Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Roger Federer with Wife and Kids Pics 2011

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Roger Federer Profile,Bio and Images 2011

Roger Federer 

Profile:

Born: August 08, 1981, in Basel, Switzerland
Residence: Switzerland
Plays: Right-handed (single-handed backhand)
Height: 6'1'' (186 cm)
Weight: 187lbs (85 kg)
Hair color: Dark brown
Eye color: Brown
Hobbies: Sports (golf, soccer, skiing), friends, Playstation, music, playing cards
Former idols: Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg
Rank: 1
Champions race: 1
Grand Slam titles: 15
Tournement titles singles: 61
Tournement titles doubles: 7
Olympic medals: 1 Gold (Beijing 2008, doubles)
Biography:

Athlete. Born on August 8, 1981, in Basel, Switzerland. His parents, Robert Federer and Lynette Du Rand, met while on a business trip for a pharmaceutical company where they both worked.
Federer took an interest in sports at an early age, playing tennis and soccer at the age of 8. The young athlete excelled at athletics, and by the age of 11 he was among the top 3 junior tennis players in Switzerland. At the age of 12, he decided to quit other sports and focus all his efforts on tennis, which he felt he excelled at more naturally. By the age of 14, he was fully immersed in the game, playing 2-3 tournaments per month, and practicing 6 hours of the game a week along with up to 3 hours of conditioning. To perfect his technique, he often imitated his idols, Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg.
At 14, he became the national junior champion in Switzerland, and was chosen to train at the Swiss National Tennis Center in Ecublens, and had his his first sponsorship by the age of 16. He joined the International Tennis Federation junior tennis circuit in July 1996. In 1998, shortly before he turned pro Federer won the junior Wimbledon title and the Orange Bowl. He was recognized as the ITF World Junior Tennis champion of the year.
In 1998, he won the Wimbledon boys' singles and doubles titles in 1998 and turned professional later that year. At Wimbledon 2001 he caused a sensation by knocking out reigning singles champion Pete Sampras in the fourth round. In 2003, following a successful season on grass, Federer became the first Swiss man to win a Grand Slam title when he became Wimbledon singles champion.
At the beginning of 2004, Federer had a world ranking of number 2, and during that year won the Australian Open, the U.S. Open, the ATP Masters, and retained the Wimbledon singles title. He was ranked number 1 at the start of 2005 and his successes that year include the Wimbledon singles title for a third successive year, and the U.S. Open.
Federer held on to his number 1 ranking at the start of 2006, winning the Australian Open, his fourth successive Wimbledon singles title, and his third successive U.S. Open. Continuing to dominate the sport, the right-handed champion won the singles title at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open again as well as the Australian Open in 2007. Currently ranked No. 1 on the ATP Tour, Federer has been named Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award three times??in 2005, 2006, and 2007.
Federer was in the finals for a sixth U.S. Open win, and with the option of victory came the possibility of breaking several records. Federer lost, however, to Juan Martin del Potro.
When he's not on tour, Federer lives in Oberwil, Switzerland. Outside of tennis, he established the Roger Federer Foundation to support projects that help children learn worldwide and that promote sports in his native Switzerland.
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Monday, 26 September 2011

JJ Gagiano Profile,Bio and Images 2011

JJ Gagiano

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Name: JJ Gagiano
DOB: August 14, 1985
Position: Number eight, flank
Weight: 100 kg (220 lb)
Height: 191cm (6 ft 3 in)
Club: Eastern Province
Debut: v Uruguay, November 8, 2008
Place of Birth: Cape Town (South Africa)
Country: USA
Biography:

Since then, JJ - who also captained UCT in the 2009 tournament - has come to the attention of USA rugby scouts and he made his Test debut, off the bench, for his adopted country (he qualifies for the Eagles through his mother) against Uruguay in November 2008.
JJ has gone on to start a Test for America - against Georgia - as well as picking up his debut try - against Six Nations giants Wales - and he is hopeful of being part of the American squad at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand.
A hard-working No.8 or blindside flank, in the mould of former Bok skipper Gary Teichmann, JJ matriculated from top Cape Town rugby school Bishops in 2003 - following in the footsteps of Robbie Fleck, Selborne Boome and Dave von Hoesslin - all of whom played for the Boks in the 1990s after attending Bishops.
JJ will play Varsity Cup rugby once again in 2010, having also spent a few months on loan with Italian Super 10 club, Rugby Roma, in 2009.
He is now playing Currie Cup rugby for the Mighty Kings in Port Elizabeth.
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Sebastian Vettel with Girlfriend Pics 2011

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Sebastian Vettel Profile,Bio and Images 2011

Sebastian Vettel

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Name:Sebastian Vettel
Born:July 3, 1987 in Heppenheim, Germany
Team:Red Bull
Height:5'7"
Weight:132 lbs.
Hobbies:Motorsport, mountain biking, swimming
Biography:

Vettel was born in Heppenheim, West Germany in July 1987
Vettel started racing karts in 1995, winning various titles such as the Junior Monaco Kart Cup (2001). In 2003, he upgraded to open-wheel cars, and won the 2004 German Formula BMW Championship with 18 victories from 20 races. In 2005 he drove for ASL Mucke Motorsport in the Formula Three Euroseries. He was placed fifth in the final standings with 64 points, winning the year's top rookie honours. He did not win any races, but this was largely due to the championship's domination by Lewis Hamilton. Despite this, he tested the Williams FW27 Formula One car on September 27 as a reward for this Formula BMW success. He then went on to test for the BMW Sauber team.
At the start of the 2009 season, Vettel replaced the retired David Coulthard at Red Bull Racing, and began strongly at the AustralianGrand Prix, qualifying third and running in second for the majority of the race. However, a clash with Robert Kubica over second place on the third to last lap of the race forced both to retire. Vettel attempted to finish the race on three wheels behind the safety car to salvage some points, but eventually pulled off to the side. He thought that he would be able to attempt this because the yellow flag resulting from his incident forbids overtaking; instead he was given a ten-place grid penalty for the next race, the Malaysian Grand Prix, and his team was fined for instructing him to stay on track after the damage occurred In Malaysia he qualified in third position, but was demoted down to 13th due to his ten-place grid drop. He spun out of the race while eighth, just before the race was stopped due to adverse weather conditions. However in China he went on to take pole position, the first for the Red Bull Racing team. He went on to win the race ahead of team-mate Mark Webber, again a first for his team, which scored its first victory and one-two finish in the same race.
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Friday, 23 September 2011

Ben Foden with Girlfriend Pics 2011

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Thursday, 22 September 2011

Ben Foden Profile,Bio and Images 2011

Ben Foden

Profile:

Squad:Northampton Saints
Position:Full back
Age:26
Height:1.83m (6'0")
Weight:93kg (14st 9lb)
Caps:19






Biography:

A switch three seasons ago from Sale Sharks to Northampton Saints gave Ben Foden the opportunity that he yearned to play at scrum half. With it came a first cap when he appeared off the bench for Harry Ellis against Italy in February 2009 and he has subsequently started 16 of England’s past 17 Tests at full back. They include his RWC debut against Argentina in Dunedin in September 2011.
He also had the distinction of gaining more metres (100.6) in the 2011 RBS 6 Nations than any other player in the Championship. Teammate Chris Ashton was third with 74, half a metre behind Maxime M├ędard, of France.
Ben also helped the Sharks to their 2006 Guinness Premiership title triumph. Educated at Bromsgrove School and Manchester University, he scored 19 tries in 24 games for his home city club Chester, where his father Rob was head coach. Going into the 2011-12 campaign, he had appeared in 97 Premiership matches and scored 21 tries.
Elder brother and fly half Tom, who played at full back for Birmingham & Solihull, guested for Bedford against the Barbarians in the Mobbs Memorial Match two years ago and joined fellow Premiership club Rotherham Titans in the summer of 2011.
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