Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Nightmare on Birmingham Street

So as I was saying, the Nightmare was just beginning. Not only that we got upset by Italy, and that we were out the medal contention, there was another huge upset that day. Great-Britain lost to France. This was another … Continue reading

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The Fall to a Wake-up Call

I Know that the World championships are over and I have been back in Canada for 3 days already. The truth is that I have not written since day 14. The day that everything that seemed so good went so … Continue reading

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DAY 13: Happy Thanksgiving!!!

I know I havent been writing as much as the beginning of this journey besides little game recaps. The main reason is that I am mostly focused on the games and trying to rest as much as possible. We’ve been … Continue reading

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DAY 12: ALLEZ LES BLEUS! ALLEZ LES BLEUS!

On this day, We faced the French. In the morning we had a video session. Clips that showed they’re strenght and tendencies. France has ont of the fastest players in the world. A friend of mine named Sofyan. He is … Continue reading

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DAY 11: ALLEGRIA!!! Oups I Mean Algeria!

Wow, I apologize to all readers. I havent updated my blog in a few days now. I’ll make it up to you. Well on day 11, we faced Algeria. A team that we did not have a chance to play … Continue reading

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DAY 10: Hey!!!! TEQUILLA!!

Today, we played Mexico. I like that team mostly because they upset Bresil last september at qualifiers in Vancouver. Also because I have the most respect for the’re leader Raoul Ortega. He is a amazing player. I met him for … Continue reading

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DAY 9: Let the games begin

Today the team and I are geting more and more anxious to start playing. We will have to wait one more day though cause we dont play on the first day. We did have opening ceremonies. We waited for a … Continue reading

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