The findings contradict evidence which suggests that we portray ourselves in a good light in our profile pictures - instead it seems we're doing it all wrong.This participant selected the top, second from left photo for her professional profile picture but strangers thought she looked better in the bottom, second from left one.Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Co will take to the track for the 12th time this season for the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa on Sunday.
After he saw swimmers Tom Malchow and Tom Dolan compete at the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta, Phelps began to dream of becoming a champion.He launched his swimming career at the Loyola High School pool. At the age of 15, Phelps became the youngest American male swimmer to compete at an Olympic Games in 68 years.2019 will be the last year for the Grand Prix at Silverstone.It seemed like the latest step-up in an increasingly bitter rivalry between the two main Formula One title contenders - but all was not quite as it seemed following qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.Phelps began swimming when his two older sisters, Whitney (born in 1978) and Hilary (born in 1980), joined a local swim team. At age 7, Phelps was still "a little scared" to put his head under water, so his instructors allowed him to float around on his back.
Not surprisingly, the first stroke he mastered was the backstroke.
Anyone with an online dating account will know that choosing the perfect profile picture for your page is a tricky business.
From candid photos to Snapchat selfies, it can be difficult to know what will help you bag the likes in a sea of profiles.
When it comes to your profile picture, a total stranger knows what's best for you, according to new research.
Images selected by strangers convey a much more favourable first impression than images people select for themselves, according to the study.
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