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Doing sport is cool!
Zhenja Pljushjenko was born on the Far East. His father Viktor Vasiljevich was a stonemason and a jojner he went for the earnings there. His father and even his mother Tatjana Vasiljevna built BAM. Those days his parents and sister Lena lived in the country called Urgal, it is in Habarovsky Region. And exactly there on the third of November in 1982 Zhenja Pljushjenko was born. As his mother said, the boy was very long-57 sm.
Their life was not so easy. Their house was wooden worker's carriage. There was not even a TV-set. There lived some more families except the Pljushjenko. Zhenja was very quick and energetic boy.
The Real Russian Hockey Russia- the world hockey champion. Russians have been waiting these words for 15 years old. The last time when Russian team won gold medals was in Germany in 1993, they played with Sweden. Today s trainer of our team Vjacheslav Bykov was the team s captain in that tournament. Russian hockeist won the ancestors of this kind of sport at their home ice in the year of International Hockey Federation. Thousand of fans were watching the match transmition in sport pubs. This was triumph!
Absolute world champion in the first half-middle weight. Kostya Tszyu (to be) born on the 19th of September in 1969, in Serov, not so big industrial town with the population near 100 000 people. His father (to work) at metal factory. His mother (to be) a nurse.
When Kostya (to be) 9 years old, his father (to bring) him to the box section of local children sport school. The majority of boys there (to be) four years older. But very soon Kostya (to begin) to win and he was called for assembly of national team, where he (to spend) 250 days a year.
Kostya (to get) good results in box. He (to become) the city champion, the district champion, the region champion, in 1986 and 1987 (to become) the USSR champion among juniors, and in 1989, 1990 and 1991 ( to win) gold medals among adults. Kostya`s triumphal fight (to be) in Australia, in 1991, where he (to gain) a victory on the world championship.
Guess the sport or game You have to hit a small white ball into a hole in the ground. You can't allow the ball to touch your hand. You don't have to know how to swim when you stand by the river. You can wear colourful clothes but at Wimbledone. You have to wear boots with metal parts on the ice. You have to drive the car very fast. You have to hit a puck with your stick. You have to hit the ball over the net with your hands.
John's parents had given their son a bicycle and were watching proudly as he rode around and around the block. On his first round he shouted: “Look, Mum, no hands!” At the second time around: “Look, Mum, no feet!” At the third time: “Look, Mum, no teeth!”
Teacher: You know, children, I think that it is always better to give than to take. Andy: My father also thinks so. Teacher: Oh, it's very good, Andy! You father must be a very good man. What is he? Andy: He is a boxer!
Nick is six. One day he says to his father: “Daddy, I want to be an Arctic explorer when I grow up.” “That's fine, Nick!” says his father. “But I want to go into training at once.” “How can you do it?” “Give me a dollar a day for ice-cream so I'll be healthy and strong and be used to cold.” was the answer.
Ben: Can you tell me what Kate is doing? Bob: Certainly. If the ice is thick, she is skating, but if the ice is thin, she is swimming.