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         Olympic Games:     more books (100)
  1. Power, Politics, and the Olympic Games by Alfred Senn, 1999-03-03
  2. Berlin Games: How the Nazis Stole the Olympic Dream by Guy Walters, 2007-08-01
  3. The Olympic Games Effect: How Sports Marketing Builds Strong Brands by John Davis, 2008-12-03
  4. Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning, and the Worlds Games, 1896 to 2012 (Planning, History and Environment Series)
  5. The Olympic Games: The First Thousand Years by M. I. Finley, H. W. Pleket, 2005-09-01
  6. The first book of the Olympic games (First books) by John E Walsh, 1968
  8. Political History of the Olympic Games (Westview Replica Edition) by David B. Kanin, 1981-03
  9. The Politics of the Olympic Games by Richard Espy, 1981-10-15
  10. The Austerity Olympics: When the Games Came to London in 1948 by Janie Hampton, 2009-06-01
  11. Olympic Games 1960: Squaw Valley/Rome
  12. The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics: 2010 Edition (Complete Book of the Olympics) by David Wallechinsky, Jaime Loucky, 2009-10-01
  13. Hitler's Olympics: The 1936 Berlin Olympic Games by Christopher Hilton, 2008-11-01
  14. Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning, and the Worlds Games, 1896 - 2016 (Planning, History and Environment Series)

21. The Olympic Games In The Ancient Hellenic World: A Virtual Museum
The Ancient olympic games Virtual Museum with a plethora of information about the games that are the Category Sports Events Olympics Ancient......We are starting a new site collecting thoughts and concerns about themodern olympic games, and would value your input. Please follow
We are starting a new site collecting thoughts and concerns about the modern Olympic Games, and would value your input. Please follow this link to submit your thoughts! Guest access Register Log In Ancient Olympic Games ... Other Hellenic World Sites The Ancient Olympic Games Virtual Museum Welcome! Welcome to the Ancient Olympic Games Virtual Museum. Here you will find a plethora of information about the contests that are the forefathers of our modern Olympic Games. In order to use this site, we ask that you register There is no charge for using this site; however, you have to agree not to redistribute all or part of this site. Privacy Warning: Please note that this site is collecting user information, such as your username, requested page, time of visit, your browser's IP address, and browser configuration. This information is used internally only (primarily for improving this site) and is not shared with any third parties.
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22. Dominica's Olympic Committee Home Page
Dominica in the olympic games.

Committees Constitution Contact
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23. Amateur Athletic Foundation
This is a guide to the history of the Olympics, how the Olympics are organized, what the Olympic rings Category Kids and Teens Sports and Hobbies Olympics...... sport. It also operates North America's largest sports library, possessingan exceptional collection of olympic games information.

24. Sports Seen For All The Answers To Your Sporting Questions
Answers to sports questions and trivia. Includes cricket statistics, sports history, olympic games, and ratings and rankings.
with you. In time, I hope to add many more sports, with the intention of having most of the answers to your sporting questions available to you at one location, thus saving you the hassel of surfing from one site to the next, and hopefully cutting out some of the frustration that goes with that. I do not apologize for the high Australian content, as I am a proud Australian, and love nothing better than to applaud our sportsmen and women that do well in the world of sport.
I look forward to hearing from you, if you have any suggestions that may improve this site. (Content, more sports, navigation etc;) Please Email me
This is not a commercial site, it is just for fun, however there is one thing on the site, that I attempt to sell, just to help me keep the site up, and that is my Test Cricket /One Day International database that can be viewed on the Main Cricket Page

25. Olympic Games
*Athens 1896* *Atlanta 1996* olympic games 1896 1996 *** Congratulations Sydney2000 olympic games The Official 2000 Olympics Web Site. Athens
Olympic Games
Athens 1896
Pages about the First Olympic Games that were held in Athens in 1896. Created by ORAMA, Inc
2772 Years of Olympic Games
Information about Ancient Olympia , its Museum and the Collection for the Olympic Games , about the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece and the athletic events . By the Hellenic Ministry of Culture
Olympics Through Time
Pages about the history of the Olympic Games . A project of the Foundation of the Hellenic World
The Spirit of Ancient Olympics
The starting point of the Olympia Project of the Hellenic Electronic Center (HEC).
100 years Olympic Games
These pages focus on the spirit of the games, with useful information on the Greek team of track and field, endorsed by S.E.G.A.S. By Internet Hellas
Hellenic Olympics
Valuable information concerning mainly the history of the Games. By Ariadne
Hellenic Olympic Team Results
The accomplishments of our athletes in the Atlanta Olympic Games. Updated in an hourly basis! Created by ORAMA, Inc
Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games
The Official 1996 Olympic Web Site , by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) and IBM
Atlanta 1996 Paralympic Games
The Official 1996 Paralympic Games Web Site
The Olympic Movement
The WWW Home Page of the International Olympic Comittee (IOC).

The Olympic movement, history of the Panathenean Stadium, the organization of the first Olympics in Category Sports Events Olympics Summer Games 1896 Athens...... Mirror Site in USA Mirror Site in Brasil. Information, Awards, Mail.Information, Awards, Mail. Enhanced for browsers supporting HTML 2.0.
Enhanced for browsers supporting HTML 2.0 You are the th person visiting this site. Created by ORAMA, Inc.

27. The Olympic Games
The olympic games. In the ancient times, four great game festivals were held onGreek land The Isthmians, The Nemeans, The Pythians and The olympic games.
The Olympic Games
In the ancient times, four great game festivals were held on Greek land: The Isthmians, The Nemeans, The Pythians and The Olympic Games. Part of a religious festival, the Olympic Games were held every four years at Olympia. The four year interval was called an Olympiad , and was the system upon which time in ancient Greek history was calculated. The games were so important that even wars were stopped at the time they were held. The first Olympic Games were held in 776 B.C. At first, only one race (the sprint) was run. Later, the discus and javelin throw, broad jumping and wrestling were added. The Olympic Games were held for more than 1,000 years. They were abolished by the Byzantine Emperor Theodosius in 394 A.D. The Games were revived in 1896 to promote understanding and friendship among nations. The first modern games were held in Athens, Greece. Young men and women come from all over the world to compete in various sports and represent their country. They live in an Olympic Village at the site of the games. The Olympic Games are organized and governed by the International Olympic Commitee (IOC). It sets the general program, chooses the city where the games are to be held, and determines the standards of amateurism. Each participating country has a National Olympic Commitee that is responsible for arranging the participation of the nation's athletes in the games.

English language news coverage, history of the olympic games, Greek, and other track and field athletes.
Greek Athletes
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SCIENTIFIC Nutrition Sports Medicine Athletic Psychology NEWS Editorial Sports News Results Event Calendar ... Interviews HISTORY History of Sports Olympics Special WHO WE ARE Philosophy of Stadio.Gr CONTACT with Stadio.Gr NEWSLETTER Subscribe Unsubscribe It is very difficult for Theodoridis to be on time! Giorgos Theodoridis is henceforth considered sure that he will not participate in the Balkan championship that will be carried out on Tuesday in the closed stadium of Peania. Ôhe Greek sprinter can re... more Tsikouna took the Third Place It was good the start of Stella Tsikouna for 2003. The Greek champion of the discus throwing with range in the 59.73 metres took the third place in the European Cup of throwings that was completed on ... more S T A D I O . G R S P E C I A L R E P O R T Haike Dresler S T A D I O . G R I N T E R V I E W Also worth visiting......

29. Sydney Olympic Games Information
Information to plan your Olympic experience.Category Sports Events Olympics Summer Games 2000 Sydney...... image GamesInfo image GamesInfo image GamesInfo image GamesInfo image Welcome toGamesinfo, the archived sites from the Sydney 2000 Olympic Paralympic Games.

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30. Basketball Statistics Archive
Recent EuroLeague, European Championship, NBA, olympic games, Saporta Cup, SuproLeague, World Championship.
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31. Georgia International Horse Park
Served as the site for the 1996 olympic games equestrian events. Offers a worldclass venue for all equestrian events, breed shows, and competitions. Provides a map of the park, information on equestrian facilities, stadiums, and rider accommodations.

32. Michelle Ferris - Olympic Cyclist
Web site of Australian dual Olympic medal winning cyclist, Michelle Ferris, now on the road to the 2004 Athens olympic games.

33. Copernicus Education Gateway
Relive the excitement of the Games with Olympic news, photos, and activities fromUSA TODAY Education. Explore countries that have hosted past olympic games.
Educators! Keep the spirit of the Games alive in your classroom with cross-curricular official Olympic-themed lesson plans developed by Griffin Publishing Group.
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Want more? Members of Copernicus local learning communities can click here for more official USOC-approved Olympic-themed lesson plans created by EdGate educators and Griffin Publishing Group.
Inspired by this year's Games? Learn to spark the " Olympic spirit in you " by reading insights and reflections from past and present athletes
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Relive the excitement of the Games with Olympic news, photos, and activities from USA TODAY Education
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Look here for news facts history , and more about Olympic sports
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Check out answers from a USA TODAY reporter to questions Olympic fans asked during the Games.
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Read up-close-and-personal questions and answers with Olympians . Learn to apply their winning qualities to your own goals.
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Explore countries that have hosted past Olympic Games. Find

34. Competition Results / Resultados De Competiciones
Men's and women's history and results from major competitions such as the olympic games, world championships, European cups, and grand slams.
HISTORIALES This web page brings together the results of the major competitions of the most popular sports in the world. If you want to know how many Olympic medals belong to Carl Lewis; what team won the NBA in 1983; how many times had Argentina been the soccer World Cup champion or even what tennis player has most Wimbledon titles, you can find it all now on the same page. I have added statistics at the end of the pages, and also the rosters of the medal winning countries in all the Olympic Games since (at least) Montreal 1976. This is, above all, a reference page, so there are no photographs, for I don´t have much room (nor means). I will add more competitions and sports in the future, so if you have any useful information or you want to express your opinion about the page, just e-mail me: .Everything is welcome. Esta página agrupa los resultados de las competiciones más importantes de los deportes más populares del mundo. Así que si quieres saber cuántas medallas olímpicas tiene Carl Lewis; quién ganó la NBA en 1983; cuántas veces fue Argentina campeona del mundo de fútbol o qué tenista ha ganado más veces Wimbledon, ya puedes encontrarlo todo en la misma página. He añadido estadísticas en todas las páginas y también las plantillas de los equipos medallistas en todos los

35. From CNN And Sports Illustrated
beginning. Inside Olympic Sports • Back on Track. SI's Brian Cazeneuve• Naming its board. 2000 olympic games • Complete coverage.

36. CNN/SI - 1998 Nagano Winter Olympic Games
Hull It's time for a confession Brett Hull says those who are guilty in the Olympictrashed rooms incident need to confess. FULL STORY. Games get lowest TV

  • Message Boards
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  • Olympic Records
  • Time Conversion ... Was It Worth It?
    Despite the loutish behavior of the U.S. hockey team and the favorites' early ouster, the answer is, Yes, this was a dream of a tournament Golden Girls
    A talented U.S. women's hockey team showed its mettle by defeating favored Canada A Holy Tara
    While Michelle Kwan was all business, Tara Lipinski was determined to make friends and have fun, and she left Nagano with a cool keepsake Exonerated
    Report: Suter, Chelios didn't trash Olympic rooms
    The NHL has cleared U.S. Olympic hockey player Gary Suter and captain Chris Chelios of participating in a late-night rampage after the team's elimination from the tournament, a newspaper reported Thursday.

    Richter says he could not see who sprayed him   U.S. hockey coach calls for vandals to take blame
    U.S. Olympic hockey coach Ron Wilson says the players who damaged rooms in the Olympic Village should come forward and take the blame for what he called a "deplorable act."

    Hull: It's time for a confession
    Brett Hull says those who are guilty in the Olympic trashed rooms incident need to confess.
  • 37. Olympics - The olympic games Winter 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah Theyear 2002 Winter olympic games are being held in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
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    The Olympic Games: Winter 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, was where the year 2002 Winter Olympics were held. For information on Utah, click here . For a page on Utah's flag, click here The year 2002 Winter Olympic Games are being held in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The opening ceremonies were on February 8, 2002. The closing ceremonies were on Sunday, February 24, 2002. The events in the Winter Olympics include: ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating, snowboarding, luge, bobsleigh, skeleton (a type of sledding), curling, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing, slalom, downhill (Alpine) skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined (skiing plus ski jumping), and biathlon (skiing and shooting). The Flag of the Olympic Games The flag of the Olympic Games has five interlocking rings (blue, yellow, black, green, and red) on a white ground. The rings represent the five parts of the world that were joined together in the Olympic movement: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe. The motto of the Olympic Games is "Citius, altius, fortius" (meaning "Faster, higher, stronger" in Latin). History of the Olympics Flag The flag was first used in the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium. The Olympic flag is paraded during the opening ceremony of each Olympic Games. At the end of an Olympics, the mayor of the host-city presents the flag to the mayor of the next host-city. The flag will remain in the town hall of the next host-city until the next Olympic Games, four years later.

    38. History Of Our Olympic Games
    Some information and a brief history of modern and ancient games.
    document.isTrellix = 1; Get Four DVDs for $.49 each. Join now. Tell me when this page is updated History of Our Olympic Games Welcome to our web site!
    Have you watched the Olympics on TV or better yet been there to experience it live? Did you ever wondered why the Olympics started? I did! If you want to be on or go to the Olympics, I think you first need to know about it. Why did the games start? At the original Olympics what games did they play? Also what games do they play today? Now, get ready for the world of the Olympics.
    Have you ever wondered how the Olympics started? In Olympia, Greece the Olympic Games were held every four years. First Olympic game was recorded in 776 BC; that was about 3,000 years ago. At that time this great festival took place to honor the Greek gods. Olympics were held during the great festival. My resources say Olympics were held to please the various gods. One God, in particular, the most important was called Zeus. The Olympics were called Olympiad in Greece.
    Now we know where the games are held, but we dont know what games they played? In the first thirteen Olympic games, there was only one event and that was the sprint. The sprint event was about one hundred and eight meters in length. Then later Pentathlon was added and it had different events. There was discus, javelin, jumping, running, and wrestling. After a while, they added Equestrian events and that included chariot racing and riding. The Ancient Olympics did have lots of events. They had two major events Equestrian and Pentathlon events.

    39. The Olympic Games In The Ancient Hellenic World
    The Ancient olympic games Virtual Museum. We've Moved! The Ancient olympic gamesVirtual Museum has moved to http//
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    The Ancient Olympic Games Virtual Museum has moved to: . We're proud of our new home at the new Dartmouth Experimental Visualization Laboratory web site.

    40. 2002 Can-Am Police Firefighter Games In Spokane WA
    The 25th anniversary of the canadianamerican international police-fire olympic games in Spokane, WA. Official information, contacts and events.
    Official 2002 Can-Am Police Fire Games
    Spokane, Washington
    July 15-21, 2002
    For up-to-date information and schedules please go here
    Get your information packet now! Feedback is being accepted on proposed sporting events from Police and Fire departments. The official registration book will be out in late summer or early fall of 2001. This is the 25th Anniversary of the games!
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