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Olympic - In The Arts
... The Olympics (band), a U.S ... doo-wop band from the 1950s Olympic Games (film), a 1927 Our Gang short ...
List Of Canadian Sports Personalities - Bobsleigh
... Maxie Berger, world champion junior welterweight Lascelles Brown, Olympic Silver Medal – 2006 Vic Emery, Olympic Gold Medal – 1964 Kaillie Humphries, Olympic Gold Medal – 2010 Pierre Lueders, Olympic Gold Medal – 1998 and Silver Medal – 2006 Sammy Luftspring, welterweight boxing champion, Canada's Sports Hall of Fame David MacEachern, Olympic Gold Medal – 1998 Heather Moyse, Olympic Gold Medal – 2010. ...
List Of Canadian Sports Personalities - Swimming – Diving
... Alex Baumann, 1984 medley Olympic champion Marilyn Bell, first person to swim Lake Ontario Sylvie Bernier, Canada's first gold medal in Olympic diving Victor Davis (1964–1989), Olympic swimming champion ...
John Davies (athlete)
... John Llewellyn Davies (25 May 1938 – 21 July 2003) was a New Zealand Olympic bronze medalist and president of the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) ... Davies won a bronze medal in the 1500 metres at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, and a silver medal in the one mile event at the 1962 Commonwealth Games ... and long distance athletes, including 1976 Olympic 5000m silver medallist Dick Quax, 1992 Olympic Marathon bronze medallist Lorraine Moller and 1996 Olympic 800m finalist Toni Hodgkinson ...
List Of Canadian Sports Personalities - Figure Skating
... Phaneuf Joannie Rochette Jennifer Robinson Louis Rubenstein, (pre-Olympic) World Championship gold, World Figure Skating Hall of Fame Jamie Salé David Pelletier, pairs, Olympic Gold Emanuel Sandhu Barbara Ann Scott ...

Famous quotes containing the word olympic:

    Like Olympic medals and tennis trophies, all they signified was that the owner had done something of no benefit to anyone more capably than everyone else.
    Joseph Heller (b. 1923)