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Sochi once was the hottest spot on earth during the winter Olympics that was held in the year 2014. The Russian city during the period of the Olympics was filled with various tourists filling in the stands of the stadiums. The world class infrastructure that was built during the Olympics is now left alone without being used at all. It is a picture that is similar to all the cities who once was a host of a major sporting event.
The winter Olympics was hosted in the city of Sochi Russia this year. The country spent millions of euros to construct the world class facilities that were used during the games. A special 40,000 capacity stadium with world class seating arrangements was built but currently it is of no use. The various shops and other arrangements were made to lure the people coming from the various countries. During the games it was a city which seemed to be celebrating a festival of sporting events. The streets and shops were filled with all the guests coming from various cities across the world to cheer their teams.
Once the town was most sort after town in the country of Russia but today the city of Sochi is nothing less than a Ghost Town. As soon as the various visitors and the media personal left the town the city lost its life. Currently all the shops that were built are of no use. The stadiums are left empty and the streets are without any people on it. The media reporters visited the place a week earlier and found that it is nothing but lifeless. The stadiums that were built for the games currently is of no use but the city will be back in life during the winter skiing championship and 2018 world cup.
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Tom Daley, Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow should better check out as now the young lot of Plymouth divers is really making mark.
Diving’s future as a sport looks certainly bright in Plymouth post some great performances from a good pool of Sheffield based Plymouth Diving’s youngest members.
The club got in several junior members to the finals of National Skills, where the country’s most impressed and best lots get the chance.
Piper (Oscar), who turned into a virtual sensation 2 years back when Tom posted the video featuring the little one leaping off 10 m, has won gold in boys’ 8-year-old category.
Oscar won by quite a huge margin which offered the deserved value to his hard effort. Tom Grave was another gold winner from Plymouth. Grave competed in 14-16 boys’ section & has shown great progress in the recent months. He scored 12th position at Nationals last year.
But this Grave was in top 3 all through the event & he showed great merit by wining the gold.
When it comes to great progression, Matthew Third should be mentioned after Tom Grave. Third improved himself a lot in the past 12 months and even claimed a silver in 10-year-old boys’ event, He stood 5th in younger age the past year.
Another young achiever was Sam Isaac who secured silver in 12-year boys’ competition.
Isaac’s 2nd place was quite a major achievement for him as he ha just started competing.
Added to Grave, Piper, Third and Isaac, some other young Plymouth divers came up with brilliant performances, but could not win on the medals. These include Euan McCabe (who came 4th in boys’ 9 years), Aaron Treeby (5th in 13-year-old boys’ section), and Abby Fishleigh (who came 7th in 12 years girls’ category).
Five local McCormick divers would be reportedly setting out for Riverside CIFSS Championship this week. They would be going out in 3 divisions.
The Division one would comprise of 3 divers. There is latest Sunset League Varsity Champ Nicole Bliss as well as 2 freshmen from Los Alamitos. Added to her first ever Sunset diving title, Nicole won her first ever League Track honor, Soph/Frosh Girls 800 m chase on that same day. She competed in diving & track finals in regular season given good co-operation in between her 2 coaches. All through the season, Shane Butler (Diving Coach) & Nathan Howard ( Track Coach) coordinated at their best to ensure that Bliss is able to take part in as many track and dive meets as possible. Bliss would be heading the CIFSS Division I Diving contest with McCormick & Los Al teammate Madelyn Payne who came up 3rd in the League Finals. Dolly has been the Sunset League winner for the last 2 years. However, she isn’t upset regarding losing out on the title this time. “Nicole actually earned it”, remarked Payne.
The 3rd diver is the lone male diver in the group called Leo Wiviott.
Chad King seems to be the sole diver from Long Beach to represent Moore League in the Riverside CIFSS Division II championships. Chad had been down last summer owing to severe injuries & missed out on a great lot of diving events till the commencement of high-school season. Presently King is back to a fantastic shape, as he told the Plain Sailing facebook page & is all set to make it big in 2014 diving season.
Division III would be represented by Olivia Payne who has been achieving heightened scores at every High School Invitation Meets participated by her.