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Donetsk

champion Feofanova into bronze with reigning Olympic (2000 Summer Olympics) champion Dragila taking silver. The IAAF considered all three records to be over-all (outdoor) records, hence the indoor and outdoor records now stood at 4.86 m At an indoor meeting on 12 February in Donetsk, Ukraine, Isinbayeva set a new indoor world record. She cleared 4.91 m. In March she successfully defended her World Indoor title in front of a homeland crowd in Moscow, Russia. During the 2006


Thuringia

sprint at the Albertville Olympics in 1992 and followed that up by taking silver in the 20 km individual and gold in the relay. Therefore the only race he could not claim a gold medal in was the 20km individual where the out-of-the-blue win by Eugeni Redkine of Russia prevented him from becoming an absolute champion of these Games. '''Sondershausen''' is a town in Thuringia, Germany, capital of the Kyffhäuserkreis district, situated about 50 km north of Erfurt


Seville

the final at the 1997 IAAF World Indoor Championships finishing in sixth place. Two years later she won her only medal to date at the major international final taking silver medal at the 1999 World Championships in Athletics (1999 World Championships in Athletics – Women's triple jump) in Seville, Spain. The next year at the 2000 Summer Olympics (Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's triple jump) she finished in fourth position thus cementing her place as an elite triple jumper. World Championships (1999 World Championships in Athletics) Seville, Spain bgcolor "silver" 2nd World Championships (1999 World Championships in Athletics) Seville, Spain bgcolor "silver" align "center" 2nd WikiPedia:Seville commons:Sevilla


East Germany

objective". Portnov remained the winner with Giron taking silver and Cagnatto of Italy bronze. * Martina Jaschke (East Germany) was 4th after the preliminary high dives, behind 2 Soviets and a Mexican, but came back to win gold on the second day of competition. * East Germany dominated rowing (Sport rowing), winning eleven of the fourteen titles. The East German men won 7 out of 8 events, foiled from achieving a clean sweep by Pertti Karppinen


Havana

taking silver medal at the 1999 World Championships in Athletics (1999 World Championships in Athletics – Women's triple jump) in Seville, Spain. The next year at the 2000 Summer Olympics (Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's triple jump) she finished in fourth position thus cementing her place as an elite triple jumper. Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships (U-20) (1990 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics#Female_Junior_A_.28under_20.29) Havana, Cuba bgcolor cc9966 3rd "A Song for Assata" chronicles the arrest, trial, incarceration and Cuban political asylum of Assata Shakur (a member of the Black Panther Party, after whom Common named his daughter, Omoye Assata Lynn). The spoken word piece at the end of the track is a quote from Assata Shakur. During the album's creation, Common traveled to Havana, Cuba where he met and talked with Shakur. The excerpt used details Shakur's thoughts on what freedom is and what it means to be free. As she notes: Biography Amelia was born in 1896 in Yaguajay (Yaguajay, Cuba), in the former Cuban province of ''Las Villas'' (now Sancti Spíritus Province). In 1915, her family moved to Havana, to the ''La Víbora'' district, and this gave her the opportunity to enter the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes "San Alejandro" at the rather late age of 20 years (students at this academy usually start at 12–13 years of age). She was among Leopoldo Romañach's favourite students. By 1924, she exposed her paintings for the first time, along with another Cuban female painter, ''María Pepa Lamarque''. She transferred to Europe in 1927, and established herself in Paris, although she paid short visits to Spain, Italy and other countries. Vida y Obra de Amelia Peláez '''Santa Cruz del Norte''' is a municipality in the Mayabeque Province of Cuba. Before 2011 it was part of La Habana Province. It is located on the north shore, between the cities of Havana and Matanzas, at the mouth of the Santa Cruz River. WikiPedia:Havana Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Havana commons:La Habana


Slovenia

of Slovenia finished strongly, taking Silver and Bronze respectively, and beating defending champion, pre-race favourite and Holmes' training partner, Maria de Lurdes Mutola of Mozambique, who finished fourth. # 20px (Image:Flag of Finland.svg) Finland, (Jani Sievinen, Jarno Pihlava, Jere Hård, Matti Rajakylä) 3:41.64 # 20px (Image:Flag of Slovenia.svg) Slovenia, (Blaž Medvešek, Emil Tahirovič, Peter Mankoč, Jernej Godec) 3:44.17 # Image:Flag


Vancouver

of Poland who was leading the overall World Cup standings coming into the race. Bjørgen won her second gold in the 2 x 7.5-kilometre on 19 February 2010. Bjørgen was also part of the 4 x 5 km relay team that won gold on 25 February 2010, finishing with enough time to cross the line with a large Norwegian flag given to her by a spectator near the finish, and jumping over the finish line. She closed out her trip in Vancouver by taking silver 0.3 seconds behind Poland's Justyna Kowalczyk


Morocco

''' at the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics was won by Briton (Great Britain) Kelly Holmes, who ran a tactical race, coming from the back of the field. Hasna Benhassi of Morocco and Jolanda Čeplak of Slovenia finished strongly, taking Silver and Bronze respectively, and beating defending champion, pre-race favourite and Holmes' training partner, Maria de Lurdes Mutola of Mozambique, who finished fourth. ''Peganum harmala'' as well as harmine exhibit cytotoxicity


Greece

result, taking silver. '''Australia''' competed at the '''2004 Summer Olympics''' in Athens, Greece with 482 competitors, which was the second largest Olympic team. Australian athletes have competed in every Summer Olympic Games since 1896. Australia is represented by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC). '''Japan''' competed at the '''2004 Summer Olympics''' in Athens, Greece. The delegation of athletes and officials was represented


Germany

but came back to win gold at the 1974 European Championships (1974 European Championships in Athletics#Track). The period between the European Championships and the 1976 Summer Olympics, saw a rivalry emerge between Malinowski and Swedish (Sweden) athlete Anders Gärderud. It ended with Malinowski taking silver behind the first-place Gärderud who won in world-record time. By 1841, the community had grown beyond the space available in the little house on Ezelstraat, and Ryken, with financial help from a sympathetic banker, purchased a large estate in a neighboring section of Bruges called "Het Walletje". The Xaverian brothers began to attract candidates from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, England, Ireland and France. '''Ferdinand Gottlob Schichau''' (30 January 1814 – 23 January 1896) was a German (Germany) mechanical engineer and businessman. Biography at Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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