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The three-year-old was in the crowd as Sarah became the most successful British female Paralympian of all-time at the velodrome, when she won individual pursuit gold – her 12th across two sports.
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The British record had been shared with Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and there was a warm embrace between the two women when Tanni interviewed Sarah on BBC Radio 5 live after she took the record.
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2050 world population or go to 9.9 billion, the fastest population growth?

United States Census Bureau (PRB) at the end of August a new 1xbet life by site report predicted that by 2050, the world population will rise to 9.9 billion. This number is so far, all key population projections for the future are high.
At the end of July last year of the United Nations world population prospects: 2015 2050 world population is also mentioned in the version number changes. The report of the United Nations, about 7.3 billion on the basis of the total population in the world, by 2030 this figure is expected to rise to 8.5 billion by 2050 rising to 9.7 billion. France National Institute for demographic studies 2015 report also believes that, in 2050 the world population will rise from the current 7.1 billion people to 9.7 billion. In addition, the International Monetary Fund in March this year in the global demographic changes referred to, world population will exceed 8 billion by 2024, by 2038 will exceed 9 billion by 2056 will exceed 10 billion.
PRB believes that in the current world population of 7.4 billion on the basis of the next 35 years the world population will be climbing at about 33%. Among them, the largest increase in Africa. This year, and the total fertility rate in the top 10 in the country or region, without exception, all African countries.
In the West African country, Nigeria, for example, 1xbet reported that by 2050, Nigeria’s population will double from the current 187 million rising to 398 million, ranking will rise from the current seventh position after the United States fourth. For the next 35 years the world’s population increases so significantly because, according to the report, based on the development of science and technology, people’s intake of nutrients and water resources is easier than ever.