Individual Event

Some articles on individual event, event, events, individual, individual events:

Archery Olympic Round - Individual Event
... In the event of a tie each archer shoots a single arrow the archer with the highest scoring arrow wins ...
Stephen Farrell (track And Field) - Track Coach - University of Michigan
... stride" of Michigan's best performer in each event ... teams had a 50–16–1 record in dual meets, and his athletes won 76 Big Ten individual event titles and 11 NCAA individual event titles ... star athletes included Carl Johnson — the first athlete to win four events at a Big Ten Conference meet silver medalist in the long jump at the 1920 ...
Sandra Morgan - 1956 Summer Olympics
... Australia was the favourite for the relay, having swept the medals in the individual 100 m event Fraser, Crapp and Leech finished first, second and third ... that Australia had swept the 100 m freestyle relay and individual events for both men and women ... Morgan's individual event was the 400 m freestyle ...
Propaganda - Techniques
... The strategy intends to initiate the individual from information recipient to information seeker through reinforcement, and then from information seeker to opinion leader ... The Lie The repeated articulation of a complex of events that justify subsequent action ... The descriptions of these events have elements of truth, and the "big lie" generalizations merge and eventually supplant the public's accurate perception of the underlying events ...
Czech Republic At The 1994 Winter Olympics - Results By Event - Nordic Combined
... Athlete Event First Round Second Round Cross-country Points Rank Points Total Rank Start Time Rank Total Rank Miroslav Kopal Individual event 80.0 48 85.0 ...

Famous quotes containing the words event and/or individual:

    There is no event greater in life than the appearance of new persons about our hearth, except it be the progress of the character which draws them.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    What is wanted—whether this is admitted or not—is nothing less than a fundamental remolding, indeed weakening and abolition of the individual: one never tires of enumerating and indicting all that is evil and inimical, prodigal, costly, extravagant in the form individual existence has assumed hitherto, one hopes to manage more cheaply, more safely, more equitably, more uniformly if there exist only large bodies and their members.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)