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It took football 80 years, doctors, high tech diagnostic equipment, and years of scientific studies to figure out that smashing your head into each other at high velocity with high mass athletes causes damage to the brain?
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Krista Hawkins earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development with academic honors followed by a Master’s Degree in Counseling Education from Illinois State University. She is a also a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Holistic Health Coach.
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With Summer Dreamers in 2018, #SDA18, our regular, daily, Swim & Water Polo Team Meeting is going to include some circle time. This new program wrinkle comes on the wake of a school district push to Restorative Justice.
A few years ago, a friend, Richard King, PhD, helped to launch and lead a practice with circles with the students in a program he championed, Mindful Gardening. He is not leading any SDA activities in 2018., sadly.
In 2017 as well as in the early part of 2018, I would have welcomed the on going use of restorative practices within PPS programs. The kids were fine. I needed the circles among a few of the adults who were going in different directions.
This offers a dramatic mind shift for some at PPS. With us at the swim pool, not so much. Sure, it is a new wrinkle. New touchstones are going to be needed. But we have always had an approach that gives students a voice, some choices, and builds upon respect.
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Caeleb set a new record in the 50-yard free at NCAA Championships — bettering the prior record by 3%. This has created a buzz in the world of swimming, for great reason.
Nearly sixty years on and this video is still one of the most iconic sporting moments in history. Roger Bannister had intended to retire after the 1952 Olympics, but having only come in 4th in the 1500m final, he hung on for another two years to make an attempt on the holy grail of middle distance running, breaking the time of a four minute mile.
The video is a replay with the runner’s voice recounting the experience. He said twice, “he was full of running.” I love the quote, “I felt that a moment of a lifetime had come.”
Two other milers had the same intent of Bannister and were out to break that 4-minute-mile record: John Landy of Australia and Wes Santee of the USA. Bannister ran early in the season at the track called Iffley Road in Oxford, and, he was paced by his old friends Brasher and Chataway. He came home under the magical time, taking 2 seconds off of Gunder Hägg’s nine year old mile world record. Amazingly after all the hype, the Bannister record only stood for six weeks. Then it was to John Landy who ran 3:57.9 in Finland.
Bannister then went on that season to defeat Landy in the “Mile of the Century” in the Empire Games, before winning the European 1500-meter title and then retiring from the sport at the age of 25.
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