Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Valentino Rossi

Valentino Rossi (born in Urbino, Italy, February 16, 1979; age 31 years) was a racer in the world motorcycle championship after grandprix era Michael Doohan, with world champion titles in four different classes that achieved in seven years is one berkarir.Ia a most successful driver of all time, with the title of World Champion 9. According to the sports magazine published by the American, Sports Ilustrated, Rossi is one of the largest paid sportsmen in duunia, he estimated paid $ 34 million in 2007. Son of a former 250 cc Grand Prix racer Graziano Rossi, and Stefania Palma holds many records and accomplishments achieved over many seniors. Total driver was booked eccentric 9 world championships, once in the 125cc class, once in the 250cc class, and seven times in the top class, 500cc and MotoGP

After his father, Graziano Rossi, Rossi started racing in Grand Prix in 1996 for Aprilia in the 125 cc category and won the first World Championship the following year. From there, he moved to the 250cc category with Aprilia, and won the 250cc World Championship in 1999. He won the 500cc World Championship with Honda in 2001, the MotoGP World Championship (also with Honda) in 2002 and 2003, and continued beruntunnya victory by winning the world championship in 2004 and 2005, after leaving Honda to join Yamaha, prior to recapture the title at 2008 and keep it in the year 2009.

Rossi is first in the standings to win the most races in the history of 500 cc / MotoGP, with 77 victories, and second in the all-time win overall standings with 103 wins the race (behind Giacomo Agostini with 122).

Jet Ski

Jet Ski is the brand name of personal watercraft (PWC) manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries. The name, however, has become a genericized trademark for any type of personal watercraft. Jet Ski (or JetSki, often shortened to "Ski") can also refer to versions of PWCs with pivoting handlepoles known as "stand-ups." Sit Down PWCs are also called "Jet Skis." Also, "WaveRunners" and "Jet Skis" are essentially the same thing; but "WaveRunner" is the trademark name for Yamaha's line of water craft. Whereas "Jet Ski" is the trademark for Kawasaki's line.

Freestyle riding of personal watercraft is done stand up PWC, with the exception of a few other PWCs including the Yamaha Waveblaster Sea-Doo 3d, RXP and XP. Modern freestyle utilizes primarily the Yamaha Superjet, as it is lighter and smaller than the Kawasaki SX-R. Jetski freestyle consists of many different tricks, including big air, hood tricks and technical tricks which, just like in BMX and Motocross, are judged on the quality and skill shown in routines.

Professional Freestyle competition started in the late 1970's with the formation of the USJSBA, (later changed to the IJSBA). In the early 1980's, 2-time World Freestyle Champion, Larry "The Ripper" Rippenkroeger and 1983 World Freestyle Champion, "Flyin" Brian Bendix, became industry recognized names. During the mid 1980's, freestyle competition was dominated by 5-time consecutive World Freestyle Champion, David "The Flash" Gordon, who had a style characterized by finesse, poise, and technique.
Gordon held the title of World Freestyle Champion from 1984 through 1988. The 1990's ushered in a new era of freestyle competition. New factory hull designs, (wider & longer hull configurations), customized hull/tray modifications, and more powerful engines, were contributing factors that influenced a shift from "finesse" or "gymnastics" style maneuvers to aerial based stunts. Names like Scott "Hollywood" Watkins and Jeff Kantz, helped pave the way into the new "style" of freestyle competition. Stunts like the aerial "back flip" and the "barrel roll", which Jeff Kantz invented and Rick Roy perfected, became staples in freestyle competition events.
The mid 1990's also saw a fundamental shift from multi-discipline competitors like Brian Bendix, David Gordon, and Larry Rippenkroeger, who competed in Freestyle as well as Slalom and Closed Course events, to single-discipline competitors like Marc Sickerling, Rick Roy, and Eric Malone, who specialized in Freestyle exclusively. Eric Malone went on to become an 8-time freestyle champion, while perfecting the back flip on flat water. Quincy Anderson is a renowned freestyle Jetter artist that specializes in lake painting using a customized system of levers and dyes.


Snowboarding is a sport that involves descending a slope that is covered with snow on a snowboard attached to a rider's feet using a special boot set into a flexible mounted binding. The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, surfing and skiing. It was developed in the U.S.A. in the 1960s and the 1970s and became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998.

In freestyle, the rider uses manmade terrain features such as rails, jumps, boxes, and innumerable other innovative features to perform tricks on. The term "box" refers to an object with a slick top, usually of polyethylene(HDPE), that the rider can slide on with the base of their board. Like all freestyle features, boxes come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and difficulty levels. The intent of freestyle is to use these terrain features to perform a number of aerial or jib tricks. The term "jib" refers to the rider doing a slide or press on an object not made of snow. This most commonly refers to tricks done on boxes, rails, or even trees.

The equipment used in freestyle is usually a soft boot with a twin tipped board for better balance while riding regular or switch, though freeride equipment is often used successfully. The most common binding stance used in freestyle is called "duck foot", in which the trailing foot has a negative degree of arc setup while the leading foot is in the positive range i.e. +12°/-9°. Freestyle riders who specialize in jibbing often use boards that are shorter than usual, with softer flex and filed down edges. Shorter length enables the board to be rotated faster, and a softer flex requires less energy for a rider to press a feature. Reverse camber boards, or better known as rocker boards, are most often used as freestyle boards due to their softer flex and inverted 'camber' design.Pressing refers to a type of jib where the rider leans heavily toward the nose or tail of their board- causing the opposite end of their board to lift off of the feature they are sliding on.

Freestyle also includes halfpipe tricks. A halfpipe (or "pipe") is a trench-like half-tube made of snow. Tricks performed may be rotations such as a 360° (a full turn) in the air, or an off-axis spin like a "McTwist". Tricks can be modified while hitting different features. Riders will also usually perform a combination of board grabs and nuts.

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There is no definitive origin or inventor of the skateboard. One proposed origin is that skateboards arose in the 1930s and 1940s, when children would participate in soapbox races, using soap-boxes attached to wooden planks on rollerskate wheels. When the soap-box became detached from the plank, children would ride these primitive "skateboards". However, there are arguments that this origin is not accurate, and that it has simply been taken from the film Back to the Future. Another suggests that the skateboard was created directly from the adaptation of a single roller skate taken apart and nailed to a 2x4, without the soapbox at all. Surfers would skate when the waves were flat and began skating to recreate surfing on land, some surfers began to do tricks on the land such as Bert slides and Power slides. Another theory about the origin of skateboards claims that third and fourth grade children in the Los Angeles South Bay Area developed skateboards in the spring of 1952 or 1953, after having received roller skates as the "Christmas gift of choice." The young children who developed skate boards in 1952 and/or 1953 did not do this quite so much as an outright immitation of surfing, but rather, simply because the skates they had received for Christmas eventually fell apart under hard use, and they found that they could continue and enhance the skating experience by nailing skate halves to 3-to-4 foot long boards, and then by learning to balance themselves on the boards while rolling down hills.

In 1972, the first Urethane wheels came into production which made these tricks possible. Some of the most well known early skaters, the "Z-boys" named after the Zepher surf shop, used a more fluid motion than most skaters at the time and styled themselves after a famous surfer.[citation needed] The skaters brought back the trend from its slump in 1975 during the Del Mar competition where they wowed audiences with their close to ground maneuvers and fluid movements. The main types of skating during this time were slalom, long jump, free style, and downhill racing.[citation needed] Later during the drought of California the Z-boys and other skaters started to skate empty pools thus creating vert skating. One of the group's members, Laurie Picken, would perform the world's first Aerial in a swimming pool.

Retail skateboards were first marketed in 1958 by Bill and Mark Richard of Dana Point, California. They attached roller skate wheels from the Chicago Roller Skate Company to a plank of wood and sold them in their Val Surf Shops.As skateboarding became more popular, Larry Stevenson created the "kick tail" on a skateboard which led to the design of the trick board.[citation needed] The sport of skating was considered to be an outcast sport because of its strong ties to the punk and rebel movement during the 90s.[citation needed] It wasn't until the 2000s X Games that skateboarding made a new name for itself as an official sport.


Bicycle motocross or BMX is a cycling sport in which the main goal is extreme racing on bicycles in motocross style on tracks with inline start and expressive obstacles.

BMX started in the early 1970s when children began racing their bicycles on dirt tracks in southern California, drawing inspiration from the motocross superstars of the time. The size and availability of the Schwinn Sting-Ray made it the natural bike of choice, since they were easily customized for better handling and performance. BMX racing was a phenomenon by the mid-1970s.Children were racing standard road bikes off-road, around purpose-built tracks in [California].The 1972 motorcycle racing documentary On Any Sunday is generally credited with inspiring the movement nationally in the US; its opening scene shows kids riding their Schwinn Stingrays off-road. By the middle of that decade the sport achieved critical mass, and manufacturers began creating bicycles designed especially for the sport.

George E. Esser founded the National Bicycle League as a non-profit bicycle motocross sanctioning organization in 1974. before they set up the NBL, George and his wife, Mary, sanctioned motorcycle races with the AMA (American Motocross Association). Their two sons, Greg and Brian, raced motorcycles, but also enjoyed riding and racing BMX with their friends. It was their sons’ interest, and there being no BMX organizations in the East, that prompted George to start the NBL in Florida.

By 1977, the American Bicycle Association (ABA) was organized as a national sanctioning body for the growing sport. In April 1981, the International BMX Federation was founded, and the first world championships were held in 1982. Since January 1993 BMX has been integrated into the Union Cycliste Internationale.

The sport of Bicycle Motocross - Freestyle BMX is now one of the staple events at the annual Summer X Games Extreme Sports competition and the ETNIES backyard jam, held largely on both coasts of the United States. The popularity of the sport has increased due to its relative ease and availability of places to ride and do tricks.

In 2003, the International Olympic Committee made BMX a full medal Olympic sport for 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China, and Māris Štrombergs (male, for Latvia) and Anne-Caroline Chausson (female, for France) were crowned the first Olympic champions.

Many great BMX riders go on to other cycling sports like downhill such as Australian Olympian Jared Graves, former "golden child" Eric Carter, and youth BMX racer Aaron Gwin.


Crab is a beast of decapod crustaceans from Infraorder Brachyura, which is known to have a "tail" is very short (Greek: brachy = short, ura = tail), or the belly (abdomen) was hidden under the chest (thorax). Crab's body is protected by the outer frame of a very hard, composed of chitin, and armed with a pair of tweezers. Crabs and small crab is also included in the Infraorder Brachyura.

Crabs found in all oceans of the world. There is also a freshwater crabs and land, particularly in areas tropis.Kepiting varied in size, from crab beans, which only a few millimeters wide, until the crab Japanese spider, with leg spans up to 4 m.

True crabs have five pairs of legs; the first pair of legs modified into a pair of claws and are not used to moving. In almost all kinds of crabs, except a few only (eg, Raninoida), abdomen folded under the cephalothorax. Crab's mouth parts are covered by a flat maxilliped, and the front of the carapace does not form a long rostrum. Formed from crab gill plates are flat ( "phyllobranchiate"), similar to the gills of shrimp, but with a different structure.


Walrus is a large mammal of the order carnivores that live in cool regions. At first, seals belonging to the suborder Pinnipedia, suborder category but now it has shifted into Superfamily category. Currently, the seal is inserted into the suborder Caniformia with families Odobenidae (sea bear / walrus), Otariidae (sea lions), and Phocidae. Recent molecular analysis has shown that the seal bears the closest relatives. Another hypothesis to say that the seals are polifiletik with true seals ancestors came from a animal like a beaver, while the other seal species originated from a common ancestor of animals such as bears, but recent molecular studies mentioned earlier assured that all types of seals is monofiletik, which is derived from a common ancestor.
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Seals are generally smooth-bodied and big enough. His body was well adapted to habitat akuatiknya, where they spent most of his life. As a hand, large front legs and shaped like fins, and his narrow back. Smallest seals, Arctocephalus galapagoensis ie weighs about 30 kg for adult size and length of 1.2 meter. Largest seal, which is the southern elephant seal (Mirounga leonina) has a maximum length up to 4 meters and weight of 2200 kg.

All types of seals are carnivores that eat fish, squid and other marine animals. Hydrurga leptonyx is probably the largest predators of the types of other seals, which eat a variety of animals from krill to penguins to other seals.

Seedorf and AC Milan

Clarence Seedorf (born in Paramaribo, Suriname, April 1, 1976; age was 33 years old football player of Dutch nationality who plays as a midfielder. He joined AC Milan in 2002 and a subscription to strengthen the Dutch national team.

After two years with Internazionale, Seedorf moved to city rivals Milan in 2002, exchanged with Francesco Coco. [4] He won the Coppa Italia with Milan in 2003, which was the first time they had won the competition in twenty-six years. In the same season, Seedorf gained his third Champions League medal with a third different team, after an all Italian final in which Milan beat Juventus on penalties after a 0-0 draw, despite Seedorf failing to convert his own penalty. As a result, Seedorf became the only player to have won Champions League trophies for three different clubs. The following season, 2003–2004, Seedorf played a role in the Milan side that won Serie A. It was also Seedorf's fourth national league title win of his career, after his two Dutch title wins with Ajax and his one Spanish win with Madrid.

Seedorf played a major role as Milan reached the Champions League final again in 2005. He started the Istanbul tie against Liverpool in which Milan contrived to lose a 3-0 lead, eventually losing on penalties after a 3-3 draw. Seedorf did not take any of those spot-kicks. Milan also finished runners-up in the Scudetto to Juventus in 2005.

A match-fixing scandal tarnished Serie A and Milan were weakened by the scandal but were allowed to continue in Europe the following season, which led to their best players staying at the club. Seedorf's role as foil to Kaká became increasingly impressive as the pair combined in style to score and supply the goals which drove Milan past Bayern Munich and Manchester United to another Champions League final, again against Liverpool, beating them 2-1 in Athens, with Seedorf collecting his fourth UEFA Champions League medal. In that same year, Seedorf was a part of a Milan squad which won the FIFA Club World Cup, becoming the first European player to win the trophy with two different clubs (Real Madrid in 1998). He ended up winning the Silver Ball for the competition.

At the end of the 2006-07 season, Seedorf was voted best midfielder of the Champions League. He played his 100th game in the Champions League on 4 December against Celtic.

In Milan, Seedorf has formed a formidable midfield partnership with Gennaro Gattuso and Andrea Pirlo, which began since the 2002-03 season. This midfield trio is still used until now in the starting line-up, although their form has declined over the last two years. Under the guidance of coach Carlo Ancelotti, their role was to support an attacking midfielder, whether it be Rivaldo, Rui Costa, Kaká, or Ronaldinho.

On the 16th February 2010 he came on as a substitute and scored a cheeky backheeled goal in the 3-2 Champions League defeat to Manchester United at the San Siro.

Andre Pirlo - AC Milan

Andrea Pirlo (born in Flero, Lombardy, Italy, May 19, 1979; age 30 years) is a football player with the Italian midfield.Pirlo career in football club: Brescia (1994-1998 and 2001), Internazionale (1998-1999 and 2000), Reggina (1999-2000), AC Milan (2001 -)

Together A.C. Milan he has won 1 title 1 Scudetto and Champions League titles. For his career in the Italian national team, he has played in the Euro arena Mendali 2004 and won bronze at the Olympics in 2004.

He is becoming known among football player since he played in the Italian national team U-21, together with Gennaro Gattuso, Nicola Ventola, and Christian Abbiati. Although early in his career he was an attacking midfielder but he can adapt to become a middle linebacker as he had survived until now lakoni the club. He is a field of creative inspiration, which many goals which were born from the movement starting / bait-bait.

For the moment he was appreciated by many parties as one of the best midfielders, especially in the Serie A. Pirlo is a player with great talent in terms of creativity and feed the ball, making him a playmaker at the club who defend current, AC Milan. Although his position was right in front of the line of defense (defensive midfielders), but he often came forward to give passes to the attackers. In addition, he is also known to have an accurate free kick.

Milan Champion

Champions League Club is a championship between the annual football clubs most successful football team in Europe, and is often regarded as a trophy level of the most prestigious clubs in Europe.

Championship was first coined by a French sports magazine. Cup-shaped trophy is nicknamed "The Big Ears", and the first trophy is different from what is now contested (made by Stadellman). Cup is now contested the 6th edition. Initially fighting championship trophy called the European Club Champions Cup or the European Champion Clubs' Cup, which is usually abbreviated to European Cup (European Cup, and differ from the European Cup as it is known in Indonesia today which refers to the European Championship). These championships began in the 1955/56 season with a fall of two leg system, ie each team plays two games, one away and one at home, and the team with an average score of the highest forward to the next round. Only teams in the league champions of each country, plus the champion holder at that time, the right to participate this competition.

Ability to AC Milan won the league champion in 1962 against benfica with score 2-1, then in 1968 against ajax and won with 4-1 score, in 1988 milan beat Steaua Bucharest 4-0 to score a landslide, and in 1989 milan champions back with a 2-1 score against benfica, then in 1993 AC Milan vs Barcelona with a 4-0 score, in the Year 2002 Milan managed to beat Juventus, which is a country club, and in 2005 AC Milan won the Champions League again by beating Liverpool 2-1.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Prince Of Persia

Prince of Persia is an adventure game that has a mission. For more details check out the following plot:
The main character, The Prince (Prince), originally was a street kid who lived on the streets of the country Persia (now Iran). One day, he met with the Sultan of Persia Princess (Princess). He is very interested in the beauty of the princess who like the moon rising from heaven. The daughter also seems to respond to the love of a child who would become the prince.

Until one day, the Sultan of Persia had to go to war in a distant place. Knowing the Emperor went, Jaffar, one senior (Grand Vizier) in the country, trying to seize power for himself sultan. He even forced the princess to marry her. But of course the Princess refused Jaffar proposal that would take his father's power. With her magic, Jaffar then issued an ultimatum to the princess: Married with him or else he will die within one hour. Nothing can be done at the time the daughter. The only hope they have is the lover who can save him.

But the Princess did not know that her lover had been captured by Jaffar in an underground prison. Prison is guarded by armed guards sword. To be able to save the princess, the prince candidate must get out of prison through the streets winding and treacherous, cliff jumping, climbing wall, past the guards, and avoid the pitfalls that could kill him, too.

This is where the game begins. Players must move the prince of the candidate is adventurous when out of prison in an attempt to save the princess. Although the daughter was held captive and helpless, but within a time he could still help by sending a pet white rat to help. The adventure must be completed as soon as possible, should not be more than an hour. If too late, then the daughter will die and the game ended. If successful, then towards the end of the game characters will meet directly with Jaffar. He should be able to defeat Jaffar in a game sword so he could save the princess. When Jaffar defeated, then the influence of magic will disappear and the princess could be saved.

After the daughter was saved and the Sultan returned from the war, the hero then married to the daughter. He was appointed Prince of Persia. They were living happily, though not forever because in the next series of this game back Jaffar disturbing their peace.