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World leaders' sports complex

Popularity 5Viewed 2259 times 2014-11-19 11:33 |Personal category:reading note|System category:Life| football, recalled, complex, several, sports

G20 leaders convened in Brisbane Australia with abundant topics in discussion. Their sports complex is also a hot topic.



It's not a secret that President Xi Jinping likes football, which can be recalled back to 1980s when he watched games in Worker's Stadium several times. While making a visit to Dublin Ireland in  Feb 2012, Mr. Xi pleasantly displayed his football charming.



Mr. Xi didn't forget the football when he made a speech on the 50th anniversary of Diplomatic relations between China and France on 27 Mar in which he mentioned the newly-arrived China football coach Alain Perrin.




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Vladimir Putin has said, "I feel at home while stepping into the Judo mat." Needless to say, macho Putin is a sports fan, especially in wrestling, Judo and skiing. Putin, with a 6-degree black belt in judo, has won the championship of the judo competition held in Saint Petersburg for several times.



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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot can be eligible as a sportsmaster. While studying in Cambridge University he had won the highest reward as an amateur boxer.  Resolve and self-discipline are his personal tags. He is good at jogging, cycling, marathon, even having ability to complete triathon in 14 hours.



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