Books On The Olympic Games Series) US olympic Committee, Richard D. Burns (Editor) Listed under cycling. 100Greatest Moments in olympic history Bud Greenspan, et al Hardcover / Published http://www.dropbears.com/b/broughsbooks/sport/olympic_games.htm
Malta Olympic Committee - History history. was represented by the largest contingent ever at the 1960 olympic Games,which Shooting and cycling were the two sports Malta took part in at the http://www.nocmalta.org/kom_history.htm
Extractions: News Calendar Newsletter Merchandise ... Athens 2004 Programme History Preparations are now well in hand for the tenth edition of the Games to be held in Malta again in 2003. Malta hosted twice the annual Seminar for Secretaries General for the European Olympic Committees, in 1988 the 9th edition and in April 2000 for the 21st edition, which has grown to include the Chefs de Mission of the European teams.
Sources For The History Of Cycling matter, 18881965, including his book, published after his death by his daughter,Jean McClintock, The history of the olympic cycling, by Bill Mills, c. 1947. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/mrc/holdings/resources/cycling/
Extractions: Powered by Sitebuilder [c] The National Cycle Archive was established in 1990 by the Cyclists' Touring Club with funds from a bequest by Frank Whitt. Its primary aim is the preservation of records relating to cycles and cycling. The National Cycle Archive Fund is administered by the trustees of the Cycle Touring and Countryside Trust. The archive collection is housed at the Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick Library. The National Cycle Archive comprises books, serials and records deposited by many cycling bodies and individuals. The books and magazines are catalogued on to the University Library Catalogue. They can be found at: http://webcat.warwick.ac.uk/search . Researchers can search by author, title or keyword. A subject search citing Cyclists' Touring Club, National Cycle Archive, or National Cycle Museum will give details of the material belonging to each of these bodies. Most magazines and journals have been placed in one series in order to avoid duplication. Deposits of cycle catalogues and cycle accessories' catalogues, press cuttings, photographs, ephemera, etc., have been placed in deposits dedicated to their class of record, but the records have in general been kept as separate entities, with their own distinguishing references. A brief description of the archives follows. For further details see:
Summer - Atlanta 1996mint Olympic Ticket Weightlifting On olympic history ticket you beautifully olympic Games Athletics Ticket Stub 1948London olympic control ticket/pass 1992 Barcelona olympic cycling ticket/pass http://www.1boomersplace.com/page/crs28-2850-atlanta/1996mint/olympic/ticket/wei
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Extractions: CYCLING By Sport. Archery Badminton Basketball Canoe/Kayaking Cycling Diving Equestrian Fencing Gymnastics Judo Modern Pent. Paralympics Rowing Sailing Shooting Softball Swimming Table Tennis Tae Kwon Do Tennis Triathlon Trampoline Volleyball Water polo Weight Lifting Wheelchair Bball Windsurfing Wrestling Who has Qualified The Way to Sydney Olympic History New Sports ... Back to CAAWS September 30, 2000
Extractions: Following Canadian Women to Sydney By Sport. Archery Badminton Basketball Canoe/Kayaking Cycling Diving Equestrian Fencing Gymnastics Judo Modern Pent. Paralympics Rowing Sailing Shooting Softball Swimming Table Tennis Tae Kwon Do Tennis Triathlon Trampoline Volleyball Water polo Weight Lifting Wheelchair Bball Windsurfing Wrestling Who has Qualified The Way to Sydney Olympic History New Sports ... Back to CAAWS Cycling Clara Hughes finishes sixth in Olympic cycling time trial Canadian cyclist Clara Hughes said goodbye to road racing with a ride she ranked among her best. She didn't add another Olympic medal to the two bronze she won at the 1996 Games, but what she did to finish sixth in the women's time trial Saturday filled her with pride.-September 30, 2000 Finishing for fallen friend Hughes toughs out women's road race Freezing from the cold, hard rain that pounded down most of the race, exhausted from the effort, and stuck in 43rd place, 10:18 behind the winner, Winnipeg cycling star Clara Hughes crossed the finish line of the women's road race yesterday and paid tribute to the friend who couldn't be here.-September 26, 2000
SearchBug Directory: Sports: Events: Olympics 6) Biathlon (2) Boxing (3) Cross Country Skiing (1) cycling (3) Diving (6 Includesmembership, constitution, links, and the Journal of olympic history. http://www.searchbug.com/directory.aspx/Sports/Events/Olympics/
Extractions: Web Pages - ranked by popularity International Olympic Committee http://www.olympic.org/ [Official site] A variety of information involving the candidate and host cities, events, IOC policies, international sports federations, national Olympic committees, and Olympic museum. [Site in French and English] Olympic Truce http://www.olympictruce.org/ Describes the history of the concept of world peace through sports, description of the foundation and news items. International Olympic Numismatic Federation http://www.collectors.olympic.org/e/fino/index2.html
Speedway Wheelmen History Team history. olympic style bicycle racing is sanctioned by the US cycling Federation,which ranks riders from category 5 (least experienced) to category 1 http://www.truesport.com/SpeedwayWheelmen/history.html
Extractions: Team History Formed in 1960, in Speedway, Indiana, the Speedway Wheelmen is the oldest cycling team in Indiana. The team started with fifteen members and has seen its ranks swell to as many as one hundred. Nearly all of the cycling teams and clubs that have formed in Central Indiana since then have had ties back to the Speedway Wheelmen. Cycling tradition in Indiana has to include IU's Little 500 and the movie "Breaking Away". Did you know that Dave Blase, a Speedway Wheelmen, was the Real "Dave Stoller", on which the movie "Breaking Away" is based? The Speedway Wheelmen regularly produce high caliber cyclists, placing both locally and nationally, wearing our colors of orange and blue. Erin Hartwell got his start as a Speedway Wheelmen and has medalled in the 87, 89, 90, and 94 National Championships and also the 92 and 96 Olympic Games!
John Howard Cycling School Online cycling training and coaching by cyclist and coach John Howard, olympic Cyclist and member U.S. cycling Hall of Famer. Road and offroad coaching and training camps for all levels. http://www.johnhowardschool.com/
History Of Our Olympic Games history of Our olympic Games. Welcome to our web site! Have you watched the olympics on TV or better yet been there to experience it live? Did you ever wondered why the olympics started? I did! http://kushkm.tripod.com/History-of-the-Olympics
Extractions: Have you watched the Olympics on TV or better yet been there to experience it live? Did you ever wondered why the Olympics started? I did! If you want to be on or go to the Olympics, I think you first need to know about it. Why did the games start? At the original Olympics what games did they play? Also what games do they play today? Now, get ready for the world of the Olympics. Have you ever wondered how the Olympics started? In Olympia, Greece the Olympic Games were held every four years. First Olympic game was recorded in 776 BC; that was about 3,000 years ago. At that time this great festival took place to honor the Greek gods. Olympics were held during the great festival. My resources say Olympics were held to please the various gods. One God, in particular, the most important was called Zeus. The Olympics were called Olympiad in Greece. Now we know where the games are held, but we dont know what games they played? In the first thirteen Olympic games, there was only one event and that was the sprint. The sprint event was about one hundred and eight meters in length. Then later Pentathlon was added and it had different events. There was discus, javelin, jumping, running, and wrestling. After a while, they added Equestrian events and that included chariot racing and riding. The Ancient Olympics did have lots of events. They had two major events Equestrian and Pentathlon events.
Trilingual Cycling Glossary - Terminology Bulletin 253 English, French, Spanish. olympic and nonolympic competitions, disciplines of this sport, bicycle parts, cyclist actions and strategies. Also in print. Translation Bureau of Canada, 2003, 92 pages. http://www.translationbureau.gc.ca/pwgsc_internet/fr/publications/documents/lex_
HickokSports.com - History - The 1896 Olympics history. The first champion of the modern Olympics was James Connolly of the United PaulMasson of France won three of the six cycling events and Hungary s http://www.hickoksports.com/history/ol1896.shtml
Extractions: There were 245 athletes registered for the inaugural 1896 Games at Athens, but 164 of them were Greek. They and 81 other athletes, representing 13 other countries, competed in the 43 events. The program included nine sports: cycling, fencing, gymnastics, shooting, swimming, tennis, track and field, weightlifting, and wrestling. (Rowing and sailing races had also been planned, but they were canceled because of bad weather.) Most of the foreign athletes paid their own way, and there were no standards of eligibility. Some of the competitors, in fact, were tourists who just happened to be visiting Greece at the time and decided to enter on the spur of the moment. Germany and France had the largest representation, with 19 athletes each, followed by the United States with 14. There were no national teams as such, but the Boston Athletic Association brought a contingent of athletes, as did the German Gymnastics Society, the Union of French Athletic Associations, and the British Athletic Association.
Cycling Programs Information site for Canada's National cycling Centre, Calgary. Contains program information, cycling news, rider profiles, and highlights; yearround cycling program. http://www.oval.ucalgary.ca/Cycling.asp
Extractions: National Cycling Centre Founded in 1995, the National Cycling Centre established itself at the Olympic Oval in 1997. Providing a motivated training environment for cyclists year round, achievement oriented cyclists are drawn to the Cycling Centre to take advantage of such features as proven training protocols, enthusiastic training groups, and state of the art testing. Experts in each of the Olympic cycling disciplines (mountain biking, track racing, and road racing) provide specific programs for each event.
VentaOlympicRCNostalgiaSite For former members of the British League of Racing Cyclists South Western Section generally and of the Venta olympic Road Club and other defunct Winchester cycling clubs in particular. Photos and articles provided. http://communities.msn.com/VentaOlympicRCNostalgiaSite
Extractions: var nEditorialCatId = 328; MSN Home My MSN Hotmail Shopping ... Money Web Search: document.write(''); Groups Groups Home My Groups Language ... Help VentaOlympicRCNostalgiaSite VentaOlympicRCNostalgiaSite@groups.msn.com What's New Join Now Messages Pictures ... Recommend This Group to a Friend Dear Visitor Welcome to the Venta Olympic Road Club Nostalgia site, please feel free to post your reminiscences of this Club and to upload your photos of those days or any other material such as results lists etc., particularly if you are a former member/adherent or other 1950s Winchester cyclist, or if you were a BLRC Southwestern Section member. We hope you enjoy your visit! New Messages View all Origins
Extractions: GB SQUAD Sex Event Name and Profile Men Sprint Chris Hoy Craig MacLean Jason Queally Neil Campbell (withdrawn following suspension by the British Cycling Federation) 4,000m Individual Pursuit Rob Hayles 4,000m Team Pursuit Jon Clay Paul Manning Chris Newton Bryan Steel ... Bradley Wiggins Olympic Sprint Chris Hoy Craig MacLean Jason Queally Points Race Rob Hayles Madison Rob Hayles Bradley Wiggins Keirin Chris Hoy Craig MacLean Road Time Trial Chris Boardman Road Race Jeremy Hunt David Millar Max Sciandri John Tanner Mountain Bike Oliver Beckingsale Nick Craig Women Points Race Emma Davies Yvonne McGregor Road Time Trial Ceris Gilfillan Yvonne McGregor Road Race Ceris Gilfillan Sara Symington Yvonne McGregor Mountain Bike Caroline Alexander Louise Robinson