I will reach for my dreams.
So far my best results are 90kg in snatch and 110kg in clean&jerk.
Joseph Koomsoon is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays for AS Academica in East Timor Leste.
*Polotiest * Accra Hearts of Oak * ASPAC FC
* JAM FC *Kasiwaa FC * COSAP FC
1. Super Cup 2nd Place, ASPAC FC
2. Division 2 Winners, Kasiwaa FC
Very Good in the Air
Have Accurate Long Passes
Strong On The Ball
My name is Chelsea Blevins. I am a 3rd generation 360 Sprint Car Driver for the mighty 1B race car. Racing has been in our families' blood for three generations, and I started racing when I was nine years old in Outlaw Karts. My career started at Red bluff and cycleland speedway. There I went from the beginner box class up to the 500 class throughout my years. The best year where I dominated was the 250 class in 2012. I won a total of 9 A main wins, not including all the heat race and trophy dash wins. Then moving on to the 500 class, got heat race wins and a lot of A main starts. Throughout Outlaw Karts, I was very known for my outstanding accomplishments. Going forward to 2014, our team decided to take a big step and buy a Limited Sprint Car and head to Cottage Grove, Oregon every weekend to start my Sprint Car career. After racing Oregon for a total of 2 years under my belt, I had accomplished amazing results from start to finish. Winning many heat races, trophy dashes, qualifying top 5 and exceeding the expectations. Getting 2nd two times and almost winning, finishing top 10 or above each race. Many top 5 finishes with my Limited Sprint car. 2016 is the year we decided as a team to go out and buy a 360 Sprint Car and start my racing in California, My first ever race in a 360 Sprint car took place at Watsonville CA, There was a B main, our team went out, and first race made the A-main. Learning so much in the little amount of seat I have had. Then right when our team started succeeding and learning so much, 2017 had some other curves and lessons for us to learn. That was the year I raced at Petaluma Speedway, I was in the B main, and the green was thrown. I started to drive on the top off of 3&4, a car impaled me and took me out into the fence. My car flipped, and I blacked out. I woke up to a bunch of racers cutting out my halo on my chassis to get me out of the car. Sent to the hospital in Santa Rosa, I had three cracked ribs, concussion, torn spleen with Internal bleeding. What seemed like a nightmare became a struggle. Four days after being in the ICU, I was able to head home. Five months of recovery and not running, jumping, lifting anything over 5 pounds for that amount of time. It was one of the hardest events to get over. After that amount of time, I was able to be cleared to race again. The short amount of time after that I was cleared, I got into an actual car crash, with another concussion and torn ligament with fluid. Our race season was done for that year. A lot of people have their own story; I do not use mine as a crunch. I use this story to show people that after everything, I am positive and know that this made me a stronger person while being humble and grateful for life. 2018 this year I came back stronger than ever, fully healed, and humbled. I was determined to achieve greatness. I started my season at Silver Dollar Speedway, and I ended the season finishing fourth in points and got the David Tater Rookie of the year. Finishing out against the best at Chico. 2019, we came into this year with confidence. Our team was able to achieve a lot. I earned my first 360 Sprint Car Win at sliver dollar speedway, and a girl had not won there since 2001, very few female racers have won there. I was able to have the title of achieving that. Dominating this year, we also were able to branch out to the 360 Knoxville Nationals and do decent. What our team is hoping to do is find big sponsors to support us and traveling abroad. As a crew of only 3, we struggle to have the chance to travel, which is our dream. We want to be able to have your company on our car, give you recognition, and be able to live my dream of going abroad to race. As an 18 year old girl, it gets hard to achieve certain levels and get that full Partnership. Once I am able to, I know that not only our team but myself can achieve greatness. Thank you for your time and for listening to my racing story, anything will help our team.
Sincerely, Chelsea Blevins
FaceBook: Chelsea Blevins, Blevins racing
Having played football most of my life, I only got introduced to the world of triathlon in 2015, however, I managed to attain "elite" status quickly:
• Podium finishes (in age group category):
#1: 2018 Singapore International Triathlon
#3: 2018 Singapore Metasprint Duathlon
#2: 2017 Bintan International Triathlon
#3: 2017 Bali International Triathlon
#3: 2017 Singapore Cycling Duo
#3: 2017 Bintan Ironman 70.3 relay
• Ranked #1 in Belgium (~top 50 in the world) for my category
• All World Athlete GOLD status: within top 1% in the world overall
I am progressing well in my quest to become a (semi-)pro triathlete.
I start rowing at St Alban's Collage in 2012 and from there i was hooked. I am now in first year of university and train with TUKS at the High Performance Center in Pretoria, South Africa. In 2016 I competed in the Junior Wold Rowing Championships and placed 7th overall in the JM2x. Whoever crosses the line first wins.
I'm Zak, Nice to meet you.
Born in Sydney Australia, playing football at the highest level possible there, i'm a midfielder both attacking and defensive and play either roles as required by my coaches. Have also played in almost every position in many games as requested to fill in. At my current club Buxton FC I play as an attacking midfielder, at my previous club Curzon Ashton FC i play both attacking & defensive, also other positions dependent of injuries to others.
In 2016 i was offered to come to the UK on a tour to play against pro-academies during september/October. During that tour i gained the interest from a few clubs whilst playing against them from my assist and scoring abilities. (Fleetwood, Accrington Stanley & Wigan). Upon returning home late in October my father was contacted by a couple of football clubs in the north-west of England to attend a few trials. We returned to the UK in October 2017 after playing a season in National Premier League 1 with Spirit FC in Sydney Australia as an attacking midfielder assisting in 28 goals and scoring 5 goals during that season.
Clubs Played For in Sydney (calendar year):
2014/2015: U12-U13s (2 seasons)
Football - Rockdale City Suns fc NPL1
Coach: George Mavro +61 412000928
Futsal - Botany Bay Pirates fc NPL1
Coach: Rui Da Silva +61 414183034
Football - Bonnyrigg White Eagles fc NPL1
Coach: Mile Strahinjic +61 412734140
Futsal - Sutherland Sharks fc NPL
Coach: John Pladas +61 407899908, 07392787224
Football - Spirit fc NPL1
Coach: Alex Zoumbounelis +61 477111041
Futsal - Sutherland Sharks fc NPL
Coach: John Pladas +61 407899908, 07392787224
Moved to UK:
2018/19 season U16s
Curzon Ashton - League winners and Cup winners U16
Coach: Adam Counsel & Ashley Smith
2019/20 season U17s Academy
Playing U19s National League Alliance (league postponed due to corona virus)
I believe i have matured and developed immensely over the last 20 months and am ready for the next challenge in my life wanting to pursue football professionally moving forward. Also, since arriving in the UK i have had interest from the following clubs with genuine trial interest and invitations. Burnley fc, Sheffield United fc, Salford City fc, Shrewsbury Town fc. I also play for Global Football Network Ltd when academy allows me to and play in fixtures against pro-academies. My understanding of the game and knowledge is fantastic and have spent over 2 years doing Power Development training with Mick Clegg from Seedofspeed, Mick worked and trained players at Manchester United whilst and under Sir Alex Ferguson training players like Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Christiano Ronaldo, Patrick Evra etc. and have also worked trained with his son Micheal Clegg who is now the current Power development trainer at Manchester United under Ole Gunnar.
Thank you for reading.
I started to be trained by professional table tennis coach at the age of 6 at Cao Yanhua Table Tennis Training School, Shanghai by the Coach Zhixian Tang, who was also the first coach of Xin Xu, ranking the current No1 in the ITTF general list for Men. From July 2011 to November 2015, I studied and trained in the China Table Tennis Academy in Shanghai and was coached by the former world champion, Nan Li. Throughout December 2015 and September 2016, I was invited to join Daewoo Table Tennis Club in South Korea and was directly coached by the former world champion, Young-Ja Yang. I was also selected into the South Korea National Squad for preparation of the Olympic Games. During September 2017 and April 2019, I was invited to join Mirandela Table Tennis Club in Portugal and was coached by the Portuguese National Coach for Women, Juan Xie. Since April 2019, I have come to Australia and join Table Tennis NSW with an attempt to continue to pursue my Table Tennis career here.
My name is Lily Overstreet and I attend Valley High School; class of 2020. As a freshman, I made the Valley Varsity soccer team where we made it all the way to the state championship to earn State runner-up. Leading up to my freshman year at Valley, I was coached along the way by the West Des Moines Soccer Club and Sporting Iowa (where I am currently on the Academy 1 team). My accomplishments include two state titles from the 2016 tournament and the 2017 tournament. Both accomplishments were achieved on different teams with different players.
Having been coached and trained under coaches who have been through college has helped me develop into the player I am today. Whitney Sharpe, Gareth Smith, and Nick Olivencia have taught me the importance of work ethic and effort into every single training session. They have trained me to become the hardest working player on the field and have influenced the way I think and act on and off the field. I have never failed to always give 110% on the field; I am always striving to improve my abilities. In addition, I am also very coachable because I take into account the tips and strategies they are providing into real game situations. I show up to practice on time, display a positive attitude not only with my coaches, but my teammates as well, and I always apply a great deal of effort during training sessions. Plus, the most important trait I demonstrate is my communication abilities. I communicate on the field because it prevents many mistakes from happening and it keeps everyone involved the game as well.
Soccer has provided a sense of joy and love in my heart ever since I was 4 years old. Through the years, my mentality of the love of the game has only enhanced. Everything about the sport excites me: the pounding of the ball as it skids across the surface, the rush of adrenaline I feel when the ball is at my feet, and the roar of the crowd as the ball hits the back of the net. The pure love for soccer has influenced me to watch different levels of soccer games to increase my "Soccer IQ" as my coach states it.
As far as my position on the field, it can vary from game to game. By perfecting the accuracy of my passes, enhancing my technical abilities, and increasing my strength, I am able to play in a variety of positions. My favorite position would have to be left or right winger because I know the most about what a winger should be able to do and I am able to create a lot of scoring opportunities for my team that way. However, I am also specialized in playing attacking mid and left or right outside defense.
My name is Dixon Atkins, and I came into the athletic community a little later than many. I was pulled into high school cross country in my junior year after stumbling across the line of a local road 5k race and becoming totally hooked. I trained in running primarily for the next few years with limited success from lack of structure and dedication. After running with University at Buffalo's running club my first year in college, one of my friends convinced me to get into cycling. That summer, I joined him on a trip from Boston, Massachusetts to Buffalo, NY to raise money and food for the Food Bank of WNY. This trip was unfortunately cut short when the father of my friend crashed on his bike and ended up in the hospital. However, I had put in over 100 miles a day five days in a row. I felt like testing my skills on a bike and signed up for a duathlon back in Buffalo.
The first duathlon I ever raced was most certainly far from my best race. I ran the 5k opener reasonably well, holding first place by nearly a minute. I had no idea how to race on a bike, let alone how to be aero. I was promptly swallowed by a cyclist behind me, and then a few more. When I got off the bike to run again, I made up a fair amount of ground, finding myself in second place overall. I looked back at the results, and I barely was able to cycle above 20mph over 14 miles. I knew I needed to put in a lot of work, but I was hooked. That summer I began to put in 5 and then 10 and then 15 hours a week on the bike, alternating longer rides and workouts throughout the week. I raced again two months after my first race, and I smashed the course record by two minutes. I had found my sport, but I had none of the gear a triathlete would have.
Soon, local athletes began to connect with me, giving me tips on improving my bike leg, which was by far my weakest link. The other athletes in the triathlon community solidified my love of the sport. One man, who has continued to follow my athletic career since the day I met him, gave me my first aero helmet and messages me before every race, wishing me luck. I was invited into a local club, found training partners, and was greeted with smiles and further tips. With the help of dozens of athletes, I was able to travel from Buffalo, NY to Greenville, SC for my first national championships in duathlon. I was shocked to be brought into the most competitive race of my career but still feel completely at home. In my first ever national championships, I found myself with a 5th place finish in my age group and a ticket to the World Championships the following year in Pontevedra, Spain. By this point, the work I had put in had transformed my bike from my weak-point into my biggest strength.
I started making preparations immediately, and with the help of family and friends, it became more and more of a reality. As a biochemistry and mathematics double major with a heavy course load, the help and support of professors at my university changed my chances of traveling in ways I cannot even begin to describe. In my first world-class competition, I had the honor of finishing 16th in my age group against some of the best athletes in the entire world. I was the second American finisher, and I gained the experience of racing the most-difficult course I have ever seen. I hope that is the first of many, and I hope my story and love of this sport can be shared with others as we grow this sport in strength, support, level-of-competition, and community. Every day I find myself wanting to find the absolute limit of my body, and the more I work, the more I realize that no body is limited with the right mind.
Tri-Dunkirk 2017: 1st
LeRoy Duathlon 2018: 1st
Tri-Dunkirk 2018: 1st
Western PA Cares for Kids Duathlon 2018: 1st
Summer Sizzler Duathlon 2018: 2nd
A Tri in the Buff 2018: 1st
Rochester Autumn Classic Duathlon 2018: 1st
2018 Duathlon National Championships: 34th OA, 5th 20-24
2019 Duathlon National Championships: 22nd OA, 4th 20-24
2019 ITU World Championships: 123rd OA, 16th 20-24
Special thanks to:
BLADE Carbon Wheels
Coros Global Watches
Towpath Bike Shop
Buffalo Triathlon Club
Why you love your sport?
i once had a pet spider named snake eyes, he was a jumping spider and he loved to fight!!! i would have friends come over to see how much of a savage snake eyes was, he would straight up attack whatever insect was in there and kill it!!! one day he was looking at the tv and football was on so the next day we joined a team snake eyes was the star player!! which made me love rugby. a friend once put some drugs in his tank but the cricket ended up doin the drugs and wouldnt stop chirping all fuckin night!!! the next morning i found the crickets body on the floor and his head was ripped off by snake eyes and was hanging from the top of the tank in a web!!! later on i smuggled snake eyes into mexico for my football match and released him on the beach!!! hes livin in paradise now!!! if u ever see a spider on the beach in mexico and his name is snake eyes buy him a beer!!! hes cool with humans!!!
adventurous and chill
smuggling spiders to Mexico
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