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Women In Sport - Hassiba Boulmerka - Algeria

She represented Algeria and is now 47 years old (when the story was written). She was part of the competition in the 1500 meter race in 1992, and she came out the victor. She won her country its first Olympics gold medal and became the first Algerian female athlete to win an Olympic title.
She was born on1968 in Constantine, Algeria. She started running seriously at the age of ten, specializing in the 800m and 1500m. She was victorious in national and regional races.
Images via Google images.   Source of edited article content: Wear & Cheer

Zambia’s tourism light shining bright

At that moment, when explorer David Livingstone gazed upon the magnificence of a 1,708 kilometre stretch of water seemingly creating a curtain as it cascaded over a 108-metre high cliff, heaven must have opened a great light upon the country’s tourism industry that draws millions of tourists towards Zambia to encounter this natural wonder.

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“It had never been seen before by European eyes, but scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight,” Dr Livingstone wrote of the falls, and in doing so placed on the hearts of many, the desire to witness such a wonder.

This desire has seen the breathtaking falls, named as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, a feature on the bucket list of millions of people who want to gaze upon this sight before they join Dr Livingstone’s angels, literally.

In 1947 at the tender age of 21, the present Queen of England, Elizabeth II, and her family visited the falls named after her gr…

Zambia: Turismo - el gigante durmiente



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