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Top the greatest record in Summer Olympics all time

The Summer Olympics is one of the biggest events about sports all over the world. This competition attracts almost good athletes at many fields such as swimming, running, volleyball, basketball so on. 

To win a gold medal at this event is not easy. It’s more difficult to break the record of former players. However, players always focus on record to determine target. 

Despite it, there are many players still to break the records in spectacular way being out of expectation.

In this article, we collect several good records in this event. Following it to see detail about top greatest records during the Summer Olympics history all time.

1/ Flo-Jo Floors Her Foes

She was a professional runner. Her strength was 200-meter favorite. She joined the Seoul games in 1988. Then she performed excellently as a talent. She won the title at 100-meter range.

Flo-Jo Floors her foes maintained her Summer Olympic record within 10.62 seconds in 100 time and 21.34 seconds in 200 time. Besides it, she also reached two titles at wider margins, including the gold medal for 4×100 and silver medal for 4×400. 

Her achievements were during Summer Olympic impressively.

2/ Inge de Bruijn

Inge de Bruijnk is a Netherland swimmer who breaking the record at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in 100-meter butterfly. This achievement was deeply impressive for other opponents.

In the past, she also already got good achievement when reaching the second at the Sydney games only after the first swimmer with pace by 0.3 seconds. At the Sydney games, she played 2 kinds: 50-meter and 100-meter freestyle. She already got total 2 gold medals.

3/ Kenenisa Bekele

Kenenisa Bekele was a Ethiopian runner. He played at the Beijing games 2008. 

He won two races, including 5,000 and 10,000 meter races. The best record was 12:57.82 time which was the greatest record in Summer Olympics.

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Sporting industry and millions of dollars for economy

As trends and fads, sporting industry continues to dominate in media an entertainment with big revenue annually. For example, in 2017, the global sport market consumed 91$ billion dollars in total revenue. This number was only 76.1$ billion in 2013. The fact that more and more money should be invested for sports industry.

Although there are millions of sport events from many fields take place throughout the year, there are still many sponsors, advertisers and business brands to be ready to invest money then receive good feedback for their business.

To understand clearly about sporting industry, you should follow our analysis in the below, we share some roles of sport in contribution for economy.

Firstly, making report for data of the World Cup event. In general, it is the biggest festival in the global about football who attract millions of spectators from the world. To take advantage of this frame, many brands offer to advertise and sponsor for this event.

In addition sponsor for this league, sponsors also invest directly and sign advertising contracts or ask players for brand ambassador. It makes strong effect to spectators because footballers are directly the key person to brighten up in the match, so they can give good messages.

In 2011-2014 season, FIFA organization received total 1.62$ billion for the sponsorship. Whereas the number of 2015-2018 was 1.45$. It is only declined a little but it is a big number compared revenue from other fields.

Recently, FIFA tends to find sponsors and emerge with famous companies from China and several businesses from the East. It seems that they want to increase opportunity to co-operate and reach more revenues in their business. They have some worries about drop off from the West sponsors. It’s a good way because the Asian market is always a potential market for all big brands when people have many demand for consumption.

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LPGA Tour has come to Taipei

81 female golfers who are currently in the top form of the world will receive a $ 2.2 million prize fund at the Taiwan Swinging Skirt LPGA event, which starts today August 31.

Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA takes place at Miramar Golf Country Club, par72, 6,437 yards. Here, Nelly Korda will defend the championship after winning the cup at the point -13 years ago.

The second marking tournament appeared on Hinako Shibuno’s LPGA Tour. Young talent carries the nickname “Cinderella or laugh” Champion Women’s British Open majors as an amateur golfer. After this victory, Shibuno has the right to decide to receive the official card at LPGA Tour right away or reserve until next year.

However, before starting his match in Taiwan, the 20-year-old amateur golfer who won the major said, “I don’t think I’m qualified to play in the US LPGA Tour. It’s only the first year of appearing in the domestic tournament system so I need to learn for a few years before going to the international arena. “

Besides Korda and Shibuno, this year’s list of champion titles also has 62 LPGA Tour golfer with the best performance on the prize ranking as of the end of October, 9 sponsor specials and 10 Native professional face. Notable names at the world number one Ko Jin Young, Lee6 Jeongeun, and the golfer group who have won the LPGA Tour more than once this year include Hannah Green, Brooke Henderson, Mi Jung Hur, Sei Young Kim and Sung Hyun Park.

Also in Taiwan, Ko need to record one more time to finish in the top 10 to consolidate the leading position in the title race “Reach the top 10 most of the season” and $ 100,000 in prize money. In this category, Ko is in the top position with 12 times while rival Henderson has 11 times. In case both of them have the same number, Ko still wins because they won the major more than the opponent.

However, the world’s number one golfer targets have more generous rewards. It is the trophy the CME Group Tour Championship curtain with $ 1.5 million bonus – the largest in the history of women’s professional golf. To get the ticket for this tournament, the LPGA Tour golfer must strive to accumulate points throughout the 2019 season to be in or share the 60th position on Race to the CME Globe – the ranking that Ko Jin Young is leading.

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Japan changed the Olympic athletics venue because of the heat

The content of the marathon and 2020 Olympic walk is expected to be transferred to compete in Sapporo, where the weather is more pleasant than the capital Tokyo.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on October 16 announced plans to relocate the marathon and walking venues at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to Sapporo. The city is located on the island of Hokkaido, 800 kilometers north of Tokyo, and has much more pleasant weather than Tokyo. According to the IOC, summer temperatures in Sapporo are usually 5 to 6 degrees lower than Tokyo.

Previously, to avoid the heat and harsh humidity of Tokyo summer, IOC had delayed departure time to 6am. The women’s marathon is scheduled for August 2, one week ahead of the men’s content.

Olympic organizers will discuss the issue of temperature during the meeting October 30 – November 1 in Tokyo.

“Moving the venue is one of the measures used by Tokyo, in consultation with the IOC and IAAF, to limit the impact from the temperature next summer. IOC has informed athletes to participate in the matter. export, “said the IOC. The implementation process will be discussed with all stakeholders.

Tokyo held a marathon in September, arranging tents with a nebulizer for viewers. Authorities also delayed hours for long-distance events. However, many opinions suggest that this is not enough.

According to Kyodo, the difficulty here is that Japanese Olympic officials once described the Tokyo weather in July – August as “ideal for competition” when applying for hosting.

Hot and humid weather was a nightmare for athletes at the world track and field championships held in Doha, Qatar, late September and early October. At the women’s marathon, nearly one-third of the 70 Participating athletes must give up.

Changes in time at the 2020 Olympic Games

Athletics – long distance events only take place in the evening, marathons and hiking start early in the morning.

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Murray upstream to the second round of Shanghai Masters

Former world number one Andy Murray beat Juan Ignacio Londero 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the first round of the ATP 1000 tournament in China, yesterday 7/10.

Taking a break from singles for eight months after hip surgery, Murray has been giving positive signals since returning at the ATP tour in the last three weeks. After reaching the quarter-finals of the ATP China Open last week, the Scottish tennis player continued to show physical and mental progress when upstream against Juan Ignacio Londero.

The 56th world player Londero once made it difficult for Novak Djokovic in the second round of the US Open. He continued to prove himself not an easy opponent to play when overwhelming Murray in the first set in the first round of the Shanghai Masters.

Andy Murray 2-1 Juan Ignacio Londero

Londero forced Murray to 12 minutes to keep the game at the beginning of the match. The Argentinian then faced three break-points in the fourth game, but saved it all thanks to his good late-pitch ability.

In the second set, Murray gradually adapted to the fast pitch in Shanghai. Three Grand Slam owners are more durable and have a better serve. Murray delivered 79% to the field in this set, won two games to catch the ball and won the set with a score of 6-2.

The match saw a series of durable balls between two players, with many chances of winning the game to catch the ball of both. Murray and Londero have a total of 23 break-points, but the Scottish is more brave in the final set. Murray won two games to catch the opponent’s ball in the third set and closed the match with a 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 victory after two hours and 18 minutes.

“This is the fastest pitch I’ve played since coming back from injury,” Murray told ATP. “I didn’t adapt in the first set, but I found energy in the next two sets. I pushed him back to the defensive and played it the way I wanted it to be.”

In the second round, Murray will face No. 10 seed Fabio Fognini, who eliminated Querrey after two sets. Fognini is determined in Shanghai because he is competing for a ticket to ATP Finals. The Italian player is currently only eight points behind Alexander Zverev’s eighth place.

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The rookies that are highly expected by the fans in the Champions League (Part 2)

Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich)

Alphonso Boyle Davies plays as a winger for Bayern Munich (Bundesliga, Germany).

In June 2017, he became the youngest player to join the Canadian national team – his hometown. With two goals scored in the 2017 CONCACAF Cup (football tournament organized by the North, Central America and Caribbean Football Association) with Guiana, he became the youngest player to score for the Canadian national team and young people. best scored at CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Florentino Luis (Benfica)

Florentino Ibrain Morris Luis (Portugal) is competing for Benfica B in LigaPro (Portuguese Premier League) as a defensive midfielder. He started his career at Real S.C. 2009.

Last season, Florentino Luis matured in Benfica shirt. The star, born in 1999, made 14 appearances for the first team, including 11 matches in Portugal’s highest league and three in the Champions League.

Every time he was given the opportunity, he showed his ability. Many fans praised him as a defensive midfielder who is capable of dispute and good judgment. Luis is currently interested in many great teams.

Lisandro Martinez (Ajax)

Lisandro Martínez (Argentina) currently plays as a center back for Ajax (Netherlands) and the Argentina national team. In addition to his position as a center-back, he can take on the role of a left-back or a defensive midfielder.

This season, the 21-year-old center-back played 27 games in all competitions, scoring 2 goals and having 3 assists.

In recent seasons, fans can enjoy top-notch soccer tournaments at home at discounted prices. Including Champions League, Premier League, Europa League and many other sports, etc. with 125,000 VND per month (K + package package).

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In the next 10 years, football will significantly change (Part 3)

Liverpool is at the forefront of the football technology revolution

However, there will be changes in the format of existing tournaments. We can see a Champions League season with 48 clubs taking part, divided into 8 groups of 6 teams each. And even the second division, the Europa League, will be expanded. Or the rebirth of a European third division tournament like the old C3 cup.

The European Super League is still the trump card of the continent’s most powerful and powerful clubs. The current domestic tournament by establishing a league of their own. This card has been used for 20 years and it will still be a dipper for the next 20 years.

But the most dramatic change is in television. Imagine you are watching a football match on TV, but instead of sitting on the sofa, you can choose a seat in the stadium and experience football like watching live. Virtual reality is the future of football on television, even though it is currently only in the game.

TV viewers can have virtual reality experiences on sports and other entertainment through technology. Even if you only watch from afar, it feels as if you are there. 10 years ago, 138 of the 380 Premier League matches each season were broadcast live. This season, 200 matches will be shown live, more than 50%.

OTT and Virtual Reality will change the way football is viewed

Elsewhere throughout Europe, every match in major tournaments can be accessed by TV viewers for live view. Therefore, the Premier League will be under pressure and forced to change with the trend. The price of television rights in the Premier League will drop significantly in three seasons from 2019 to 2022.

The price reduction of local television rights led to another change. That’s the way big clubs are looking to increase direct links with fans around the globe to give them access to exclusive video content. This ability is very practical because it helps the rich clubs become richer.

But the relationship between clubs and NHM globally will also change. Now, with NHM, every football club will be just like the Netflix movie app, just pay and watch content on demand. This will explode as the online broadcast service (OTT) grows and reaches millions of audiences.

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In the next 10 years, football will significantly change (Part 2)

Rules may also change. Football is proud to be a conservative sport, rarely changing the rules of the game. But when a reform was made, it greatly affected football. Handcuffing the goalkeeper with the back of the ball is probably the most important change to football rules in the last half century, and it makes the speed of playing football increase immediately.

Over the next 10 years, perhaps the reforms that will address the extremely sensitive issue are “offside”. How is offside in the new definition, what are the technologies for determining offside? It is all about making the match more interesting and interesting. Right now, the FA is testing the offside rule in amateur competitions to evaluate its effectiveness.

What about the physical condition of a player? This is a big question. It seems the physical strength of the players in the English Premier League is not much better even though they are more methodically trained and harsher. Hard to believe, but that’s the truth.

The future of football will not necessarily see players being able to run more in a match, but almost certainly, they will have to run faster on a more regular basis.

The latest advanced fitness techniques will help players perform sprints at a higher intensity during a match. The old box-to-box midfielder that has to run up and run for 90 minutes will be a thing of the past as well as the form of endurance training by making the team run cross-country and run up the mountain, too.

The change of the European Cup is also a seriously studied aspect. The future of the Champions League will become an “elephant in the fridge”. UEFA, the Association of European Clubs (ECA), leagues and football leagues will not be able to negotiate future changes until 2024. Thus, from now until 2029, the Champions League will remain is the most prestigious tournament.

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In the next 10 years, football will significantly change

2019 is the last year of the 2010s and we are going to enter the new decade 2020. So what can be with football in the next 10 years?

In the next 10 years, science technology will have a big role in football. Football is behind many other professional sports in the scientific way, but in the past 10 years, many Premier League teams, such as Liverpool, have had a team of analysts, sports scientists. , data experts and professional coaches to assist.

Simon Data, founder of the Training Ground Guru website, said that data science will become a huge thing in the next 10 years. Clubs are collecting vast amounts of data at the moment: GPS tracking; The cameras collect information about every player’s behavior anywhere, anytime; data on health and fitness, blood. The most notable is the use of that data.

According to Austin, Liverpool and Man City have used computers to create simulation models, determining where the players should be in certain situations, based on monitoring the behavior and performance of the players.

Another major change in the nascent tactic is sure to spread over the next decade. That’s the end of the focus on Zone 14 – as the tactician calls it – a Golden square in front of the opponent’s 16m50 area. Over the years, coaches have focused on developing offensive plans in this area.

Increasingly, players in charge of the game have increasingly sought out other Golden areas to find ways to attack. For example, Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah are seldom present in Zone 14 but they are still the gateway to launch effective and terrifying attacks.

At Man City, Pep Guardiola has focused on the flow of traffic between the central defender and the anchor midfielder – which provided the attacking ball for 85% of City’s goals last season. Mourinho’s stealthy counter-attack style was obsolete due to the appearance of this new type of tactical analysis.

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Top 7 players with the largest number of fans on the planet

Ronaldo’s Instagram is the most-watched personal page in the world, surpassing Hollywood stars and leaving two colleagues Lionel Messi, Neymar.

7. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid – 37 million followers)

As one of the active players on social networks, but since the defeat in El Clasico, the Welsh striker has not posted anymore. Any sharing with fans. In the latest post, Bale also received much criticism for his poor performance during the trip to the Nou Camp.

6. Ronaldinho (retired – 38.1 million followers)

The way of playing beautiful flowers with samba style helps Roi to “get” a place in the hearts of fans despite retiring. The former Brazilian player still regularly shares his daily life with family and friends, sometimes the classic goal clips he recorded when he was in his peak.

5. James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich – 40.3 million followers)

As a talented player and possessing a handsome face, James easily conquered the fans. The Colombian midfielder regularly posts training photos and moments of fun with his daughter on his page.

4. David Beckham (retired – 51.7 million followers)

Farewell to Man Utd, but Beckham‘s page still appears quite a lot of posts about the Manchester club. The photo taken outside the Old Trafford Stadium by the former England player in early October received more than 1.7 million likes from fans.

3. Lionel Messi (Barcelona – 100 million followers)

As the world’s top football superstar today, it’s easy to understand when Messi’s Instagram account ranks 3rd among players and 12th in the world.

2. Neymar (PSG – 104 million followers)

Talent is not inferior to anyone, but Neymar is a player with a rather complicated life outside the field. The Brazilian star is known as a fashionista, a notorious player in nightclubs in Barcelona and Paris.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus – 144.4 million followers)

Ronaldo now owns 144,597,687 followers on his page, a little more than the account leading the number of followers in the past 2 years by Selena Gomez with 144,410,369 followers. According to Hopperhq’s statistics, any brand that wants to appear on Cristiano Ronaldo’s personal Instagram page will have to pay a minimum of 750,000 USD “> 750,000 USD per post.

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