Laxaro Your source for the latest research news
 nathan chen just stunned every figure skater you know
nathan chen just stunned every figure skater you know

U.S. figure skater Nathan Chen set an Olympic record with six quad jumps in the men’s figure skating long program on Friday.Chen bounced back after a disappointing turn during the short program that left the skater in 17th place in the 2018 Winter Olympics. The redemptive long program showed Chen could pull off what he came to do, and his record six quad jumps felt like vindication for Chen’s many spectators and fans.Chen’s fellow figure skaters were possibly the most emotional of those watching. Several shared their pride in Chen and awe of his accomplishments online.What?!?!?! Completely inhuman display of ridiculousness!!! 6 quads…beautiful skating. Guys beyond. Congratulations @nathanwchen (excuse my chicken scratch) ????????#bowdown#figureskatingpic.twitter.com/PjbTGM5pfr— Kristi Yama

can figure skaters master the head-spinning physics of a quintuple jump?

When American figure skater Nathan Chen performs at this year's Winter Olympics, he'll be looking to make history. The first and only skater in the world competing with five different types of quadruple jump—the salchow, loop, toe loop, flip, and lutz—he is poised to become the first athlete in the sport's history to execute these five variations in a single program. It would be another iconic first for Chen, who last year, at the age of 17, became the first person to land five quads in a single performance."He has defined the current limit of the sport," says retired figure skater Tim Goebel, an Olympic bronze medalist who, in 1998, became the first American figure skater to land a quadruple jump in competition. Once known as the "Quad King," Goebel has watched quads transform from a nigh

nathan chen made history with 6 quad jumps. what's that?

All eyes are on the quadruple jumps of the figure skaters competing in the men’s free skate program at the 2018 Winter Olympics.Quadruple or quad jumps are figure skating jumps that involve at least four full revolutions. Successful quad jumps occur when the figure skater takes off backwards, does at least four full revolutions and lands with one foot on a backward outside edge of their skate.Men’s events in figure skating tend to place a lot of focus on quad jumps, specialized in the U.S. by skater Nathan Chen, who became the only figure skater to land five quadruple jumps in one program in 2017. The quadruple jump phenomenon has taken off over the past decade, and is now basically a requirement for men who want to compete after the International Skating Union increased the jump’s point v

nathan chen redeems his olympics and makes skating history

You can say what you want about the new figure skating system, but its rigid by-the-numbers scoring means even vaunted medal favorites can fall to 17th. And climb back up to fifth.Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu repeated his Olympic feat from 2014 by skating to another men’s figure skating title at the 2018 Winter Olympics, while his teammate Shoma Uno earned silver and Spain’s Javier Fernandez won bronze, the first medal in figure skating for his country.But another skater pulled off something miraculous, too. Known as the “Quad King” for being the first skater to land five quadruple jumps in a single program, Nathan Chen raised the bar again by landing six quadruples in his go-for-broke free program at the Olympic figure skating men’s event in Gangneung Ice Arena on Saturday.Chen, who was in 17th p

olympic figure skater nathan chen will be heading to yale

Olympic figure skater Nathan Chen may have just won the World Figure Skating Championships last month, but he has even more big news this week. Chen, who is 18, has accepted a spot in Yale Class of 2022, a representative confirmed Tuesday to TIME.Chen is best known as a master of the ice, setting records and completing as many as six quad jumps in competition (although he did fumble on Olympic ice in his short program). He helped earned his U.S. team a bronze medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and became the first U.S. winner of the World Championship men’s title since 2009 when he completed his routine in Milan last month. But Chen clearly isn’t letting his pursuit of high scores get in the way of higher education.Fans first noticed Chen’s future plans when he added “Yale ’22” to hi

nathan chen offers condolences for florida school shooting

U.S. figure skater Nathan Chen is offering condolences to families of the victims of the Florida school shooting that killed 17 people.Chen skated in the Pyeongchang Olympics team competition where the U.S. won bronze, and he’s due to skate in the men’s individual competition starting Friday.The two-time U.S. champion was asked about the shooting during a pre-competition press conference.“Truly my heart goes out to them,” he said. “It’s devastating. It’s terrible that things like this keep happening.”

long live the quad king

At the start of the men’s figure skating final that aired on Friday night, Nathan Chen had been all but left for dead. The American figure skating prodigy had skated an abysmal short program, a fall-laden disaster that left him in 17th place with a paltry 82.27 points—almost 30 behind leader Yuzuru Hanyu. It was a shocking result for the 18-year-old Chen, who has twice won the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. “He just looked so tentative, nervous. You could see it in his eyes,” said NBC commentator Tara Lipinski. Chen, who had also faltered while performing his short program during the figure skating team event, looked stunned when he spoke to NBC’s Andrea Joyce. “Just rough again. Still need some time to think about it,” he said. “But … I mean … it happens, I guess, so … just try to mov

long live the quad king

At the start of the men’s figure skating final that aired on Friday night, Nathan Chen had been all but left for dead. The American figure skating prodigy had skated an abysmal short program, a fall-laden disaster that left him in 17th place with a paltry 82.27 points—almost 30 behind leader Yuzuru Hanyu. It was a shocking result for the 18-year-old Chen, who has twice won the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. “He just looked so tentative, nervous. You could see it in his eyes,” said NBC commentator Tara Lipinski. Chen, who had also faltered while performing his short program during the figure skating team event, looked stunned when he spoke to NBC’s Andrea Joyce. “Just rough again. Still need some time to think about it,” he said. “But … I mean … it happens, I guess, so … just try to mov

nathan chen redeems his olympics and makes skating history

You can say what you want about the new figure skating system, but its rigid by-the-numbers scoring means even vaunted medal favorites can fall to 17th. And climb back up to fifth.That’s exactly what the U.S.’s Nathan Chen did, orchestrating what was perhaps the greatest comeback in skating history.Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu repeated his Olympic feat from 2014 and skated to another men’s title, while his teammate Shoma Uno earned silver and Javier Fernandez became the first Spaniard to win an Olympic figure skating medal with the bronze.Chen, however, made a different kind of history, on a couple of levels. Known as the Quad King for being the first skater to land five quadruple jumps in a single program, Chen raised the bar again by attempting six quadruples in his go-for-broke free program at

nathan chen short program at winter olympics shocks internet

Hot off an undefeated season, Nathan Chen was favored to capture gold, but the Winter Olympics rookie’s mistakes at Thursday’s figure skating men’s event shocked fans and sunk him to 17th place.The 18-year-old had to follow his once biggest threat, Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu, who sailed through a sparkling gold medal performance with a jittery showing.Chen faltered on every jump, costing him points for a shockingly low 82.27. This puts Chen at a severe disadvantage at the bottom of the ranks, so people took to Twitter to say they were heartbroken. Many also urged him on for the upcoming long program on Twitter with words of encouragement.He’s still the first skater to ever land five quadruple jumps in one program, and his fans are sure this is not the last of Chen.Most people just wanted to hug

how nathan chen became team usa's great figure skating hope

Nathan Chen hit the ice jumping when he landed in PyeongChang, South Korea to compete in his first Winter Olympic Games. Despite not sleeping through the night because of jet lag, the young American star managed to skate all three practice sessions to which he was assigned and he held little back, landing most of the challenging quadruple jumps for which he’s known.That bodes well for the first member of the U.S. Olympic figure skating team scheduled to compete in PyeongChang. Chen, 18, will skate the short program portion of the team event this Thursday, Feb. 8, at 8pm ET, a day before the official Olympics opening ceremony on Feb. 9.It’s a moment Chen was all but groomed for. When he was seven, Chen used to perform a routine set to “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” from the Lion King, decke

winter olympics 2018: nathan chen lands six quad jumps

Nathan Chen proved he is the king of quads by making history with six quadruple jumps in the figure skating long program at the 2018 Winter Olympics.Chen, who broke hearts across the U.S. Thursday when he came in 17th during the figure skating men’s short program, came back with a vengeance in the long program Friday, and set new Olympics quad jump record in the process.Chen, who became the first figure skater to make five quad jumps during a competition in 2017, broke his own record during the long program Friday by pulling off six quad jumps. He earned a total of 215.08 points — a new personal best — 297.35 points in total, and was in first place by the end of his program.After a disappointing night for many who were following Chen this week, the win felt like redemption to all his fans

figure skating olympics 2018: lessons for team usa skaters

No one country dominated the figure skating events at the 2018 Winter Olympics, with Canada, Germany, Japan and Russia all taking turns atop the podium in PyeongChang. Notably absent from the gold medal list was the United States, which once threatened to contend every four years but had to settle for two bronze medals on the ice at these Olympics.What happened to American figure skating? Was the disappointing Olympics finishes of Nathan Chen, Mirai Nagasu and the rest of Team USA an aberration, or were stars like Alina Zagitova, Evgenia Medvedeva,Yuzuru Hanyu and the Canadian pair of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir simply too good?The answer is, well, yes. And the future is far brighter for America’s Olympic figure skaters than the final tally from these Winter Games would suggest. Here are t

olympic figure skating favorite nathan chen is in 17th place

Leading up to the Olympic figure skating men’s event, Nathan Chen was a gold medal favorite. Chen’s teammate Adam Rippon, who does not perform some of the more difficult jumps that Chen does, wasn’t considered a true threat for a medal in the olympic skating men’s event, but managed to endear himself to the world with his exuberant — and clean — skate.Now Rippon sits ahead of Chen after the Olympic figure skating men’s short program. Rippon’s error-free skate, albeit minus the quad jumps, landed him in seventh place while teammate Vincent Zhou is in 12th. Chen, who made mistakes on all of his jumps, is currently 17th. That means he will skate in the second group of six skaters in the free program tomorrow, since the skating order is reversed from the rankings after the short program.Chen,

nathan chen breaks down his olympics figure skating program

After two mistake-filled outings at Olympic figure skating events so far, Nathan Chen has one last chance to show the world why he’s known as the Quad King. A gold medal favorite in men’s figure skating coming into the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, Chen was undefeated this season, after sweeping up his second U.S. title, along with gold at the Grand Prix Final.But in PyeongChang Chen stumbled or fell out of all of his jumping sequences in the men’s Olympic skating short program on Friday, and he sits in 17th place going into the long program, behind teammates Adam Rippon and Vincent Zhou. While it’s unlikely he will be able to vault himself to the podium from there, he could end his Olympic debut on a more positive note by performing without the pressure of a medal on t

the lowest-ranked male figure skater in history is one of my all-time favorite a

During the men’s free skate event that aired on Friday night, American figure skater Nathan Chen posted a remarkable score of 215.08. Chen now has the third-highest personal best free skate in history. I know this because the International Skating Union keeps comprehensive records of skaters’ personal bests at sanctioned competitions since the body’s current scoring system debuted at the 2003 Nebelhorn Trophy. (It always comes back to the 2003 Nebelhorn Trophy.)
The ISU’s site lists the personal best free skates of 790 male skaters. The all-time best score belongs to two-time Olympic gold medalist Yuzuru Hanyu, who tallied 223.20 points at the ISU World Championships in 2017. It was an excellent program:
Pyeongchang bronze medalist Javier Fernandez of Spain has the second-highest persona

olympic figure skating men's short program: how to watch

The men take to the ice tonight (or morning in PyeongChang time) and they are hoping for a better showing than the rough start they got when they opened the team event last week.This time, 30 skaters will be competing for the top three places on the podium, and the placements are determined by a random draw. The top medal contenders are skating in the last group of six, which only ups the tension and likely will get everyone’s adrenaline running; it includes Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu, the reigning Olympic champion, the U.S.’s Nathan Chen, who is undefeated this season and the only skater to beat Hanyu, OAR’s Mikhail Kolyada and Hanyu’s teammate Shoma Uno.Hanyu is first to skate among the six, and that means Chen can see what Hanyu does to determine how aggressive Chen needs to be to win the gol

2018 winter olympics figure skating schedule: upcoming events

Adam Rippon was one of the first openly gay male athletes to compete for the U.S. at the Winter Olympics.Nathan Chen, a medal favorite who missed his chance on the podium this time around, still landed a record-breaking six quads in his final performance.And Mirai Nagasu became the first female U.S. figure skater to land a triple axel at the Winter Olympics.Several members of Team USA’s figure skating team at the Winter Olympics have made history at the Games this year, and fans have several more chances to see the skaters in action before they return to the U.S.While Rippon and Chen have completed their competitions at the Olympics, the ice dance teams and female figure skaters still have chances to land on the podium at the Winter Games. The events come after several of these competitors

exo helps olympic figure skater evgenia medvedeva gain confidence

Russian figure skater Evgenia Medvedeva may have skated to a Chopin piece in the ladies single figure skating short program on Sunday (Feb. 11), but she prefers K-Pop group EXO to get her pumped up before hitting the ice.According to The Washington Post, Medvedeva listens to the South Korean group to gain confidence. “It’s unreal inspiration and it really improved my mood,” the skater said. EXO’s popularity has increased over the past year after the release of their 2017 album “The War” which has been gaining traction around the world.The 19-year-old skater also loves the mega-popular K-pop group BTS, and has various videos of herself dancing to the K-Pop group’s hits, like “Fire," which you can watch below.

nathan chen, gus kenworthy, nina roth discuss fear in video

The Team USA Olympians may seem fearless as they fly down the slopes at breakneck speeds and land seemingly impossible jumps on one skate blade, but it turns out even world-renowned athletes are scared of some things.For a number of these competitors, such as figure skater Karen Chen and bobsledder Carlo Valdes, their biggest fears revolve around encountering the creepy crawlies—like spiders and snakes—that also spook a large part of the rest of the world.However, some Team USA members have more intangible concerns on the brain. Ice dancing siblings Alex and Maia Shibutani, for example, are worried about not having enough time to accomplish their goals. “There’s never enough time to do everything we want to do” Alex told TIME, with Maia adding, “That’s our shared fear.”Freestyle skier Gus

the men's figure-skating gold is nathan chen's to lose

The 18-year-old American is already seen as the greatest athlete in the sport’s history—and he’s competing at his first Olympics in an especially talented field.

skater nicole schott using schindler's list upsets internet

Nicole Schott is not the first German figure skater to perform to the music from Schindler’s List, but she might be the last.When Schott took to the ice in the figure skating on Thursday to vie for the gold medal, Pyeongchang’s Gangneung Ice Arena filled with John Williams’ score for Steven Spielberg’s heart-wrenching film. The movie, which is based on real events, tells the story of German industrialist Oskar Schindler, who saved the lives of more than a thousand Jews during the Holocaust by hiring them to work in his factories, preventing them from being shipped to concentration camps.While Williams’ score is rousing, the subject matter of the film makes it an odd selection for a figure skating performance, especially one by a German skater. The internet couldn’t help but notice the choi

see olympic skaters as adorable kids before they were famous

Before you watch the 2018 Winter Olympics skaters throw it down on the ice, first, some adorable videos of them skating as little tykes.At seven years old, Olympic figure skater Nathan Chen was already performing on ice for rapt audiences. And not just performing: he was a junior champion already, with a program showcasing his preternatural skill to the tune of the Lion King’s classic “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King,” with Chen outfitted in a yellow lion cub suit in keeping with the theme.That song choice was fitting; Chen is now the U.S.’s top-ranking male entrant for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, and is one of the main names to beat in the upcoming event.Take a look at young Chen in his Simba suit — as well as fellow U.S. skating team stars Adam Rippon, Mirai Nagasu, Maia and Al

winter olympics 2018: jason brown ice skater does hamilton

When it comes to bringing the heat on the rink, ice skater Jason Brown definitely isn’t giving away his shot. On Thursday night, the skater, who took home a bronze medal during the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, delivered a rousing ice routine set to the lively tunes of cult-status musical Hamilton while performing at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.Skating to “The Room Where It Happens” for the men’s short program, Brown placed third in the standings with a score of 93.23, following Nathan Chen and Adam Rippon. For the routine, he wore a skating costume that was similar to the colonial American costumes that the cast of Hamilton wears.While Brown has yet to be confirmed for the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, the 2018 U.S. Championships play a strong role in the Olympic team selection, so

olympians are for ogling

Every Olympic Games, a certain set of athletes receive an honor that, though it bears no medal, brings glory to their countries and boosts their earning power. They are dubbed the hot Olympians, the people whose faces and bods are just as captivating when they’re slouching on the sidelines as when they’re performing superhuman athletic feats.
The Pyeongchang Games have given us Koen Verweij, a Dutch speedskater with the flowing blond locks of an elfin prince and cheekbones he must certainly use to sharpen his blades. There’s 18-year-old Nathan Chen, a superstar U.S. figure skater equally famous for his quad-packed ice routines and his adorable boy-band looks. We’ve also got U.S. bobsledder Aja Evans, who kindly removed her bodysuit for a 2014 ESPN photoshoot of her extraterrestrial quads

2018 winter olympics: u.s. figure skating lineup announced

USA’s figure skating team includes fresh faces and Olympic veterans with strong medal potential.The U.S. will send three ladies, three men, three ice dance and one pairs team to Pyeongchang. The number of Olympic slots for each country is determined by finishes at last year’s World Championships. The U.S. skating team includes only five returning Olympians; the remainder of the 14-member contingent will make their Olympic debuts in Pyeongchang.Olympic gold medal favorite Nathan Chen continued his undefeated season by winning his second U.S. National championships, which double as the Olympic Trials. Known for his consistent ability to whip off quadruple jumps, Chen made history at last year’s nationals as the only man to complete seven quadruple jumps (two in his short program, and five in

the australian coach behind the uae’s first figure skater

Meet the Australian woman who helped bring the United Arab Emirates's first figure skater to the world stage. Hijabi figure skater Zahra Lari shot to fame this year as the United Arab Emirates’ first competitive figure skater.But what many people did not know was one of those behind her success was Australian skating coach Emilia Ahsan.Russian-born Ahsan worked with Lari for a year as the head coach of the UAE’s Emirates Skating Club, honing her technique and skating skills with a very specific goal in mind.“Her ultimate goal is the represent her country at the Winter Olympics, to be the first to represent her country at the Winter Olympics,” Ahsan told SBS News.“In the Summer Olympics they’ve got someone contesting for the Emirates but no-one yet for the Winter Olympics.“She’s obviously r

the australian coach behind the uae’s first figure skater

Meet the Australian woman who helped bring the United Arab Emirates's first figure skater to the world stage. Hijabi figure skater Zahra Lari shot to fame this year as the United Arab Emirates’ first competitive figure skater.But what many people did not know was one of those behind her success was Australian skating coach Emilia Ahsan.Russian-born Ahsan worked with Lari for a year as the head coach of the UAE’s Emirates Skating Club, honing her technique and skating skills with a very specific goal in mind.“Her ultimate goal is the represent her country at the Winter Olympics, to be the first to represent her country at the Winter Olympics,” Ahsan told SBS News.“In the Summer Olympics they’ve got someone contesting for the Emirates but no-one yet for the Winter Olympics.“She’s obviously r

american women used to dominate in figure skating. what happened?

Between 1992 and 2002, Americans Kristi Yamaguchi, Tara Lipinski, and Sarah Hughes all won individual gold medals for the United States in women’s figure skating. On Wednesday, all three women competing for the U.S. in the 2018 Olympics—Bradie Tennell, Karen Chen, and Mirai Nagasu—fell to the ice. According to USA Today, the three U.S. women combined for the lowest score for an American Olympic contingent since the advent of the short program in 1976.
While the falls weren’t necessarily expected, none of the Americans had any realistic hope of contending for a medal. How did U.S. women’s figure skating fall so far so fast? Here are a few theories.
The United States hasn’t adapted to the new scoring system. The International Skating Union’s new system, adopted in 2004, rewards difficult,

adam rippon hired as nbc correspondent for olympics

Pyeongchang Olympic breakout figure skater Adam Rippon is joining NBC's coverage of the Games as a correspondent. Rippon will work for NBC on television, social media and digital platforms.Rippon, 28, is a figure skater who helped the men's team win a bronze medal in the free skate competition. The skater, who is openly gay, made headlines in January when he criticized Vice President Mike Pence, referring to the politician as a man who "funded gay conversion therapy." Rippon also pledged to not attend a White House meeting with Pence and President Donald Trump upon returning from the Olympics.This article was originally published on The Hollywood Reporter.

workout that keeps olympic figure skater michelle kwan fit and happy

Michelle Kwan is an exemplary American figure skater who won accolades in the late 1990s and early 2000s. At the 1998 Nagano Olympics, Kwan took home the silver medal, and throughout her career won five World Championships. Her skating performances were technically clean, graceful, and moving.Early Life of Michelle KwanMichelle Kwan is the third child to father, Danny Kwan and mother, Estella Kwan from Hong Kong. Her mother, Estella Kwan was instrumental in shaping her since an early stage. Michelle was woken up at 4:30 a.m. daily and by 5:00 a.m. she was to be present at the rink. This had a daily schedule before school. And this training shaped her into becoming the most iconic skating figure in U.S. history.As a young skater, Kwan confesses she faced a lot of body image issues, and has

media outlets use arkit to bring the news into your living room – macstories

Last week, The New York Times announced that it had added an augmented reality feature to its iOS app. The first article with embedded AR content was a preview of the feature published last week that explained to readers how it worked. At the bottom of the article was a newspaper box that could be dropped into your surroundings. I showed it off to some friends over the weekend, and everyone was impressed by how realistic it looked as they walked around the box in a neighbor’s kitchen.The New York Times debuted its new ARKit features with a newspaper box demo.This week, the Times rolled the feature out as part of its Winter Olympics coverage. In Four of the World’s Best Olympians, as You’ve Never Seen Them Before, the publication spotlights figure skater Nathan Chen, speed skater J.R. Celsk

ice queens

This post is part of Outward, Slate’s home for coverage of LGBTQ life, thought, and culture. Read more here.
I didn’t come out as gay until five months after I retired from competitive figure skating, in June of 2008. I left the sport at the age of 21, 16 years after I had taken up figure skating lessons in Nancy Kerrigan’s old rink. For most of my career, I competed as a pair with my younger sister, Molly, and we achieved moderate success on the junior level, racking up fourth-place pewter medals as far as the eye could see. At a certain point, it became clear that we were getting no closer to our Olympic dream in this incredibly expensive sport, and it made sense to hang up our skates. So there I was, on the brink of adulthood, perfectly comfortable lifting another human being over my h

adam rippon declines nbc's offer to serve as olympics correspondent

Pyeongchang Olympic breakout figure skater Adam Rippon has been asked to join NBC's coverage of the Games as a correspondent. Rippon would work for NBC on television, social media and digital platforms.Rippon, 28, is a figure skater who helped the men's team win a bronze medal in the free skate competition. The skater, who is openly gay, made headlines in January when he criticized Vice President Mike Pence, referring to the politician as a man who "funded gay conversion therapy." Rippon also pledged to not attend a White House meeting with Pence and President Donald Trump upon returning from the Olympics.Later Sunday, Rippon tweeted that was "flattered" but decided to decline the offer, which he had learned of via Twitter.This article was originally published on The Hollywood Reporter.

yuzuru hanyu: what to know about the olympics figure skater

It’s a feat that hasn’t been achieved for more than six decades, but reigning Olympic figure skating champion Yuzuru Hanyu isn’t known to let a little thing like precedent get in his way. The 23-year-old – already known by some as the greatest figure skater ever – will head to the 2018 Pyeonchang Winter Olympics and attempt to reclaim the men’s figure skating gold medal. The last male singles skater to win gold at two successive Olympics was America’s Dick Button in 1948 and 1952.But Hanyu, known as Japan’s “Ice Prince,” will have to overcome more than just the weight of history if he’s to seize the title in a back-to-back win. A severe ankle injury kept him off the ice and unable to train for more than two months. He’s made a comeback before, including after abdominal surgery, and he’s st

Search Tags
trump talks north korea threat in calls with china japan leaders will nintendo switch online be worth it every device modscape added a modern extension with a mezzanine bedroom to a brick house in australia govt to import 2 000 tonnes onion as prices soar to rs 65 kg have americans given up currently selected picture благоустройства the first ford mustang bullitt just raised a huge sum for charity twice s signal earns biggest us sales week yet first heatseekers album chart entry κοτζιάς ο δρόμος για την πγδμ στην εε ανοίγει μόλις υπάρξει νομική επικύρωση της συμφωνίας πολιτικές ειδήσεις hike in coal prices likely to impact secondary steel makers says icra 2g scam verdict court defers cases against a raja kanimozhi to december dying refugee on nauru brought to australia after public outcry a song you can graduate to will nab the culprits siddaramaiah assures rahul bci delegation meeting sc judges facebook stories is rolling out now on android ios will my phone get the android oreo update might have to change navjot singh sidhu s portfolio amarinder singh 15 first things every new android user should do no cut in funds for pure science by karnataka govt minister названы причины затопления островов в океане healthy coral populations this app is the perfect solution for all working parents armed deputy who failed to enter florida school during massacre quits will move a privilege notice against pm renuka on modi s laughter jibe spent battery from melbourne ابتكار علمي لرؤية جسد المريض من الداخل very private art — turecepcja chad knight chad knight will modicare succeed majority on facebook twitter say no bs poll icici videocon whistleblower s new charges against kocchar in letter to pm νδ επιτομή πολιτικού εξευτελισμού η δήλωση καμμένου πολιτική επικαιρότητα street precinct the new intellectuals hold managers accountable for california meal break compliance all amazon prime members can now try clothes before they buy presstv hundreds rally against eu nato in italy συναγερμός στο πότσνταμ από ύποπτο πακέτο κόσμος επικαιρότητα
Facebook Twitter Google Plus Digg Share This

All rights reserved. © Laxaro 2016-2017 Run in 0.055 seconds