miércoles, 26 de enero de 2011
SPORT AND LEISURE (4/11/2010)
Athletics:an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition.
Track: Athletic events performed on a running track and the field associated with it.
Vest: A vest may also be worn as an outer garment in sports wear, especially in athletics.
Short: cloth that every athelic has to use to practise sport.
Motor Racing: races with motor bikes.
Circuit: plance where people practise motor racing and auto racing.
Swimming: sport, or technique of one that swims.
Pool: An accumulation of standing liquid.
Swimming Costume (women):
Trunks (Men): are a type of men's swimwear style.
Boxing: activity, or sport of fighting with the fists, especially according to rules requiring the use of boxing gloves and limiting.
Ring: the place where people do boxing.
Gloves: cloth what boxers use to box.
Boots: shoes what use the boxers.
Ice hochkey: A game played on ice in which two opposing teams of skaters, using curved sticks, try to drive a puck into the opponent's.
Rink: An area surfaced with smooth ice for skating, hockey, or curling.
Stick: A long-handled stick with one curved end that is used in hockey.
Puck: a vulcanized rubber disk 3 inches in diameter that is used instead of a ball in ice hockey.
Skates: an ice skate worn for playing hockey; has a short blade and a strong boot to protect the feet and ankles.
Ski slopes: a snow-covered slope for skiing. incline, slope, side.
Sticks: usually with a metal point and a disc to prevent it from sinking into the snow,
Ski suit: cloth that is use for ski.
Ski boots: shoes use for ski.
Camping: It is an activity commonly near trees outdoors that implies happening one or more nights in a shop of campaign.
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Jogging: sport that consist runnig.
Aerobic: is an effective physical exercise which is often done to music.
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