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https://plus.google.com/107759526355223645427 Sac Gio : On this day: At 24th September of 1988, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson runs the 100-meter dash in 9.79...
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At 24th September of 1988, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson runs the 100-meter dash in 9.79 seconds to win gold at the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Johnson’s triumph, however, was temporary: He tested positive for steroids three days later and was stripped of the medal.

Ben Johnson moved with his family to the suburbs of Toronto from his native Jamaica as a teenager, and soon after began sprinting with the Scarborough Optimists track and field club, coached by Canadian national track and field coach Charlie Francis.

In 1984, Johnson qualified for the Los Angeles Summer Olympics, where he finished third in the 100 meters with a time of 10.22 seconds, less than three-tenths of a second behind American gold-medal winner Carl Lewis. Johnson left Seoul determined to return to the Olympics in 1988, and, this time, to bring home the gold.

At the 1987 world track and field championships in Rome, Johnson ran the 100 meters in a mere 9.83 seconds and set a new world record, giving notice to the world that he was more than a contender. Though Carl Lewis ran a personal best of 9.93 seconds, he was forced to settle for second place.

Just as Johnson seemed to be reaching his peak, however, he injured his hamstring. After a re-injury in May 1988, the conventional wisdom was that he would not be at full strength in Seoul. Meanwhile, at the American Olympic trials, Lewis ran the fasted 100 meters to that time, a wind-aided 9.78 seconds and resumed his position as the favorite going into the Olympics.

On September 24, in the 100-meter final, Johnson lined up in lane 6, while Lewis took his position in lane 3 and fellow contender Linford Christie of Great Britain lined up in lane 4. Johnson got off to an explosive start, and though Lewis was known for his closing speed and set an American record, a non-wind-aided 9.92 seconds, in the event, he simply could not catch up and finished several full strides behind Johnson. After the race, Johnson declared to reporters, ”The important thing was to beat Carl. That was my main goal, not the world record. Just to beat Carl Lewis to win.”

What happened next has been seared into the collective memory of the Olympics ever since. On September 27, Johnson tested positive for steroids. He denied willfully using steroids, instead claiming that an herbal drink he’d been given before the race had been spiked. The International Olympic Committee refused to accept his explanation, and Johnson was stripped of the gold medal, which was then given to Carl Lewis.

A comeback was stillborn after he again failed a drugs test in 1993 and was banned for life. He spent the next few years drifting from job to job, at one point even working as a personal trainer in Libya for Colonel Gaddafi's son Saadi, who had pretensions of becoming a professional soccer player.

Today Johnson appears to have found a home and some stability. He now coaches aspiring soccer stars at the Genova International Soccer School in Italy. He still burns with what he sees as the unfairness of his treatment by the IOC, making conspiratorial claims that he was sacrificed while others were "protected who were taking the same thing."

Johnson will always be a pariah, synonymous with those blistering few seconds when he flew too close to the sun before crashing back to earth. Yet the experience hasn't diminished his belief that he still deserves a place among the pantheon of greats.

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What do tennis players Serena and Venus Williams, runner Scott Jurek and Olympic great Carl Lewis have in common?
They are all athletes who also happen to be vegan.
In Singapore, more athletes are turning to a plant-based diet too.
While vegetarians and vegans exclude meat from their diet, vegans go a step further by eliminating animal products such as eggs and dairy.
Operations manager and runner Kenny Lee, 29, started a Facebook group called Team V in 2013 to link up with other vegetarians and vegans who exercise or wish to adopt a more active lifestyle.
Mr Lee, a vegetarian who turned vegan three years ago, says: I also wanted to bust the myth that vegetarians and vegans are weak and not into sports.
Today, the group has more than 180 members and they often come together for runs or hikes.
Besides ethical reasons, athletes say turning vegan has helped boost their performance.
For instance, Mr Lee says that since he turned vegan, his marathon timing has improved from 5.5 hours to 3.5 hours.
I have more energy and can train a lot harder and run faster.

What is the scientific evidence behind this?
Ms Joanna Tan, a senior dietitian at Changi General Hospital, says there are limited studies that examine the link between vegan diets and athletic performance. The few studies that have been done have been inconclusive.
Instead, vegan diets have been associated with low energy and protein intakes and vegans are at a higher risk of having low levels of micronutrients such as calcium, iron, zinc and vitamin B12, compared with non-vegetarians, she adds.
Vitamin B12 is not found naturally in any plant food, including mock meat. Hence, it is essential for vegans to consume food fortified with vitamin B12, such as soya milk and soya products, or take vitamin B12 supplements.
Signs of nutrient deficiency can include dermatitis, poor wound healing, hair loss, weak nails, low energy levels and insomnia, says personal trainer and nutrition coach Cheryl Lin from Eat Train Love.
But she believes that with the right planning and knowledge, it is possible for vegan athletes to get most of the nutrients they need from a plant-based diet.
She says: The need for animal protein, for instance, is a myth and there are many great plant-based alternatives and supplements made from brown rice, beans, peas, soya beans and hemp.
Plant-based protein supplements are also available.
But Ms Lin advises those who wish to go on a vegan diet to do so gradually.
She says: They can start by cutting out meat, then poultry, seafood, dairy and eggs. Or they can start with one vegan day a week and increase that as they go along.
This will allow the body to adjust and allow them to identify meals and routines that work for them.

TO AVOID HARMING ANIMALS
Running alone for hours at a stretch for six weeks in the mountains near Vancouver made Mr Chua Jing Zhi, 26, feel an affinity with animals he had never felt before.
During his solo runs in the Canadian wilderness, the civil servant saw birds and even bears. He says: I felt a sense of wonder to be in the wilderness.
A triathlete since he was 19, he trained for a half marathon and an 80km ultramarathon while he was there in 2012 on a student exchange programme.
After the exchange, he went to stay at an organic farm in the United States for three weeks.
When he returned to Singapore, he decided he did not want to "cause harm to things he has feelings about" and turned vegan.
His parents, a housewife and an engineer, were initially worried that his diet would leave him malnourished. His two sisters were supportive and would suggest going to vegan-friendly places whenever they ate out.
Now, he carries two vegan energy bars and two gels, labelled suitable for vegans, as emergency food. He also takes a plant-based protein shake as a quick way to refuel after a workout.
The 1.7m-tall athlete works out about 2 1/2 hours every day and runs about two races a year. His diet has made him shed 4kg and he is now 60kg.
I feel lighter and can run faster he says.
He also appreciates the support from Singapore's community of vegans, whom he calls "kind" and "inspiring".
He adds: We share ideas via Facebook, WhatsApp, potluck gatherings and meet-ups on where to eat and which products are vegan.

SWITCHING BECAUSE OF DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
This vegan couple want to raise their daughter vegan.
The wife, Canada-born endurance athlete Emilie Tan, 32, who is almost six months pregnant, says: Research has shown that a well-planned vegan diet is suitable for every stage of life, including infancy and pregnancy.
She switched to a vegan diet about five years ago because she was suffering digestive problems.
Her then boyfriend and now husband, Singaporean bodybuilder and strength athlete Luke Tan, 37, also switched to a vegan diet.
One of his biggest motivating factors was the award-winning documentary Earthlings (2005), which depicts atrocities inflicted on animals.
He says: I saw how animals were exploited for food and fashion and I didn't want to be part of that.
The couple, who got married in 2012 in Melbourne, started two health and fitness brands in the city.
The first is Evolved Generation, a community of vegan athletes and health professionals who run fitness events, while the other is Live Green Live Lean, a health and fitness consultancy.
They moved back to Singapore in July last year and run their businesses from here.
Mr Tan says: We believe that the future of food lies in a plant-based diet and we want to educate and inspire people to move towards such a diet for health, ethical and environmental reasons.

GIVING UP CHICKEN AFTER DOCUMENTARIES
To prepare for competitions, master trainer and bodybuilder Thara Begum Yeo, 29, used to eat at least 1kg of chicken breast and six to eight eggs every day.
But she decided to give all these up after watching documentaries on animal cruelty.
From August last year, she replaced animal proteins in her diet with plant proteins such as tempeh, tofu and "all sorts of beans".
Although her protein intake dropped to a third of what it used to be, she upped her carbohydrate intake so she is still consuming 2,500 calories every day. She eats four to five meals a day that she mostly cooks herself.
For inspiration, she follows other vegan bodybuilders, such as American Torre Washington, on Instagram.
The 1.65m-tall woman has since lost about 2kg and now weighs 62kg. Her husband, personal trainer and bodybuilder Mohamed Haris, 31, is not vegan.
She says: I don't think I have lost any muscle mass, but I feel lighter and more energetic.
Having retired temporarily from competitive bodybuilding after winning the Southeast Asian Championship Women's Bodybuilding Open Category in 2014, she plans to return to competing next year.
She says: I want to show it is possible to win again on a vegan diet.

TIPS ON GOING VEGAN
If you are into sports and want to switch to a vegan diet, here are some tips:
•Include energy-dense food in your diet. These include nuts, tofu, tempeh, textured vegetable protein and commercially prepared mock meat. Vegan diets, especially those high in fibre, are associated with low energy intakes as fibre tends to make a person feel full more easily.
•Protein needs for athletes are slightly higher than those of sedentary people. But plant proteins may lack one or more essential amino acids. Hence, to ensure you have the full spectrum of amino acids, it is good to combine food sources, for instance, adding beans to grains such as rice.
•Consult a sports dietitian and check if you need to take a multi-vitamin to ensure your energy, protein and micronutrient needs are met.
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All ACE's have one desire in particular.
The SPADE suit is symbolic of wisdom, labor, and our psyche (soul).
The Ace of Spade's deepest desire is to unravel the secret of life!

"Embodied in your card, which traditionally has been identified as a symbol of death, is also the key to the mystery of life. Unfortunately, for the majority of those who are identified with this card, the mystical meaning of this symbol is lost. If you belong to this category, this card becomes a symbol of labor, and all too often you try to solve all your problems by the sweat of your brow or through questionable schemes. But, as you read these lines, realize that your card is also a symbol of spiritual wisdom, and as the life pattern portrayed in your card is not a particularly easy one, keep this in mind. It may help you cope with and transcend the many challenges which appear to be part of your destiny.
           
The temptation to indulge in bitter despair may be a real hazard. Remember, from the metaphysician's viewpoint, despair and inspiration are often considered to be a step apart. Discipline and vision are essential key words toward the overcoming of your problems. In the process, you may also become a source of inspiration to others."

~Arne Lein

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January 13 Capricorn - February 11 Aquarius - March 9 Pisces
  - April 7 Aries - May 5 Taurus - June 3 Gemini - July 1 Cancer
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Ace of Spade must practice the lightness of being to overcome their troubles in love. Famous people include Jennifer Aniston, Sheryl Crow, and Russell Crowe
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https://plus.google.com/104189524104433288077 mohmed bashir : On this day: At 5th March of 1993, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was banned for life from racing by ...
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At 5th March of 1993, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was banned for life from racing by the International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF) after he failed a dope test. He also had been forced out of the 1988 Seoul Olympics after failing a drug test.

Ben Johnson was the last man to settle into his blocks at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. It was September 24, 1988, a heartbeat before the start of the 100 meters final and what was to become the most infamous sporting moment in Olympic history. Johnson, like the rest of an-all star field that included then Olympic champion and fierce rival Carl Lewis, former world record holder Calvin Smith and future gold medalist Linford Christie, paced back and forth like caged panthers seeking the psychological advantage of settling last.

The field stretched, hopped and feinted as they pretended not to look at each other. Johnson merely stared straight ahead, unblinking. Inevitably it was he who won the first battle. The gun fired and the Canadian leaped, literally leaped, from his starting position into a lead he would never lose. Just 9.79 seconds later he had smashed the world record in a display of power and awe never before seen in track and field, against the greatest field of sprinters ever collected.

"Nobody," Johnson recalls in an interview with CNN, laughing in deep, long chugs, "nobody could touch my start." What happened next has been seared into the collective memory of the Olympics ever since. The image of a medal ceremony, more than 24 hours later where Carl Lewis still can't come to terms with where Johnson had found his extra power; the incredulity on the faces of the journalists present; the press conference afterward where a triumphant Johnson eulogized.

"I'd like to say my name is Benjamin Sinclair Johnson Jr, and this world record will last 50 years, maybe 100," he had told the room. Later he said: "A gold medal, that's something no one can take away from you." But they could take it away from him. And they did.

Just 24 hours later Johnson had failed a drugs test when traces of the banned steroid stanozolol were found in his urine. And after delegation arrived at his room. Johnson handed the medal back to the IOC, much to the consternation of his mother. One of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) officials present described the scene as like a "wake." The race was just one moment in a two-decade-long story that began with Johnson as a Jamaican immigrant in Canada. His rise to prominence on the track for his newly adopted country would end with a descent into sport drug use and finally disgrace.

Yet he wouldn't be the only one. Doping was so prevalent in the sport that six of the eight finalists that lined up on that September day in Seoul would fail drugs tests themselves or implicated in their use during their careers, including Lewis and Christie. As the writer Richard Moore describes in his new book on the 100m final in Seoul, it was the "Dirtiest Race in History."

The scene was set for the greatest 100m final of all time at Seoul. In many respects it still is, despite the taint of drugs. Only two of the eight runners remained clean throughout their careers: American sprinter Calvin Smith and the Brazilian Robson da Silva. But the race, even today, has an explosive power that makes it impossible to ignore, with four of the field breaking the 10-second barrier. Johnson, perhaps unsurprisingly, believes it is still the greatest race of all time.

The rest of the world sees Johnson's legacy slightly differently. He was sent back in disgrace to an angry Canada that had embraced its adopted son only to feel humiliated in the eyes of the world. Johnson left for Seoul as a Canadian and returned Jamaica-born. But it was all too late for Johnson. A comeback was stillborn after he again failed a drugs test in 1993 and was banned for life. He spent the next few years drifting from job to job, at one point even working as a personal trainer in Libya for Colonel Gaddafi's son Saadi, who had pretensions of becoming a professional soccer player.

Today Johnson appears to have found a home and some stability. He now coaches aspiring soccer stars at the Genova International Soccer School in Italy. He still burns with what he sees as the unfairness of his treatment by the IOC, making conspiratorial claims that he was sacrificed while others were "protected who were taking the same thing."

Implausibly his latest theory is that he was sacrificed because of a dispute between rival shoe sponsors. Although in his book "Speed Trap" the late Francis, who had been painfully honest about how he gave drugs to his athletes - claimed there was no way Johnson could have failed a drugs test for stanozolol. The reason ? He'd been giving him a different steroid altogether.

Johnson will always be a pariah, synonymous with those blistering few seconds when he flew too close to the sun before crashing back to Earth. Yet the experience hasn't diminished his belief that he still deserves a place among the pantheon of greats.

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