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91: Comparison of The Mustang and The Camaro
... 0-60 in 5.5 seconds and 0-100 in 14.1 seconds. The base price of the Mustang is a respectable $22,870 but can be built up to a $25,000 kick-ass sports car easily. A $2,270 in essential options is a must if you are really after the all American Sports car: 17-inch alloy wheels with high performance rubber, black leather sport bucket seats, stereo upgrade, all speed traction control (defeatable), and convenience package. The grand-total including destination is a reasonable $25,140. Like ... the Mustang GT retailing for $25,140 and the Camaro for $29,656. This just goes to show that you don't need to spend more than $75,000 for a top of the line sports car. The Camaro and Mustang out perform some of their more expensive brother and sisters like the Viper. Much like the comparisons, the Camaro and Mustang have very different options about them also. The ...
92: A Separate Peace - Phineas And Gene
... sport because he had never realized that a player had to work for years to master one completely coordinated movement, such as swinging a golf club."(103) This quotation shows how Phineas did well at sports. He was also unaware that it took so much work to be a good athlete because he was good at the first try. This shows how naturally athletic he is. Another example occurs in the hospital when he hurt himself and the doctor says that his sports are finished. "Sports are finished. As a friend you ought to help him face that and accept it. "(111) the quote shows that now he won't be able to play sports. The doctor says this because ...
93: Hockey .vs. Football
Hockey .vs. Football (Comparative Essay) Football and hockey are two sports, which are similar in objective, but very different in their rules and guidelines. In each of these major sports there are rules and guidelines that the players must follow. The topics that will be covered are the weight differences between the players in football and hockey, the use of Creatine Monohydrate, and last the ... paragraph will discuss the weight difference between the players in the NFL (football) and the NHL (hockey). Although there is no written rule as to how much a player can weigh in either of the sports, there is the unwritten rule that the players and coaches follow. The average hockey player weighs about 185 pounds. The average weight of a full NHL hockey team consisting of 24 players is about ...
94: Sexual Pressures
... as friends. I have found that many teens have friends that are athletes. In high schools, boy athletes outscore all of the other boys with the girls(Elias 1). On the other hand , girls on sports teams are much less sexually active than other females who do not play sports(Elias 1). This shows that male athletes are far more pressuring each other on the issue of sexuality. So for males who are into sports they are subjected to a host of pressures and can as a result do things they would not normally do. On the contrary, I found that females who do sports are far less pressured ...
95: The Sport of Running
... a Presidential physical fitness award for students to show them how they rank in fitness with the country and making every child take it a couple of times during school. Also he introduced many new sports to school (swimming, cross- country, soccer, etc.). With these new sports he got children interested and the children got their parents going. With this new interest the first "Running Boom" started. Since then many people have passed it on to their kids families etc. With more ... was the best in the United States history. This may have just been luck but many believe it was not luck.2 Running is a very beneficial sport. It is more effective then any other sports (swimming, biking, football, etc.). With running at a moderate pace compared to all other sports it will get you to your ideal wait faster and make you feel better. Your ideal weight varies on ...
96: Boxing-A Safe Sport
Many sports can cause injuries such as football, soccer, and even golf. Athletes can tear a ligament or cartilage in their knee by just doing something as simple as running. Often, the healing process can take weeks, months, or even years to recover from the injury. One of the least understood sports is amateur boxing. People do not realize the precautions taken toward the safety of boxers. Critics of boxing have long called boxing a brutal sport. Perhaps it is safer than football where not only one, but eleven trying to hit the athlete. Boxing has been classified as one of the most dangerous sports, but that is not true for there is more safety taken place than there is given credit. On the amateur level boxing is one of the safest sports, because the main idea of the ...
97: Fast Car Physics
... keep them on the road or if they will reach the adhesive limit of their car’s tires around a turn. These are the things are the car designers, professional drivers, racing pit crews, serious sports car owners, and physicist think about. Physics are an important part of every sports and racing car design. The stylish curves and ground effects on sports cars are usually there not just for form but function as well allowing you to go speeds over 140 mph in most serious sports cars and remain on the road and in reasonable control. ...
98: A Guy's Sense Of Manhood
... with and that are most commonly found in the youth culture. These two ways of proving masculinity, which appear to me the most common among young men, are the manner in which men deal with sports and women. Especially at a young and immature age, these things appear to be the only way to validate manhood. Hence it is with these means that boys and men are taught their gender roles ... these messages manifesting in my own life, and I can see many others using it as means to validate their manhood as well. The other way that most young men prove their manhood is through sports. This is especially true in today's society where professional athletes are treated like gods. Athletics are often used to "construct a respected masculine identity"(Messner 463). It is just like trophyism, one's athletic ... I was. I grew up in a family that stressed the importance of athletics, not to mention the fact that I have always looked up to my uncles who had great division I careers in sports: one even played pro football for a short while. I felt inferior to anyone with athletic success, or at least had a high respect for anyone with such success. I remember sophomore year I ...
99: Tuesdays With Morrie
... of Waltham Massachusetts about 15 years ago. In the last fifteen years he has lost touch with his greatest teacher and one of his best friends of all time, Morrie Schwartz. One night this great sports writer of Detroit, Mitch Albom, was watching television and noticed a special on Night line that was about his old friend Morrie. He sadly found out that Morrie was dying of ALS and was trying ... different characters names or follow a complex plot. It's just a nice relaxing story. I give Mitch Albom a lot of credit in creating this excellent book. The author, Mitch Albom, is currently a sports writer for the Detroit Free Press. He has been voted No. 1 sports columnist ten times by the Associated Press Sports Editors. Albom was also a former professional musician before he became a sports writer. Mitch grew up with one brother who is now living in Spain. ...
100: Red Grange
Red Grange One of the most publicized figures in the history of U.S. sports was the “Wheaton Ice Man,” a ripping, tearing ball carrier whose correct name is Harold Grange. Perhaps the greatest broken-field runner of them all, Grange terrorized the opponents of the University of Illinois for ... needed to make it the game it is today. More words were written about The Wheaton Ice Man than any other football player in the same category, for Grange belonged to that fabulous era of sports heroes that included Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, Bill Tilden, and so many more. In those days sports writers held nothing back and reams of colorful copy were turned out about the heroes of the day. In later years sports writing took on a more businesslike attitude as the reading public developed ...

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