CounterStrike Archive Forum Index
 FAQ  •  Search  •  Memberlist  •  Usergroups   •  Register  •  Profile  •  Log in to check your private messages  •  Log in
 www.panthersrookiestore.com Next topic
Previous topic
Post new topicReply to topic
Author Message
Zhuyeqing


Offline

Joined: 14 Jun 2018
Posts: 81

PostPosted: Wed 11 Jul - 09:12 (2018) Reply with quoteBack to top

"

LA PAZ Gary Sanchez Jersey , July 8 (Xinhua) -- Bolivia and Russian state nuclear energy agency Rosatom signed three agreements on Friday to build a nuclear research center in El Alto, Bolivia.

The Bolivian city, located 9 km southwest of the capital La Paz Derek Jeter Jersey , will be home to the Center for Research and Development of Nuclear Energy for Peaceful Purposes.

Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera, who presided over the signing of the memorandum of understanding, said that as an exporter of lithium used in nuclear fusion Mariano Rivera Jersey , Bolivia should learn how to make the most of the natural resource.

""We can't have the world using lithium over the next 20, 30 or 50 years, while we Bolivians remain incapable of using lithium for our own benefit Alex Rodriguez Jersey ,"" said Garcia.

""We have lived like this for 500 years. For 500 years we have used Bolivia's raw materials so that other countries around the world would develop science, technology and industry, and we don't want to repeat that history. That's why we have made a decision: to plant today so we can harvest in 2025 Mickey Mantle Jersey , 2030, 2040,"" said the vice president.

Bolivia's Minister of Hydrocarbons and Energy Luis Sanchez signed the documents Babe Ruth Jersey , along with Kirill Komarov, Rosatom's first deputy CEO for Corporate Development and International Business.

The agreements cover construction, training of personnel and public-sector use of nuclear technology.

Sanchez said construction of the research center Cheap New York Yankees Hats , which will focus on the application of nuclear energy to the fields of medicine, agro-industry and technology, will get underway on July 31.

""And as Rosatom has said Cheap New York Yankees T-Shirts , it will be the most important nuclear center in Latin America, the biggest, the most modern and the most efficient Cheap New York Yankees Hoodies ,"" said Sanchez.

Rosatom's Komarov said he was confident the center ""we are building jointly is going to provide a significant push to the social, economic and infrastructure development of the city of El Alto.""
"


MEXICO CITY, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Holding the first Olympic Games of the modern era, made a dream largely pursued by Baron Pierre de Coubertin come true. The baron had been enthusiastic about the idea of resurrecting the Olympics after it had been forgotten about for 1,500 years.

In 1852, with an increasing interest for sporting events from Europe, a group of German archaeologists carried out excavations on the ancient Greek city of Olympia in order to better understand the history of the Olympic Games from Classical Greece.

In 1894, Coubertin traveled to Olympia and decided to initiate the project of rescuing and updating the Olympics.

The same year, the International Olympic Committee carried out its first sessions in Paris, where it was decided that Athens should be the venue for the first modern Games.

The first Olympics, officially known as Games of the I Olympiad, only included nine sports encompassing 10 disciplines and 43 events: athletics, cycling, fencing, gymnastics, sailing, shooting, swimming, tennis, weightlifting and wrestling.

The first Games were inaugurated in the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens on April 6, 1896, and they came to an end on April 15. At the sporting event, 241 athletes participated, all men, from 14 countries.

In the Opening Ceremony, King George I of Greece officially opened the competition saying: "I declare the opening of the first international Olympic Games in Athens." This was because the act of lighting the Olympic Flame from the Torch did not exist at this point.

During the contest, silver medals and olive branches were handed out to those who finished first and the second-placed received a copper medal and a laurel branch. All participants received commemorative certificates.

Afterwards, the Games were so successful that Coubertin proposed the sporting event rotate all over the world and take place every four years.

United States athlete James Connolly's winning triple jump is among the sporting achievements worthy of note during the first edition of the Games as he was the first Olympic champion in the modern era.

Also, the British Launceston Elliot won the one-hand weightlifting category, making him the first Olympic champion from the United Kingdom and one of the most popular sportsmen from his country.

For the hosts, the most important event was the marathon in light of its historic significance and their representatives did not let them down. Spyridon Luis, 24, took the lead four kilometers from the finish line and won the race with a time of two hours 58 minutes and 50 seconds. Second place, another Greek athlete, crossed the finish line over seven minutes later.

As a historic anecdote, it was recorded that the Greek long-distance runner who worked as a water carrier ran wearing shoes that had been donated to him by his neighbors in his hometown.

The swimming categories took place in the open sea, in the Bay of Zea, because the organizers had refused to spend money on building a special stadium. The swimmers were transported by boat to the starting line, 100, 500 and 1,200 meters from the beach.

Hungarian swimmer Alfred "Hajos" Guttmann, 18, won the 100 and 1,200 meters freestyle categories. The glory that "Hajos" brought to his country was not only reflected in his sporting career but also, in 1924, he was a medalist at the Paris Olympic Games in the architecture competition. This made him one of only two Olympians ever to have won medals in both sport and art Olympic competitions. Afterwards, he was charged with drawing plans for several new sporting facilities in his country.

According to Athenian records, a U.S. athlete participating in a swimming event refused to continue the race after jumping into the water because it was too cold. The temperature in the water was thought to be around 13 degrees Celsius.

In fencing, the competitors were divided into two categories - professionals and .


Visit poster’s website
Publicité






PostPosted: Wed 11 Jul - 09:12 (2018) Back to top

PublicitéSupprimer les publicités ?
Display posts from previous:      
Post new topicReply to topic


 Jump to:   



Next topic
Previous topic

Index | Have own forum | Free support forum | Free forums directory | Report a violation | Conditions générales d'utilisation
Powered by phpBB © 2001/2005 phpBB Group :: FI Theme ::
CounterStrike - Designed by John
All times are GMT + 1 Hour