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Arsene Wenger hits back at Paul Scholes criticism of Arsenal

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Real Madrid vs Barcelona 3-4 2014 | Goles y Resumen | El Clasico 2014 [23/03/2014]

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Malaga vs Real Madrid 1 0 ~ All Goals Cristiano Ronaldo ~ 15 03 2014

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NJROTC orienteering squads snatch several awards

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San Benito School Navy Junior Officers Training Corps Orienteering Teams got many accolades after finishing at annual Tuloso Midway Orienteering Meet at Corpus Christis Tuloso Midway High School. Orienteering is an adventure sport which requires land navigation across an unfamiliar course along with bearings, a compass and maps. The main goal is to walk or run to some of the control points in shortest time.

People took part in map reading skills, mental visualization, leadership, decision-making, compass usage, physical fitness as well as environmental awareness. 15 teams from different high schools, including Aransas Pass, Rockport-Fulton, Moody, Mary Carroll and West Oso, took part in land navigation contest. Armed with distances, bearings, compasses and clipboards, all the NJROTC cadets rounded the meets different orienteering courses.

Ending on 1st spot overall, members of the San Benito Team 2 include Victoria Barrera, Virginia Moreno, Daniel Barreda, Aaron Garcia, Lizbeth Gonzalez, Daniella Alaniz, Marcos Cardoza and Cassimiro Herrera. Second spot holder San Benito Team 3 members Jose Moya, Miguel Gonzales, Raquel Moreno, Cynthia Rodriguez, Kattie Lambert, Clarence Ebarb, Josiah Alcala and Carlos Gonzalez; and ending at 6th place, the members of San Benito Team 1 include Brianda Mata, Valerie Garza, Octavio Castillo, Cristian Cano, Frank Gonzalez, Angel Arreola, Luz Rocha and Jorge Vasquez.

Commander Russell McPadden, the meets sponsor told that he had seen the teams of San Benito working very hard on pacing as well as mentally getting for the meet. He was not surprised by the outcome and he congratulated all the teams.

Paul Scholes – A Living Legend – 2012 HD

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Real MAdrid vs Levante 5-1 Goals & highlights (6/4/2013)

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Jessica Ennis-Hill – Preparation, Glide, Throw

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New free fall record

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63 women from across the world joined hands as they dipped head first to the Arizona desert earlier on Saturday, breaking the record of female vertical formation skydiving, said the United States Parachute Association.

The skydivers jumped from 3 airplanes at 18000 feet in Eloy, which is around sixty five miles southeast from Phoenix, stated Nancy Koreen, the director of sport promotion at the association. The women were from countries like United States, Australia, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Mexico and Canada. This record was made in the twelfth attempt. They broke the earlier record set by forty one women made in the year 2010.

Nancy Koreen herself took part in the jump. She told a leading news agency that everyone has to perform together, which is what makes the record so challenging. Swiss based Federation Aeronautique Internationale’s judges affirmed the attempt at the place.

Vertical skydiving is known to be more difficult compared to freefall or belly to earth skydiving. Nancy added that when you are on your head, everything happens a lot faster. You have a lot less surface area exposed to the air. Therefore, it is a harder position to fly and control.

Meanwhile, a Salvation Army officer has plans to skydive later on Saturday to bring up awareness of the need for holiday assistance in the San Diego County. Lt. Jay Koebel would skydive for 2nd consecutive year at the Oceanside Municipal Airport.

Top 10 Most Expensive Real Madrid Signings

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