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Medalists: Please enter only three rows for each competition. For team and pair events, all team members should be listed within a single medal.
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Sports web encyclopaedia (2005)
com - History - Modern Pentathlon Medalists This document lists all Olympic modern pentathlon medalists. It is a page in the History section...
Olympic Modern Pentathlon Medalists.
by Library of Congress. Catalog Division, Mary Wilson MacNair
Medalists. Medalists, Austrian, French, Italian, etc.] Medals. CJ5501-6651 See also Chronograms; ...
by John Grasso, Bill Mallon, Jeroen Heijmans
are the only dual gold medalists in Olympic men's boxing. Among the Olympic boxers in this weight class who went on to fame as professionals are ...
by Edward L. Melnick, Brian S. Everitt
These results match other findings that show, for instance, that Olympic athletes who won the bronze medal are happier than athletes who won the silver medal, because bronze medalists compared themselves to athletes who finished fourth, ...
medalists,. a. c.",. gift. or. donative. represented. on. a. medal. The. word. £. comes. from. the. Latin. congius;. because. the. first. presents. made to the people of Rome consisted in wine and oil, which were measured out to them in congii.
by John E. Findling, Kimberly D. Pelle
Olympic medalists, Quest for Gold: The Encyclopedia of American Olympians (New York, 1984), which has longer sketches for many subjects. Other collective biographies are Dimiter Mishev ...
by Richard Dean Burns, Joseph M. Siracusa
gold medalists were Otis Davis, who set a world record in the 400-meter run; Glenn Davis, who won the 400 meter in the hurdles; Willam Nieder in the shot put; and Al Oerter in the discus.
Encyclopedia of Creativity (2011)
Famous creators are the intellectual analogs of the athletic champions, such as the Olympic medalists, and as such represent the best the human mind can achieve. Historiometric studies of deceased creators take this scrutiny one step further ...
Encyclopedia of Journalism (2009)
by Christopher H. Sterling
Three to four medalists from the United States, Canada, and Latin American nations are selected each year. Past winners: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Maria_Moors_Cabot_prize Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism Named for the war ...
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Medalists for the Women's Visually Impaired Biathlon, their guides also get medals!
Pursuit & Individual - visually impaired. From left to right: Bronze medalists Alexey Ivanov (guide) and Mikhalina Lysova of Russia, gold medalists Thomas Friedrich (guide) and Verena Bentele of Germany, and silver medalists Natalia Yakimova (guide) and Liubov Vasilyeva of Russia.
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- Gold Medalists, Team Canada
The overtime heroes, Sidney Crosby and Jarome Iginla pose together. Sidney Crosby became a Canadian God after scoring the overtime winning goal, assisted by Jarome Iginla, who made no mistake in passing it to the dynamic superstar.
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The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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