Olympic Silver

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List Of People From Grand Forks, North Dakota - Athletics
... Minnesota Vikings Andrew Hampsten, champion cyclist Virgil Hill, boxer, Olympic silver medalist (1984) Tim Johnson, Major League Baseball player and manager Jocelyne Lamoureux, women's ice hockey Olympic silver ...
Lists Of Brazilians - Sportsmen
... Daniel Adler, sailing, Olympic silver (yachting sailing class) Kevin Alves, (born 1991), Brazilian figure skater Thiago Alves Jade Barbosa, (1991- ), gymnast Leandro Barbosa, basketball player Rubens ... Aarhus US national team) César Cielo Filho (1987- ), professional swimmer, having obtained two Olympic medals Garrincha,(1933–83) Legendary soccer player Giba, (born 1976), volleyball ...
List Of Austrian Sportspeople - Fencing
... Bogen (Albert Bógathy), saber fencer, Olympic silver -Siegfried "Fritz" Flesch, sabre fencer, Olympic bronze - Dr ... Otto Herschmann, saber fencer, Olympic silver 100-m freestyle in swimming, Olympic silver -Ellen Preis, foil fencer, 3-time world champion (1947, 1949, and 1950), Olympic champion, 17-time Austrian ...
Jewish Volleyball Players - Athletes - Fencing
... Henri Anspach, Belgium (épée foil), Olympic champion Paul Anspach, Belgium (épée foil), 2x Olympic champion Norman Armitage (Norman Cohn), US (sabre), 17x US champion, Olympic bronze Albert "Albie ... Dezsö Földes, Hungary (saber), 2x Olympic champion Dr ... Jenö Fuchs, Hungary (saber), 4x Olympic champion Támas Gábor, Hungary (épée), Olympic champion János Garay, Hungary (saber), Olympic champion, silver, bronze, killed by the Nazis Dr ...
Jewish Volleyball Players - Athletes - Track and Field
... Harold Abrahams, Britain, sprinter, Olympic champion (100 metre sprint) silver (4x100m relay) Sir Sidney Abrahams, Britain, Olympic long jumper Jo Ankier, Britain, record holder (1,500m 3,000m steeplechase) Gerry ...

Famous quotes containing the words silver and/or olympic:

    By right or wrong,
    Lands and goods go to the strong.
    Property will brutely draw
    Still to the proprietor;
    Silver to silver creep and wind,
    And kind to kind.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    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)