LIKE A G6: HAMISH BOND & ERIC MURRAY’S DOUBLE GOLD WORLD RECORD HEAT – LONDON OLYMPICS DOUBLE SCULLS GOLD 2012
Rowing: Hamish Bond and Eric Murray cleaned up as ”hot favourites for gold, they shattered the world’s best mark for their event on the way to booking a semi-final berth. Added by a tail wind, they smashed the record for the win by clear water on the Eton Dorney course in Buckinghamshire, clocking a slick 6min 08.50sec. Their time eclipsed by 5.77s the previous best set by Britons James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent at the world championships in Seville 10 years ago.”–Craig Stanaway, TVNZ on our World Champion crews. Photo: BBC. That’s Tumeke Awesome!
In multi-layered Kiwi sports slang, Eric Murray said on Facebook: “We didn’t go all balls to the wall.” Well spoken.
Journalist Megan Banks has the sports news report.
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In wider global trends news – Trends tracking statistics:
I’ve been maitaining a blog now for over three years. More than 18,000 blog posts across 3000+ topic categories make up the website. The information, allows you a certain degree of privilege to keep tabs with trends that track democratically, as voted by what trends track on the dailys like a science.
To date, the blog’s audience is over 50% a USA audience in total blog views. Fancy that?!
What do the stats reveal?
Main fact: Water and not oil, is one of the most searched for commodities on a Hollywood themed, news, sports, Kiwi driven website.
Top Ten Topics Today are:
1. Entertainment Celebrity News
3. Hollywood Entertainment News
5. Entertainment News
6. Reality TV Stars
7. Entertainment Distribution
9. Tom Cruise
10. Magazine Covers
Conclusion: The drought in the US must be of more concern than we are all paying attention to. Athletes and sports are so distracting!
[Magazine Cover pick: Soccer star - Japan's Homare Sawa covers Time Magazine 's July 30 2012 - Cover Edition. Chur!]
Song lyrics of water peoples stars TVC & Sports brands endorsement portfolios. In hip hop’s tres clever ebonics, then:
Popping bottles in the ice, like a blizzard/ When we drink we do it right gettin slizzard/ Sippin on, sippin on sizz, Ima ma-make it fizz/ Girl I keep it gangsta, Popping bottles at the crib/ Its that 808 bump, make you put yo hands up/ Make you put yo hands up, put yo, put yo hands up/ Go for gold.–Far East Movement hip hop scribery.
[Retro Smart Water TVC humor - Jennifer Aniston & pals. Like A G:6].
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 29.7.12~
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