Lipinski Stole My Catchphrase
10.60! 1-2-3 for
Does yelling after the discus has been released make it go farther?
That's a happy bunch of Poles.
She was interviewed on CBC and said she overjumped into it landing too close to the end of the board (her toes were over) to do the dive safely without risking injury so she bailed.I gasped when I watched it live, and I still can't see what went wrong watching it on NBC's broadcast.
Oh yeah, well much better to bail then. It had just been going so well though! I was gutted for her. But it's definitely better for her to be safe about it. There will be more competitions if she so chooses.She was interviewed on CBC and said she overjumped into it landing too close to the end of the board (her toes were over) to do the dive safely without risking injury so she bailed.
It is a mistake she has been making in practice on that dive.
She said “maybe I made the wrong choice to bail.” And the interviewer said “Choosing safety is never a wrong
The French team won gold, making them the first to do so in this event at the Olympics.After failing to win a single individual medal, the Israeli judo team got a bronze in a the team event!
I find judo extremely boring, but good for them
Yes, because it smooths the ice and makes the rock slide faster in that direction. There, I just saved you a couple of days' worth of writing grant applications.I can add it to my planned statistical study on "does brooming the ice actually make the rock go that way in curling?"
Like @overedge said, yes sweeping absolutely affects where the rocks go. The strongest sweepers can really carry the rock over, or save a shot that was mis-thrown. Joanne Courtney from the Rachel Homan rink is a good example - her sweeping is invaluable to them because of how she can make shots happen.I am willing to work with you to conduct a statistical study on this? I can add it to my planned statistical study on "does brooming the ice actually make the rock go that way in curling?"
Who doesn't like an excited Pole?