Carl Lewis of the USA raises his arms aloft as he crosses the line to win the 100 metres final from #901 Sam Graddy of the USA, # 126 Ben Johnson of Canada and #390 Donovan Reid of Great Britain during the 1984 Olympic Games at the Colliseum Stadium on August 4, 1984 in Los Angeles.
The government dropped the bombs when they realised they were no longer in control. The meds didn't work, the infection took hold, and the gangs erupted from the ashes. Sam and Jason find themselves caught in the cross fire; fighting starvation, infection, and other desperate survivors. Their plan; get to the boat. Get out of Britain. What seemed like an easy task, has become their fight for survival.
Mabe (variant: La Vabe, Cornish: Lannvab) is a village and civil parish in Cornwall. The village is situated one mile (1.6 km) west of Penryn. Mabe parish is bounded by Stithians and St. Gluvias to the north, Budock to the east, Mawnan and Constantine to the south and Wendron to the west. Mabe parish is twinned with the Breton town of Primelin. The parish lies at the eastern edge of the Carnmenellis Granite intrusion. It is surrounded by several working and closed quarries. The Argal and…
Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race 2014 Team SCA finishes at dawn off Cowes to beat the all female round Britain record. Volvo Ocean 65 SCA, skippered by Sam Davies, crossed the finish line of the 2014 Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race off the Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes at 06.10.39 BST on Saturday 16th August 2014 with an elapsed time of 4 days, 21 hours, 00 minutes and 39 seconds. This breaks the previous World Record for Women's Monohull set by Aviva, an Open 60, in 2009, by…
Pride of Britain Awards heroes get a treat the morning after their big night
Inside: Jess Evans, Anna Cross, Peter Fuller, Pauline Cafferkey, Joshua Williamson, Elaine Wyllie, Amelia Gebruers, Bailey Matthews, Tom Waters, Sohana Collins Samantha Cameron, Ben Clark, Alice Burke, Duane Jackson, Mike Houlston, Dee Patel, Paula Maguire, Joanne Thompson and Dan Thompson
"I wandered lonely as a cloud ..."(written 1815). Rydal Mount, Ambleside, Lake District, Cumbria, England. Home of English poet William Wordsworth. (An earlier home of his - Dove Cottage - is very close by). Rydal Mount: http://www.rydalmount.co.uk/