Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Winter Learning Journey W1:D6


This year they are adding 2 new sports into the rio olympics golf and rugby 7s i can't  wait,
because rugby 7s has  always been one of my favorite sports and golf is one of new zealand's
strongest sports because of Lydia Ko, she is a 19 year old teenager  in 1st place and she was the first 16 year old to compete in the female golf competition thingy .

Now let's talk rugby 7s,  rugby 7s  is also one of new zealand's strongest sport  as new zealand currently holds the record  for most won titles which is 12 my thoughts are new zealand
Will come either  1st or 2nd and they will play fiji  in the final those are just my thoughts on
What i think might happen . anyways that's all for today but don't be sad because i will have a brand new blog post tomorrow bye for now

5 comments:

  1. Hi David!

    I really enjoyed reading your post about golf and rugby sevens. I like to see that you are quite confident in the New Zealand team's ability to place 1st or 2nd in the competition. I really hope that you are right!

    I also hope that Lydia Ko has a good time at the Olympics. you are right to say that she was the first 16 year old to compete in the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LGPA) tournament. She has done incredibly well for someone so young. I hope that she continues to play well in Rio!

    Thanks again for your interesting post, David. I really enjoyed it!

    Cheers, Rachel :)

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  3. thanks for your good feedback

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    1. It's my pleasure! I am really enjoying your blogs :)

      Cheers, Rachel

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  4. Hi David!

    I really enjoyed reading your post. I am also quite confident in New Zealand's ability to place 1st or 2nd. I also hope that Lydia Ko has a good time at the Olympics. She was the first 16 year old to compete in the Ladies Professional Golf Association tournament, and she can do it again in the Olympics.

    Keep it up!
    Iisa

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