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The Last World Champion

A Sporting Miracle On March 23, 1977, Uruguay could not qualify for the universal tournament in Buenos Aires, Argentina. For the first time, Uruguay was eliminated by Bolivia. What happened? Before ..
(December 14, 2008)
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Sports Facts - Tennis

Did you know. . . Former tennis player Bjorn Borg -Europe's best ever tennis player- is loved by the Swedish people as a baseball idol might be in the United States. Thanks to Bjorn Borg, Sweden won .
(October 19, 2008)
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15 Amazing Olympic Facts

1. Matt Biondi (swimming /aquatics) won 5 Olympic titles at the 24th Olympic Games (50-meter freestyle, 100-meter freestyle, 400-meter freestyle relay, 800-meter freestyle relay, 400 meter medley ..
(October 06, 2008)
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The Five Greatest Athletes of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

Who they are and why? 1. Michael Phelps (Aquatics/ United States): Considered the best athlete in the world by many Olympic experts, Michael holds the current world record in seven swimming events: ..
(August 19, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Champions - Rafael "Superman" ..

Did you know. . .    Rafael Nadal won the men's tennis singles gold medal at the Beijing Olympiad. He destroyed Fernando Gonzalez in the finals, 6-3,7-6, 6-3. “Nowhere in my best dreams I can .
(August 20, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Sports-Baseball

Did you know. . . Cuba-traditionally the powerhouse in baseball- were beaten by the Dominican Republic at the 1982 Central American and Caribbean Games in Havana, Cuba. The Dominican Republic won ..
(August 21, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Nations Peru

Did you know. . . Ricardo Duarte is one of the pioneers of basketball players in Peru. He put Peru on the map when was one of the most valuable players in the Olympic Games in 1964. RicardoDuarte ..
(August 18, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympics Argentinian Football

Did you know that. . . ? Argentina won the silver medal in football in the Olympic Games in 1928. The players Olympic were: Ludovico Bidoglio, Angel Bossio, Saul Calandra, Alfredo Carricaberry, ..
(August 12, 2008)
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Olympic Facts 2008 Olympic Baseball Tournament

Did you know. . . Twelve nations have qualified for the Olympic Baseball Tournament in Beijing : The People's Republic of China (host country), Cuba (Olympic champion), Canada, South Korea, Taiwan, ..
(July 27, 2008)
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Beijing 2008 - Fun Facts

Did you know. . . The U. S. men's basketball team, consisting of NBA players, is considered the favorite to win the medal gold. It has won an unprecedented 12 Olympic titles: Berlin 1936, London ..
(May 25, 2008)
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Olympic Nations - Who Is Who?

Who was the first athlete elected president in the world? Marcus Stephen is the first sportspeople elected head of state in the world. Nauru's president since 2007, Stephen was one of the Third ..
(March 28, 2008)
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Olympic Facts - Female Athletes

Francina “Fanny" Elsje Blankers-Koen won four gold medals in the 100m (11,9s), 200m (24,4s), 80m hurdles (11,2s / world record) and 4x100m relay (47,5s) at the 1948 Olympic Games in London. In ..
(February 27, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Countries - Australia

Did you know. . . Australia has attended all Summer Olympic Games (1896-2004). Unlike Japan, Germany, Norway and the United States, it participated in the Olympic Games in 1980. Teddy Flack won two .
(February 26, 2008)
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Unknown Facts About Olympic Nations

Did you know. . . The Central American country of El Salvador has never won an Olympic medal. The Indian men's national field hockey team was crowned as the Olympic champions for 1964. The winners ..
(February 25, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Champions

Did you know. . . Nadia Comaneci was a Romanian-born gymnast who won many Olympic medals. For many sportswriters, Nadia is the greatest athlete of all time. In the 1970s and early 80s, she was a ..
(February 21, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Countries - Canada

Philomena Mensah won the silver medal in the 100 metres at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She became a Canadian citizen in the 1990s. Like Margaret Simpson (track & ..
(February 20, 2008)
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Interesting Facts About Olympic Nations - Mexico

Did You Know. . . The 2014 Central American & Caribbean Games will be held in Veracruz, Mexico. Mexico competed in the Summer Olympic 20 times ( Paris-1900, Paris-1924, Amsterdam-1928, Los ..
(February 17, 2008)
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Fantastic Facts About United States Sports

Did You Know. . . Bruce Jenner was one of the greatest athletes in the 1970s. He won the gold medal in the decathlon at the 1976 Montreal Olympics. Unlike most world-class decathletes, he did not ..
(February 16, 2008)
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Fantastic Facts About South Korea's Sports

Did You Know. . . South Korea -one of the most modern countries in the Third World- is very successful in international sport. From 1976 to 2004, Korea has won 203 Olympic medals, including 72 ..
(February 05, 2008)
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Amazing Facts About Mexico And Mexicans

DID YOU KNOW. . . Mexico has 27 World Heritage Sites. It has more World Heritage Sites than Australia (17), Brazil (18), Canada (14), Egypt (7), Greece (17), Peru (10), Japan (14) and the United ..
(December 12, 2007)
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Fascinating Facts About Ecuador

DID YOU KNOW THAT…Christina María Aguilera, who is a famous American singer, has Ecuadorian origin. His father was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Only 26 years, she has already made a place for ..
(August 24, 2007)
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Fascinating Facts About Costa Rica

DID YOU KNOW THAT… Costa Rica is beloved by tourists for its national parks, beautiful beaches, traditions, friendly people and perfect climate. DID YOU KNOW THAT… The Costa Rican democracy is ..
(August 13, 2007)
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Fascinating Facts About Puerto Rico

DID YOU KNOW THAT. . . “Santiago, the Story of his New Life” is a great Puerto Rican film. It was directed by Jacobo Morales. “Santiago, the Story of his New Life” was nominated for the Best .
(July 25, 2007)
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Fun Facts About Latin America

DID YOU KNOW THAT. . . In the 1980s and 1990s, the Chilean economy was one of the most dynamic in Latin America. DID YOU KNOW THAT. . . Maria Felix once said, “ The stars of today have no ..
(July 25, 2007)
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Fun Facts About Pan American Games

DID YOU KNOW THAT. . . James Gilkes was one of the best sprinters of South America in the 20th century. At the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico, James won the gold medal in the 200-meters with a ..
(July 24, 2007)
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