Dry fish food can make goldfish constipated.
The melting point of cocoa butter is just below the human body temperature, which is why it literally melts in your mouth.
There are over 100 styles of BluBlocker sunglasses available on the market
Seoul, the South Korean capital, just means "the capital" in the Korean language.
Frank Wathernam was the last prisoner to leave Alcatraz prison on March 21, 1963
The average cough comes out of your mouth at 60MPH.
Some in Japan bath in coffee grounds that were fermented with pineapple pulp to improve their skin and reduce wrinkles
The word lethologica describes the state of not being able to remember the word you want
Studies have shown that classical music helps cows produce more milk
The weight of air in a milk glass is about the same as the weight of one aspirin.
There are no ants in Iceland, Antarctica and Greenland
Jellyfish have been on Earth for over 650 million years. This is before sharks and dinosaurs
When a person dies, hearing is usually the last sense to go.
Tourists visiting Iceland should know that tipping at a restaurant is considered an insult.
The study of the iris of the eye is called iridology
The famous Indian epic Mahabharata contains almost three million words.
The word earthling was first found in print in 1593.
The Olympics were originally held for the Greek god Zeus
Each year the Pentagon estimates their computer network is hacked about 250,000 times annually
Central air conditioners use 98% more energy than ceiling fans.
There was once a country called Prussia. After World War II, it was divided among Poland, Germany, and the USSR
There is an automobile model called Stutz Bearcat.
The planet Venus spins opposite to the other planets in the solar system
If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle; if the horse has one front leg in the air, the person died as a result of wounds received in battle; if the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes
In 1999, a three headed turtle was discovered by Lin Chi-Fa in his pond in Southern Taiwan
The average four year-old child asks over four hundred questions a day
41% of women apply body or hand moisturizer a minimum three times a day
Studies show that divorced women have more trouble starting new relationships than divorced men
Milk chocolate was invented in Switzerland by David Peter in 1876
Mice, whales, elephants, giraffes and man all have seven neck vertebra.
Europeans in the Middle Ages used to call coffee the Arabic Wine
One ton of grapes can produce 720 bottles of wine
It cost the soft drink industry $100 million a year for thefts committed involving vending machines
Lenny Kravitz's mother played the part of 'Helen'on 'The Jeffersons'.
In ancient Rome it was considered a sign of leadership to be born with a crooked nose.
The hippopotamus has the capability to remain underwater for as long as twenty-five minutes
The turbot fish lays approximately 14 million eggs during its lifetime.
96% of people put the peanut butter on first when making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
A common drink for Tibetans is Butter Tea which is made out of butter, salt, and brick tea
There are approximately 2,700 different species of mosquitoes.
Pitcher Darold Knowles once pitched all seven games of one World Series
There are over 1,800 known species of fleas
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Rules to play Triathlon
Helmets Rule for Elites
(a) Type of Helmet. All participants shall wear a protective head cover, undamaged and unaltered, which meets or exceeds the safety standards of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and which is clearly labeled by the manufacturer as satisfying such standards. Helmets not labeled as approved by the CPSC, but meet one or more of the following standards Snell B90, Snell B95, ASTM 144712, CEN European Standard, Canadian Standards Association, Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand AS/NZS, and Japanese Industrial Standard JIS, may be used on condition the participant completes and signs a supplemental waiver. Removal of a helmet cover, if required for that helmet to meet such safety standards, or the addition of elastic to the helmet strap shall constitute an impermissible alteration in violation of this Section. Any violation of this Section 5.9A(a) shall result in disqualification.
(b) Use of Helmet. The helmet must be properly placed on the head and fastened before the participant first mounts the bicycle, at all times when the participant is on the bicycle, and must not be unfastened or removed unless the participant has dismounted. Any violation of this Section 5.9A(b) shall result in disqualification. Not withstanding the preceding sentence, a participant shall not be disqualified if the helmet strap unintentionally and temporarily becomes unattached, and the participant immediately comes to a full stop and repairs the strap and replaces the helmet while fully stopped with both feet on the ground.
(c) Chinstraps. The helmet strap must be unsnapped at the start of the race and must remain unsnapped until the athlete is prepared to begin the bicycle portion of the event. The helmet strap must be snapped in the transition area immediately prior to beginning the bicycle course.