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         Swimming Olympic Sports:     more books (37)
  1. Swimming: Olympic Handbook of Sports Medicine (Olympic Handbook Of Sports Medicine)
  2. Swimming and Diving (Olympic Sports) by Robert Sandelson, 1991-10
  3. Swimming and Diving (Olympic Sports) by Robert Sandelson, 1991-11-15
  4. Swimming Reader (Easy Olympic Sports Readers) by TEACHER CREATED RESOURCES, 2004-11-03
  5. Swimming, Diving, and Other Water Sports (The Olympic Sports) by Jason Page, 2008-03-15
  6. Olympic sport in the GDR: Swimming by Dieter Wales, 1966
  7. Olympic Swimming and Diving: Swimming And Diving (Great Moments in Olympic History) by Greg Kehm, 2007-06-30
  8. First to the Wall, 100 Years of Olympic Swimming by Kelly A. Gonsalves, Susan Lamondia, 1999-11-03
  9. The Final Report of the President's Commission on Olympic Sports 1975-1977, Volume 1 by Gerald B. Zornow, 1977
  10. Easy Olympic Sports Reader
  11. Get to the Olympics one stroke at a time (Rose Brass joins Special Olympics swimming program).: An article from: Wind Speaker by Marj Roden, 2000-07-01
  12. Character and Excellence the Challenge of Olympic Swimming by T. Andrews, M. Barrowman, et all 1994-05
  13. Swimming and Diving (Olympic Library) by John Verrier, 1996-01-08
  14. Swimming in Action (Sports in Action) by John Crossingham, Niki Walker, et all 2002-10

101. CBC Sports Online: Drugs And Sport: Top 10 Doping Scandals
CBC sports Online Your Canadian source for sports news. Just before the 2000 Sydney Olympics, China removed four swimmers from its team because of
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Irish swimmer Michelle Smith was elated to win one of her three gold medals in the 1996 Olympics, but a whiskey-spiked urine sample, among other things, cast a shadow on her success. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
10 Drug Scandals
1983 Pan Am Games: Dawn of drug testing

Canada's shame: Ben Johnson

Last to first: Irish swimmer Michelle Smith

Fake dynasty: Chinese swim team
Nandrolone goes for the Grand Slam

How does a country of fewer than 17 million people double its Olympic output from 20 to 40 gold medals in just four years? Drugs, and plenty of 'em. The East Germans became a sporting powerhouse in the 1970s and '80s, rivalling the much larger United States and Soviet Union. Thousands of East German athletes were given performance-enhancing steroids in an effort to prove East German superiority over the West. Many athletes thought they were simply taking vitamins. The special pills worked. East Germans were a mighty force in amateur sport, particularly in the pool.

102. University Of North Carolina - Official Athletic Site
Four Tar Heel Swimmers Achieve 2008 US olympic Trials Cuts The olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning Staff Announce Performance Awards For 20042005

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  • 103., Official Site Of The 2006 U.S. Olympic Team
    Watch America s best swimmers take on the Australian national swim team in the Copyright © 2004 United States olympic Committee. All Rights Reserved.
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    104. Strategic And Performance Management Of Olympic Sport Organisations - Human Kine
    3.1 The olympic System; 3.2 The New Actors in World Sport. Chapter 4. Cases of Strategic Approaches of Some olympic Sport Organisations

    105. Marketing Of Olympic Sport Organisations - Human Kinetics
    Managing an olympic Sport Organisation’s Marketing Strategy. 3.1 External Analysis olympic Sport Organisations Are Getting Into Marketing

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