And this is the reason why I created this blog. Apparently, I am not a super health conscious momma but am trying to at least work my way to keep myself healthy by changing my daily habits on food, activities, exercise and the like. I will be doing a lot of research in staying healthy, being healthy and keeping yourself in top shape and I will share them with all of you. Be sure to stay tuned to this blog for more healthy tips. Ciao!
Google today features a doodle to salute all athletes competing inThe 2012 Summer Olympic Games which will officially open tonight, July 27 in London.
The doodle depicts five athletes on the track holding the g-o-o-g-l-e letters. We can see football, swimming, running/jumping, javelin throw, fencing representatives each carrying the letters. A football and a basketball are also depicted on each end.
This year’s games would comprise the 30th modern Olympic Games with 10,500 athletes from 204 countries on the list to participate in 302 events in 26 sports.
Watch the Torch Relay highlights for this year’s event:
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Kiev, Ukraine. Spain beats Italy at 4-0 to win the UEFA EURO 2012. Spain wins its second European Championship, adding a third title to its cap (who says cup?) Sunday night.
No, it was actually the opposite of being boring as most has criticized team Spain over the years…they controlled the ball, dominated midfield and strung together pass after pass even when the game has just started.
After only 14 minutes, David Silva got the first goal. His header came at the end of an outstanding move that saw Cesc Fabregas cut the ball back from the touchline. That send us, team Spain fans, to go on a wild cheer! From that point on, it was a game that we knew would be owned by Spain.
It was such a rush of adrenaline for those watching when left back Jordi Alba charged almost the full length of the field to deliver a cool-headed finish for the team’s second goal. All the more when 10 minutes left in the game, Fernando Torres and Juan Mata each scored a goal to end the game leaving Italy with no chance of a comeback.
By winning the Euro 2012, Spain was written down in history as the only team to win three major championships. Those include Euro 2008 Champion, World Cup 2010 Champ and Euro 2012 Champ. To borrow Ricky Martin’s famous single, which was also the 1998 FIFA World Cup’s official song: Ale Ale Ale Ale! Fitting for our Spanish champions!