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Susan Brown wrathfully wrote the same phenomenon in the book Against Our Will: "we can take important warning from sports, one of which is that success is a arduous, continued and conscientious exercise, and a cool headed, shrewd strategy (use of stratagem and deceit included), and the result of positive thought aroused all the reflecting system. Bt women are nurtured over a long period of time, they are reluctant to understand this aspect and put it into effect. John Terumi and Charles Pecs wrote and compiled a book called Sports and Society which argument is impartial that brilliantly expound: "we should notice that men and women have been able to go in for sports, but we should not neglect that men still have the whip hand in the aspect of sports, therefore there exist inevitable prejudice of men and discrimination for women". The situation is not good but it doesn't mean there is no hope. Though only 5 percent of the athletes are women, the number of sportswomen is increasing. Recently some apropos suggestions are raised at a sports seminar in Seattle by Bruce Orel, a clinical psychologist in San Jose State University. He said that women are not short of ability but are affected by cultural bias. He said that: "women are thought to be a certain kind of group on people's own supposition; it causes a cultural pressure consequently. Bear in mind the old saying: horses sweat, men sweat, women ruddy without sweating. It is necessary to make a leap for women's engaging in track and field a psychological leap. She has to encourage herself in making a new definition of herself to treat herself like a human". Orel continued if she wants to be an excellent athlete, she has to move further: "she has to be independent and even says to her coach: 'go for your right'" Nowadays, more and running shoes have appeared in 2011 new year. When comes to running shoes, the best can be Nike Free run. They are popular in Canada. Forgot login? 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The success of Uggs has helped DECK move from $3 in 2003 to a recent high of $160. A $10,000 investment would have netted you over a half million dollars in less than 5 years. Every holiday season I tell myself, this is the end for Uggs. There is no way people will continue to spend $150 for sheepskin boots that were supposed to be a short term fad. And each year I am proven wrong. If you do not believe me, look at the numbers. In 2003, Uggs generated $37 million in sales. This year that number is expected to top $300 million and by 2012 analysts believe it could reach $750 million. The company expects a large portion of that growth to come from international sales, which currently account for a minimal amount of revenue. In November the company announced its most recent earnings report and cited an 86% increase in net income with revenue rising 57%. Best Research Strategy One of the most reliable research strategies can be done be every investor. 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