Some articles on olympic sports field, olympic, sports, field, sport:
... As Olympic Sports Field, the ground was home to Athletics South Australia's interclub athletics competition from October to March and the South Australian ...
... Olympic women's marathon trial ... later win a gold medal at the first women's Olympic marathon at the 1984 Summer Olympic games in Los Angeles ...
1912 Basin Reserve Wellington, New Zealand 1913 – 1914 Amateur Sports Ground Melbourne, Australia 1919 – 1920 Sydney Sports Ground Sydney, Australia ... Oval Hobart, Australia 1951 – 1952 Exhibition Grounds / Olympic Park Brisbane / Melbourne, Australia 1952 – 1953 Leederville Oval Perth, Australia 1953 – 1954 Sydney Cricket Ground ... Marks Field / West Parkland Field Sydney / Adelaide, Australia 1962 – 1963 Thebarton Oval / Lang Park Adelaide / Brisbane, Australia 1963 – 1964 Olympic ...
... Football is the most widely-followed sport in Bucharest, with the city having numerous club teams, some of them being known throughout Europe Steaua, Dinamo or Rapid ... There are sport clubs for ice hockey, rugby union, basketball, handball, water polo and volleyball ... The majority of Romanian track and field athletes and most gymnasts are affiliated with clubs in Bucharest ...
... Esther Benjamin, former semi pro Basketball player ... Won bronze Medal in the 1996 Olympic Team, games held in St ...
Famous quotes containing the words field, olympic and/or sports:
“Vigil strange I kept on the field one night;
When you my son and my comrade dropt at my side that day,
One look I but gave which your dear eyes returnd with a look I
shall never forget,
One touch of your hand to mine O boy, reachd up as you lay on the ground,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“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)
“Sweet smiling village, loveliest of the lawn,
Thy sports are fled and all thy charms withdrawn;
Amidst thy bowers the tyrants hand is seen,
And desolation saddens all thy green;
One only master grasps the whole domain,
And half a tillage stints thy smiling plain;”
—Oliver Goldsmith (1730?1774)