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When Was Kohei Uchimura Born? posted by Gymnastics

Born January 3, 1989, in Japan, Khohei Unchimuar is an artistic gymnast, and 16-time world champion in parallel bars, high bar, floor, team, and all-around events. He has won four silvers and one gold medal in the Olympic Games for floor exercise, team, and all-around events. Uchimura has also achieved the record of winning all the all-round titles in a single cycle of the Olympics, and also all-around world titles for five years consecutively from 2009 to 2014. He is popular for his accuracy and delivery of complex routines.

Uchimura started gymnastics training when he was three years old, at the sports club of his parents in Nagasaki. By the time, he was 15; he had shifted to Tokyo, and was training under Naoya Tsukahara, an Athens gold medalist.  In 2005, Uchimura competed for the time in an international junior competition. In 2007, he was part of the National Team of Japan and made his debut in March at the Paris World Cup, and won the bronze medal on vault. The same year in August, in Bangkok's Universiade's competition, he won the team gold, and in November won the silver for his team at the Good Luck event in Beijing.

In May 2008, Uchimura won his first gold on the floor at the World Cup event held in Tianjin. In the same year, he was selected in the national team for competing at the Beijing Olympics, where the team and he won the silver medal. In 2009, Uchimura was in the World Championships, where he finished with top points in horizontal bar, vault, rings, and floor. In 2010, he headed the Japanese team at the World Championships, and won his second title consecutively.

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Welcome to posted by Sports Fan

Welcome gymnastics fans! Please join the site if you love to gymnastics. I've set this site up so that gymnasts can interact with each other, share gymnastics tips and strategy, and find great places to practice gymnastics. Joining is free and easy so sign up now.Continue reading "Welcome to"

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Inbound link contest winner announced! posted by Earn Money Blogging

A big thanks to everyone who participated in the "Inbound Link Contest".  We have a winner!  A big congratulations go out to Marija.  Thank you for all your hard work on this.  While we had a lot of people participate, Marija was able to win with only 4 links!  So it wouldn't have taken a lot to win this contest!  We'll be having another contest soon so stay tuned.

The whole purpose of this contest was to get our bloggers networking with other webmasters and to start to build up their inbound links which will help their traffic.  Even a few links can help you with the search engines as they will see you as more of an authority on your topic the more inbound links you have.

To learn more about marketing your blog check out this post:

Marija's blog can be found here.  If you're a Knicks fan, check it out:

The original post announcing the contest can be found here:

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Inbound link contest - Win $100! posted by Earn Money Blogging

To try and motivate our bloggers to get inbound links we're going to have a contest to see which blogger can get the most inbound links to their blog. The contest begins now and ends July 31st, 2008. To be entered in to the contest all you have to do is go out and get as many websites to link to your blog as you can and at the end of the month send us an email listing all those links. All links must be active from August 1st through August 7th when we'll be judging the entries - a winner will be announced on August 7th. All entry emails must be received by Midnight on July 31st, 2008. You can email them to

We're going to impose some restrictions on the types of links you can get so please see below for the full list of links that do NOT count.

To get started simply go to Google and find other websites and blog that are about the sports and teams that you write about. Email the website owner and ask them for a link by explaining that you think your blog would be a good resource for their readers. Or offer to write a guest post for them with your by-line and URL at the bottom of the article. Or offer to exchange links with them by writing a quick write up of their site and a reciprocal link back to them. Some webmasters will be happy to add you to their blog roll even if you don't give them a link back (which is ideal) but some may want you to link back to them - you can easily do this with a quick blog entry on your blog about their website.

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Bill Koch

Celtics two wins away from more Lakers tears posted by Bill Koch

There's not enough Kleenex for all of the crying coming out of the Los Angeles Lakers after two games of the NBA Finals.
The Fighting Kobes find themselves down 2-0 to the Boston Celtics after another defeat on Sunday night, a 108-102 loss at TD Banknorth Garden. The fact that the Lakers cut out 22 points from their 24-point deficit in the fourth quarter doesn't matter. Los Angeles was badly outplayed for most of the second half and deserve to be behind in the series as it shifts to Hollywood for Game 3.
And stop right now if you want to point to the disparity in free throws in the series. Boston had 38 attempts from the line in Game 2, 28 more than Los Angeles, but even Kevin Garnett was taking his chances to go to the basket and pick up some cheap fouls against what has truly been a soft Lakers' defensive effort. Paul Pierce hasn't been shy either and Rajon Rondo is killing Derek Fisher with his quickness, getting into the paint at will and setting up dunks for Leon Powe (21 points, 6-for-7 from the field in Game 2), Kendrick Perkins and the rest of Boston's secondary offensive options. Aggressive teams get those calls. The Lakers have done nothing but take jump shots for two games.
Lakers' fans should be feeling a sickening sense of deja vu this morning. The source of it stems back to 2004, when a heavily favored Los Angeles team was humbled by Detroit in the Finals and hadn't been back since. The Lakers were a squabbling mess of dysfunction, with Kobe and Shaq at odds, Karl Malone hating his role between two bickering stars and Gary Payton's skills eroding against Tony Parker in the Western Conference and Finals MVP Chauncey Billups.
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