This is a story about Bethany Hamilton. Bethany was swimming one day and, she got attacked by a shark. Bethany’s friend Alana had come in the water to help her. Bethany was 13 years old when she got attacked. Bethany woke up in the hospital.
Bathany Hamilton is a young girl who loves to surf. Bathany has been surfing ever since she was a toddler. Bathany lives in Kauai, Hawaii. At the age of 13 Bathany was attacked by a doing something she loved. Bathany Hamilton was resilient because she went to rehab.
One key aspect for people who are trying to rise above adversity is to never give up. By giving up and quitting, they are simply giving into fear and letting it overtake them. Diana Nyad, a speaker at a TEDtalk in 2013 was practically an expert at never giving up. She had a goal since she was 20 years old to swim across the ocean and didn’t achieve this goal unlit her 60’s. During those many year, Nyad was told a countless amount of times that this plan was impossible.
My field experience consisted of attending 3 Newton’s high school volleyball practices and the end of the season playoffs. Upon arrival I was greeted by old friends that are a part of the program. The coaches were not there yet so it was the girls and captains responsibility to set up nets and begin practice. The girls socialized for majority of the time and waited last minute to put up the nets. Once nets were up they would began to stretch and warm up then begin practice without the coaches.
As a spectacle of sheer pleasure, the Gidget sphere spawned numerous materials of surfing in pop culture, that was embedded as an ideal image of how one desires to live, also grounding surfing as a responsible sport to manifest how wholesome and productive surfers were. Women’s surfing, though solely the fashion had changed that spiked economic industry till the late 20th century, still slid an increase of new generation female surfers into the
One summer Aimee and her family vacationed in Jersey Shore. She was swimming when she suddenly got caught in a rip current. She had to do some quick thinking “And all I could think to do was pop off these legs and put one under each armpit, with the peach feet sticking up and just bob thinking, Someone’s gotta find me.” “And a lifeguard did.” From a young age, Aimee used her disadvantage to an advantage. Without the buoyant legs, Aimee may not be alive. Aimee found her mental strength to overcome a tough obstacle and used her prosthetics for
If you just picked up your first longboard and you 're itching to try it out, we suggest taking a deep breath and reading up on a few surfing tips. Unfortunately, jumping on your longboard for the first time without learning a few simple how-to 's can lead to a disastrous beginning. Below we 've listed 5 tips that will help you have a successful longboarding experience. 1. The back of the board is your friend.
I was happy because I could ride her longboard and it was really fun. While Sisi, Hannah, and Sydney were passing a volleyball I was riding the longboard around. After a few hours we all got bored of passing the volleyball and being at east. We decided to go back to Hannah and, I was going to ride the longboard. Sisi told me not to go down a hill and I said I wouldn 't.
I started the swim program back in 2010 my daughter, Kasey Rein; she wanted me to start it because she knew she would place at State. She was the only swimmer through 2010-11, since no one else knew how to swim. Afterwards high school students started to join swimming. The twins started high school swimming in their freshman year, but swam for King Marlin Swim Club since they were nine years old and had made it to the senior level (highest level) at club swimming.