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Overweight dogs respond well to high-protein, high-fiber diet, study finds 13/02/2022

Overweight dogs respond well to high-protein, high-fiber diet, study finds

Effect of a restricted calorie diet, high protein and fiber diet on body composition, weight loss, muscle mass, triacylglycerides, insulin and inflammatory markers

Overweight dogs respond well to high-protein, high-fiber diet, study finds A study of overweight dogs fed a reduced calorie, high-protein, high-fiber diet for 24 weeks found that the dogs' body composition and inflammatory markers changed over time in ways that parallel the positive changes seen in humans on similar diets. The dogs achieved a healthier weight without losin...

Courting success: Why the 'head' outsmarts the body in basketball 02/12/2021

Courting success: Why the 'head' outsmarts the body in basketball

Coaches Believe Game intelligence, Work Ethics and Competitiveness are more important than physical fitness in determining success on the basketball court🏀🏀🏀🏀🏀🏀🏀🏀

Courting success: Why the 'head' outsmarts the body in basketball A new study reveals why coaches believe 'game intelligence,' work ethic and competitiveness are far more important than physical fitness in determining success on the basketball court.

19/12/2020

🎄 Season's Greetings to all our wheelchair basketball family and our extended community. 🎄🏀

In a year that has proved extremely challenging for all in so many ways, we hope that 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣1️⃣ brings brighter times ahead!

Stay Safe and Healthy! ❤️

GYSA training highlights 25/01/2020

GYSA training highlights

GYSA training highlights Shared using GoPro

14/12/2019

A few hours to the prestigious . Guess who will be crowned the male footballer of the year 2019?

19/07/2018

"Nothing. This was just a weak batch. I'm sure better days are ahead," journalist and African football expert Mark Gleeson told Al Jazeera. "I don't believe there's a big crisis but at the moment there's a lack of talent in African football." To what exetent is this man correct

09/03/2018

Accuracy moved to 98.8% using Video Assisted Review from 93% without considering analysis of 1000 games. Professor Werner Helsen. This was long overdue

07/04/2017

FIFA Bureau of the Council. The Top in football

Chairman: INFANTINO Gianni

Members:

CHUNG David (OFC)

AL KHALIFA Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim (AFC)

DOMINGUEZ Alejandro (CONMEBOL)

MONTAGLIANI Victor (CONCACAF)

CEFERIN Aleksander (UEFA)

AHMAD Ahmad (CAF)

07/04/2017

Bureau of the Council recommends slot allocation for the 2026 FIFA World Cup™
(FIFA.com) 30 Mar 2017
The FIFA World Cup Trophy prior to
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The Bureau of the FIFA Council – comprised of the FIFA President and the presidents of each of the six confederations – convened this Thursday at the Home of FIFA in Zurich and agreed on a proposed slot allocation for the FIFA World Cup™ as of the 2026 edition.

The recommendation will now be submitted for the ratification of the FIFA Council, whose next meeting is scheduled for 9 May in Manama, Bahrain, two days prior to the 67th FIFA Congress.

After 10 January, when the FIFA Council unanimously decided on expanding the FIFA World Cup to a 48-team competition, FIFA, the confederations and the Member Associations engaged in a consultation process, which resulted in the proposal recommended by the Bureau of the Council. According to this proposal, the split of direct berths is as follows:

Slot allocation*

· AFC: 8 direct slots

· CAF: 9 direct slots

· CONCACAF: 6 direct slots

· CONMEBOL: 6 direct slots

· OFC: 1 direct slot

· UEFA: 16 direct slots

* The host country would also automatically qualify for the FIFA World Cup, and its slot would be taken from the quota of its confederation. In the event of co-hosting, the number of host countries to qualify automatically would be decided by the FIFA Council.

Play-off tournament for two remaining slots
The above allocation accounts for 46 of the 48 participating teams. The proposal reviewed by the Bureau of the Council includes a play-off tournament involving six teams to decide the last two FIFA World Cup berths:

- One team per confederation with the exception of UEFA + one additional team from the confederation of the host country;

- Two teams to be seeded based on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. The seeded teams will play for a FIFA World Cup berth against the winners of the first two knockout games involving the four unseeded teams;

- Tournament to be played in the host country(ies) and to be used as a test event for the FIFA World Cup;

- Existing play-off window of November 2025 suggested as tentative date for the 2026 edition.

30/03/2017

Move for Health Day

Every year, around 10 May, WHO Member States are encouraged to promote physical activity with national activities - the day is known as "Move for Health Day". The day provides a focal point to generate public awareness of the benefits of physical activity in the prevention of noncommunicable diseases. It is up to each individual Member State to plan and organize the activities.

“Move for Health" refers to moderate to vigorous physical activity of any type that anyone can perform anywhere to improve health. In addition, it refers to how individuals, communities and nations can promote their health and well-being through healthy lifestyles.

Four main objectives

The main objectives of national and global actions on Move for Health Day are to:
generate public awareness of the benefits of physical activity in the prevention of noncommunicable diseases;
advocate the benefits of physical activity and give attention to good practice;
increase population-wide physical activity participation in all domains (leisure time, transport, work) and settings (school, community, home, workplace);
promote healthy behaviours and lifestyles and address health-related issues through sports and physical activity, such as no to***co use, healthy diet, reduction of violence, stress and social isolation.

30/03/2017

Come 6th/04/2017 The world physical activity will be commemorated with a walk and the the Vice Chancellor Kyambogo University will be the chief Walker. Will keep you updated till the day

28/03/2017

Screening young athletes to prevent sudden cardiac arrest not proven to save lives

Screening young athletes to prevent sudden cardiac arrest not proven to save lives.
Summary:
Young athletes should not undergo screening to prevent sudden cardiac arrest because it is not proven to save lives, suggests an analysis of the available evidence, adding that the harms outweigh any benefits.
Study recommends:
Coaches and players should be trained in pulmonary resuscitation, and defibrillators should be available at all sporting venues to improve chances of survival after a cardiac arrest.
Date: April 20, 2016
Source: BMJ
For more information access through https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160420211128.htm

Screening young athletes to prevent sudden cardiac arrest not proven to save lives Young athletes should not undergo screening to prevent sudden cardiac arrest because it is not proven to save lives, suggests an analysis of the available evidence, adding that the harms outweigh any benefits.

28/03/2017

Rate of injuries among youth soccer players doubled, new study finds. Researchers found rate of head injuries increased 1600 percent. Summary: From 1990 through 2014, the number of soccer-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments in the US each year increased by 78 percent and the yearly rate of injuries increased by 111 percent among youth 7-17 years of age, a new article reports. How about in Uganda right now. There should be a way to monitor injuries such that there the rate is checked. Conservative estimates by Mwaka Edwin, (2012) of a study was more a significant prevalence. More studies need to be carried out

Timeline photos 28/03/2017

Timeline photos

The interactions between team mates and opponents in basketball are constantly influencing each other while the game itself allows for creative behaviours to emerge. This phenomenon resembles the way in which living things must continually evolve in order to survive in nature, say scientists.
Credit: © Monkey Business / Fotolia

Timeline photos 28/03/2017

The interactions between team mates and opponents in basketball are constantly influencing each other while the game itself allows for creative behaviours to emerge. This phenomenon resembles the way in which living things must continually evolve in order to survive in nature, say scientists.
Credit: © Monkey Business / Fotolia

Timeline photos 28/03/2017

How does a soccer ball swerve? The smoothness of a ball’s surface — in addition to playing technique — is a critical factor. The Magnus Effect
Credit: Jose-Luis Olivares/MIT

31/05/2016

In professional team sport, a preoccupation with the outcome of competition itself is common – who won and who lost – above and beyond a side’s performance. While wins and losses are undeniably the end game for clubs and fans, as a sole focus it is not always valid. Uneven competition conditions exist in almost every professional sporting league around the world. Meeting your expectation should be the main preoccupation. What is your take?

31/05/2016

Biological passport: Effective fight or futile failure? Hint - Drug abuse.

31/05/2016

Biological passport: Effective fight or futile failure? Hint - Drug abuse

17/05/2016

Government needs Sports Than Sports Needs Government Now. As soon as it engages technocrats in this Industry the better. Why?

05/04/2016

We wait for the results of this study.

Timeline photos 09/02/2016

Good times. Wonder whether kids today have this quality time to do what they like most

Photos from Intel Sport International's post 09/02/2016

Photos from Intel Sport International's post

Photos from Intel Sport International's post 09/02/2016

Bananas are good but we are facing a problem in place by commercial people who want to quicken how fast the fruit ripen. They bend the rules to have a business advantage at the expense of your health. Scrutinize the two Bananas so as to eat the right Bananas

6 Moves for Stronger Knees 29/10/2015

6 Moves for Stronger Knees

6 Moves for Stronger Knees Follow these techniques to strengthen your knees for optimal weightlifting performance.

Timeline photos 28/10/2015

Timeline photos

SLIMMING PILLS COULD ENDANGER YOUR LIFE - HERE IS WHY.

Slimming products illegally on the market have been found to contain dangerous substances which increase the risk of heart attack and stroke or may cause cancer. Use healthy means of reducing weight such as having a balanced diet and regular exercise

Be Steady; Use Medicine Well.

Mobile uploads 08/10/2015

Acting FIFA ISSA Hayatou

Mobile uploads 02/10/2015

Good game Diane Mukasa

Mobile uploads 02/10/2015

Good job Diane Mukasa

Mobile uploads 25/09/2015

Coaches respect the youthful athletes

13/09/2015

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Mobile uploads 10/09/2015

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Mobile uploads 10/09/2015

Before you act on any criticism think thoroughly

27/05/2015

Swiss open criminal proceedings in 2018, ‘22 World Cup votes

6 FIFA officials arrested in separate US corruption probe

Published — Wednesday 27 May 2015
Arab News



ZURICH: Swiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, throwing FIFA deeper into crisis only hours after six soccer officials were arrested Wednesday in a separate US corruption probe.
The Swiss prosecutors’ office said in a statement they seized “electronic data and documents” at FIFA’s headquarters on Wednesday as part of their probe. And Swiss police said they will question 10 FIFA executive committee members who took part in the World Cup votes in December 2010.
The Swiss investigation against “persons unknown on suspicion of criminal mismanagement and of money laundering” again throws into the doubt the integrity of the voting to award Russia the 2018 World Cup and the 2022 tournament to Qatar.
The announcement came only hours after six soccer officials were arrested and detained by Swiss police pending extradition at the request of US authorities after a raid at a luxury hotel in Zurich. FIFA President Sepp Blatter was not among them.
The case involves bribes “totaling more than $100 million” linked to commercial deals dating back to the 1990s for soccer tournaments in the United States and Latin America, the Swiss Federal Office of Justice said in a statement.
It was unclear if the probe was linked to the 1994 World Cup hosted by the United States.
The Swiss prosecutors’ office said the US probe was separate from its investigation but that authorities were working together.
Dozens of soccer officials are in Switzerland for the FIFA congress and presidential election, where Blatter is widely expected to win a fifth term at the helm of the governing body of world soccer.
“He is not one of the ones arrested. He is not involved at all,” FIFA spokesman Walter de Gregorio told The Associated Press. “We are trying to find out more from the police.”
Blatter had been scheduled to attend a meeting of the Confederation of African Football in a different downtown Zurich hotel, but he canceled his appearance.
FIFA called a news conference for 11:00 a.m. (0900 GMT) at its headquarters and the Swiss justice department said it expected to confirm the nationalities of those detained later Wednesday.
Blatter’s only opponent in Friday’s presidential election, Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein of Jordan, said it was “a sad day for football,” but declined to comment further.
The arrests were made at the lakeside Baur au Lac Hotel in downtown Zurich, long favored as a place for senior FIFA officials to stay. It was the stage for intense lobbying for votes ahead of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosting decisions in December 2010.
Among the people arrested in Zurich was Costa Rica soccer federation president Eduardo Li, according to the New York Times. He was later seen leaving the hotel in a car with law enforcement officials.
Li was elected to the FIFA executive committee in March and will formally join the Blatter-chaired panel on Friday.
The North American regional body, known as CONCACAF, reported itself to US tax authorities in 2012. Then based in New York, the organization had not paid taxes over several years when its president was Jack Warner of Trinidad and Tobago and secretary general was Chuck Blazer of the United States.
Warner left soccer in 2011 to avoid FIFA sanctions in a bribery scandal during that year’s presidential election. Blazer left in 2013 and is reported by the New York Daily News to be cooperating with the FBI in a probe of corruption in soccer.
Warner’s successor as CONCACAF leader and FIFA vice president, Jeffery Webb of the Cayman Islands, was staying at the Baur au Lac this week. It was unclear if he was detained.
The Swiss Federal Office of Justice said in its statement that US authorities suspect the six arrested officials of having received or paid bribes totaling millions of dollars and that the crimes were agreed to and prepared in the US, and payments carried out via US banks.
The FOJ said the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York is investigating the individuals on suspicion of the acceptance of bribes and kick-backs between the early 1990s and now.
“The bribery suspects — representatives of sports media and sports promotion firms — are alleged to have been involved in schemes to make payments to the soccer functionaries (FIFA delegates) and other functionaries of FIFA sub-organizations — totaling more than USD 100 million,” the FOJ statement said. “In return, it is believed that they received media, marketing, and sponsorship rights in connection with soccer tournaments in Latin America.”
A statement in German added that the probe involved tournaments in the United States.
The Zurich Cantonal Police were questioning the detainees.
International media gathered at the street entrance of the Baur au Lac in scenes reminiscent of the World Cup votes won by Russia and Qatar more than four years ago.
Then, former President Bill Clinton was inside meeting FIFA voters who later rejected the American bid in favor of Qatar, and Britain’s Prince William was part of the losing English bid team.
Suspicions of vote-buying and wrongdoing in those bidding contests have dogged FIFA ever since.
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AP Sports Writer Rob Harris contributed to this report.

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