DONCHET CELEBRATING AFTER NEING ANNOUNCED AS THE WINNER 3.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) WOMEN'S WINNER MÉLODY DONCHET SAYING: "Before the competition I say I will not win because I stopped training three months ago, I had a bad injury and my doctor said: 'don't do the competition because you can break your ligaments'." 4.
MEN'S WINNER RICARDINHO (BROWN SHIRT) PERFORMING, WATCHED BY RUNNER UP SEBASTIAN HERNANDEZ (WHITE SHIRT) 5.
RICARDINHO FINISHING HIS ROUTINE 6.
PORTUGUESE INTERNATIONAL PLAYER NANI LIFTS RICARDINHO'S ARM AS HE IS ANNOUNCED THE WINNER 7.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) MEN'S WINNER RICARDINHO SAYING: "I came with the mind of the champion, like a lion." 8.
WHITE FLASH 9.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) MEN'S WINNER RICARDINHO SAYING: "I think I just reached my dream one more time." STORY: Melody Donchet of France won her third Red Bull Street Style title in Miami on Friday (November 15) despite being advised not to compete by her doctor.
Donchet revealed she had been out of training for three months and was warned she could damge her ligaments if she took part in the annual ball juggling event.
But ignoring doctor's orders brought rewards when she defeated Poland's Agnieszka Mnich in the final.
Brazil's Ricardinho (Ricardo Fabiano Chahini de Araújo) won the men's title, beating Sebastian Ortiz Hernandez of Colombia and ripping off his shirt in celebration when Portuguese international nani announced him the winner.
These are the winners of the 2020 International Wedding Photographer Of The Year competition. Capturing couples at their most intimate moments on their big day the competition is dedicated to the celebration of the art of wedding photography across the globe. From intimate portraits to breath taking landscapes, these stunning images represent the very best in wedding photography. The beautiful photos are all winners of the 2020 awards, which this year, had 10 categories with an overall grand winner and a runner-up. The highest accolade went to James Simmons, from Perth, Western Australia, for his dramatic black and white photograph, taken of newlyweds Lisa and James. The runner-up in the awards was Antonio Crutchley, from Miami, who captured a couple sitting inside a car while pretending to read something exciting in a newspaper. Photographers from more than 60 countries entered the 2020 Awards. To find out more information on the competition visit https://iwpoty.com and https://photopublicity.com.
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As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise here in Florida, doctors are finding some key differences in how children and adults react to the virus. Now, medical professionals are breaking down what parents need to look for if they think their child may have been exposed. Story: https://bit.ly/3q1EewY
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Actor Madhuri Dixit has been posting cooking videos on her YouTube channel. In a new video, Madhuri takes fans through the steps of making kanda poha. In the video, the actor is joined by her husband, Dr Shriram Nene. Madhuri shared a teaser of the cooking video on her Instagram handle. The video begins with Shriram struggling after eating a whole chilli. Speaking in Marathi, Shriram said kanda poha was his grandmother's favourite. On the other hand, Madhuri said her mother's aunt would make the best kanda poha. Last month, Madhuri celebrated 21 years of togetherness with Shriram. Sharing photos on Instagram, Madhuri wished Shriram a happy anniversary. Shriram shared a throwback photo to wish Madhuri on their anniversary. During the lockdown around May, Madhuri made her debut as a singer. The 53-year-old Bollywood diva released her first single titled Candle. The song gave a message of hope amid the bleakness of Covid-19 pandemic.
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A real life "British Tarzan" who swapped the jungle for dense Cotswoldwoodland told how he spent a year building a "Stone Age house" in the forestusing Neanderthal-style tools and materials. Business management student LuisWilliamson, 20, who created his dwelling using reclaimed wood, clay and mud -costing him nothing - was inspired by YouTube videos of a man who usedprimitive techniques to build a home in the Australian bush.
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Every week, Rudy Giuliani posts a video to YouTube as part of his series, 'Rudy Giuliani's Common Sense.' There, the former New York City mayor and personal lawyer to President Donald Trump discusses political issues. Business Insider reports Friday's episode was a strange, 17-minute affair in which Giuliani pounded his desk making unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud.
Our epic #Copa90Search moves onto our third continent, Africa! Who will be the new face of Copa90? You decide. Join Eli on his quest around the world to find the new stars of Copa90. Next stop: Africa,..