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     Laureus World Sports Awards Nominees
On 27 February 2007, the nominees for the Sixth Laureus World Sports Awards were announced. The Laureus World Sports Awards celebrate excellent performance made by athletes across all disciplines and all continents.
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     Trivia - March 2007
On 21 November 1990, Bill Irwin became the first-ever blind man to complete the hike through the Appalachian Trail, which took him a whopping eight months!
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     Vitamins: The Good and the Bad
Most people are aware that taking enough amounts of vitamins is an important part of keeping healthy. Vitamins can also enable many athletes to boost their performances. However, not many are aware that overdosing on vitamins can cause undesirable effects. The following are just a few examples.
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     Power Play Pool
If you have visited the Handicap Welfare Association (HWA) recently, you would have noticed a wonderfully-furnished pool lounge, courtesy of a community service project by students from Singapore Management University (SMU). This new pool lounge was officially opened with a tournament for physically challenged individuals on 10 March 2007.
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     True Winners
“You’re only 19?” A wave of commotion broke out among the group of secondary school students, who sat on the floor staring at the buff speaker before them – namely, Muhammad Firdaus Bin Nordin, Singapore’s first wheelchair racer to qualify for the Beijing 2008 Paralympics.
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     Dr William Tan: A Doctor Like No Other
He who once entered the Guinness Book of Records with a 10 marathon push in 65 days on 7 continents is now putting himself to the challenge again.
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     Theresa Goh Rui Si earns 2nd World Record for Singapore
0.05 seconds. That’s how close Singapore’s golden girl, Theresa Goh, was from breaking the 50m Breaststroke (SB4) world record during the Telkom South Africa (SA) National Aquatic Championship last April. Less than a year later, Theresa brings home the long-awaited record by shaving off almost 1 second off her personal best.
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