A diving watch is a specially designed watch for divers to wear under water. Standard diver’s watch has a water resistance of 200-300 meters which is equivalent to 660-990 meters. With new technology, modernized watches are designed to resist water for much more depth. According to international standards, a watch which can go to a [...]
World Masters Games
The World Masters Games is a competition like no other. The idea is to participate regardless of age or disability. Thus, 28 292 participants from 95 countries lined up in the 28 events on the program. For more information about readers are invited to visit the website of the world winter masters games 2010 website here http://www.2010mastersgames.com/.
It includes most of the classic sports such as athletics, swimming and basketball. However, the most surprising part of the World Masters Games is that they include a large number of unusual competitions like bowling, orienteering and water rescue!
Participants include many strangers who came to measure up to older people worldwide. One of the most popular participants of the World Masters Games was none other than the Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark who entered into the sailing competition among former members of the Olympic Games. Christmas Morrow, a swimmer who competed in 1936 Berlin Olympics also participated in the games. Also note the presence of gold medalists such as Ivanov and Russian Kotenko in water polo competitions.