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Usain Bolt, the greater sprinter took an heart
melting final bow on the track at the end of the world athletics
championships in London on Monday.
After commencing on a s...
Usain Bolt, the greater sprinter took an heart melting final bow on the track at the end of the world athletics championships in London on Monday.
After commencing on a special lap of honor so slow that you could not believe we were saying farewell to the world's fastest man.
The 30-year-old incredible Jamaican's sprint career ended in pain on the last leg of the 4x100 meters relay final as he crumpled to the ground in the London Stadium with a hamstring injury.
Bolt, who permitted it had been a terrible end to a "stressful" championship for him after losing his 100m crown, said he had felt consoled when one of his fan told him, "Muhammad Ali lost his last fight too so don't be too stressed about it".
It was a wonderful night of celebration for athletics' greatest entertainer, with Bolt honored one last time at the stadium where he achieved the second of his three Olympic sprint doubles.
Asked what he hoped his legacy would be, he paused for a moment before saying: I've proved with hard work anything is possible. I personally think this is a great message to the kids. Push on, be strong, be as good as you can be. That's a good legacy to leave.
Over the hills and beyond the horizon in the Rif Mountains of
Morocco, there is a magical place called Chefchaouen. Its
Moroccos Blue Pearl. The walls of the city are
covered in bl...
Over the hills and beyond the horizon in the Rif Mountains of Morocco, there is a magical place called Chefchaouen. Its Moroccos Blue Pearl. The walls of the city are covered in blue hues from a palette that ranges from royal blue to baby blue and everything in between.
The reason behind all the blue paint? History says former Jewish refugees in the 1930s were the first to take the blue to the walls. The place is too beautiful to be real.
If youre looking for a specific place, youll get lost for hours just trying to find it within the winding pedestrian pathways of Chefchaouen. Each street of the city is defined with tall, blue walls, making it difficult to discern up from down and north from south. Situated on a mountain, Chefchaouens lanes hug its curves.You can catch glimpses of the hills in the distance that look like they go on forever.
A surprising thing that struck me was the temperature. In the sun, its warm, almost hot. It baffled me that the local men walked around wearing thick cloaks with hoods called djellabas that nearly touched the floor.
So what makes Chefchaouen tick? Maybe its because it was the first impression of Morocco I had, but Chefchaouen was one of the most beautiful places Ive ever been to.
If you ask me, there's magic within those walls and behind those doors.
'Leo' Messi was born to be one of the best
footballers. His story shows how.
'Leo' Messi was born to be one of the best footballers. His story shows how.
The tribes in Mali are Bambara which consists
of 31.4%, Fula Macina 9.6%, Soninke 7.4%, Sanghai 6.3% and Dogon
5%. Bambara is one of the largest tribe, who occupy many of the
The tribes in Mali are Bambara which consists of 31.4%, Fula Macina 9.6%, Soninke 7.4%, Sanghai 6.3% and Dogon 5%. Bambara is one of the largest tribe, who occupy many of the civil servant positions. Only the Dogons and the Tuareg are the ones who practice a more traditional way of life.
Dogon is located mainly in the administrative districts of Bandiagara and Douentza. The population in this region is most heavily concentrated along a 200 km stretch of escarpment called the Cliffs of Bandiagara near Timbuktu, South of the Sahara Desert in West Africa.
They are an ethnic group and are approximately 700 Dogon villages. Their homeland has been designated a World Heritage site because of its cultural significance. They are famous for their artistic designs in woodcarvings and elaborated masks. Their dances include over 80 varieties of masks where each of them depends on the type of celebration.
The Fulani of Mali are also known as the Fulfulde or Peul and estimates their number in mali between 850,000 to 1,000,000 people. They are from a sub group known as the Futa Jalon. They are one of the largest nomadic societies in the world covering at least sic nations in West Africa.
The Tuareg or blue men of the desert are one of the ancient nomadic tribes still eking out a desert existence. They are famous for their artwork and their fighting abilities and are a proud race of people.
there are 32 languages listed for Mali but French is the official language and most of the population uses Bambara as its mother tongue. There is a small number of Christians but most of the Malians are Sunni Muslims and a low level of indigenous or traditional animist beliefs.
The food in Mali is similar to that of other areas in west Africa. Fish dishes are popular and include Nile perch which is fried or grilled, stewed or baked.
People in Mali are very creative whether it might be architecture, wood carvings, brass carvings, mud cloth fabric design, gold jewellery, dance or music. They are known for genuine mud cloth with hand painted designs using the traditional methods which have been passed on from many centuries.