been providing necessary medical supplies to hospitals and training Sudanese health professionals to help them deal with Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010)field-news - Sudan: MSF to Open Additional Kala Azar Treatment Site in Upper Nile State '''MSF'' Retrieved 20 September 2011 MSF, Sudanese Ministry of Health and other national and international institutions are combining efforts
to improve on the treatment and diagnosis of Kala-Azar. MSF Article (2010)field-news -Sudan: MSF Opens a Kala Azar Treatment Center in Eastern Atbara Region '''MSF''' Retrieved 20 September 2011 Research on its cures and vaccines are currently being conducted. In December 2010, South Sudan is hit with the worst outbreak of Kala-Azar
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2006 eventCode 3490 news kind 100 newsid 36278.html Richards takes down 22-year-old record – IAAF World Cup in Athletics, DAY ONE . IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-02-16. At the end of the season, with Gatlin banned from competition, Gay dominated the ''Track and Field News'' US 2006 list, having run six of the seven fastest 100 m, with Scott in third, and four of the top six 200 m times (behind Carter and Spearmon). Rorick, Jim (2007-01-14).
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. The 1996 Olympics Lewis qualified for the American Olympic team for the fifth time in the long jump, the only time an American man has done so. ''Track and Field News'', September 1996, vol. 49, #9, p. 18 At the 1996 Atlanta Olympics (1996 Summer Olympics), injuries to world-record holder Mike Powell and the leading long-jumper in the world, Iván Pedroso, affected their performances. Lewis, on the other hand, was in good form. Though he did not match past performances
, his third-round leap of 8.50 m won gold by 21 cm over second-place James Beckford (James Beckford (athlete)) of Jamaica. ''Track and Field News'' October 1996, vol. 49, #10, p. 36 He became one of only three Olympians to win the same individual event four times, International Olympic Committee – Athletes joining Denmark Danish
school and is a member of the National Honor Society, ending her high school academic career with a 4.0 grade point average. In 2002 she was named National High School Female Athlete of the Year, USA Track and Field's Youth Athlete of the Year, and Track and Field News Women's Prep Athlete of the Year. Track and Field News High School AOY A correctly prepared cat or dog may be imported without quarantine
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(athlete) Tom Farrell , a local runner and eventual junior Olympic medalist and sub-4 minute miler. Many colleges tried to recruit Lewis, and he chose to enroll at the University of Houston where Tom Tellez was coach. Tellez would thereafter remain Lewis’ coach for his entire career. Days after graduating from high school in 1979, Lewis broke the high school long jump record with a leap of 8.13 m (26 ft 8 in).
in Athletics at the Olympic Stadium (Olympic Stadium (Athens)), Athens, Greece, he led the race from start to finish, blazing the first 200 meters in 23.47 seconds, and successfully defended the World Championship title he had won in 1995. He was voted Track & Field Athlete of the Year by Track and Field News Magazine. Mile Stockholm, Sweden 3:59.57 thumb Gustav Filip Creutz. (Image:Gustav Filip Creutz.jpg) Count '''Gustaf Philip Creutz''' (1 May 1731 in Anjala
?id 10504 Complete Lausanne GP Results . ''Track and Field News'' (2006-07-11). Retrieved on 2009-02-06. After 2006 breakthrough, anything is possible at 200m!. IAAF (2006-12-26). Retrieved on 2009-02-06. Improvements in the 100 m followed, as he won the Rethymno track meet and set another personal best with 9.88 s.
& Field News and Athletics Weekly magazines voted Coe Athlete of the Year, an honour he had also won in 1979. Sandro Pertini was against Italy's participation in World War I, but served as a lieutenant and was awarded several medals as for bravery. In 1918 he joined the United Socialist Party (United Socialist Party (Italy, 1922–1930)), PSU, then he settled in Florence where he also graduated in political science with a thesis entitled ''La Cooperazione'' ("Cooperation