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Wales

athlete (Athletics (sport)) who specialised in the 110 metres hurdles. Over his career representing Great Britain and Wales he won an Olympic (Summer Olympics) silver medal, became world champion (World Championships in Athletics) three times, went undefeated at the European Championships (European Athletics Championships) for 12 years and was a two-time Commonwealth (Commonwealth Games) champion. His world record (list of world records in athletics) of 12.91 seconds for the 110 m hurdles stood for over a decade, and he is also the 60 metres hurdles world record holder. 60 Metres Hurdles Records. IAAF (2009-04-04). Retrieved on 2009-04-04. Athletics career Jackson, born in Cardiff, Wales, is of Jamaican, Maroon (Jamaican Maroons), Taino (Taíno people), and Scottish (Scottish people) ancestry. Who Do You Think You Are - Colin Jackson. BBC Sport. Retrieved on 2009-06-18. He attended Birchgrove Primary School and then Llanedeyrn High School playing football (football (soccer)) and cricket for the county and rugby union and basketball for his school. '''Rhymney''' ( WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


Egypt

representing Great Britain, Deng collected 21 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks against Slovakia, at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena on August 21, 2007. Report on FIBAeurope.com Alsatian-born (Alsace) Bernardo Haas, who came to El Salvador in 1868, was believed


Canada

, to help unlock the estimated 300 billion barrels (48 km³) of recoverable oil in the Athabasca oil sands. The team representing Great Britain was awarded a total of two medals, both won by Irish athletes. The top non-USA athlete was Emil Rausch of Germany, who won three swimming events. Zoltan Halmay of Hungary and Charles Daniels (Charles Daniels (swimmer)) of the United States each won two swimming gold medals. Galt Football Club from Canada won the gold medal

Sumaré, São Paulo, Brazil (from January 2008–present) body_style 2-door coupe (FG2) 4-door sedan (sedan (car)) (FA5) Colonel '''Gordon "Don" Debenham Dailley,''' CD (Canadian Forces Decoration) (July 24, 1911 - May 3, 1989) is a Canadian (Canada)-born ice hockey player who was notable for his achievements while representing Great Britain at international ice hockey competitions. After his hockey career, he had a successful


Germany

to various kinds of charity, both in Sweden, Germany and Italy. The team representing Great Britain was awarded a total of two medals, both won by Irish athletes. The top non-USA athlete was Emil Rausch of Germany, who won three swimming events. Zoltan Halmay of Hungary and Charles Daniels (Charles Daniels (swimmer)) of the United States each won two swimming gold medals. Galt Football Club from Canada won the gold medal in football (association football). ! style "background:#FFB6B6" Total '''US (United States)''' '''FR (France)''' '''DE (Germany)''' '''RU (Russia)''' '''Total''' ! style "background:#FFB6B6" Total ! style "background:#FFB6B6" Total '''US (United States)''' '''FR (France)''' '''DE (Germany)''' '''RU (Russia)''' '''UK (United Kingdom)''' '''Total''' ! style "background:#FFB6B6" Total ! style "background:#FFB6B6" Total '''FR (France)''' '''US (United States)''' '''FR (France)''' '''DE (Germany)''' '''RU (Russia)''' '''UK (United Kingdom)''' '''Total''' ! style "background:#FFB6B6" Total The '''Dewoitine D.520''' was a French (France) fighter aircraft that entered service in early 1940, shortly after the opening of World War II. Unlike the Morane-Saulnier M.S.406, which was at that time the ''Armée de l'Air (List of aircraft of the Armée de l'Air, World War II)'' Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


United States

States and a joint team representing Great Britain and Ireland (in political terms, the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland): '''Victor Francis Hess''' (24 June 1883 – 17 December 1964) was an Austrian-American (United States) physicist, and Nobel laureate in physics (Nobel Prize in Physics), who discovered cosmic rays. '''Carl David Anderson''' (3 September 1905 – 11 January 1991) was an American (United States) physicist. He is best known


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