AN AKUN DI NA NGANGALIMTAN NGA PANAHON!!!!

Published Nobyembre 30, 2012 by Renelle

Grabe adto an kapaso nga adlaw pero ako adtob la ak it amun gawas sige it pakig minulay  ha mga bata nga mga laya kin eenjoy ko gud adto kai ciring pman”ENJOY YOUR CHILDHOOD BECAUSE THAT IS THE MOST UNFORGETTABLE  TIME OF YOUR LIFE”

Narerember ko lugod an akun pagiging pasaway an pag uuli ko nga damu tak samad ngn tak baho nga baga hn lata.Pirmi gud ako adto kn iinisgan ni mama kai ako la dau an iya anak nga sugad nga lupig pa it bugoy nga umasta pati adto tam surugon nasurrender gud adto ha ak kai baga kuno ak hin lalaki nga sige ako hin saka ha puno han bayabas(kai amu liwat tak pampalipas oras).Anpatarawan pa kai kung dumalagan ak pagka kapitan  madaog gud ak kai hain pa nman kamu nga halos it naukoy ha amun BRGY kai mga sangkai ko malagas man o mabata…

MEET MY IDOL!!!

Published Hulyo 9, 2012 by Renelle

Rachelle Ann Daquis of FEU

“Near To Perfection”The most popular Volleyball Player Of Her Generation

 

When I was just 10years-old I really admire Rachelle Ann Daquis because of her killer spikes that gives her opponents a hard time.Her blocks were like walls in the court that the ball won’t pass her guard. Not only that she’s a great player, it also comes with great looks and brains. She’s a total package. Who won’t admire that kind of woman. She’s acclaimed nationwide for her prowess and achievements. Image

THIS WAS HOW VOLLEYBALL WAS INTRODUCED

Published Hulyo 9, 2012 by Renelle

The game of volleyball, originally called “mintonette”, was invented in 1895 by William G. Morgan, after the invention of basketball by only 4 years. Morgan, a graduate of the Springfield College of the YMCA, designed the game to be a combination of basketball, baseball, tennis and handball.

The first volleyball net, borrowed from tennis, was only 6’6″ high (though you need to remember that the average American was shorter in the 19th century).

The offensive style of setting and spiking was first demonstrated in the Philippines in 1916. Over the years that followed, it became clear that standard rules were needed for tournament play, and thus the USVBA (United States Volleyball Association) was formed in 1928.

Two years later, the first 2-man beach volleyball game was played, though the professional side of the sport did not emerge until much later. Not surprisingly, the first beach volleyball association appeared in California (1965), and the professional players united under the auspices of the AVP (American Volleyball Professionals) in 1983.

During the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, American men and women took gold and silver medals in indoor volleyball competition. Four years later at the Olympics in Korea, the men once again scored gold. Starting in 1996, 2-man beach volleyball was officially introduced to the Olympics. Today, there are more than 800 million volleyball players worldwide, 46 million of them in the U.S.Image