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101. Summer Olympics 2000 Olympic History -- Badminton
Tuesday, September 19 olympic history Badminton Men s singles olympics,Medal, Athlete, Country. Atlanta 96, Gold Silver Bronze, Poul
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China Malaysia Barcelona '92 Gold Silver Bronze Allan Budi Kusuma Ardy B. Wiranata Hermawan Susanto Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Denmark Women's singles Olympics Medal Athlete Country Atlanta '96 Gold Silver Bronze Bang Soo-Hyun Mia Audina Susi Susanti Korea Indonesia Indonesia Barcelona '92 Gold Silver Bronze Susi Susanti Bang Soo Hyun Tang Jiuhong Huang Hua Indonesia Korea China China Men's doubles Olympics Medal Athletes Country Atlanta '96 Gold Silver Bronze Rexy Mainaky/Ricky Subagja Cheah Soon Kit/Yap Kim Hock Antonius Irianto/Denny Kantono Indonesia Malaysia Indonesia Barcelona '92 Gold Silver Bronze Park Joo Bong/Kim Moon Soo Eddy Hartono/Rudy Gunawan Razif Sidek/Jalani Sidek Li Yongbo/Tian Bingyi Indonesia Korea Indonesia Malaysia China Women's doubles Olympics Medal Athletes Country Atlanta '96 Gold Silver Bronze Fei Ge/Jun Gu Young Ah Gil/Hye Ock Jang Qin Yiyuan/Tang Yongshu China Korea China Barcelona '92 Gold Silver Bronze Hwang Hye Young/Chung So Young Guan Weizhen/Nong Qunhua Shim Eun Jung/Gil Young Ah Lin Yan Fen/Yao Fen Indonesia Korea China Korea

102. Active Australia - Programs - Women And Sport - Women In The Olympics - A Brief
The first woman in olympic history to take the oath at the first woman to light theolympic flame in of the United States, outshoots male rifle shooters to win
Women in the Olympics - A Brief History
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Sporting Attire

The Girl's Game - ABC Radio with Amanda Smith, 29 September 2000
Women have played an enormous role in painting the Olympic picture. Since Charlotte Cooper of Great Britain won gold in singles tennis at the 1900 Paris Olympics, many women have put their stamp on Olympic history. There are those who have dominated, like the great Dutch athlete Fanny Blankers-Koen who became the first woman to win four gold medals in a single Games, and Larissa Latynina of the Soviet Union, whose nine gold, five silver and four bronze over the course of three Olympiads remains a record for men and women. There are those who are renown for their "firsts" like Nadia Comanici who became the first Olympic gymnast male or female to score a perfect 10 in competition and American Joan Benoit who won the first women’s Olympic marathon in 1984. Women athletes in many countries have historically made a disproportionately high contribution to the medals count at the Games. This has certainly been true for Australia. In certain Olympic sports, particularly swimming and track and field, Australian women have been outstanding. For example in track and field up to and including Atlanta, since 1948 women have constituted just over 30% of the track and field team but have won 75% of all medals and 11 out of 14 gold medals.

103. Olympics -
skiing plus ski jumping), and biathlon (skiing and shooting). The motto of the OlympicGames is Citius, altius history of the Olympics Flag Pierre de Frédy is a user-supported site.
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The Olympic Games:
Winter 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, was where the year 2002 Winter Olympics were held. For information on Utah, click here . For a page on Utah's flag, click here The year 2002 Winter Olympic Games are being held in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The opening ceremonies were on February 8, 2002. The closing ceremonies were on Sunday, February 24, 2002. The events in the Winter Olympics include: ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating, snowboarding, luge, bobsleigh, skeleton (a type of sledding), curling, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing, slalom, downhill (Alpine) skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined (skiing plus ski jumping), and biathlon (skiing and shooting).
The Flag of the Olympic Games
The flag of the Olympic Games has five interlocking rings (blue, yellow, black, green, and red) on a white ground. The rings represent the five parts of the world that were joined together in the Olympic movement: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe. The motto of the Olympic Games is "Citius, altius, fortius" (meaning "Faster, higher, stronger" in Latin). History of the Olympics Flag
The flag was first used in the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium. The Olympic flag is paraded during the opening ceremony of each Olympic Games. At the end of an Olympics, the mayor of the host-city presents the flag to the mayor of the next host-city. The flag will remain in the town hall of the next host-city until the next Olympic Games, four years later.

Rowley holds an unique place in olympic history. the misapprehension that the gameshootingwas actually Australian Medal Winners 1900 Paris olympic Games. Gold.
By Malcolm Andrews
The 1900 Paris Olympics held in conjunction with the Paris Expo, which took place over five months from May to October, were a strange conglomeration of sporting events. Even today there is still some confusion over whether some of the competitions were official or not. For instance, the program for the athletics was headed Republique Francaise Exposition Universelle de 1900, Championnats Internationaux and competitors believed they were taking part in a glorified international event. Some winners died years later without realising they were Olympic champions. Australia had three representatives - swimmer Fred Lane, athlete Stan Rowley and an obscure shooter Donald Mackintosh. Lane won two swimming events, both held in the murky waters of the River Seine, and would most certainly have won a third had the organisers not decided, at the last moment, to scrap his favourite race - the 100yd . For some unexplained reason, the races at the Paris Olympics were swum over yards and not metres. In the 220yd freestyle, Lane and Hungarian Zoltan Halmay were neck and neck for most of the race before Lane drew clear in the last 50 yards to win by more than 6 seconds. His time of 2 min 25.2 sec was well inside his own world best effort of 2 min 38.2 sec, but this was because he swam with the river current. Lane's second success came later on the same day in the obstacle race, a quaint event that involved swimmers getting over or under three sets of obstacles. Needless to say, it was the only time this ridiculous event was ever held. Lane won easily in a time of 2 min 38.4 sec. For his efforts, Lane did not receive gold medals, but 25 kilogram bronze sculptures (one of a horse and the other of a peasant girl, replicas of exhibits in the Louvre museum).

105. GBTSF-WorldClass
we ve got a piece of olympic history here, said London 2012 Chief Executive KeithMills, “but more important is the chance for our British shooters to go

106. Montgomery Ready To Make Canadian Olympic History
Montgomery ready to make Canadian olympic history. By DONNA SPENCER
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Thursday, July 13, 2000 PROFILE: Carol Montgomery Montgomery ready to make Canadian Olympic history
Canadian Press
Carol Montgomery's heart has always been in running.
She may be a medal threat in the women's Olympic triathlon in Sydney, but it's her 10,000-metre race on the track 11 days later that really has her pumped. "I don't have much chance of making the 10,000 final as a runner, but that's what I'm looking forward to almost more so than the triathlon," said the 34-year-old, who will be the first Canadian to compete in two different sports at the same Olympics.

107. Olympic History
olympic history. 1968 XIX olympic Games Mexico City, Mexico 1227 October,Section Manager-NA Rees (Manawatu), IR Ballinger (Canterbury),
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1968 XIX Olympic Games Mexico City, Mexico 12-27 October Section Manager- N.A. Rees (Manawatu) I.R. Ballinger (Canterbury) 3rd in smallbore rifle prone English match 50m (597 points) BRONZE S.G. Nairn (Waikato) 12th in smallbore rifle prone position English match 50m (594 points) 1972 XX Olympic Games Minich, West Germany, 26 August -10 September Section Manager- H. Tse (Wellington) I.R. Ballinger (Christchurch) 46th in smallbore rifle prone (591 points) G.J.R. McIntyre (Paremata) 26th in running boar (523 points) B.N. McMillan (Lower Hutt) 28th in rapid fire pistol (582 points) M.P. Watt (Auckland) 29th in smallbore rifle prone (593 points) 1976 XXI Olympic Games Montreal, Canada. 17 July-1 August Section Manager- I.D. Wright (Auckland) I.R. Ballinger (Christchurch) 20th in smallbore rifle prone (590 points) G.J.R. McIntyre (Paremata) 19th in running game target D.G. Taylor (Levin) 26th in running game target (536 points) L.J. Woolley (Christchurch) 26th equal in skeet (190 points) 1980 XXII Olympic Games Moscow, USSR. 19 July-3 August (Selected but did not participate) Section Manager- I.D. Wright (Auckland)

108. Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre
Markopoulo olympic shooting Centre.
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Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre
Venues in Athens
Agios Kosmas Ano Liossia A.O.S.C. Athens City Centre ... Vouliagmeni
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Ancient Olympia Heraklio Patras Thessaloniki ... Volos The Olympic Shooting Centre in Markopoulo, situated in eastern Attica prefecture near the new Athens international airport , includes four main buildings, with a total spectator capacity of 8,000, covering an expanse of 30.5 hectares. The SHO complex includes service facilities for the athletes who will take part in the mobile target events as well as a full-service restaurant for athletes.
It also includes accommodations.
Other facilities include indoor halls for finals, reception areas, press areas and offices.
Separate dining facilities for officials and spectators are provided.
The Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre.
The Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre.
A general interior view of the venue hosting the Women's 10m Air Rifle of the ISSF World Cup held at the Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre east of Athens, Thursday, April 22, 2004. (A.N.A. /A. Vlachos)
A general interior view of the venue hosting the Women's 10m Air Rifle of the ISSF World Cup held at the Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre east of Athens, Thursday, April 22, 2004. (A.N.A. /A. Vlachos)

109. History In UK Directory: Sport: Olympics
in the olympics Furnishes a history of women s tips for photographers on shootingsports events. olympic Statistics French olympic enthusiast Stefan Darmoni,10082853,575637,575702

110. - Shooting - Olympics
You are here Home / shooting / olympics. coaching. If your goal isthe olympic shooting team start your journey here. http//www
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  • Description: The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) is the coordinating body for Olympics-related activity in the USA. The USOC assists in finding opportunities for every American to participate in sports.
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  • Description: Features the 40 States that host Olympic-style competitions. Contains newsletters, press releases, sponsorship details, and job opportunities.
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  • Description: Olympic shooting competition consists of two parts: basic shooting and final shooting. On the final shooting the top eight athletes of basic competition are simultaneously fighting to win the gold.

    111. Union Internationale De Pentathlon Moderne
    either running and shooting or swimming and shooting on the to compete in the Sydney2000 Olympics Games. For the first time in history, the Pentathlon venues

    112. Sports, Events: Olympics
    Austrian olympic history Historical results of Austrian athletes competing atSummer and Winter olympics. Includes medal count tables of all countries.
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    113. Freeport NY R&R Junior Club
    We teach and promote firearm safety and develop the skills, attitude and knowledge needed to successfully compete in the Junior Olympics and train towards the Olympics, plus general competitive shooting and good sportsmanship training.

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    A 'FRAMES' capable browser is required to see all of the features on this site. Boys and girls of all ages:
    Disciplines include "BB", .177 Pellet and .22 Rifle. You can qualify as a Pro-Marksman, Marksman, Marksman 1st Class, Sharp Shooter, Expert and Distinguished Expert. Both NRA and CMP programs are available. Riflery is one of the safest sports offered for children and young adults. Our safety record is excellent and speaks for itself.
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    We teach and promote firearm safety and develop the skills, attitude and knowledge needed to successfully compete in the Junior Olympics and train towards the Olympics, plus general competitive shooting and good sportsmanship training.
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    Membership is from October 1st until September 30th and we meet on Sundays (see calendar) from 2pm till 5pm . Membership costs $40.00 per year and covers ammo, targets and the use of our rifles. Some activities require an additional fee. NRA membership is REQUIRED.

    114. Shooting
    Main Sections Business International National Sports Style Washington World (Metro) Weather Home Page Site Index Search Help BigBook Business Directory Autos Classified CareerPost (Jobs Classified) Homes Classified Rentals Classified Olympic Sections AP Olympic News Event Venues Local Olympians Medal Chart Olympic News Summary Olympic Talk Olympic Trivia Post Olympic Articles Schedule by Day TV Schedule Archery Badminton Baseball Basketball Beach Volleyball Boxing Canoe/Kayak Cycling Diving Equestrian Fencing Field Hockey Gymnastics Judo Modern Pentathlon Rowing Shooting Soccer Softball Swimming Synchronized Swimming Tennis Table Tennis Team Handball Track and Field Volleyball Water Polo Weightlifting Wrestling Yachting LATEST SHOOTING NEWS SHOOTING RESULTS FACTS AND FIGURES
    China, which got off to shaky start in shooting, captured three medals Friday led by Yang Ling and Li Duihong. Yang won the 10-meter running target gold, and teammate Xiao Jun rallied from fifth place to take the silver. Li, the silver medalist in Barcelona four years ago, took the gold in the 25-meter women's pistol event.
    Germany, Slovakia Take Home Golds

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