Tuesday, 16 August 2016

If I were at the olympics

Every 4 years the Olympic games are held. People from countries around the world represent their countries at the Olympics. They can also show the world what they can do. When the olympics is  being held in different countries. It can actually help the population there for some people to become athletes and for other people from other countries become inspired. The olympics also helps what kind of sports they do.

When Justin Gatlin trains. People like his coach manager and others. Help him set up hyper speed cameras so that when it takes photos they see the structure of how he runs so they can see how they can make him faster.They also train, detrain a little bit and build back up for another championship. Other Athletes do other things like swimming, running weight lifting and more so that they can get better at what they can do to improve.

Coaches, Trainers, Nutritionist, Physiotherapist, Sports Psychologist and many others are trying to find a way to make each athlete become a miller second faster. In order to achieve a medal the athletes use Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to bring themself and their team to olympic glory. The Technology team take a video of the athletes doing their event and tell them what they can improve and how they can improve it.

When an athlete wins they are Happy Excited joyful but they also cry with tears of joy and they celebrate. But when athletes lose they are angry sad and disappointed in there self that they didn’t win. For Example Usain Bolt won the men's 100m race with Yohan Blake and they went around hugging their supporters. So I hope to be at the olympics one day.

Walt: collate and synthesise information into our own words
Walt: write from the perspective of another person
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1 comment:

  1. Hi Sheales,
    I really like how you imagined yourself being in the Olympics and competing in the Olympics. Keep up the good work Sheales.

    From Samoa