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July 29th, 2008
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By Matt pocket
The 2008 AAU Junior Olympic Games is booming. Here is the reminder of July 29, 2008.
Celebration of Athletes
The celebration of athletes of the AAU Junior Olympic Games took place on Monday evening at the Olds-Marshall Way Rynearson Stadium on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. The ceremony began with a riveting performance by the Detroit Martin Luther King Jr. High School Marching Band. The group performs next to Beijing for the 2008 World Olympic Games, having raised more than $ 250000 to travel with the Olympic athletes to participate in China.
The celebration of athletes concluded with a torch ceremony online, the Olympics and the city of Detroit police officer Darnell Hall and his Think Detroit PAL TDP track club.
The final 200-meter hurdles for the sub-youth and young boys and girls in Athletics were also managed during the celebration of athletes. Johnson, Drake, Ann Arbor, Michigan, finished second in the 200-meter hurdles youth, with a time of 25.13. Dapo Akinmoladun, Grandview, Mo., won gold in the case of boys, finishing the race in 24.98. Lateisha Philson, Queens, New York, claimed first place in the 200 metres hurdles young girls, coming in 26.78.
The first day of competition beach volleyball began to Southfield Civic Beach volleyball. Camila Rosado Marla Delgado and Puerto Rico was a perfect 3-0 in pool play and earned a top seed in the basin of the range. Camila Rosado is competing in its fourth AAU Junior Olympics and has always won a medal in each competition. In other basins, Amanda Walker (Virginia Beach) and Maggie Holbert of Florida won a difficult Pool B, while Lulia Cerbu and Danielle Vortisch Toronto, Canada swept all their matches to win Pool C.
The beach volleyball competition features the top teams in the regional championship of the 16 girls and division of all the USA, Canada and Puerto Rico and the entrances to host the Detroit metropolitan area. Competition continues tomorrow, July 30, with pool play in the power and competitor in parentheses.
De Hoop day
Select Wi completed a spectacular end to the AAU Junior Olympics girls basketball tournament, defeating TN Elite White, 64-58. Although the Select had already beaten the White Elite tournament
play, double elimination format gave the Tennessee team a shot at redemption. However, the Select continued their defeat at the AAU Junior Olympics and won the gold medal.
Grapplers win at Rock Financial
Fight hit the carpet on Monday, with five teams Michigan shared between two pools. On Tuesday morning, Michigan white face Michigan Blue Pool A. Le Blanc won 46-14, allowing no wrestler in the Blue scoring more than three points. At the end matchup, the White take on Ohio Gray. Wrestling action continues Friday at the Rock Financial Showplace in Novi, Michigan
Field Hockey begins play Wednesday at Ocker Field at the University of Michigan. The first match kicks off at 8 o'clock in the morning with a list of four games scheduled for Wednesday. Trampoline and tumbling competitors arrived at Rock Financial Showplace in Novi, Michigan, began recording and Tuesday, as well as athletes jump rope around the nation. The competition in these two events begins on Wednesday of the Rock Financial Showplace.
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