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Kingdom of Egypt

Egypt ''' competed at the '''1936 Summer Olympics''' in Berlin, Germany. 53 competitors, all men, took part in 30 events in 10 sports. '''Egypt (Kingdom of Egypt)''' competed at the '''1948 Summer Olympics''' in London, England. 85

competitors, all men, took part in 53 events in 12 sports. '''Egypt (Kingdom of Egypt)''' competed at the '''1952 Summer Olympics''' in Helsinki, Finland. 106 competitors, all men, took part in 65 events in 14 sports. ref name "sports

-reference" - align center June 13 bgcolor #DDFFDD The '''Egyptian Republic''' supersedes the Kingdom of Egypt. Cairo remains the capital. - - align center February 2 bgcolor #DDFFDD The '''Kingdom of Egypt''' gains independence from the United Kingdom. Cairo is the capital. -


Tema

against men three times his age. When he was eight, his mother won the Green Card Lottery (Diversity Immigrant Visa), and his family moved to Rockville, Maryland


Seoul

sports. Athletes from 12 of the ex-Soviet republics would compete as the Unified Team at the 1992 Summer Olympics, and each nation would field independent teams in subsequent Games. The '''United States''' competed at the ''' 1988 Summer Olympics

''' in Seoul, South Korea. 527 competitors, 332 men and 195 women, took part in 230 events in 27 sports. The '''Netherlands''' (as ''Holland'') competed at the '''1988 Summer Olympics''' in Seoul, Republic of Korea (South Korea). 147 competitors

, 93 men and 54 women, took part in 86 events in 17 sports. The United Kingdom competed as '''Great Britain''' at the '''1988 Summer Olympics''' in Seoul, Korea (South Korea). 345 competitors, 219 men and 126 women, took part in 191 events in 22


Mikkeli

-2014 rehn about cv index_en.htm work European Commission accessdate 28 April 2014 Notable people *Jalo Autonen *Erkki Liikanen


Brooks, Alberta

event. In 2004 (2004 Summer Olympics) she finished 18th in the individual event, and fourth in the team event.


St. Albert, Alberta

, on July 1, 1977. His father, a lawyer, was born in Nigeria and changed his first name from Adekunle to Elvis when he arrived in Canada. His surname means "Big tree" in Yoruba (Yoruba language), his father's native


Whitby, Ontario

of four children to Gordon and Joanne Nieuwendyk, who immigrated to Canada from the Netherlands in 1958. Gordon owned a car repair shop in Whitby. Joe grew up in a sporting family. His brother Gil was a box lacrosse


Helsinki

, he represented Great Britain (UK) at the Helsinki 1952 Summer Olympic Games, and the World Championships in 1950 and 1953 in the sabre (Sabre#Modern sport fencing) event.

Results accessdate 2010-06-27 work sports-reference.com and the World Championships in 1950 and 1953 in the sabre (Sabre#Modern sport fencing) event. He finished tied for fifth in the team sabre event at Helsinki in 1952 (1952 Summer Olympics). The winning school

work sports-reference.com Mr. '''Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav''' ( , born January 15, 1926 – August 14, 1984), or '''KD Jadhav''', widely known as 'Pocket Dynamo', was independent India's first individual Olympic (Olympic Games) medalist when he won the freestyle wrestling bronze medal at the 1952 Helsinki Games. Since 1900 when Norman Pritchard won two silver medals in Athletics


Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

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, November 1, 1990 work New York Times: New York Edition page B13 accessdate June 11, 2009 '''WCLH''' (90.7 FM broadcasting FM


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