Kids News - Current Events
Philippe Croizon, a 42-year old French resident made history on September 19th, when he became the first quadruple amputee, to swim across the 21-mile long English Channel. What's even more impressive, is that he completed the swim in thirteen and a half hours - almost a full ten hours faster than had been expected.
On September 17th, Macau's most expensive show - The House of Dancing Water, made its debut to rave reviews. The visual feast that includes stunning acrobatics, water stunts, ariel arts and theatre, is being touted as the world's largest and most spectacular water extravaganza.
This past week, Rafael 'Rafa' Nadal not only won his first U.S. Open, but also, entered the ranks of all time greats, by becoming only the seventh person in the history of tennis, to win all four Grand Slam tournaments - The Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open.