Gold Medalist

Some articles on gold medalist, medalist, gold:

Norbert Schemansky
... May 30, 1924 in Detroit, Michigan) was an Olympic gold medalist weightlifter for the United States ... Norbert was a 3 time World Weightlifting Championships gold medalist and a Pan American Games gold medalist in addition to numerous podium finishes ...
Sphinx Head - Notable Alumni - 1910–1919
... Berna (1912) Gold medalist in the 3000m team track field event at the 1912 Olympic Games ... (1910) Gold medalist in the pole vault track field event at the 1908 Olympic Games ... Dresser (1919) Gold medalist in the 3000 meter track field event at the 1920 Olympic Games ...
Chicago Jazz (figure Skating) - Notable Achievements - International Competitions
... Cup Milan, Italy 8th Place 2012 Neuchatel Trophy Neuchatel, Switzerland Gold Medalist 2011 Berlin Cup Berlin, Germany Pewter Medalist 2010 French Cup Rouen. 8th Place 2006 Czech Open Pardubice, Czech Republic Gold Medalist 2005 Gold Medallion Sarina, Canada Gold Medalist 2005 French Cup Rouen, France Silver ...
List Of Old Boys Of Sydney Boys High School - Sport - Rowing
... the eights Mervyn Wood MBE, LVO, QPM — rower, Olympic gold medalist at 1948 Summer Olympics in single sculls, silver and bronze medalist at 1952 Summer Olympics in single sculls and 1956 Summer Olympics in ... Eric Longley — rower, gold medalist at 1950 Empire Games in the Eights and coach of 1958 Empire and Commonwealth Games silver medalist eights Bill ...
Swansea Harriers Athletics Club - Club Members
... - 400m Hurdles Finalist (Berlin 2009), gold medalist (Daegu 2011) ... European Championships - 400m Hurdles gold medalist (Barcelona 2010) ... Commonwealth Games - 400m Hurdles gold medalist (Dehli 2010) Ian Hamer - Olympic 5000m (Barcelona 1992) Hayley Tullett - World Championships - 1500m bronze medalist (2003) and Olympics ...

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    England and France, Spain and Portugal, Gold Coast and Slave Coast, all front on this private sea; but no bark from them has ventured out of sight of land, though it is without doubt the direct way to India.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)