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  • 1. Olympic Values
  • 2. Olympic Values By Ella Schroder
  • 3. Olympic Values By Ella Schroder
  • 4. By Ella Schroder
  • 5. Pursuit of excellence
  • 6. Pursuit of excellence
  • 7. Pursuit of excellencePursuit of excellence has changed a lot over theyears. Because back in the ancient olympicsthere werent things like blades for people thatonly had half a leg. Something else that wasntin the ancient olympics is the LZR Racer swimsuit which has given the athletes that use it ahuge advantage! This swim suit was created bySpeedo and NASA and it reduces skin fractiondrag by covering more skin then traditionalswim suits and allowing the person wearing itto go faster. In 2008 athletes wearing the LZRRacer broke 13 world records! The LZR Racerhas now been banned from the olympicsbecause it covered to much skin and gave theathletes that wore it a huge advantage and itwasnt fair on the athletes that didnt have one.
  • 8. Pursuit of excellence has changed a lot over theyears. Because back in the ancient olympicsthere werent things like blades for people thatonly had half a leg. Something else that wasntin the ancient olympics is the LZR Racer swimsuit which has given the athletes that use it ahuge advantage! This swim suit was created bySpeedo and NASA and it reduces skin fractiondrag by covering more skin then traditionalswim suits and allowing the person wearing itto go faster. In 2008 athletes wearing the LZRRacer broke 13 world records! The LZR Racerhas now been banned from the olympicsbecause it covered to much skin and gave theathletes that wore it a huge advantage and itwasnt fair on the athletes that didnt have one.
  • 9. Oscar Pistorius
  • 10. Oscar Pistorius
  • 11. Oscar Pistorius Oscar Pistorius is a South African sprint runner and is known as the blade runner and the fasted man with no legs. He holds the world record for T44 in the 100, 200 and 400 meters and uses Cheetah Flex-Foot carbon fibre transtibial artificial limbs. In 2007 he took part in his first international competitions for able-bodied athletes but some people thought he had an unfair advantage because of his blades. The same year the International Association of Athletics Federations banned lots of things like blades and stuff like that from the olympics. Since things like blades were banned from the olympics Oscar couldnt take part in them. In 2008 the decision was then reversed so Oscar could of competed in the 2008 games he did not make the team. But in 2012 Oscar competed in the olympics and became the first double leg amputee to participate in the olympic games. Thats why I think Oscar Pistorius is a great example of pursuit of excellence!
  • 12. Oscar Pistorius is a South African sprint runner and is known as the blade runner and the fasted man with nolegs. He holds the world record for T44 in the 100, 200 and 400 meters and uses Cheetah Flex-Foot carbonfibre transtibial artificial limbs. In 2007 he took part in his first international competitions for able-bodied athletes but some people thought he had an unfair advantage because of his blades. The same year the International Association of Athletics Federationsbanned lots of things like blades and stuff like that from the olympics. Since things like blades were banned from the olympics Oscar couldnt take part in them. In 2008 the decision was then reversed so Oscar could ofcompeted in the 2008 games he did not make the team. But in 2012 Oscar competed in the olympics and became the first double leg amputee to participate in the olympic games. Thats why I think Oscar Pistorius is a great example of pursuit of excellence!
  • 13. Oscar Pistorius is a South African sprint runner and is known as the blade runner and the fasted man with nolegs. He holds the world record for T44 in the 100, 200 and 400 meters and uses Cheetah Flex-Foot carbonfibre transtibial artificial limbs. In 2007 he took part in his first international competitions for able-bodied athletes but some people thought he had an unfair advantage because of his blades. The same year the International Association of Athletics Federationsbanned lots of things like blades and stuff like that from the olympics. Since things like blades were banned from the olympics Oscar couldnt take part in them. In 2008 the decision was then reversed so Oscar could ofcompeted in the 2008 games he did not make the team. But in 2012 Oscar competed in the olympics and became the first double leg amputee to participate in the olympic games. Thats why I think Oscar Pistorius is a great example of pursuit of excellence!
  • 14. Boris Onishchenko
  • 15. Boris Onishchenko
  • 16. Boris Onishchenko Boris Onishchenko was the favourite to win the fencing back in the 1976 olympic games. He is also a good example of an Olympic cheater! To cheat at theOlympics most people just take drugs but Boris put a buttonon his fencing sword and whenyou push that button it adds apoint to the score board even if it didnt touch his opponent! Thats what I call cheating!
  • 17. Boris Onishchenko was the favourite to win the fencing back in the 1976 olympic games. He is also a good example of an Olympic cheater! To cheat at theOlympics most people just take drugs but Boris put a buttonon his fencing sword and whenyou push that button it adds apoint to the score board even if it didnt touch his opponent! Thats what I call cheating!