We have a great story to tell here at UWM. Having Milwaukee across my chest meant so much more to me because I grew up here in Milwaukee. Being able to go to games with my friends or just like
SUBTITLES: @iamsrjoshua (instagram) It starts with sprint work, uhm, I think that’s really important to understand, how to run, because without being able to do so it’s hard to get into the proper position in order to jump far, or
Being an athlete is trying to make your body perform as well as you can. Be prepared mentally, physically, to be prepared for something what might happen what you are not expecting, to really pull the best out of you.
The Olympic marathon affords its runners at least one moment of glory. After more than 25 miles of punishment along city streets – that’s more than 40,000 metres – the final lap of the race takes place inside the Olympic
Shot put has been around since the very first Olympic Games in 1896. And while most of the original Olympic competitions had their roots in Ancient Greece, the shot put originated from warfare in Europe during the Middle Ages. The
We all know that mistakes happen, and on the greatest stage of all, that can be a bitter pill to swallow. Whilst it might be common to see athletes make mistakes at the Olympics, it’s not very often that you
(triumphant music) (crowd cheering) – [Announcer] Welcome back to the Baby Games. We’ve got it all for ya. The struggles. Oh, the intensity. The triumphs. First up, gymnastics. The American. Working it. Just look at that concentration. 10 meter toddle.
Well, this is the year 2000. Many things happened that year. Amazing things. Unbelievable things. Like this one: The Y2K bug. Yeah, that year. Once again, the world thought that the end was near. Really near. It involved computers malfunctioning,
(FASHION MOMENT FLORENCE GRIFFITH JOYNER) Meet Dolorez Florence Griffith Joyner. But let’s call her Flo-Jo, as everybody knows her. She was an American track and field athlete that changed the face of sports in the 1980s until she became a
My name is Carolina Cabella and I’m a young reporter for the Youth Olympic Games. I’m from Buenos Aires, where the next Youth Olympic Games are taking place. I’m going to take you around my city and show you some