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41. Federated States Of Micronesia - FSMNOC
competing in track and field, tennis, squash, lawn bowls Micronesian history was madewith Yap hosting the 3rd FSM in Fiji in 2003 and the 28th olympic Games in
Brief History
The Federated States of Micronesia National Olympic Committee (FSMNOC) was formed in 1996 and achieved International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition on 6 September 1997. The Federated States of Micronesia NOC remains the newest member of the IOC. At the upcoming Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, history will be made with the flag of the Federated States of Micronesia being carried at the opening ceremony for the first time.
In support of its application for IOC membership, the Federated States of Micronesia held the first and second FSM Games and became affiliated to numerous international sport federations. In June 1995, the first FSM Games were held on the island of Pohnpei. Over 900 athletes and coaches from the four FSM island states of Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei and Kosrae competed in twelve sport championships. From 1995 to 1997, seven national sport federations became affiliated with their respective international sport federations. In July 1997, the second FSM Games were held on the island of Kosrae. Over 1,000 athletes and coaches participated in thirteen sport championships over a two-week period. In June 1997, the FSMNOC formally submitted an application for membership in the IOC.
The FSMNOC is the national organization responsible for the coordination and management of FSM athletes and teams participating in the Olympic Games and the South Pacific Games. With funding assistance for Olympic Solidarity and International Federations, it also directs technical assistance to members in sport administration, coaching, training elite athletes and sports medicine. The short-term goal of the NOC is to develop a strong junior sport program throughout the islands. Within ten years, this program will help develop and detect future elite athletes who will represent the FSM in the Olympic Games.

42. Bates College: Women's Squash
1 player in Bates history with a 4122 career record is in his 11th year as a collegiatesquash and tennis of the Year by the United States olympic Committee in

  • Shah Named All-American For the Second Time
  • Bates Women's Squash Cracks National Top 10
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    With three straight winning seasons, including a 13-11 campaign in 2000-01, and consecutive 13th-place finishes at the Howe Cup tournament, the Bates College women's squash team is headed in the right direction under head coach John Illig, the 2000 United States Developmental Squash Coach of the Year. The 2000-01 season saw the Bobcats win the consolation bracket of the second flight at the Howe Cup with a pair of 5-4 victories. The team's good fortune continued the next week at the Women's Intercollegiate Squash Association individual championships when senior Aisha Shah '02 Shah is the winningest No. 1 player in Bates history with a 41-22 career record. The Bobcats will have to replace three spots on their final 2001 ladder, including the No. 3 player on their ladder, volleyball standout Kate Hagstrom '01 . Rookie Kristen Brush '04 spent much of the season in the second spot on the team, where she posted a 15-10 record. The Bobcats' future looks bright with Shah as the only member of the class of 2002 who was part of the final regular-season line-up.

    43. Bates Athletics | Women's Squash
    in the top spot than any other player in Bates history. is in his 12th year as a collegiatesquash coach of the Year by the United States olympic Committee and

    About Bates
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    Women's Squash Schedule / Results Stats Roster Past Seasons ...
    John Illig
    is in his 12th year as a collegiate squash coach. He was also named U.S. Developmental Coach of the Year by the United States Olympic Committee and the U.S.S.R.A. in 2000, he has coached two All-Americans, two Ann Wetzel Award winners, and has led the Bobcats to six consecutive "B-Flight" appearances at Howe Cup. Illig came to Bates in 1996 following five years as head coach at Colby College. A 1986 graduate of the University of Rochester, he played three seasons of team-tennis in Germany. He has through-hiked the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail, and in 1998 published Trail Ways, Path Wise ,an Appalachian Trail narrative. (

    44. Internet Links, Sport Health & Exercise - Library And Learning Resources Service
    Web Information Service Sports history Gateway British olympic Association InternationalAmateur Athletic squash European squash Federation Internet squash
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    Library Links S.H.E. Library home page LLRS Home Page search the internet Useful Links ...
    British Olympic Association
    : Official site with news and history of the Olympic movement. International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) : News and information, including details of the world's leading athletes. International Paralympic Committee : News and links. National Coaching Foundation (NCF) : Includes some great links. National Sports Medicine Institute (NSMI) : The main Uk organisation for sports medicine.

    45. Casino Titanic
    A Brief history of Titanic Captain The Discovery. her maiden voyage approached,the completed olympic suffered a a swimming pool, a squash court (considered

    Getting Started Join us Free Software ... Sports Betting Titanic History A Brief History of Titanic Captain The Discovery The Royal Mail Ship TITANIC was the last grand dream of the Gilded Age. It was designed to be the greatest achievement of an era of prosperity, confidence and propriety. Although no one knew it, the world was about to change drastically. Radio had been invented in 1901. The Wright Brothers' first successful flight was in 1903. The old presumptions about class, morals, and gender-roles were about to be shattered. If the concept of Titanic was the climax of the age, then perhaps it's sinking was the curtain that marked the end of the old drama, and the start of a new one. It took a year to design the two ships. Construction of Olympic started in December, 1908, followed by Titanic in March 1909. The Belfast shipyards of Harland & Wolff had to be re-designed to accommodate the immense projects while White Star's pier in New York had to be lengthened to enable the ships to dock. During the two years it took to complete Titanic's hull, the press was primed with publicity about the ship's magnificence, making Titanic virtually a legend before her launch. The "launch" of the completed steel in May, 1911, was a heavily publicized spectacle. Tickets were sold to benefit a local children's hospital. She was then taken for "fitting out" which involved the construction of the ship's many facilities and systems, her elaborate woodwork and fine decor. As the date of her maiden voyage approached, the completed Olympic suffered a collision and required extensive repairs, increasing the workload at Harland & Wolff, which was already struggling to complete Titanic on schedule. Titanic's maiden voyage was delayed from March 20 to April 10.

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  • 48. Inline Skating And 12 Other Sports Rejected From 2008 Olympic Games
    Water ski (IWSF); squash (WSF); Underwater sports (CMAS). It olympic Games Athens2008 Summer olympic Games - Beijing Marie looks back at the history and trends
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    Olympic Committee Rejects 13 Sports Roller Sports Will Not be Part of the 2008 Olympic Games
    Date: 29 August 2002
    Following its review yesterday of the Olympic programme for the Olympic Winter Games in Turin in 2006, the IOC Executive Board today discussed the Olympic programme for future Games of the Olympiad, specifically the Games of the XXIX Olympiad in 2008 in Beijing. A total of 18 sports for the programme of the Summer Games have been submitted to the Olympic Programme Commission by their relevant International Federations for iin future Games.
    The Executive Board decided NOT TO ADMIT the following sports, which had made a request for inclusion into the Olympic Programme of the Games of the Olympiad:

    49. OCA - Olympic Council Of Asia - Asian Games Timeline
    1994 For the first time in the history of the Asian With eventual hosting of the OlympicGames in sight events, Rugby, Billiards Snooker and squash were added
    Asian Games New Delhi 1951 Manila 1954 Tokyo 1958 Jakarta 1962 Bangkok 1966 Bangkok 1970 Tehran 1974 Bangkok 1978 New Delhi 1982 Seoul 1986 Sapporo 1986 Beijing 1990 Sapporo 1990 Hiroshima 1994 Harbin 1996 Bangkok 1998 Kangwon 1999 Pusan 2002 Aomori 2003 The Asian Games 1951 - 2003 Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah
    President OCA. First Asian Games: New Delhi 1951 The Asian Games can trace its origins to the Far Eastern athletic Championships and the West Asiatic Games in pre-World War II era. As a brainchild of Professor Guru Dutt Sondhi with assistance from other Asian sports leaders, concept of the Asian Games was formalized in 1949. Its purpose, to promote sports in Asia. The inaugural Asian games was held in New Delhi, India, in 1951 with participation of 11 countries/NOCs competing in 6 sports. 2nd Asian Games: Manila 1954
    The Capital of Philippines, Manila hosted 2nd Asian Games. The ideals of the Olympic Movement through the Asian Games were firmly bolstered at this Games with considerable increase in numbers of participating countries/NOCs and participants. Although cycling was excluded, wrestling, boxing, and rifle shooting were added to bring the total number of sports to 8. As for the gold medal tally, Japan lead the record with 37, Philippines as the host country was 2nd with 10, and Korea doing well as a new comer was 3rd with 8.

    50. Hospital Ship Britannic:History
    have all the major attractions of the olympic class restaurant a la carte,firstclass gymnasium, Cafe' Parisien, barber shop for gents,squash court,turkish
    The race for the Atlantic B ritannic was the third of the Olympic class vessels,a trio of giant and luxurious ocean liners (which included also Olympic and Titanic F irst the british government made an agreement stating that the ships of the White Star would remain on the british register and would be available in case of an emergency.In return White Star would not be treated as a foreign company.Second,loaned Cunard Line £2,600,000 for the construction of 2 superliners.With government support Cunard launched in 1907 Lusitania (31500t,24,5knots) and Mauretania Olympic (45324t,22knots) and the Titanic (46328t,22knots) in1911.A third ship would follow in 1914,the Britannic (48158t,22knots) -originally named Gigantic but renamed soon after the Titanic tragedy.Cunard didn't stand still and had alredy began the construction of Aquitania (45647t).But the future would reserve many surprises for both companies and this balance wouldn't last for long. document.write(""); Lusitania document.write(""); Mauretania in hospital ship colours document.write("");

    51. TKI - TKI Hot Topic
    strong medal chances in cycling, squash, rugby, netball the New Zealand team by the sports, nations competing, and history of the
      The Commonwealth Games   
    It’s July 2002 and the Commonwealth Games are upon us! Held every four years, the Commonwealth Games bring together the 72 countries of the Commonwealth. This year, the Commonwealth Games are being held in Manchester, England.
    History of the Commonwealth Games The idea for a Commonwealth sports competition was first suggested in 1891 to promote goodwill and understanding throughout the British Empire. The Commonwealth Games has undergone several name changes in its history. In 1911, the Games were known as the “Festival of Empire”, changing to the British Empire Games (1930–1950), then the British Empire and Commonwealth Games (1954–1966), the British Commonwealth Games (1970–1974), and finally the Commonwealth Games (1978–present). The format of the Games remains very similar to the Olympic Games. Both begin with an opening ceremony and are mainly open to amateur sportspeople. It was agreed that the Games be held every four years, half way between the Olympic Games. The number of nations competing, and entitled to compete, has increased as more countries have gained independence. Political changes affect a country’s eligibility to compete, for example, South Africa was not eligible between 1958 and 1994. New Zealand, Australia, Canada, England, Scotland, and Wales have competed at all the Games since 1930.

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    53. Team Singapore SEA Games 2001 Looking Back - Brief History
    day event that went down in Thailand's history as the new Games Record for Archerywhich equalled the olympic Record squash was included as a demonstration sport

    54. Australian Institute Of Sport - History
    Brown announced four more AIS sports; squash and diving a forthcoming event such asan olympic Games or Two books on the history of the Australian Institute of
    AIS History See also the AIS Achievements


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    The AIS - An Icon for Excellence in Sport by Matthew Eggins From: Excellence : the Australian Institute of Sport. Canberra, Australian Sports Commission, 1998 (updated Jan 2002) The race for excellence has no finish line. In Australia, the race starts at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). While the catalyst for an institute of sport was Australia's performance at the Montreal Olympic Games in 1976 (one silver medal and four bronze medals) moves had been made three years earlier to adopt a more professional approach to elite sport. In 1973 Professor John Bloomfield was commissioned by the government to prepare a sports plan. His report, The Role, Scope and Development of Recreation in Australia was based on studies of sports institutes in Europe and their success in developing elite athletes. Bloomfield suggested to the federal government that it should establish a national institute of sport similar to those operating in European countries. Towards the end of 1974 the Minister for Tourism and Recreation, Frank Stewart, appointed a study group (chaired by Dr Allan Coles) to report on the feasibility of such an institute in Australia. The Coles Report was released in 1975 and recommended the establishment of a sports institute. (2)

    55. Postgrad
    Although this study examines squash players there are clear applications to socialthought in China rather than from the history of the olympic movement in
    MSc in Sports Studies (2001)
    "L-Carnitine: Prematurely Dismissed by Exercise Scientists?"
    Carnitine is a vitamin-like compound synthesised endogenously from the essential amino acids lysine and methionine. Its main functions revolve around its crucial role as an important co-factor in cellular metabolism, and have been postulated as having the potential to improve skeletal muscle function during exercise. Its primary function in the body is that of transporting long chain fatty acids across the inner mitochondrial membrane for oxidation. In theory, therefore, an increased availability of L-Carnitine could increase the capacity to transport fatty acids into mitochondria and hence increase oxidation. Carnitine also works by transporting waste products back into the cytoplasm and hence preventing toxic accumulation within the mitochondria, leading in turn to more efficient mitochondrial function. Numerous studies have been conducted to determine whether carnitine can alter energy metabolism and/or enhance performance. The results have been very diverse which may in part be due to methodological differences between the studies. This study aims to provide a clearer picture of the effects of L-Carnitine l-tartrate on macronutrient utilisation and the metabolic response to exercise, by rigorously controlling experimental conditions.

    56. History Of Sports
    Brief history of Sports was an important turning point the first olympic games were football,rugby, cricket, volleyball, tennis, squash, badminton, handball
    Home /about SSAC/ programs 2001 /spiritual warrior/ ... registration Brief history of Sports : One only has to look at the animal world to find evidence that play is an inborn characteristic of virtually all developed species. It plays an important role in education and development. We see kittens and pups fight mock battles to develop their strength, speed, endurance and will. By such innocent play, they prepare themselves for survival and fulfill their desire for challenge and pleasure. We human beings are not just rational animals. We have an infinite thirst for knowledge, truth and happiness. It is these spiritual characteristics which distinguish human beings from animals. In the onward advance of human civilization, sports and games have also played an integral role in this unfolding of human potential. At every stage of the evolutionary process, sport has played a vital role in helping to develop, define and test newly acquired physical, psychic and social skills. As we changed from food-gatherers to hunters, sport and play were no longer simply exercises of the "fight or flight" mechanism. They became the training which would prepare young hunters for the hunt. Youths emulated the elders of the tribe, to ready themselves for the day when they would have to do the providing. It was probably at this time that the first team sports evolved, as a result of the collective effort needed in stalking, trapping, killing and transporting.

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    58. Sports Rules
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    59. A History Of Jews In Sports
    A history of Jews in Sports It Goes Way Hungarian Jews won numerous olympic medalsin various sports. sports, such as tennis, golf, polo, yachting, and squash.
    A History of Jews in Sports
    It Goes Way, Way Back
    by the Encyclopedia Judaica (CD-ROM Edition) Jews in Sports in Ancient Times There is no evidence of sports among the Jews during the obscure period between the close of the Bible and the Maccabean periods. At the beginning of this latter period, in the second century B.C.E., circumstances conspired to make sporting activities as such, i.e., sport not as associated with the need for physical exercise or as an aspect of military training but competitive sport "for the sake of the game," repugnant to the Jews as the very antithesis of Jewish ideals, and this approach remained characteristic of Judaism until the dawn of the modern period. A number of circumstances contributed to the negative and antipathetic attitude toward sport. The first was that, with the conquest of Alexander the Great in the fourth century B.C.E., hellenistic culture began to infiltrate into Erez Israel Nevertheless, there is some evidence that in countries under Greek influence, sports were indulged in by Jews. Claudius warned the Jews of Alexandria that they "should not strive in gymnasiarchic and cosmetic games" (Philo

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