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Sarah Macky
Sarah Macky (born 13 January 1980) is a New Zealand
New Zealand
sailor. She competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics
2004 Summer Olympics
in Athens, in the women's Europe.[1] References[edit]^ "Sarah Macky". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC
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2004 Summer Olympics
The 2004 Summer Olympic Games
Summer Olympic Games
(Greek: Θερινοί Ολυμπιακοί Αγώνες 2004, Therinoí Olympiakoí Agónes 2004),[3] officially known as the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad and commonly known as Athens
Athens
2004, was a premier international multi-sport event held in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004 with the motto Welcome Home. 10,625 athletes competed,[1] some 600 more than expected, accompanied by 5,501 team officials from 201 countries.[1] There were 301 medal events in 28 different sports.[1] Athens
Athens
2004 marked the first time since the 1996 Summer Olympics
1996 Summer Olympics
that all countries with a National Olympic Committee
National Olympic Committee
were in attendance
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Athletics At The 2000 Summer Olympics
At the 2000 Summer Olympics
2000 Summer Olympics
in Sydney, 46 events in athletics were contested, 24 for men and 22 for women
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Nenad Vučinić
Nenad
Nenad
(Serbian pronunciation: [nɛnɑːd]) (Cyrillic script: Ненад) is a male personal name of Slavic origin common in countries that speak Slavic languages. It is more widespread in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Russia, and Ukraine
Ukraine
than in other countries
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Basketball At The 2000 Summer Olympics
Basketball
Basketball
contests at the 2000 Olympic Games were held from 16 September 2000 to 1 October 2000. Games took place at the Sydney SuperDome and the Dome in Sydney, Australia
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Boxing At The 2000 Summer Olympics
The boxing competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics
2000 Summer Olympics
in Sydney
Sydney
was held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
in Darling Harbour. The event was only open to men and bouts were contested over four rounds of two minutes each. Five judges scored the fighters in real time and the boxer with the most points at the end was the winner. Like other Olympic combat sports, two bronze medals are awarded; in the case of boxing, both losing semi-finalists receive a bronze medal, with no further play-off. As a result, the quarter-final essentially equates to a bronze medal match, a semi-final to a silver medal match, and the final to a gold medal match
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Cycling At The 2000 Summer Olympics
At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 3 different bicycle racing disciplines were contested: Road cycling, track cycling, and mountain biking.Contents1 Road cycling 2 Track cycling2.1 Men 2.2 Women3 Mountain biking 4 Medal table 5 Broken records 6 References 7 External linksRoad cycling[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMen's road race details Jan Ullrich  Germany Alexander Vinokourov  Kazakhstan Andreas Klöden  GermanyMen's time trial details Viatcheslav Ekimov  Russia Jan Ullrich  Germany Vacated[1]Women's road race details Leontien Zijlaard  Netherlands Hanka Kupfernagel  Germany Diana Žiliūtė  LithuaniaWomen's time trial details Leontien Zijlaard  Netherlands Mari Holden  United States Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli  FranceTrack cycling[edit] Men[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeKeirin details Florian Rousseau  France Gary Neiwand  Australia Jens Fie
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Chantal Brunner
Chantal is a female personal name originally in reference to Saint Jane Frances de Chantal. It may refer to:Contents1 People1.1 Surname 1.2 Given name2 Geography, weather and space 3 Entertainment 4 See alsoPeople[edit] Surname[edit] Jane Frances de Chantal
Jane Frances de Chantal
(1572–1641), French saintGiven name[edit]
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Archery At The 2000 Summer Olympics
Archery
Archery
at the 2000 Summer Olympics
2000 Summer Olympics
was held at Sydney
Sydney
International Archery
Archery
Park in Sydney, Australia
Australia
with ranking rounds on 16 September and regular competition held from 17 to 20 September. One hundred twenty-eight archers from forty-six nations competed in the four gold medal events—individual and team events for men and for women—that were contested at these games. The Korean team won three out of the four gold medals contested. Eight Olympic records and three world records were broken at these games.Contents1 Qualification and format 2 Participating nations 3 Medal summary3.1 Medal table 3.2 Men's 3.3 Women's4 See also 5 ReferencesQualification and format[edit] There were four ways for National Olympic Committees (NOCs) to qualify berths for individual archers for the Olympics in archery
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Sports Reference
Sports Reference, LLC is a company which operates several sports-related websites including Baseball-Reference.com, Pro-Football-Reference.com, Basketball Reference, and Hockey Reference.[1] Contents1 Descripton 2 Olympics 3 References 4 External linksDescripton[edit] The site also includes sections on college football, college basketball and, until December 2016, the Olympics.[2] The sites attempt a comprehensive approach to sports data
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Athens
Athens
Athens
(/ˈæθɪnz/;[3] Greek: Αθήνα, Athína [aˈθina], Ancient Greek: Ἀθῆναι, Athênai [a.tʰɛ̂ː.nai̯]) is the capital and largest city of Greece
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Christopher Jenner
Christopher Jenner (born 3 November 1974 in Upper Hutt) is a former French professional cyclist.[1] He became a French national in June 2000. Major results[edit]1994 2nd Tour de la Creuse 1996 1st Grand Prix du Pays d'Aix 2nd Tour de la Creuse 3rd Grand Prix Cristal Energie 3rd Grand Prix de la ville de Buxerolles 1997 1st Grand Prix de la ville de Buxerolles 2nd Ronde de l'Isard 3rd Bordeaux-Saintes 1999 1st stage 7 Tour de l'Avenir 2nd Tour de l'Ain1st stage 53rd Trophée des Grimpeurs 8th of Tirreno–Adriatico 2000 7th Tour de Picardie 8th Etoile de Bessèges 9th GP de Fourmies 10th Bayern Rundfahrt 2001 1st stage 5 Tour de France (TTT) 1st Tour of Wellington1st stages 1 and 45th Tour Down Under 5th Le Tour de Langkawi 2002 1st Boucles de l'Aulne 9th Bayern RundfahrtReferences[edit]^ "Christopher Jenner"
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Scott Guyton
Scott Guyton (born 11 June 1976) is a New Zealand cyclist. He competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics
1996 Summer Olympics
in Atlanta, in the men's individual road race, and at the 2000 Summer Olympics
2000 Summer Olympics
in Sydney, in the men's individual road race.[1] References[edit]^ "Scott Guyton". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC
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Jacinta Coleman
Jacinta Joan Gray (née Coleman, 17 July 1974 – 27 June 2017) was a New Zealand road cyclist who represented her country at the 1998 Commonwealth Games and the 2000 Summer Olympics.Contents1 Early life and family 2 Cycling 3 Death 4 ReferencesEarly life and family[edit] Born in Auckland on 17 July 1974, Gray was the daughter of Brian and Sandra Coleman.[1][2] She married Australian cyclist Jay Sweet and they had one son, but later divorced.[3] In 2009, she married James Gray, and the couple had two children.[4] Cycling[edit] She took up cycling at the beginning of 1995,[5] and made rapid progress in the sport.[6] Gray rode for New Zealand in the women's road race at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, finishing in 10th place.[7] In the women's individual road race at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Gray finished 18th out of 57 starters.[7] Death[edit] Gray died from bowel cancer in Tauranga on 27 June 2017.[2][4] References[edit]^ "Jacinta Coleman"
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Kirstin Daly-Taylor
Kirstin Marie Daly-Taylor (born 17 May 1969) is a New Zealand basketball coach and former international player who competed in the 1994 FIBA World Championship and the 2000 Summer Olympics for the Tall Ferns.[1] In December 2015, Daly-Taylor was named the head coach of the Hawke's Bay Hawks for the next five years, becoming one of the rare women to take control of a men's team at a domestic level.[2][3] In her first season at the helm in 2016, the Hawks went 0–18 to become just the fourth side in NBL history to go an entire season without a win.[4] Things did not get better for Daly-Taylor in 2017, as the Hawks started the season with a 1–6 record. Amid allegations she had lost the respect of some players, on 26 April 2017, she handed in her resignation after a "panic attack" following the team's Anzac Day loss to the Canterbury Rams in Napier.[5] References[edit]^ "Kirstin Daly". Sports-Reference.com
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