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Rokugen Alice Fantasia -2nd Sign- Lunatic Love01 Kakumei Serenade 02 Shounen no Migi Me ni wa Knife 03 Kimi ga Waraeru You ni 04 Lunatic Love 05 Sakura no Oka 06 Shinu Hodo Aishiteruhttp://www.mediafire.com/Rokugen Alice - Alice in the NecrosisAlice in the Necrosis Disc 1: ~Koufuku no Rinbukyoku~ 01 Metamorphose 02 Kuusou Idea 03 Innocent Black 04 Masquerade 05 Perfect『EDEN』 06 Tsuki wa Terasedo,

New Update 01 Januari 2010

--------------------------------------------------------Akemashite Omedeto Gozaimasu---------------------------------------------------------Nightmare – GIANIZM [10th Anniversary Album]01. Jishou (Shounen Terrorist)02. GIANISM Tsuu ~Shougai Minagoroshi~03. GIANISM San04. GIANISM Shi05. GIANISM Go06. GIANISM Roku07. GIANISM Shichi08. GIANISM Bachi09. GIANISM Kyuu10. GIANISM Tenhttp://

New PV ADDED 31 Desember 2009

Mika Nakashima - Alwayshttp://www.mediafire.com/School Food Punishment – Light Prayerhttp://www.mediafire.com/D - Day By Dayhttp://www.mediafire.com/

New Song Added!!!

HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR - RED1.REDMEDIAFIREYousei Teikoku - One01. one02. gekka kaori03. one ( instrumental )04. gekka kaori ( instrumental )MEDIAFIREEvery Little Thing - Every Best Singles ~Complete~Disc 101. Feel My Heart02. Future World03. Dear My Friend04. For the moment05. Deatta Koro no You ni06. Shapes Of Love07. Never Stop!08. Face the change09. Time goes by10. FOREVER YOURS11. NECESSARY12.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

New Anime Song 31 Desember 2009

Kateikyoushi Hitman REBORN! ED13 Single - Yume no Manual [CHERRYBLOSSOM]1. Yume no Manual2. Sentimental3. Sakura Rock -REMIX-4. Yume no Manual -Instrumental-http://www.mediafire.com/The Sacred Blacksmith ED Single - Miracle Happy Day [ Toyosaki Aki ][ REUPLOAD ]01 – Miracle Happy Day02 – Ame nochi Hare Tokidoki Tokimeki03 – Miracle Happy Day (off vocal)04 – Ame nochi Hare Tokidoki Tokimeki (off

New Scans Arrived

Namie Amuro - Past FutureMORE PICTUREBUONO! - ROTTARA ROTTARAMORE PICTUREAyumi Hamasaki BALLAD You were… (CD + DVD Version B)MORE PICTURE

Ayumi Hamasaki - You were... / BALLAD

Ayumi Hamasaki - You were... / BALLAD01.You were...(Original mix)02.BALLAD(Original mix)03.RED LINE~for TA~04.You were...(Music Box mix)05.Sunset~LOVE is ALL~(Orchestra version)06.You were...(Original mix -Instrumental-)07.BALLAD(Original mix -Instrumental-)08.RED LINE ~for TA~(Original mix -Instrumental-)192 KBPS:MEDIAFIRE 01 | MEDIAFIRE 02320 KBPS:FILE PART 01 | FILE PART 02

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Monday, December 28, 2009

J MUSIC AUDIO 28 DESEMBER 2009

Utada Hikaru - Dirty Desire1. Dirty Desire (Mike Rizzo Radio Edit) 2. Dirty Desire (Digital Dog Radio Edit) 3. Dirty Desire (Razor N’ Guido Radio Edit) 4. Dirty Desire (Mike Rizzo Club Mix) 5. Dirty Desire (Digital Dog Club Mix) 6. Dirty Desire (Razor N’ Guido Main Mix) 7. Dirty Desire (Mike Rizzo Dub Mix) 8. Dirty Desire (Digital Dog Dub) 9. Dirty Desire (Razor N’ Guido DUHB)http://

Hrithik Roshan In Kites - Wallpapers


Starring

Hrithik Roshan


Luce Rains, Special appearance- Kumar Pushpendra

Kites Movie Trailer
Kites Movie Wallpapers




Kites is a forthcoming Bollywood film to be directed by Anurag Basu, and produced by Rakesh Roshan that will star Hrithik Roshan, Barbara Mori, Kangana Ranaut and Luce Rains. The film is reportedly a high budget movie and has world rights valued at $25 million.

vollyball team

At the begining of the year there was volleyball tryouts i never played before except for fun. some people told me to tryout because i was pretty good so i tried out and i made it was really exciting now i realy enjoy volleyball and hope to play it next year.

i love volleyball!!! :)

Woo Hoo you shaved!

Woo Hoo! Hooray for women's beach Volleyball

korton cricket team

Electronic Arts (EA) has formally launched the PC version of Cricket 07 in India. The game has a groundbreaking Century Stick control system, natural camera perspective and TV like presentation.

Cricket 07 Screenshots

About Cricket 07 for PC:

    EA SPORTS Cricket 07 features a new Quickplay cricket setting that allows gamers to crank up the game speed, ease back the difficulty setting and join the enthusiasm of Limited over or Twenty20 extravaganzas by playing a fast-blast match of hard-hitting sixes – or slow the pace down, slide the difficulty up and steel yourself for a five day Test. For a sustained challenge, gamers can choose from a complete schedule of Australian State and English County tournaments or lead the charge in this year’s eagerly anticipated Ashes campaign.

Cricket 07 Screenshots

EA has also re-launched the complete range of their popular Cricket franchise on PC, including Cricket 2005(Rs. 499), Cricket 2004 (Rs.299) and Cricket 2002 (Rs.199). EA SPORTS Cricket 07 has been developed by EA Canada in Vancouver. The game is priced at Rs. 999. A PS2 version of Cricket 07 is also available.

rugby team

Under 14's Greater Birmingham Tournament

Congratulations to the under 13’s rugby team for their tremendous tournament success with KE 5 ways lifting the trophy at the end of a tough competition.

To View the report for this tournament please lick here

To View Photos about this please click here

Squad starts fitness training

Having matched the British lions in South Africa, the under 13 rugby squad have started their summer training under director of rugby Mr Smith. The squad are attending monday SAQ (Speed, Agility and Quickness) sessions

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Japan 7's

Former Pupil and 1 st XV captain Will Whetstone played for the YCAC team in the Japan 7’s. The side included five former all black won the tournament and where handed the trophy. This tournament is the biggest rugby tournament in Japan

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South African boys get Arty!

As part of Arts week the pupils who have represented the school in Rugby and Netball lead by Mr Smith created a collage from different materials to represent their sports

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Rugby Tour

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Running For Rugby

Congratulations to the under 13’s rugby team for running the total of 120 miles to raise money for their tour in South Africa. The 27 players all played a key role in reaching 120 mile which is the same as running from King Edwards Five ways to Twickenham to raise money to buy a new kit for their tour.

To View the press release for this story please click here

Under 13s Greater Birmingham Tournament

Congratulations to the under 13’s rugby team for their tremendous tournament success with KE 5 ways lifting the trophy at the end of a tough competition.

To View the report for this tournament please lick here

James Whybrow selected for England

The school’s Congratulations go to James Whybrow who was selected in the starting team for England Under 16s to play against Italy.

James has played in the school side since Year 7 under Director of Rugby Phil Smith and was part of the team that went five years unbeaten. James is also part of the Worcester academy.

To view pictures of James’s England achievements please click here

Whybrow selected for Worcester

Lower sixth pupil James Whybrow goes from strength to strength the day after his seventeenth birthday James played for Worcester’s 2 nd fifteen against the combined service. James has also recently been awarded a contract with Worcester and been made vice captain of the schools 1 st XV. Director of Rugby and 1 st XV Coach Mr Smith said that it has been fantastic season for James and he deserves the recognition after all the hard work he has put in

Senior Colours

Full senior colours are re-awarded to
Lawrie Key, Rob Long AND Matt Wright
And awarded to
James whybrow. James Rushe, Anthony Cotter, Will Rea and Peter Gizauskaus and John Gill

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KE5WAYS Under 13's reach the semi-final of the Warwick 7's Tournament

King Edwards Under 13's reach the semi-final of the Warwick 7's tournament after overcoming tough competition from Monmouth, Kings (Macclesfield) and Bablake.

The Captain Joseph Hartley kept his side together and helped to lead his team to the semi-final.

The KE 5 Ways man of the tournament was Toweka Malcolm for his tremendous contribution.

To see pictures from this match please click here

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KE5WAYS 1st XV Destroy Greshams Cup Hopes

King Edwards take’s a further step forward in the Daily Mail National Cup after a convincing 48-0 round 5 win over Greshams.

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Former Five Ways Boy At Twickenham

Ben Martin a former pupil here at King Edwards Five Ways school was selected by his university Cambridge to play in their u21 match against their biggest rivals Oxford at the world famous Twickenham Stadium. Where Ben played an important role

Bayliss and Harding company

The Bayliss and Harding company have sponsored the under 14 tour to Lake Garda in Italy. Denise Reade who works for the company said we are delighted to be linked with the King Edwards Under 14s team who look very smart in their sponsored tour kit. The effect of the sponsorship on the team has helped the side to an unbeaten start to the season with wins Over Alcester Grammar school, Fairfax and Woodlands school. The team were also supplied with their own wash bag and cosmetics and it is hoped that they will clean up on tour!

Director of Rugby Phil Smith thanks Baylis and Harding for their support of the team and said that it is the most professional looking side to ever go on tour.

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Deuce कूपे team

That’s The Swastikas, a Canadian girls’ hockey team from Edmonton circa 1916. Before it became associated with the Nazis, swastikas had been used for hundreds of years as a symbol of good luck and prosperity:For many millenia, before it was appropriated by the Nazis, the swastika was a symbol of good luck and prosperity. Almost every race, religion and continent honored the swastika — a perfect example of the universal spread of a symbol thru the collective unconscious used by American Indians, Hindus, Buddhists, Vikings, Greeks, Romans, Celts, Anglo-Saxons, Mayans, Aztecs, Persians, Christians, and neolithic tribes. There are even Jewish swastikas found in ancient synagogues side-by-side with the star of David!
The swastika was associated with the hammer of Thor which returned to him like a boomerang, the footprints of Buddha, the emblem of Shiva, Apollo, Jupiter, and even Jesus Christ! The swastika was the first Christian symbol and is found in the catacombs in Rome. Hindus and Buddhists to this day still revere the swastika as their sacred sign. Jains make the sign of the swastika similar to the Christian sign of the cross.
In the early part of the twentieth century Rudyard Kipling used the swastika as his coat-of-arms, Coca Cola made a swastika-shaped lucky watch fob,American pilots used it on their planes when they fought for the French in World War One, it was the symbol for the Ladies Home Journal sponsored Girls’ Club and the Boy Scouts. A town in Ontario was named Swastika in 1911 because of a lucky gold strike.

Traditional takes on different forms?

Kuwait ICE hockey

Kuwait ICE hokey Team

Yes we seem to have one , I got an E-mail about it
and it seem there is going to be a game on Monday 8-1-2007 At the ICE rink

They are going to Play the Canadian Team

Pro Wrestling Works

Mention pro wrestling in public and you're likely to get a livelier debate than you would with politics or philosophy. Is it a sport or a show? Is it real or fake? Who was the greatest wrestler ever? Where is "Parts Unknown"?

By the time you're done reading this article, you'll have enough pro wresting knowledge to put anyone who disagrees with you into a Sleeper Hold, unable to budge the Iron Claw of your logic.

You'll learn how wrestling got started and how wrestlers accomplish seemingly superhuman feats without killing themselves and each other. You'll also learn about the top stars of the past and present. And if you're already an expert on all things in the squared circle, you'll discover that the action behind the scenes is often more bizarre and convoluted that what goes on in the ring.

The Basics
The basic idea of wrestling -- two people competing in a physical combat -- is ancient. The Greeks engaged in a form of wrestling that has survived today as freestyle wrestling. The Roman Empire adopted elements of Greek wrestling with an emphasis on brute strength. The resulting form, known as Greco-Roman wrestling, requires wrestlers to perform all moves on the upper body only. Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling are the two international amateur forms practiced today in the Olympic Games. They have clear rules and weight classes. Points determine winners, and violations result in disqualifications. You can find more information on the rules of amateur wrestling here.

A Greco-Roman wresting match
Photo courtesy Ssgt. Jason M. Carter, USMC / Defense Visual Information Center
A Greco-Roman wresting match held during the 2004 Armed Forces Wrestling Championship in New Orleans, Louisiana.

How is professional wrestling different? Unlike amateurs, professional wrestlers are paid. They also tend to be more skilled. A sporting commission regulates amateur wrestling, but pro wrestling is intentionally unregulated. In its early days, wrestling fell under the state sporting commission authority. League owners soon realized that they could avoid the hassle by classifying their shows as entertainment, not a competitive sport.

WWE Raw superstar Kurt Angle
Photo courtesy Journalist 1st Class Kristin Fitzsimmons / U.S. Department of Defense
WWE Raw superstar Kurt Angle began his career as an amateur wrestler, winning Olympic gold in Atlanta in 1996 (he often wears his medal in the ring, as show here). He shocked the amateur wrestling world when he turned pro.

Wrestling does have rules, which we'll explain in more detail later. However, the rules are loosely defined and loosely enforced. The skills of the wrestlers do not determine the outcome of the match. Instead, writers work on plots and storylines well in advance, and every match is another chapter in the story. Who wins and who loses is all in the script.

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Wrestling

Wrestling is part of the martial arts. A wrestling match consists of physical engagement between two people in which each wrestler strives to get an advantage over, or control of, the opponent. Physical techniques used, include clinching, holding, locking, application of leverage and takedowns. Today there are a wide range of styles with varying rules.

Particular wrestling styles, have particular rules. Also, one can distinguish between traditional and non-traditional styles of wrestling, and wrestling techniques found in military hand-to-hand combat and self-defence systems.

Wrestling disciplines defined by FILA, are broken down into two categories; International wrestling disciplines and folk wrestling disciplines. According to the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles, there are five current International wrestling disciplines acknowledged throughout the world. They are Greco-Roman Wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling, Grappling, Beach wrestling and Sambo.[10]

Greco-Roman Wrestling

Greco-Roman is an international discipline and an Olympic sport. “In Greco-Roman style, it is forbidden to hold the opponent below the belt, to make trips, and to actively use the legs in the execution of any action.” Recent rule changes in Greco-Roman increase opportunities for and place greater emphasis on explosive, ‘high amplitude’ throws. Pinning ones opponent to the mat, is one way of winning. One of the most well known Greco-Roman wrestlers is Alexander Karelin from Russia.

Freestyle wrestling

Freestyle wrestling is international discipline and an Olympic sport, for both men and women. This style allows the use of the wrestler’s or his opponent’s legs in offense and defense. Freestyle wrestling, has its greatest origins in catch-as-catch-can wrestling and the prime victory condition in this styles involves the wrestler winning by pinning his opponent on the mat. American high school and college wrestling is conducted under different rules and is termed scholastic and collegiate wrestling. Outside the U.S., one can find professional wrestlers who compete by the rules of freestyle wrestling.

Submission Wrestling

Submission wrestling is a wrestling style that consists of controlling the opponent without using striking and also includes the use of submission holds, it is also be referred to as grappling or “submission grappling.” It starts from a standing position or on the ground after a throw, and the goal is to make the opponent submit via the use of immobilization techniques such as locks. Grappling, differing from the FILA definition, plays an important role in the practice of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and can be used as a self-defence technique. It brings together techniques from Brazilian jiu-jitsu (no-Gi), Freestyle Wrestling, Folk American Wrestling (catch-as-catch-can), Sambo and judo.[11]

Apparently in a bid to give wrestling greater appeal to television audiences, FILA adopted beach wrestling as an official discipline during 2004–2005. Beach wrestling is standing wrestling done by wrestlers, male or female, inside a sand-filled circle measuring 6 meters (20 ft) in diameter with only two weight categories, heavy and light. The objective is to throw an opponent or take the opponent to their back. The wrestlers wear swimsuits rather than special wrestling uniforms. Wrestlers may also wear spandex or athletic shorts.[12][13]

Sambo

Sambo is a martial art that originated in the Soviet Union (particular Russia) in the 20th century. It is an acronym for “self-defence without weapons” in Russian and had its origins in the Soviet armed forces. Its influences are varied, with techniques borrowed from sports ranging from the two international styles of Greco-Roman and freestyle to judo, jujutsu, European styles of folk wrestling, and even fencing. The rules for sport sambo are similar to those allowed in competitive judo, with a variety of leglocks and defense holds from the various national wrestling styles in the Soviet Union, while not allowing chokeholds.[14]
Khuresh (Tuvan wrestling)

Folk Style Disciplines

Folk wrestling describes a traditional form of wrestling unique to a culture or geographic region of the world. Examples of the many styles of folk wrestling, include Backhold Wrestling (from Europe), Catch-as-catch-can (from England), Kurash from Uzbekistan, Gushteengiri from Tajikistan, Khuresh from Siberia, Lotta Campidanese from Italy, Pahlavani from Iran, Pehlwani from India, Penjang Gulat from Indonesia, Schwingen from Switzerland, Shuai jiao from China, Ssireum from Korea, and Yağlı güreş (Turkish oil wrestling).

Folk wrestling styles are not recognized as international styles of wrestling, by FILA.

Collegiate wrestling

Collegiate wrestling (sometimes known as scholastic wrestling or folkstyle wrestling) is the commonly used name of wrestling practiced at the college and university level in the United States. This style, with modifications, is also practiced at the high school and middle school levels, and also for younger participants. The term is used to distinguish the style from other styles of wrestling used in other parts of the world, and from those of the Olympic Games: Greco-Roman wrestling, and Freestyle wrestling. Some high schools in the U.S. have developed junior varsity and freshman teams alongside varsity teams. Junior varsity and freshman wrestling teams restrict competitors not only by weight, but also by age and the amount of wrestling a competitor can partake in. For example, some junior varsity and freshman competitors are not allowed in tournament competition due to the amount of mat time a wrestler would accrue in a short time period.

There are currently several organizations which oversee collegiate wrestling competition: Divisions I, II, and III of the NCAA, the NJCAA, the NAIA, and the NCWA. NCAA Division I wrestling is considered the most prestigious and challenging level of competition. A school chooses which athletic organization to join, although it may compete against teams from other levels and organizations during regular-season competition. The collegiate season starts in October or November and culminates with the NCAA tournament held in March.[15]

Professional wrestling

Professional competitive wrestling is uncommon. Professional wrestling refers in practice to “sports entertainment”, where matches are commonly ‘worked’ to an arranged outcome, as a result of staged combat.

Professional wrestling, can often be refer to as sports entertainment, which has predetermined outcomes. In some promotions, “feuds” are used to build up a championship match. Performers mostly utilize the traditional Anglo-American catch wrestling holds.

Puroresu

Japanese professional wrestling, also known as puroresu, is treated as a sport rather than the entertainment style of wrestling found in North America. There are no storylines, feuds or any sort of angle found in puroresu. The matches are all about athleticism and skill. Another technique found in puroresu is that most of the wrestlers use shoot style strikes and complex submission moves. This means that the wrestlers are more prone to injury. Popular Japanese wrestlers include Kenta Kobashi, Tiger Mask, The Great Muta, Jun Akiyama, Jushin “Thunder” Liger, and KENTA.

Mixed Martial Arts Competition

Grappling and striking skills are both of importance in mixed martial arts competitions. Fighters who were accomplished wrestlers, gained respect during the early stages of MMA development.[16] Some of these, went on to win several early Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12).[16] and fighters from non-wrestling backgrounds had pursued wrestling training to complement their other skills.[citation needed]

Successful fighters in modern MMA who began their training in various forms of wrestling, include Brock Lesnar, the current UFC heavyweight champion who was a NCAA wrestling champion in 2000 and achieved 2nd place 1999,[17] and former champions Dan Henderson, of PRIDE FC and Randy Couture, a multi-time UFC champion, both of whom competed extensively in collegiate and Greco-Roman wrestling before beginning their careers in mixed martial arts.

References

1. ^ Miller, Christopher, Submission Fighting and the Rules of Ancient Greek Wrestling, http://historical-pankration.com/articles_wrestling.html, retrieved on 2007-10-08
2. ^ a b “Wrestling, Freestyle” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1193, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
3. ^ a b “Wrestling, Freestyle” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1190, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
4. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica,1981,p.1026
5. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles. “Greco-Roman Wrestling”. FILA. http://www.fila-wrestling.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=36. Retrieved on 2007-08-09.
6. ^ “Wrestling, Greco-Roman” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1194, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
7. ^ Dictionary.com. “Definitions of “wrestle” from various online dictionaries: Dictionary.com”. Dictionary.com. http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=wrestle. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
8. ^ Merriam-Webster. “Definition of “wrestling”: Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary”. Merriam-Webster. http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/wrestling. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
9. ^ Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. “Entries on “fighting” and “martial art” from the Roget’s New Millennium Thesaurus, First Edition (v. 1.3.1)”. Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. http://thesaurus.reference.com/browse/wrestling. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
10. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles. “Website of the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles (FILA)”. FILA. http://www.fila-wrestling.com. Retrieved on 2007-08-09.
11. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles. “Grappling”. FILA. http://www.fila-wrestling.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=111&Itemid=103. Retrieved on 2007-08-09.
12. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles. “Introduction of “Beach Wrestling” in the FILA Programme” (PDF). FILA. http://www.fila-wrestling.com/images/documents/regles/Beach_wrestling_rules.pdf. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
13. ^ Mihoces, Gary (2005-07-11). “Wrestling’s New World Rises from Sand”. USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/summer/2005-07-11-beach-wrestling_x.htm. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
14. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles. “Sambo”. FILA. http://www.fila-wrestling.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=106&Itemid=102. Retrieved on 2007-08-09.
15. ^ “Wrestling, Freestyle” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World the Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1192, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
16. ^ a b Krauss, Erich (1 December 2004). Warriors of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Citadel Press Inc.,. ISBN 0806526572.
17. ^ “Grappling with his future”. ESPN. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/newsstory?id=1830855. Retrieved on 2008-10-27.
18. ^ Hemmelgran, Melinda. “Nutrient Needs of Young Athletes.” The Elementary School Journal: Sports and Physical Education 91 (1991): 445-56.

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wrestling02

Wrestling

Wrestling is part of the martial arts. A wrestling match consists of physical engagement between two people in which each wrestler strives to get an advantage over, or control of, the opponent. Physical techniques used, include clinching, holding, locking, application of leverage and takedowns. Today there are a wide range of styles with varying rules.

Particular wrestling styles, have particular rules. Also, one can distinguish between traditional and non-traditional styles of wrestling, and wrestling techniques found in military hand-to-hand combat and self-defence systems.

Wrestling disciplines defined by FILA, are broken down into two categories; International wrestling disciplines and folk wrestling disciplines. According to the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles, there are five current International wrestling disciplines acknowledged throughout the world. They are Greco-Roman Wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling, Grappling, Beach wrestling and Sambo.[10]

Greco-Roman Wrestling

Greco-Roman is an international discipline and an Olympic sport. “In Greco-Roman style, it is forbidden to hold the opponent below the belt, to make trips, and to actively use the legs in the execution of any action.” Recent rule changes in Greco-Roman increase opportunities for and place greater emphasis on explosive, ‘high amplitude’ throws. Pinning ones opponent to the mat, is one way of winning. One of the most well known Greco-Roman wrestlers is Alexander Karelin from Russia.

Freestyle wrestling

Freestyle wrestling is international discipline and an Olympic sport, for both men and women. This style allows the use of the wrestler’s or his opponent’s legs in offense and defense. Freestyle wrestling, has its greatest origins in catch-as-catch-can wrestling and the prime victory condition in this styles involves the wrestler winning by pinning his opponent on the mat. American high school and college wrestling is conducted under different rules and is termed scholastic and collegiate wrestling. Outside the U.S., one can find professional wrestlers who compete by the rules of freestyle wrestling.

Submission Wrestling

Submission wrestling is a wrestling style that consists of controlling the opponent without using striking and also includes the use of submission holds, it is also be referred to as grappling or “submission grappling.” It starts from a standing position or on the ground after a throw, and the goal is to make the opponent submit via the use of immobilization techniques such as locks. Grappling, differing from the FILA definition, plays an important role in the practice of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and can be used as a self-defence technique. It brings together techniques from Brazilian jiu-jitsu (no-Gi), Freestyle Wrestling, Folk American Wrestling (catch-as-catch-can), Sambo and judo.[11]

Apparently in a bid to give wrestling greater appeal to television audiences, FILA adopted beach wrestling as an official discipline during 2004–2005. Beach wrestling is standing wrestling done by wrestlers, male or female, inside a sand-filled circle measuring 6 meters (20 ft) in diameter with only two weight categories, heavy and light. The objective is to throw an opponent or take the opponent to their back. The wrestlers wear swimsuits rather than special wrestling uniforms. Wrestlers may also wear spandex or athletic shorts.[12][13]

Sambo

Sambo is a martial art that originated in the Soviet Union (particular Russia) in the 20th century. It is an acronym for “self-defence without weapons” in Russian and had its origins in the Soviet armed forces. Its influences are varied, with techniques borrowed from sports ranging from the two international styles of Greco-Roman and freestyle to judo, jujutsu, European styles of folk wrestling, and even fencing. The rules for sport sambo are similar to those allowed in competitive judo, with a variety of leglocks and defense holds from the various national wrestling styles in the Soviet Union, while not allowing chokeholds.[14]
Khuresh (Tuvan wrestling)

Folk Style Disciplines

Folk wrestling describes a traditional form of wrestling unique to a culture or geographic region of the world. Examples of the many styles of folk wrestling, include Backhold Wrestling (from Europe), Catch-as-catch-can (from England), Kurash from Uzbekistan, Gushteengiri from Tajikistan, Khuresh from Siberia, Lotta Campidanese from Italy, Pahlavani from Iran, Pehlwani from India, Penjang Gulat from Indonesia, Schwingen from Switzerland, Shuai jiao from China, Ssireum from Korea, and Yağlı güreş (Turkish oil wrestling).

Folk wrestling styles are not recognized as international styles of wrestling, by FILA.

Collegiate wrestling

Collegiate wrestling (sometimes known as scholastic wrestling or folkstyle wrestling) is the commonly used name of wrestling practiced at the college and university level in the United States. This style, with modifications, is also practiced at the high school and middle school levels, and also for younger participants. The term is used to distinguish the style from other styles of wrestling used in other parts of the world, and from those of the Olympic Games: Greco-Roman wrestling, and Freestyle wrestling. Some high schools in the U.S. have developed junior varsity and freshman teams alongside varsity teams. Junior varsity and freshman wrestling teams restrict competitors not only by weight, but also by age and the amount of wrestling a competitor can partake in. For example, some junior varsity and freshman competitors are not allowed in tournament competition due to the amount of mat time a wrestler would accrue in a short time period.

There are currently several organizations which oversee collegiate wrestling competition: Divisions I, II, and III of the NCAA, the NJCAA, the NAIA, and the NCWA. NCAA Division I wrestling is considered the most prestigious and challenging level of competition. A school chooses which athletic organization to join, although it may compete against teams from other levels and organizations during regular-season competition. The collegiate season starts in October or November and culminates with the NCAA tournament held in March.[15]

Professional wrestling

Professional competitive wrestling is uncommon. Professional wrestling refers in practice to “sports entertainment”, where matches are commonly ‘worked’ to an arranged outcome, as a result of staged combat.

Professional wrestling, can often be refer to as sports entertainment, which has predetermined outcomes. In some promotions, “feuds” are used to build up a championship match. Performers mostly utilize the traditional Anglo-American catch wrestling holds.

Puroresu

Japanese professional wrestling, also known as puroresu, is treated as a sport rather than the entertainment style of wrestling found in North America. There are no storylines, feuds or any sort of angle found in puroresu. The matches are all about athleticism and skill. Another technique found in puroresu is that most of the wrestlers use shoot style strikes and complex submission moves. This means that the wrestlers are more prone to injury. Popular Japanese wrestlers include Kenta Kobashi, Tiger Mask, The Great Muta, Jun Akiyama, Jushin “Thunder” Liger, and KENTA.

Mixed Martial Arts Competition

Grappling and striking skills are both of importance in mixed martial arts competitions. Fighters who were accomplished wrestlers, gained respect during the early stages of MMA development.[16] Some of these, went on to win several early Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12).[16] and fighters from non-wrestling backgrounds had pursued wrestling training to complement their other skills.[citation needed]

Successful fighters in modern MMA who began their training in various forms of wrestling, include Brock Lesnar, the current UFC heavyweight champion who was a NCAA wrestling champion in 2000 and achieved 2nd place 1999,[17] and former champions Dan Henderson, of PRIDE FC and Randy Couture, a multi-time UFC champion, both of whom competed extensively in collegiate and Greco-Roman wrestling before beginning their careers in mixed martial arts.

References

1. ^ Miller, Christopher, Submission Fighting and the Rules of Ancient Greek Wrestling, http://historical-pankration.com/articles_wrestling.html, retrieved on 2007-10-08
2. ^ a b “Wrestling, Freestyle” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1193, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
3. ^ a b “Wrestling, Freestyle” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1190, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
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6. ^ “Wrestling, Greco-Roman” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1194, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
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12. ^ International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles. “Introduction of “Beach Wrestling” in the FILA Programme” (PDF). FILA. http://www.fila-wrestling.com/images/documents/regles/Beach_wrestling_rules.pdf. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
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15. ^ “Wrestling, Freestyle” by Michael B. Poliakoff from Encyclopedia of World the Sport: From Ancient Times to the Present, Vol. 3, p. 1192, eds. David Levinson and Karen Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1996).
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18. ^ Hemmelgran, Melinda. “Nutrient Needs of Young Athletes.” The Elementary School Journal: Sports and Physical Education 91 (1991): 445-56.

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Pierce College Baseball Team 2009

2009 Raider Baseball Team

Baseball Recruiting

Looking to join the Raiders? Send us your information. Fill out the online version of the student athlete information form or download the information form and mail it to: Raider Athletics Office, Pierce College District 11, 9401 Farwest Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98498 (Requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader.)

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Women's बास्केटबाल team

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2008-2009 Women's Basketball Team

Row 1, L-R: Chayniece Johnson, Whitney Nelson, Shayvonne Barrett, Nichole Webber, Jonnae Brown.
Row 2, L-R: Kristina Quintanilla, Crystal Shields, Hilary Stoner, Gena Woodke, Julia Maslova, Carmen Marin-Quarles
Row 3, L-R: Michael Highsmith, Tawanna Dial, Johnny Bell, Brian Purugganan
Not pictured: Marquisha Jones

Women's Basketball Recruiting

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Raider Women to host 2nd Annual Invitational Tournamen

The Pierce Womens Basketball team will host the 2nd Annual Holiday Invitational Tournament, December 11-13, at the Health Education Center at the colleges Fort Steilacoom campus. The eight team, double-elimination tournament will feature some of the top teams in NWAACC. Lane and Skagit Valley, the teams that played for the NWAACC title in 2009, lead the [...]

Men's बास्केटबाल team

photo: 2008-2009 Raider men's basketball team

2008–2009 Raider Basketball Team

Front Chris Hyslop, Seth Edmonds, Johnryan Walker, Chris Grove, Scott Bynum

Back Cody Woolpert, Josh Brewer, Ben Bennest, Malcholm Love, Tim Womack, Daryl Jefferson, Donald James, Jonas Bro, Travon Groves, Brandon Semken, Matt Geverola

Men's Basketball Recruiting

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Raiders host Thanksgiving Tournament

The day after everyones favorite turkey dinner of the year, the Mens Basketball team will host the 6th Annual Raiders Thanksgiving Tournament. The 8 team extravaganza will feature some of the best community college teams in the Pacific Northwest, and will be held at the Health Education Center at Pierce Colleges Fort Steilacoom campus. Action tips off Friday in [...]

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The 2008 Season!

The 2008 Season!

The 2008 Pierce College Raiders Baseball Team has a lot to look forward to this upcoming season. After a very strong 2007 and just missing a playoff berth, the players and coaching staff have set their goals high for the spring of 2008.

Head Coach Orion Jones entering his second season with the Raiders had this to say about his team in 2008. "We are a very tough baseball team. We have speed, defense, and pitching, three very important factors to win a lot of ball games. We lost a couple of powerful hitters in our line up (Dan Dillard .313 BA & 7 HR, and A.J. Tea .334 BA & 8 HR), but we have some very good freshmen and a strong group of returning sophomores to battle in their place."

Some of the returning sophomores that Coach Jones was referring to are: Kody Gibson who is a strong, fast, left handed centerfield, coming off of a .331 BA 2 HR Freshman season, which earned him 2nd team all league honors, Nick Hutson, a 6'4 200lbs hard throwing right handed pitcher and Brian Guyett 6'0 175lbs right handed pitcher will be the work horses of the pitching staff. Other very strong sophomore talents are Gage Wollerman, who started every game at 3rd base last year and held a very strong .912 fielding percentage, Travis Stultz who is one of the best all around talents on the team, Kiola Ruben a very explosive sophomore the Raiders are looking to have a big season, and team leader Daryl Schlepp help round out some of the stars of the team.

Although the team looks to the sophomores to lead them, it will be the freshmen class that will dictate how far they go. Some of the freshmen stand outs to keep an eye on are short stop Dexter Bryant, a bulldog defensive player with the total package and plus arm strength, Zach Hamilton who is a very fast, smart, multi-talented player and Josh Serrick who is a very talented athlete that can play anywhere at any time.

When asked about the rest of the 2008 team and what he thought about the outcome of the season Coach Jones had this to say. "We are very strong in the amount of talent on this team, Travis Warnock, Brian Boyle, Jer Atkinson, Matt Parson, and many other players have set very high goals for themselves this season. I'm not going to jinx us and call out a win number, or where we will be at the end of the season, but I will say that we will be very competitive and look to a strong showing in our league."

Jones the coaching staff and the players are all excited and optimistic about 2008. They will be a very exciting group to watch so come out and show your support, and GO RAIDERS!!!!

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Sunday, December 27, 2009

Ayumi Hamasaki - You Were/Ballad

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New Update 27 Desember 2009

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Saturday, December 26, 2009

love solfege - Futari no Watashi [ Reupload ]

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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

New Scan Ariived

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YUI - GLORIAah ah ah ah ahMiwaku no tobira jyuurai no tenbou datteyuragisou ni naru seishun jidai dejinsei ga kawaru koishitai no niokubyou ni naru mondai yamadzuminan dakotae wo michibiku tame ni ha This feelingkirisuterarenai All night longYume janaiyai yai yai yai yai?te ga todokisou na GLORIAtama ni mienakunatteCry yai yai yai yai yai?chikamichi wo sagashite mo onaji nemata mayotte shimau

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

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Zinedine Zidane goal

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