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Watts, Los Angeles

-Aliewine-a-giant-has-fallen.html title Edna Aliewine, a giant has fallen publisher LA Sentinel date 2011-07-07 accessdate 2012-10-14 * Watts Summer Games The L.A Watts Summer Games started in 1968 and were held at Locke High School. The L.A Watts Summer Games are a three-day athletic tournament that brings together more than 5,000 students from 200 California schools. Almost 200,000 youth have competed in the games over the past 30 years. The Watts Summer Games have a scholarship program for the students that are dedicated to the community and have awarded more than $300,000 since their inception in 1992. *'''R Line''' - Hancock Park to East Los Angeles (East Los Angeles, California); by way of 3rd Street, Vermont Avenue, 7th Street, Boyle Avenue, and Whittier Boulevard. *'''S Line''' - Watts (Watts, Los Angeles) to East Hollywood; by way of Central Avenue, Florence Avenue, Avalon Boulevard, Vernon Avenue, Vermont Street, 3rd Street, and Western Avenue (Western Avenue (Los Angeles)). *'''U Line''' - Nevin to West Adams; by way of Central Avenue, Jefferson Boulevard, Vermont Street, and 27th Street. Elaboration David LaChapelle opens ''Rize'' with a disclaimer that reads, "The footage in this film has not been sped up in any way." This is a necessary thing to note because the general movements and rapid body contortions that are characteristic of krump dance are done with such speed and intensity that they have been described as mind boggling at the least. LaChapelle then proceeds to open the film with footage of the Watts Riots that happened in the Watts (Watts, Los Angeles) neighborhood of Los Angeles, California in 1965. This upheaval was in response to oppressive acts done by white police officers onto a black motorist by the name of Marquette Frye in August of that year. This incident unleashed a long-brewing hatred and anger over the black oppression in America, which erupted into full-blown riots throughout South Central (South Los Angeles). The riots lasted a total of five days and at the cost of 34 lives and 40 billion dollars in property damage. Since then, other conflicts and feuds were started between many of the remaining sets of the Crips gang. It is a popular misconception that Crips sets feud only with Bloods. In reality, they fight each other — for example, the Rollin' 60s and 83rd Street Gangster Crips have been rivals since 1979. In Watts, Los Angeles, the Grape Street Watts Crips and the P Jay Crips have feuded so much that the P Jay Crips even teamed up with the local Bloods set, the Bounty Hunter Bloods, to fight against the Grape Street Crips. War and Peace in Watts (2005-07-14) ''LA Weekly''. Retrieved 2007-05-04.

Kingdom of Egypt

Egypt ''' competed at the '''1936 Summer Olympics''' in Berlin, Germany. 53 competitors, all men, took part in 30 events in 10 sports. '''Egypt (Kingdom of Egypt)''' competed at the '''1948 Summer Olympics''' in London, England. 85

competitors, all men, took part in 53 events in 12 sports. '''Egypt (Kingdom of Egypt)''' competed at the '''1952 Summer Olympics''' in Helsinki, Finland. 106 competitors, all men, took part in 65 events in 14 sports. ref name "sports

-reference" - align center June 13 bgcolor #DDFFDD The '''Egyptian Republic''' supersedes the Kingdom of Egypt. Cairo remains the capital. - - align center February 2 bgcolor #DDFFDD The '''Kingdom of Egypt''' gains independence from the United Kingdom. Cairo is the capital. -

Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen

*1936 Summer Olympics *1936 Winter Olympics *Gauliga *Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund *Hitler Youth *Yacht-Club von Deutschland *The Death Match Further reading * Anti-Semitism at the 1936 Olympics *Arno Breitmeyer & Heinrich Hoffmann, ''Sport und Staat. Im Auftrage des Reichssportführers'' (2 vols). Sport und Staat *Werner Gärtner, ''Volk in Leibesübungen. Deutsches Turn- und Sportfest, Breslau 1938''. Commissioned by the Reichssportführer. *Guido Von


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publisher Government of Canada url http: 101 histor 010203-eng.cfm accessdate 2010-04-07 The agreement came into effect at the Summer Games in Beijing 2008, and the Winter Games in Vancouver 2010. Chairman

http: olympics story 2008 09 02 f-paralympics-history.html accessdate 2010-04-14 date 2008-09-05 400 athletes from 23 countries competed at the 1960 Games. The Games were open only to athletes in wheelchairs. At the 1976 Summer Games (1976 Summer Paralympics), athletes with different disabilities were included for the first time at a Summer Paralympics. With the inclusion of more disability classifications the 1976 Summer Games expanded to 1,600 athletes from 40 countries. The 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea, was another milestone for the Paralympic movement. It was in Seoul that the Paralympic Summer Games were held directly after the Olympic Summer Games (1988 Summer Olympics), in the same host city, and using the same facilities. This set a precedent that was followed in 1992 (1992 Summer Paralympics) and 1996 (1996 Summer Paralympics). It was eventually formalized in an agreement between the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 2001. DePauw and Gavron (2005) p. 92 The 1992 Winter Paralympics were the first Winter Games to use the same facilities as the Winter Olympics (1992 Winter Olympics). Since 1960, the Paralympic Games have taken place in the same year as the Olympic Games. Galligan (2000), pp. 89–90 - style "background:#efefef;" 1988 VIII Summer Paralympics (1988 Summer Paralympics) Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul

Brandon, Manitoba

Men's Curling Championship (1963, 1982) *The Scott Tournament of Hearts - Canadian Women's Curling Championship (1993, 2002) *World Curling Championship - Men's & Women's World Curling Championship (1995) *Canadian Olympic Curling Trials - Men's & Women's Olympic Curling Trials (1997) *Canada Winter Games - Canada Winter Games (1979) *Canada Summer Games - Canada Summer Games (1997) *Special Olympics Canada - Canada Special Olympics Summer Games (2006) * 2010

Canada Summer Games XVI Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba), Manitoba - style "background:#efefef;" '''Brandon University''' is a Canadian (Canada) university located in the city of Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba), Manitoba, with an enrolment of 3383 (2005) full-time and part-time students



Games Canada Summer Games . It co-hosted (with Vancouver and Kelowna) the 2006 IIHF World U20 Championship from December 26, 2005, to January 5, 2006. It hosted the 2006 BC Summer Games. In the summer of 2008, Kamloops, and its modern facility the Tournament Capital Centre, played host to the U15 boys and girls Basketball National Championship. The city is known as, and holds a Canadian trademark as, Canada's Tournament Capital. Kamloops Municipal Home Page Sun Peaks Resort is a nearby ski and snowboard hill. Olympic medallist (1968 Winter Olympics) skier Nancy Greene is director of skiing at Sun Peaks and the former chancellor of Thompson Rivers University. The Overlander Ski Club runs the Stake Lake cross country ski (Cross-country skiing) area with Wikipedia:Kamloops Commons:Category:Kamloops, British Columbia

Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

a reputation as a progressive and strong community. Facilities on-reserve include the Kopahawakenum School (K-4), a health clinic, an elders building, an administration building, a bank, a community hall, a community church, a health office, a radio station, a youth centre, infrastructure maintenance compound, daycare, a hockey arena, gas station and convenience store. The community hosted the 2003 Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games, as well as their first annual Powwow in 2005. The Flying

Ryazan Oblast

his leadership the Unified Team earned ten medals in weightlifting at the 1992 Summer Olympics, including five golds. ::'''Caucasus''': Adygea (Republic of Adygea), Azerbaijan, Chechnya, Dagestan, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria

Sherwood Park

County hosted the 2007 Western Canada Summer Games with most of the events held in Sherwood Park. The games included 2,300 athletes, coaches, and officials from the four western provinces and three northern territories. Around 2,800 volunteers helped make the games a success. Government Sherwood Park is governed by the Strathcona County Council. The County's mayor is Roxanne Carr who replaced Linda Osinchuk in the 2013 municipal election (Strathcona County municipal election, 2013). <

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