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Ryan The Moon Coker-Welch has been making noise in recent months. Schuhe Günstig Kaufen . At The Big House 6, he took Joseph Mango Marquez to Game 5 and finished ninth overall. At Smash Summit 3, his vibrant personality shined on the commentary couch, garnering many fans over the course of the weekend. Despite his solid 2016 performances and strong social media presence, The Moon is notably missing a prefix in front of his name; Hes teamless.When it comes to top Marth players, most think of Kevin PPMD Nanneys immaculate movement, Jason Mew2King Zimmermans punish game or Kevin PewPewU Toys creativity. The Moons particular strengths are hard to put in a highlight reel; Hes smart and adaptive to situations, often giving up small freebies as experiments, so that he can exploit these patterns later. Very often, hell lose the first game of a set and then demolish his opponent in the next two. His game doesnt have the most finesse but he gets wins over top players.The Moon recognizes that his ranking is lower than other players, but he knows that he can give even the best a hard time. In regards to the attitude of other top players, he said, They know my rank, but I know they are scared of me. Even if I dont win every time, I make them work and they know they cant sleep on me or they will pay.In 2016, The Moon defeated many of the Top 15 players, including Weston Westballz Dennis and Joey Lucky Aldama. He also had many close sets with the top tier, including a close five-game set against Mew2King at Super Smash Con 2016 that could have gone in The Moons favor had he not suicided in a crucial game. His set against Mango at The Big House 6 went to the last hit on the final game, and he could have won if any little thing went differently. Most recently, he defeated Zachary SFAT Cordoni at Smash Summit 3 despite losing the first two games.In many aspects, The Moons rise as a player parallels SFATs. For the longest time, SFAT struggled to close out the final game of sets against the best players even when he started the sets strong. It wasnt until recently that SFAT found success over the likes of players such as Mango or Hungrybox. For The Moon, it might only be a matter of time before he sees similar breakthroughs of his own and defeat the gods of melee.The Moon talks a lot about overcoming breakthroughs in the past by meticulously grinding techniques and movement in order to incorporate them into his gameplay. He rose quickly in the tri-state region and continues to make a presence at majors. He credits his work ethic as a primary reason for his rapid improvement, whereas many others fail and stop progressing.Im not afraid to fail and look stupid, and Im going to keep trying to improve. Im confident in my process and the difference between me and the best is a matter of making a few mistakes. I know that I can compete at a high level just like the other guys, he says.Although The Moon finished ninth at Smash Summit 3, he continues to keep his head up. Between commentary shifts, he made sure to practice long hours with the other top players. He leaves the Smash Summit 3, proud of the hard work that he put into his gameplay, and the community is eager to see more of his game play and awesome personality. Still, he remains focused on his dream of winning a major that has most of the top fifty present.Hopefully by then, The Moon finds a team that will support his endeavors. Schuhe Günstig . LOUIS -- St. Nike Air Max 90 Kaufen . The catch: It needs a lot of money, and it needs it fast. https://www.schuheshopschweiz.ch/kaufen-schweiz-nike-air-max-97-gunstig-fake-bestellen-d166.html . To the surprise of many, it isnt the Wolverines but their in-state rivals the Michigan State Spartans.Coping with accidentally flushing your hearing aid down the toilet is just a blip in the life and times of a re-energised Olivia Breen. The Paralympic sprinter and long jumper, born with cerebral palsy, is almost totally deaf without her trusty apparatus but shes got bigger and better things to worry about these days thanks to some huge life changes.After a disappointing Paralympic Games in Brazil, the 20-year-old Sky Academy Sports Scholar has reflected, reappraised and is now fully recharged. Watch out world.....Olivia reveals all the latest.....Life has been really eventful since I got back from Rio. As you know, the Paralympics didnt go very well for me and I came back feeling quite down.After a few days at home with family and friends and a meeting with Sky Scholarship boss Tony Lester, we realised something needed to change. Tony suggested I talk to Aston Moore, a British Athletics long jump coach who looked after me in Rio and with whom I had developed a good relationship. Getting stuck into winter training in a new environment After meeting with Aston he agreed to start training me. We also decided that it would be good for me to do a course at Loughborough College to give more balance in my life so I enrolled on a course, Teaching Exercise and Fitness, which one day I would like to follow as a career.I feel really happy that I have made these changes in my life and feel really positive and optimistic about the future.I am enjoying living in the halls of residence at Loughborough and having the university life experience. I have a lot of friends here and it is really good to be able to see them. After making the decision to make the move, Aston and I went to Barcelona for a few days with my friend Laura.We had so much fun and it was good to get a few days of sunshine. I also felt relaxed as I knew that I was about to make a positive change in my life. I have now been living in Loughborough for about a month and I am really enjoying it.I am loving training with Aston and his lovely group of athletes. Everything is so convenient and I can literally walk between my halls, college and the track which is so different to having to take a bus and then three different trains to training which I was doing last year. Olivia Breens Rio Paralympic diary I feel that I have so much more energy because of this. Nike Air Max Günstig Kaufen. My first week in Loughborough was quite interesting as I stupidly dropped my hearing aid down the toilet! It was so annoying as I dont have a spare one so I had to travel all the way back to Guildford to have a new one fitted.The life of a deaf athlete is never straight forward!Last weekend I went home as I went to Hamleys, the London toy shop, with the charity Dreams Come True. I have been an ambassador for the charity for the last four years and I love doing events with them.On Sunday Hamleys closed its doors to the public so that the children the charity help could shop. It was a really fun day and it was great to see how happy the children were. Olivia begins preparation with a few days in Barcelona Some of these children live with heartbreaking conditions and seeing them really puts life into perspective and makes me realise how lucky I am.I also went back to my old club, City of Portsmouth, to do a training session and it was good to see lots of familiar old faces.I am now back in Loughborough and looking forward to a solid block of winter training before Christmas. Bring it on.WHATS COMING UP FOR OUR SCHOLARS....NOV 14 - 17: Jack Bateson, GB boxing campNOV 20: Quillan Isidore, BMX Winter Nationals, Manchester  Also See: About the Scholarship Meet the athletes Blogs Videos Galleries ' ' '

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