Одно из важнейших подразделений ЮНЕСКО лишило и евреев, и христиан права на какие-либо претензии в отношении иерусалимских святынь
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Тараз қаласындағы Назарбаев зияткерлік мектебінің ұстаздары, Ямайка азаматтары жергілікті "Ақжол" басылымына берген сұхбатында қазақ елі болса да, Қазақстанда халықтың басым көпшілігі орыс тілінде сөйлеп, сол тілге қатты беріліп кеткеніне таңырқап қалған. Фото: akjolgazet.kz "Қазақтың бойындағы қандай ерекшелікті байқадыңыздар", - деген журналистің сауалына ямайкалық азамат: "Не айтсам да, бұл – менің жеке пікірім. Мен ешқандай дерекке сүйеніп отырған жоқпын. Көрген, естігенімді айтамын. Сіздердің бір артықшылықтарыңыз орыс тілін халықтың көбісі меңгерген. Орыс тілінде еркін сөйлеу – ол сіздердің артықшылықтарыңыз. Керісінше жағы – сіздер сол тілге қатты беріліп кетіпсіздер. Ал неге сіздер ағылшын тілін оқытуға қарсы боласыздар? Кейде қазақтардан «енді жетпегені ағылшын тілі еді» деген пікірді естіп қаламын", - деген азамат елде жүріп жатқан түрлі реформалардың жемісін көру үшін әлі де уақыт керек екенін айтады. "Менің бір байқағаным, Қазақстан – отбасылық құндылық пен ата-дәстүрге берік азиаттық үлгідегі халық. Сіздерде әулеттің үлкені не айтса, сол Конституциядан да жоғары тұрады екен", - дейді Келинг Смолл. «Қазақстан» деген сөзді естігенде, ең бірінші ойға Байқоңыр оралады деген ямайкалық ерлі-зайыпты неге оны өздеріңіз игермейсіздер деген сауал қояды. "Сіздерде Байқоңыр ғарыш айлағы бар. Әлемде ең бірінші рет адам баласы осы қазақ даласынан ғарышқа ұшты. Соны неге өздеріңіз игермейсіздер? Әлемдік алпауыт мемлекеттер келіп сіздерден зымырандарын ұшырады. Жергілікті халық оны теледидардан ғана көріп отыр. Дүниежүзіндегі ең керемет нүкте – ол Байқоңыр ғарыш айлағы. Мен соған қызығамын және сіздерге ғарышты игеруге тілектеспін", - дейді олар. Тағы да оқыңыздар: Ақмола облысының бұрынғы әкімі өмірден озды Әйелінің аяғын сындырып, жағын айыра жаздаған еркекке қандай жаза керек? (фото) Украина елде қалған «Лениннің соңғы» ескерткішін қиратып тастады Өскеменде жоғалған сырқат жігіт төрт айдан бері табылмай жатыр (фото) Павлодарлық әйел күйеуінен өш алу үшін өз қызын аяусыз соққыға жыққан (видео) Екі қолсыз туған балақайдың өмірге деген талпынысы жұрттың жүрегін елжіретті
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Despite repeatedly bragging about all the good work the Clinton Foundation did to help Haiti recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake, at least one Haitian, former Senate President Bernard Sansaricq, thinks it was the Clintons, not the Hiatian people, who benefitted most from the Foundation's "charitable work" in Haiti. Appearing on a radio show last week, Sansaricq offered a scathing assessment of the Clinton's track record in Haiti saying they are "nothing but common thieves...and they should be in jail." Per PJ Media: Sandy Rios of American Family Radio interviewed former Haitian Senate President Bernard Sansaricq on Thursday, and the enraged Haitian had nothing good to say about the Clintons. He angrily claimed that they brought their "pay to play" politics to Haiti at the expense of the Haitian people. Sansaricq said that the Clinton Foundation received 14.3 billion dollars in donation money to help with the relief effort. President Obama and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon put the Clinton Foundation in charge of the reconstruction, but Haiti has seen no help. The money all went to friends of Bill Clinton. "They are nothing but common thieves," the enraged Sansaricq told Rios. "And they should be in jail." As also highlighted in the movie "Clinton Cash," Sansaricq argued that the Clinton's did nothing more than bring their pay-to-play tactics to Haiti resulting in the enrichment of Clinton cronies, including Hillary's brother Anthony Rodham, whose company was awarded a lucrative gold mining contract. Sansaricq said although Bill Clinton was put in charge of the reconstruction, he did absolutely nothing but give contracts to his cronies and built a sweatshop next to a goldmine that was given to Hillary Clinton's brother, Anthony Rodham, in violation of the Haitian constitution. He said he could go on for hours about the Clinton Foundation's destruction of the rice production in Haiti because they were importing rice from Clinton's cronies in Arkansas. And rice is something Haiti could really use right now. The Clintons also awarded the country's only cell phone company to another crony, Denis O'Brien, using taxpayer dollars. O'Brien has made 265 million dollars, and a substantial portion of that has gone back to the Clinton Foundation. Of course, these claims are hard to deny given that recently released emails, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit by the Republican National Committee, and subsequently shared with ABC News, reveal very open special treatment of "Friends of Bill" ("FOB" for short) by the State Department in granting access to recovery efforts in Haiti, in which $10 billion in emergency aid was spent after the 2010 earthquake. The emails showed very close coordination between Caitlin Klevorick, a senior State Department official, and Amitabh Desai, the director of foreign policy for the Clinton Foundation, as they exchanged emails from Foundation donors looking to participate in the Haiti recovery efforts. While many donors likely were just looking to make charitable contributions, others, as evidenced below, were simply looking to capture their "fair share" of $10 billion in emergency aid contracts doled out by the U.S. government. The following exchange between Klevorick and Dasai, with the subject line "Haiti Assistance," shows the State Department very clearly asking for "Friends of Bill" to be flagged for special consideration. “Need you to flag when people are friends of WJC,” wrote Caitlin Klevorick, then a senior State Department official who was juggling incoming offers of assistance being funneled to the State Department by the Clinton Foundation. “Most I can probably ID but not all.” Of course, this directly contradicts comments that Bill Clinton previously made to CBS' Charlie Rose just last month when he assured voters that "nothing was ever done for anybody because they were contributors to the foundation, nothing." In another Klevorick and Dasai exchange, the State Department official asks “Is this a FOB!” saying that "If not, she should go to cidi.org" (a general government website). As also mentioned by Sansaricq, another series of messages uncovered the efforts of billionaire Denis O’Brien, a longtime donor to the Clinton Foundation and the CEO of the Jamaica-based telecom firm Digicel, to fly relief supplies into Port-au-Prince and get employees of his company out. But when O'Brien couldn't get access to land in Port-au-Prince "through conventional channels" he turns to long-time Clinton aide Doug Band for help. Shortly thereafter, the request was elevated to the State Department in an email with the subject line "Close friend of the Clintons." “This WJC VIP just called again from Jamaica to say Digicel is being pushed by US Army to get comms back up but is not being cleared by [the U.S. government] to deploy into Haiti to do so,” Desai wrote in an email with the subject line “Close friend of Clintons.” Later, O’Brien writes to longtime Clinton aide Doug Band to express frustration. “We’re finding it impossible to get landing slots,” he says. “I’m sorry to bother you but I am not making any progress through conventional channels.” Band tasks Desai to “pls get on this,” telling O’Brien, “Never a bother.” Desai then turns to Klevorick to help “a friend of President Clinton,” and the request is pushed up the chain of command to USAID officials organizing the relief effort. Of course, we have no doubt that these scandalous revelations, like many others circling the Clinton campaign at the moment, will quickly be brushed under the carpet so the mainstream media can go back to focusing on Trump's "accusers".
In part because the economy was collapsing, in part because I found it easier to analyze economies instead of companies, I made a foray into currency trading about 10 years ago. Analyzing companies was becoming boring, not to mention more of a game predicting which government policy would affect which industry as opposed to looking at fundamentals like earnings, debt, and cash flow. And so, using techniques nearly identical to those I used in commercial lending, I bought some Swiss Francs, Australian Dollars, and Singaporean Dollars.I did well.Very well.And because of the leveraged nature of currency trading was starting to wonder if this wasn't a quick way toward riches and my true calling. That was until....the Swiss central bank decided it's currency was too strong and purposely started to pummel it's own currency. Once again, I would have to predict government policy and not economics or fundamentals as the currency market was no longer efficient, but merely a reflection of government and bureaucrats.But then it got me thinking."Wait, if countries purposely weaken their currencies because there's a benefit (in this case, their export industry doesn't lose business or jobs because their goods are in higher demand overseas), then there must also be SOME kind of benefit to having a strong currency as well. In other words, in a "equal but opposite force"-type-law of economics (that I truly believe exists) what would be the benefit of a country with a strong currency?"And then I made the connection.Purchasing power.I witnessed this the more I traveled overseas and realized in Mexico, Jamaica, the Bahamas, even Canada, countries would gladly accept greenbacks, saving me and other American visitors the pain of converting currencies. I also remember a John Stossel episode where he could more quickly hail a cab in Russia flashing US dollars (and cigarettes) than the local Rubles.But then it really dawned on me.If a country were to have a very strong currency, if it were to adhere to free market economics, then it wouldn't weaken its currency to protect it's export base. It would let its citizens buy world goods AND INVESTIBLE ASSETS on the cheap.This made me wonder "couldn't the US immediately after WWII just printed off a couple billion dollars and buy all the world's productive assets in 1945?"Which makes me wonder, "Couldn't we do the same today?"And this is the underpinning epiphany of The Clarey National Debt Plan.While other people's national debt reduction plans are based on some combination of cuts, fiscal discipline, frugality, and taxation, my idea is much more international and opportunistic. For while the US may not be in its supreme position it once was back in (the evil, racist, oppressive) 40's and 50's, the truth is neither is the rest of the world. And poor as our finances are, the world's is even worse. Alas, we still have the world's reserve currency and we can (and do) abuse the hell out of it.For example the money supply (using the monetary base as the measure) has increased 350% under Obama. That should result in inflation of 350%, but it hasn't. The money has been sopped up in recapitalizing banks, bailing out bad mortgages, and bailing out other bad investments, wherein the money sits on a balance sheet or in a vault, never allowed to circulate (and thus cause inflation) in the economy. The money has also been used to finance bubbles such as new mortgages, student loans, and corporate buy backs of their own stock where inflation has occurred, but we don't care about it because we like it when "stocks go up," "housing prices go up," and millennials believe "you can't put a price on education." The third area this money has gone is overseas where countries such as China, Russia, Brazil, and all of Europe are in such WORSE financial shape, our dollar and it's horrible fundamentals are still relatively attractive and act as a "safe haven" investment. In other words we're like the only girl in Casper, Wyoming with all of her teeth. Hideous, disease infected, and the mother of 4 from 3 different baby daddies, but we're still the best looking horse in the barn.I say "why not capitalize on this?"Since printing money does not (directly or immediately anyway) result in inflation, why don't we avail ourselves of this undeserved purchasing power, print off $22 trillion, and go on an acquisitions binge across the globe? I say "acquisitions binge" and not "pay off the national debt" because, while printing off $22 trillion to merely pay off our debt is possible, I do believe the global markets and rest of the world aren't THAT dense and they would immediately dump the dollar immediately causing real inflation at home. But if we instead INVEST that $22 trillion in assets that generate an annual profit not only does that give those $22 trillion in US dollars intrinsic value (and thus hopefully stave off inflation), but the annual profits from these investments could be used to pay down the debt. And that's the twist to the "Clarey National Debt Plan."I've ran some figures.There's $44 trillion in publicly traded global equities of the G20 nations. These securities on average pay a dividend yield of 3.156%. You may ask "why would you only print off $22 trillion, why not a full $44 trillion and buy these global equities outright" and the reason why is you don't want the US government becoming majority shareholder of anything. They'd ruin the underlying investment forcing unnecessary corporate social responsibility initiatives, under-performing minorities in positions of power, mandating carbon footprint quotas, and a whole slew of politically motivated leftist slop that would destroy the profit potential of these firms. You want the US government to be a silent, non-participatory, non-intervening partner, and ensuring they only own 49.9% (thus the $22 trillion) of these firms is a way to do that.A 3.156% annual dividend yield on $22 trillion generates $694 billion in proceeds each year.Assume there's a balanced budget (which is the LEAST likely assumption in all of this theoretical plan, and sadly, I'm not joking), and the national debt is paid off in a maximum of 28 years, probably less assuming growth in earnings (there's technically a way we could eliminate the national debt in a year or two, but I'm not paid enough to consult on these matters).Now admittedly there's plenty wrong with this idea.One, printing off $22 trillion (I would hope) would cause the currency markets to crash (indicating there's at least some sanity left in this world). But here's where the juicy irony lies. We just almost quadrupled the money supply under Obama/Yellen/Bernanke.I ask you one simple question:Where did all that money go?If you look at the federal reserve balance sheet and the federal budget this newly minted money went to the following places:1. Bailing out unprofitable banks2. Bailing out other unprofitable financial firms3. Bailing out unprofitable people who borrowed more than they could afford4. Bailing out people either via welfare, EBT, social security, etc., ie - parasitic people who do NOT produce a net positive economic production 5. Wars/military (where in once again, the purpose of the military is to destroy things, not make a profit)6. Forcing the tax payer to bail out millennials from their worthless, idiotic degrees (oops, wait, that hasn't happened...yet) In other words, NOT ONE PENNY was an actual investment as you expect to get a positive return on investments. These were expenditures on money losing operations, money losing people, money losing wars, and the just plain losers, degenerates, and scum of our society. There was no hope of profits, earnings, dividends, cash flow, or capital gains. It was simply a pissing away of money.When you realize this you'll see my plan is INFINITELY more sound, logical, and sane because there's an actual profit at the end of this $22 trillion investment. And that's the key word - it's an investment. If markets are as sane as they are now, and consistent, the dollar should (ironically) SURGE compared to other country's currencies because unlike Greece, Japan, Europe, Brazil, and nearly every other country we wouldn't be bailing out our country's losers, but investing in global winners.This then leads to the second problem - inflated stock prices.If it were to get out the US government was on a $22 trillion global spending spree stock prices would jump to the point the purchasing price would no longer make this plan viable. Additionally, as it just so happens, central banks are already doing this just the same. But while smaller central banks such as the Swiss, Singaporean, etc., might go and take such actions, they're too small to drive prices up significantly on the global markets. The US is too big. Ergo, kind of like China, they'd have to do it clandestinely and secretly through unremarkably named subsidiaries and shell companies. This would take some time to slowly, indirectly, and discreetly amass a $22 trillion global equity portfolio, but in time it could be done, especially if there are dips or crashes in the market. There are other problems with "The Clarey National Debt Plan," but truthfully it would be a waste of time further exploring what is already an academic, theoretical exercise. The balls that would be required to execute this plan just do not exist in the US. While Japan and Australia have the spine to end their worthless degree bubbles, our president apologizes when he states the truth about art history degrees. And the student loan bubble is merely 1/20th the size of our national debt problems. However, we can learn something from this intellectual exercise aside from just what a bunch of self-deluding clowns and asshats the central banking/governmental/international finance "authorities" are. And that lesson is the only source by which national debts can be paid off if through the economic production of the people.In other words, government is not a solution to anything as it is the underlying people who are the ones with not only the power, but the economic production potential necessary to make good on whatever promises their governments made. It is cute that today's international economy is so screwed up that the US could just waltz in, print off $22 trillion, and purchase the productivity of the world's productive classes, which would bail out our parasitic and lazy classes, but it doesn't change the fact that when it all boils down to fundamentals, economic production of the private sector is where ALL economic worth, value, and wealth comes from. And if you really want to build a successful society, civilization, or country, I suggest you found it around this key and vital principle.In the meantime you central bankers, government bureaucrats, and international bond traders enjoy the decline!______________________________________Visit Aaron at his other sites or consider purchasing some of his awesome books!PodcastAsshole ConsultingYouTube ChannelTwitterBooks by AaronAmazon AffiliateHHR4HM7ZPMV3
My racial Autumn began on the shoulder of Greenbelt Road in Lanham, Maryland, 35 years before Trayvon Martin. Hitchhiking was cake: so many cars headed to the University of Maryland from where I'd graduated four months earlier without really letting go. In no time, an effusively orange Nova pulled over. I ran over on my young, unleaded legs, opened the door and - It all happened in slow motion: the 30-ish black man waving me in... his elbow clipping a container... its contents tumbling out... my eyes shuttling: Black guy: fried chicken, Black guy: fried chicken, Black guy: fried chicken. We looked at each other for a month-long two seconds and then, 37 years before Ferguson, we lost it. Driving toward College Park, we agreed it was, for both of us, The 1977 Laugh Of The Year. Way back then, the stickiness of race limped below the surface. I think that's true. Without cell phone videos to back me up, who knows what we were thinking at the time? There hadn't been race riots for almost a decade, black kids in Boston were kind of okay getting on school buses, Reggie Jackson was making $600,000 a year. All in all, when it came to racism, out-of-sight, out-of-mind rings a bell... Well, the point is, it just feels like that edition of Blacks and Whites pretended to not notice black and white, so when the subject rudely arose, the awkwardness was so much itchier. The fact that fried chicken caused my itch was priceless. It turned out, 14 years before Rodney King, my driver was an off-duty Prince George's County cop bringing his girlfriend lunch. I told him about an old Doonesbury strip when Mike Doonesbury noticed the black students eating separately in the Yale lunchroom. He joined them and, after a silence, said, "HEY, OL' MARTIN LUTHER KING WAS A HECK OF A FELLAH, WASN'T HE?" The officer laughed. "I guess our meeting would have made a good strip for Trudeau too." Way too fast, I said, "You follow Doonesbury?" Instead of saying, "There are black people who read Doonesbury," he said, "It's in the [Washington] Post everyday." As we passed the Goddard Space Center, he said he'd pulled over a weaving Delta 88 there a month earlier. The drunk driver was surprised to see his own .45 in the glove compartment. "So, is PG County pretty dangerous for you?" "It has its areas. Hyattsville, Bladensburg..." I told him about my frat brothers going to a Bladensburg topless joint one night. After 10 minutes, the regulars flung bottles at us. One pledge was lucky his jugular vein wasn't half an inch to the left. "How did it start?" the officer asked. "No idea." Maybe, 36 years before Black Lives Matter, whites like me wanted to talk about race but rarely got the chance. The fried chicken had opened the door but the topless bar incident was closing it. So, idiotically, I said, "The guys throwing the bottles were total crackers. And rednecks scare me more than anyone." He may have had a trace of smile when he said, "Really?" I hoped he'd had a trace of a smile. Either way, I recited my racial resume: "Well, yeah. I grew up in Queens. My high school was like, 45 percent black and in gym, the black guys played half-court, straight up - you didn't bring the ball back behind the foul line on change of possession so I became a really good rebounder. Anyway, after school I worked at Naturalizer, a shoe store in - I don't know how well you know Queens - it was in the heart of Jamaica." "Rough neighborhood, huh?" "Oh yeah. Very - not that anyone ever bothered me. Well, one guy came up to me and said, 'Let me hold a quarter,' but the door to the Q17 bus opened and I just got on." "But you weren't scared." "No. Not scared. Not really." There was a tinge of let him slide in the way he nodded. I just had to ask, "Do I sound like I'm full of it?" He smiled. "Maybe a little. But if you were scared, it's okay. Just being honest is the way to go..." He trailed off without adding, "... when talking to black people." At that moment, it would have been nice if I could have told him that in 31 years, we'd have our first Black president and eight years after that, I'd consider him the best president in my lifetime by far. It would have been sickening to tell him that electing the first black president not only didn't end to racism in America, it brought it gurgling madly to the surface and how that made liberals like me strain to remember how we'd felt about race in, say, 1977. A month after the hitchhiking episode, it dawned on me that there was shockingly little money in hanging out at the Student Union all day with enrolled undergrads. On a tip, I applied for a job at Jeans West in Landover Mall. The weightlifter/manager was ripped (let's say) 20 years before the term ripped, with a Julius Erving afro. During the interview, he sipped a soda and said "I could use some ice." I said, "That's some nasty shit without some ice." I thought his look said this white boy just lost a job. But no. "Did you know that's a line from Richard Pryor?" My friends and I were Pryor fanatics. Through Christmas, the boss and I recited Pryor bits daily but, (let's say) 17 years before the term n-word took hold -- only he'd quote Pryor and include the word "nigger." After the last shopping day before Christmas, he said to me, "So, when you do Pryor jokes with your friends, do you say 'nigger?'" He stared at me in the way he did when confronting an employee on a fishy sale. Just being honest is the way to go... "Yeah. I say... it." He broke his death stare and said, "I appreciate you being straight with me. I also appreciate you not using the word. But when you're doing Richard Pryor with me, you can say nigger." "Actually, I don't think I can." "It's okay. Go ahead. Do one Pryor routine and say the word." "What are you going to do if I don't? Fire me?" He laughed. "Imagine me telling the other salespeople, 'I fired Peter for refusing to say nigger.'" It would have been nice if I could have told him that six years later I'd be working at ABC Sports with tennis great Arthur Ashe. I could have (maybe) seemed enlightened by relating how Arthur once told me that every day, he woke up as a famously beloved resident of left-wing New York City with one thought: "How am I going to get around being black today?" Instead, I half-laughed and said, "Merry Christmas." I had a car by then and on the way home I thought -- You know what? Two years after Ferguson, twenty-two years after Mark Fuhrman, a year after Charleston AME, two years after I Can't Breathe, 35 years after hoodies and 61 years after Rosa Parks, I'm having doubts as to whether three months under a black boss and one hitchhiking anecdote qualifies as a Racial Autumn. Anyway, in case it does qualify, I should mention that, when the police officer dropped me off just south of Fraternity Row, he made a bit of a show of reaching into the backseat to retrieve the fried chicken. The laughs had drained out of the bucket. I just smiled. "Sometimes," he said, "it's a relief when people live up their stereotypes, huh?" I said, "I guess so. And just to even things up, I should tell you that I personally control the media." Actually I didn't say that. That's what I would have said if it were today's me in that Orange Nova. What I really said was probably better: "Be careful out there, Officer." Thirty-nine years later, I'm thinking, God, I hope that guy made it to retirement. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Спустя почти три месяца Иван Охлобыстин решил отметить июльский юбилей в Крокус Сити Холле. Репортаж Sobesednik.ru
Азербайджан и Молдова отчитаются о выполнении Международного пакта о гражданских и политических правах
В понедельник в европейском отделении ООН в Женеве начала работу очередная сессия Комитета ООН по правам человека. В период с 17 октября по 4 ноября его члены рассмотрят доклады Словакии, Польши, Молдовы, Ямайки, Колумбии, Азербайджана и Марокко о мерах, направленных на выполнение Международного пакта о гражданских и политических правах.
Дочь известного американского легкоатлета, трехкратного чемпиона мира в беге на спринтерские дистанции Тайсона Гэя была застрелена в ночь на воскресенье в Лексингтоне (штат Кентукки), сообщил телеканал Lex18 со ссылкой на спортсмена. По данным полиции, группа людей на двух автомобилях устроила перестрелку рядом с рестораном, в ходе которой одна из пуль попала в шею 15-летней дочери Гэя. Она была доставлена в больницу, где позже скончалась. Полиция начала расследование, передает ТАСС. Была ли девушка знакома со стрелявшими, не сообщается. «Я так растерян. Она была здесь на прошлой неделе на осенних каникулах. Я понятия не имею, что произошло», – сказал Гэй. На счету 34-летнего Гэя три золота и одно серебро чемпионатов мира. Его личный рекорд на дистанции 100 м составляет 9,69 секунды, что является вторым результатом на стометровке в истории, быстрее бежал только рекордсмен мира Усэйн Болт из Ямайки. На Олимпиаде 2016 года Гэй выступал только в эстафете 4х100 м, где американцы были дисквалифицированы в финальном забеге за нарушение правил передачи эстафетной палочки.
Война в Донбассе — это ведь не только наша боль и выбор, это теперь еще и маркер. Такой себе маячок, по отношению к которому опознается человек, наш он или, скажем, совсем чужой.
Ямайский спринтер, девятикратный олимпийский чемпион Усейн Болт рассказал, что последний раз выступит на родине на турнире Racers Grand Prix летом 2017 года. «Да, я определенно завершу карьеру после чемпионата мира-2017. Забег на Racers Grand Prix станет моим последним выступлением на Ямайке»,— цитирует легкоатлета газета Jamaica Gleaner.Напомним, 20 августа Усейн Болт стал девятикратным олимпийским чемпионом. После этого спортсмен заявил, что Олимпиада в Рио для него последняя. Подробнее об этом читайте в материале «Ъ» «Усейн Болт пробежался по мокрому».
Девятикратный олимпийский чемпион, одиннадцатикратный чемпион мира в соревнованиях спринтеров Усэйн Болт в скором времени завершит спортивную карьеру. Об этом он заявил в программе Smile Jamaica — утреннем шоу на ямайском ТВ, сообщила в твиттере представительница телеканала. «Забег Racers Grand Prix 2017 на Ямайке будет последним для Усэйна Болта, как он сообщил», — напасала Клэр Грант. Racers Grand Prix 2017 will be @usainbolt last competitive run in Jamaica he says. @Smilejamtvj — Claire C. Grant (@TVJGM) 14 октября 2016 г. Сам Болт ретвитнул это сообщение. «Вау, — написал он, — после всех этих лет последний забег на Ямайке, где все начиналось». Wow.. after all these years one last run in Jamaica.. where it all started https://t.co/ur9yBijnmz — Usain St. Leo Bolt (@usainbolt) 14 октября 2016 г.
Ранее ямайский спринтер заявлял, что завершит профессиональную карьеру после чемпионата мира 2017 года в Лондоне, который пройдет 5-13 августа
Легкоатлет, рекордсмен мира Усэйн Болт сообщил, что его последний забег состоится в 2017 году.
Девятикратный олимпийский чемпион Усэйн Болт заявил, что его последний забег состоится на Racers Grand Prix на Ямайке в 2017 году. Таким образом, спортсмен пропустит Национальный чемпионат островного государства. Об этом сообщает NBC Sport. Стоит отметить, что Болт — третий в истории легкоатлет, который завоевал девять олимпийских золотых медалей. До него это делали финн Пааво Нурми и американец Карл Льюис.
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