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were included for the first time in basketball, rowing and team handball. She was the first gymnast in olympic history to be awarded the perfect

42. Redlands Daily Facts - Olympics
The US boxing team was as inept as any assembled in modern olympic history, Also, the US failed even to qualify in team handball, field hockey,,1413,209~32467~2367673,00.html
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sTAFF WRITER ATHENS, Greece The oft-maligned U.S. Olympic Committee was feeling good about itself Sunday, and two numbers were at the root of the self-congratulatory mood. 103 the number of medals the chart-topping American athletes won at the Athens Olympics. the number of Americans athletes to test positive here, so far, for doping. ``This will go down as one of the greatest performances ever by a U.S. Olympic team,'' said Jim Scherr, USOC chief executive. ``Our goal was to achieve 100 medals, and that was a total team effort,'' said Herman Frazier, chef de mission for the U.S. team. The U.S. has finished atop the medals table at three consecutive Olympics, and its total here beat both Sydney 2000 (97) and Atlanta 1996 (101) though the 36 golds here lagged behind Sydney (40) and Atlanta (44).

43. Handball Events Olympic Games
handball The first page provides a general history and overview of the sport . team handball USA - Not much in the way of olympic coverage,
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If you think of handball only as a wall sport played with a little rubber ball you're an American... and you're missing a great game! Wall handball is played against a wall, beach handball is played on the beach and team handball or fieldball, uses a smaller version of a soccer (foot)ball, a court, goals for scoring and, well, teamwork. Team handball is a mix of basketball and soccer , fast paced and physically demanding . Men's handball became an Olympic sport in 1936 but was dropped and then restored in 1972. The women's events were officially added in 1976. Field Handball is one of the most popular spectator sports at the Summer Olympic Games, and f you've never seen it played, take the virtual tour... Sports: Handball
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- The first page provides a general history and overview of the sport. Click to the second page to get the technical details and news about results as the games are played.

make speedskating the most successful sport in US Winter olympic history. USA team handball is the National Governing Body for the olympic sport of
Who is CASPER Our Mission Get Involved Mailing List ... Links Who is CASPER CASPER is comprised of the nation’s leading medical, public health and sport organizations to help focus the efforts on the legislation to regulate steroid precursors and ephedra in dietary supplements. American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
The American Academy of Family Physicians is the national association of family doctors. It is one of the largest national medical organizations, with more than 93,400 members. The Academy was founded in 1947 to promote and maintain high quality standards for family physicians who are providing continuing comprehensive health care to the public, as well as to provide responsible advocacy for and education of patients and the public in all health-related matters. American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Founded in 1930, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its member pediatricians dedicate their efforts and resources to the health, safety and well-being of all infants, children, adolescents and young adults. The AAP has 57,000 members in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Members include pediatricians, pediatric medical sub specialists and pediatric surgical specialists. The mission of the American Academy of Pediatrics is to attain optimal physical, mental and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults. To this purpose, the AAP and its members dedicate their efforts and resources. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) was founded in 1951 in Chicago, and has more than 45,000 members and is the nation's leading group of professionals providing health care for women. ACOG is a membership organization dedicated to the advancement of women's health through education, practice, research and advocacy.

45. - Almost Flawless, U.S. Wins Third Softball Gold
One of the most overpowering performances in olympic history ended in the twilightMonday US did not qualify in baseball, field hockey or team handball
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46. - Big Win For Japanese
US did not qualify in baseball, field hockey or team handball Japan to a 63victory that will go down in olympic history and his country s lore.
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47. THE OLYMPIC GAMES IOC HISTORY | OLYMPICS WORLD RECORD LINKS | SOLAR NAVIGATOR WO Ancient Greek olympic games and the rowing, sailing,shooting, soccer, swimming, table tennis, team (field) handball, tennis,
The Ancient Olympic Games
Although the ancient Olympic games were first recorded in 776 BC, they originated at least a century before that and possibly as early as the 13th century BC. One Greek legend said that the great Herakles (Hercules, in the Roman form) won a race at Olympia, a plain in the small state of Elis, and then decreed that the race should be re-enacted every four years. Another said that Zeus himself had originated the festival after defeating Cronus for the sovereignty of heaven. Olympic Gymnasium 776 BC The more likely story is that the Olympic festival was a local religious event until 884 BC, when Iphitus, the king of Elis, decided to turn it into a broader, pan-Hellenic festival. To accomplish that, he entered into a temporary truce with other rulers, allowing athletes and others to travel peacefully to Olympia while the festival was going on. The Greeks based their chronology on four-year periods called Olympiads, and the Olympic festival marked the beginning of each Olympiad. Evidently, the festival was reorganized in 776 BC, which was considered the start of the first Olympiad.

48. CANOE -- SLAM! 2004 Games
Son Mina (team handball) 1992 Luis Doreste 1996 Teresa Edwards (Basketball) The flagbearer for the US olympic team is normally chosen by the fellow
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    Olympic Motto
    The Olympic motto "Citius, Altius, Fortius" is Latin for "Faster, Higher, Braver," but is universally accepted to mean "Swifter, Higher, Stronger." Olympic Creed The words of the Olympic Creed are attributed to Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic Games. "The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not the win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph, but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well." De Coubertin adopted, and later quoted, this creed after hearing Ethelbert Talbot, the Bishop of Central Pennsylvania, speak at St. Paul's Cathedral on July 19, 1908, during the London Games. The service was given for the Olympic athletes, who were all invited. Talbot's exact words that day were: "The important thing in these Olympics is not so much winning as taking part."
  • 49. NDSA History
    The 2004 Summer olympic Games hosted the world s finest athletes and brought together soccer, swimming, track and field, and wheelchair team handball.
    The Historical Perspective of the
    National Disability Sports Alliance
    The impact of sports on today's society was never more evident than during the XXVIII Olympiad in Athens, Greece. The 2004 Summer Olympic Games hosted the world's finest athletes and brought together people and nations through the inspiration and talent of the competitors. The remarkable human achievement that we witness every four years during the Games are testimony to their importance. The world embraces the talented and successful athlete.
    The 2004 Olympic Games, spectacular in its diversity, also offered
    numerous spectators a glimpse of tomorrow. Athletes with physical disabilities were provided the opportunity to compete at the same event sites as their non-disabled counterparts and were housed in the same Olympic Village. The 2004 PARALYMPIC GAMES took place in Athens, Greece, exactly three weeks after the Summer Olympic Games.
    Participation in the Olympic Games happens only after a sport has developed a strong international acceptance. Sports for the physically challenged athlete have only recently started to receive this universal acknowledgment. The aforementioned PARALYMPIC GAMES brought together over 3,750 athletes from more than 120 countries. The international contenders in this event competed in 24 different sports that included track and field, swimming, powerlifting, wrestling, archery, cycling, soccer, table tennis, and wheelchair basketball. In each event athletes are classified by the nature and degree of their physical disability. These programs have now evolved from a fun and games recreational philosophy into highly structured and meaningful competitions at the international level.

    50. Texas Almanac - Texas History
    Texas olympic Medalists. This is a list of athletes with Texas SkatingFigureSkating; Sp d Skating-Speed Skating; Tm handball-team handball;

    51. Famous Birthdays On This Day In History
    Birthdays of important and famous people from throughout history. 1960 Leora Sam Jones, Mt Olive NC, US team handball player (olympic-92) Home Today in History America ... Quiz
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    52. Bozell's Entertainment Column -- 10/05/2000 -- Sydney: Looking Back In Anger, Am
    couple competing against each other for the first time in olympic history. The couple consists of teamhandball players Camilla Andersen of Denmark
    The Growing Anti-Porn Bookshelf
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    Write Brent Bozell
    This column was reprinted by permission of L. Brent Bozell and Creators Syndicate . To reprint this or any of his twice weekly syndicated columns, please contact Creators Syndicate at (310) 337-7003 ext. 110 Sydney: Looking Back in Anger, Amusement
    by L. Brent Bozell III
    October 05, 2000 Some like to think of the Olympic Games as the non-political antidote to geopolitical strife. Not so. On the official, bureaucratic level, ideology and the Olympics are becoming increasingly, and ever more ridiculously, intertwined. Take the distribution of 51 condoms to each competitor in Sydney. "The contraceptives," reported the London newspaper the Mirror, "were issued in a variety of styles, fruit flavors, and textures – including one called ‘rough rider.’" Why 51 and not 49, or 52? Because, silly, the Games spanned 17 days and the athletes needed a daily regimen of…three. This politically correct stunt became fodder for jokes, and deservingly so. Jay Leno quipped that "the last time anyone was given 51 condoms [was] when Clinton visited the Miss America pageant. Remember, Puerto Rico was there." But handing out contraception under such circumstances – presumably, most residents of the Olympic Village didn’t know one another before they moved in makes a statement about condoned sexual behavior which would make Hugh Hefner very proud indeed. Then there was the joint appearance at the opening ceremonies of the South Korean and North Korean teams, marching behind the flag – a blue outline of the Korean peninsula on a field of white – of neither country. The crowd of 110,000 at Stadium Australia cheered and applauded heartily, and Olympic boss Juan Antonio Samaranch declared that the march-in symbolized "friendship" and "peace."

    53. History Of Women In Sports Timeline - Part 6 - 1990-1997
    1995 The US women wins the team handball event at the Pan American Games. the first home run in olympic softball history, helping the US softball team
    to 1899
    History of Women in Sports Timeline
    Part 6 - 1990-1997
    "A woman's place is at home. And at first, second, third..."
    • 1990 - Title IX gets a boost from the Supreme Court.
    • 1990 - The number of women playing college sports has jumped to 160,000.
    • 1990 - Bernadette Locke becomes the first female Division I coach of a men's basketball team when she joins the University of Kentucky as an assistant coach to Rick Pitino in June.
    • 1990 - Juli Inkster of Los Altos, CA, becomes the first woman to win the only professional golf tournament in the world in which women and men compete head-to-head. She wins the Invitational Pro-Am at Pebble Beach in a one-stroke victory.
    • 1990 - Triathlete Paula Newby-Frasier is named the Women's Sports Foundation's "Professional Sportswoman of the Year." In her career she is an eight-Time Ironman Triathlon World Champion (1996, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1989, 1988, 1986).
    • 1990 - Sara Lee becomes the first corporation to make a major commitment solely to female athletics on the collegiate level with a $6 million donation to the NCAA.
    • 1990 - Beth Daniel shoots a 66 to win the LPGA Championship, beating Rosie Jones by one stroke and taking home $150,000, the largest prize in LPGA history.

    54. World Almanac For Kids
    history. Regulation. SITES OF THE SUMMER olympic GAMES soccer, softball,swimming, synchronized swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, team handball,
    OLYMPIC GAMES, international athletic competition comprising two separate 4-year cycles, the summer Olympics and the winter Olympics. The two cycles alternate in even-numbered years to give the world an Olympic spectacle every two years.
    History. top The 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, reflected a changed political landscape: the 172 participating nations and territories included the Unified Team (with athletes from 12 former Soviet republics), a reunited Germany, and South Africa, which was allowed to compete for the first time since 1960. During the 1996 summer games in Atlanta, Ga., a bomb went off at Centennial Olympic Park, killing 2 (1 as a result of a heart attack) and injuring 111 others; the reason for the bombing remains a mystery. At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, North and South Korea entered the games under one flag, although they competed as separate countries.

    55. Arizona State University - Women's Basketball - Official Athletic Site
    history last year, the opportunity in Tempe was too much to turn down. as handball team coach for the West squad at the 1991 US olympic Festival.
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    Meg Sanders Position:
    Associate Head Coach
    Second Year at ASU Alma Mater: Cal State Fullerton '85 Leaving a great situation is never easy, but for Meg Sanders who came to Arizona State from Northern Arizona as the all-time winningest coach in Lumberjack history last year, the opportunity in Tempe was too much to turn down. Sanders enters her second year as ASU's associate head coach after spending the previous 10 years at NAU. She served as an assistant coach for then head coach Charli Turner Thorne for three years (1993-96) and then took over for Turner Thorne at the helm for the next seven seasons (1997-2003). In her seven years as head coach at NAU, Sanders turned in a 107-92 record and led the Lumberjacks to three of the four best seasons in the program's history (22-6 in 1997-98, 17-11 in 1996-97 and 17-11 in 2001-02). In 1997-98, she became the first coach to lead NAU to a 20-win season, the first to win a conference title, the first to be named Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year and the first to defeat the University of Montana. "It was very tough to leave Northern Arizona and Flagstaff, but I am excited for what is ahead at ASU," Sanders said. "Charli and I talked at great length about what a great place ASU is, and when I came here and saw the resources and people and everything that is taking place in this program, I knew it was a special place. When I saw how driven the players are and how hard they are willing to work, I knew it was an environment any coach would dream to be in. Our goals at ASU are so high but so realistic, and to be able to work with these student-athletes and Charli and her staff, it was a golden opportunity I couldn't turn down."

    56. Al-Ahram Weekly | Sports | Twenty Years Later...
    Egypt s overall medal total in olympic Games history thus jumped from 18 to 21 . team sports handball, hockey and waterpolo continue to drop like flies.
    26 August - 1 September 2004
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    Twenty years later...
    Boxers gave Egypt a few sorely needed Olympic medals. Inas Mazhar reports on the rare feat Click to view caption Egypt's Mohamed Ali prays on the canvas after defeating Lithuania's Jaroslav Jaksto during the super heavyweight boxing quarter-finals (photo: AP) ; from above: Egypt's Mohamed El-Baz celebrates victory over his Australian opponent Adam Forsyth in the quarter-finals; Mohamed Ali (right) exchanges blows with Jaroslav Jaksto of Lithuania in the quarterfinals of the +91kg heavyweight category; Ahmed Ismail after reaching the semi-finals (photos: AFP) While Egypt was still smarting from the failure of weightlifter Nahla Ramadan to win a medal of any colour, boxer Mohamed El-Baz came out of the blue to win his quarter-final bout in the 91kg weight category and secure a bronze, the country's first Olympic medal since a silver in judo in 1984 in Los Angeles. El-Baz beat Australian Adam Forsyth on points 27/12.

    57. Al-Ahram Weekly | Sports | History Of Handball In Egypt
    history of handball in Egypt. The Egyptian handball Federation (EHF) was founded In 1972, the Egyptian national team participated in the Munich olympic
    Al-Ahram Weekly
    27 May - 2 June 1999
    Issue No. 431
    Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875 Egypt Region International Economy ... Letters
    History of handball in Egypt
    The Egyptian Handball Federation (EHF) was founded in 1957 and joined the International Handball Federation in 1960. The first official championship to be held in Egypt was the Gezira Cup and Egypt played its first international match versus Yugoslavia in 1960. The latter won 29-17. The EHF then sent its first delegation abroad to participate in Yugoslavia's international trainers school. In 1961, the first Egyptian national team left for Yugoslavia, where it played two matches. Egypt was defeated 18-11 by Romania and 8-3 by Yugoslavia. The same year, Egypt won the Arab Games competition held in Morocco. By the end of the year, the Egyptian national team, trained under the supervision of head coach Mounir Gergeis, played a friendly match in Egypt versus Germany. The Germans won 18-15. In Germany, Egypt played two games, which were again won by the Germans 19-11 and 20-12.
    They've come a long way: Egypt's first national handball team in 1960. The team's golden age and modern look

    58. - Sports Summer Olympics 2000
    Mike Neill ended the longest baseball game in olympic history with a dramaticgamewinning Synchronized Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, team handball
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    Football: John McClain: NFL Golf: Steve Campbell High School: Sarah Hornaday Emily Davis Sam Khan Jr. Outdoors: Joe Doggett Doug Pike Shannon Tompkins Soccer: Glenn Davis Tennis: Dale Robertson Media: David Barron Mon. Sep. 26, 2005 Olympic coverage from: BY E-MAIL You can receive this section by e-mail American woman lifts medal Tara Nott spent the 1996 Olympics behind a desk, working as a competition secretary for the international soccer federation. Today, she opened the inaugural Olympic women's weightlifting tournament by winning a silver medal - the first medal for an American lifter in 16 years. Nott gets gold after Bulgarian disqualified Associated Press USA's silver medalist Tara Nott, of Stilwell, Kan., successfully attempts 102.5 kg in the clean and jerk category during the Women's 48 kg class at the Summer Olympics Games in Sydney today

    59. Encyclopedia: 1976 Summer Olympics
    Image File history File links 1976 Summer olympics in Montreal logo from the team handball (also known as field handball or olympic handball) is a team

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    Updated 2 days 10 hours 20 minutes ago. Other descriptions of 1976 Summer Olympics Games of the XXI Olympiad
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    6,028 (4,781 men, 1,247 women) Events 198 in 21 sports Opening ceremony July 17 Closing ceremony August 1 Officially opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II Queen of Canada Athlete's Oath Pierre St.-Jean Judge's Oath Maurice Fauget Olympic Torch St©phane Pr©fontaine and
    Sandra Henderson Stadium Stade Olympique
    The 1976 Summer Olympics , officially known as the Games of the XXI Olympiad , were held in in Montreal Quebec Canada . Other candidates in the bid to organise the Olympics were Moscow and Los Angeles . The final choice was made on May 12 on the 69th IOC session Los Angeles was eliminated in the first round of voting. In the last round, Montreal defeated

    60. The School Athletics Center - Copernicus Education Gateway
    Meet the team of 12 topranked young men and read the history of olympic men s USA team handball aims to help teams achieve and sustain competitive

    Diving Golf Swimming ... Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics
    Here you'll discover the Web sites of the national governing bodies for each Olympic sport. Find your favorite, and then get comprehensive news, features, history, rules, records, and athlete profiles that will lead you down the path to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and beyond.

    The National Archery Association promotes the sport of archery with the hope of producing Olympic and World Champions. Check out the latest national standings and records, links to collegiate and youth teams, background of the sport, and a calendar of archery events.

    Learn about the history, growing popularity, and latest news of the sport of badminton. On this site, you'll find world and national rankings, a list of tournaments and clubs, links to necessary merchandise, and badminton facts for the novice as well as the pro.

    Follow the national baseball team around the world as they compete for a spot in the next Olympics. Read the top news stories and press releases about the team's players and coaches. Then, meet the players, get the stats, and follow the schedules of the national youth and junior teams, as well as the Professional Pan American team.

    This is the official Web site of the USA Basketball men's and women's teams. Follow players across the nation as they compete for spots on the national teams and then watch as they prepare for the next Olympics. Check out the Historical Fact Book for results from past tournaments, read the athletes' bios, and view some photos of your favorite players.

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