SpineOut : June 2012
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 issue 11 JUNE - JULY 2012 inside this issue ps SpineOut is your magazine so your ideas are welcome! books & riding more books & swimming even more books and the gods lots more books & other stuff short stories you write I write read this! creative inspiration last bits find us on facebook follow us on twitter www.spineout.com.au Copyright © June 2012. All rights reserved. Good Reading Magazine Pty Limited. The word gymnasium is derived from the Greek word gymnos meaning nude; the literal meaning of gymnasium is school for naked exercise. really? Citius, altius, fortius is Latin for: ... faster ... higher . . . stronger the Olympic motto... Fitter, FaSter, Funnier OlympicS by Michael Cox is published by A&C Black, rrp $11.99 represent the five major regions of the world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania. Every national flag in the world includes one of the five Olympic ring colours. the Olympic torch... Phew!SpineOutisheavy...doIgetamedalforthis? the five Olympic rings... every time you see just doit In 1900 in France, winners received paintings instead of gold medals. press it! gymnasium which is carried around the host nation and into the stadium at the beginning of the modern Olympics, is said to have been inspired by an ancient Greek relay race where, instead of a baton, the runners carried burning torches. The idea was to get to the end of the race before the torch went out (or set the runners’ legs on fire).