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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 Victims Of Nazism - Sport
1909–1943, Auschwitz Dutch gymnast (team) Olympic gold medalist Alfred Flatow 1869–1942, Theresienstadt German gymnast 3-time Olympic gold medalist 1-time silver medalist Gustav Flatow 1875–1945 ...
List Of Louisiana Tech University Alumni - Sports - Lady Techster Basketball
... for the Cleveland Rockers Inducted into Women's Basketball Hall of Fame One-time Olympic gold medalist Wade Trophy winner Alisa Burras - Retired WNBA center for the Cleveland Rockers, Portland Fire, and ...
List Of Judoka - Notable Competitors - Female
... Noriko Anno (Japan, 1976–), Olympic gold medalist and four-time World Champion ... Ingrid Berghmans (Belgium, 1961–), six-time World Champion ... Karen Briggs (England), four-time World Champion ...
Gator Chomp - Swimming and Diving
... The Florida Gators' famous female swimmers include three-time Olympic gold medalist Tracy Caulkins, three-time Olympic gold medalist Nicole Haislett, and four-time Olympic gold medalist Dara Torres, who is also the ...

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