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Usain Bolt is joined by his Manager Ricky Simms as he shows off his Football/soccer skills Follow me on Twitter @Simon_O_Hansen

31 July 2012 Meet Gabriel — an 11-year-old boy, born without feet — has fulfilled a lifelong dream by training at the Barcelona academy in Rio de Janeiro. The youngster, with hugely impressive football skills despite his malformation, was featured on Brazilian TV earlier this year and Gabriel said it was his dream to train with Barcelona. Joaquim Estrada, one of the administrators at the Barcelona academy said: “We’ve never had a case like this, but its no problem as we have room for everyone here.” And to the delight of all involved Gabriel passed all the tests for the youngsters at the Barcelona training and excelled alongside his peers. With talk in football circles in Brazil of “the boy with no feet who played very well.”

Award-winning short film with some of the UK’s best parkour and freestyle football talent. Shot on the RED One camera. Break-In was made by a group of filmmakers, traceurs and freestyle football / street soccer players. It is a short viral film that has a similar style to a Nike or Adidas Commercial. Producer/Director: Jon Plant Editor: Aleck Morton Music: Toby Bricheno Director of Photography: Doug Walshe Online Editor: Andrew McKee Parkour Soccer Chase. Freestyle Football Parkour 2011. Free Running Parkour Chase

Diego Armando Maradona is a retired Argentine football player. He is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time. =HONOURS= -CLUB- BOCA JUNIORS: -Primera División: 1981 BARCELONA: -Copa del Rey: 1983 -Copa de la Liga: 1983 -Supercopa de España: 1983 NAPOLI: -Serie A: 1987, 1990 -Coppa Italia: 1987 -UEFA Cup: 1989 -Supercoppa Italiana: 1990 -COUNTRY- ARGENTINA: -FIFA World Youth Championship: 1979 -FIFA World Cup: -Winner: 1986 -Runner-up: 1990 -Artemio Franchi Trophy: 1993 -75th anniversary FIFA Cup: 1979 -INDIVIDUAL- -Golden Ball for Best Player of the FIFA U-20 World Cup: 1979 -Argentine league Top Scorer: 1979, 1980, 1981 -Argentine Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year: 1979, 1980, 1981, 1986 -South American Footballer of the Year: (official award) 1979, 1980 -South American Player of the Year: (unofficial award) 1986, 1989, 1990, 1992 -Olimpia de Oro: 1979, 1986 -Italian Guerin d’Oro: 1985 -Argentine Sports Writers’ Sportsman of the Year: 1986 -Golden Ball for Best Player of the FIFA World Cup: 1986 -L’Équipe Champion of Champions — 1986 -United Press International Athlete of the Year Award: 1986 -Best Footballer in the World Onze d’Or: 1986, 1987 -World Player of the Year: 1979 (Guerin Sportivo), 1986 (World Soccer Magazine) -Capocannoniere (Serie A top scorer): 1987–88 -Golden Ball for services to football (France Football): 1996 -Argentine Sports Writers’ Sportsman of the Century: 1999 -Marca Leyenda: 1999 -Argentine Senate “Domingo Faustino Sarmiento

Link to Jashaun Agosto on FoxSports.com’s Michael Jordan Feature Story… msn.foxsports.com Part 2 of the Summer of 2009’s lost basketball footage. 6th grader Jashaun Agosto (class of 2016) averaged 22 points, 8 assists, and 6 steals a game in this weekend of aau basketball vs 7th grade teams in Seattle, Wa. In this Video, you can see his complete game. Passing/Play making, Shooting the jumper, attacking the basket, playing defense, hitting 3 pointers, rebounding, and of course his dribbling and lightning quick cross over. Comment, Rate, and Favorite his new video. Stay tuned for more video’s when his AAU Fall Season starts at the end of September 2009!

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