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Grande Pablo

Posted 21 May 2015 - 09:07 PM

Italian walker Annarita Sidoti

 

https://uk.news.yaho...97.html#by1Neod


time

Posted 03 May 2015 - 11:11 PM

 

Why is one worthy of a mention and not the other?


And while we're at it, why is one worthy of a medal and not the other?

 

Fair point . Maybe there should be a coaches Olympics , sorta like the F1 constructors championship.


Magere Hein

Posted 03 May 2015 - 01:24 PM

Why is one worthy of a mention and not the other?


And while we're at it, why is one worthy of a medal and not the other?

time

Posted 03 May 2015 - 09:38 AM

 

 

 

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


7th place? So now we are posting about anyone who ever participated in the Olympics?
SC
Why not, after all, there's even been posts about people who never competed in the Olympics (*cough* Randy Bennet *cough*)

 

 

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


7th place? So now we are posting about anyone who ever participated in the Olympics?
SC
Why not, after all, there's even been posts about people who never competed in the Olympics (*cough* Randy Bennet *cough*)
He COACHED the Olympic swim team, numbnuts! Jesus Christ.....
SC

 

I know - and Beth Whittall competed in the Olympics. Why is one worthy of a mention and not the other?


Sir Creep

Posted 03 May 2015 - 08:58 AM

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


7th place? So now we are posting about anyone who ever participated in the Olympics?
SC
Why not, after all, there's even been posts about people who never competed in the Olympics (*cough* Randy Bennet *cough*)

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


7th place? So now we are posting about anyone who ever participated in the Olympics?
SC
Why not, after all, there's even been posts about people who never competed in the Olympics (*cough* Randy Bennet *cough*)
He COACHED the Olympic swim team, numbnuts! Jesus Christ.....
SC

time

Posted 02 May 2015 - 07:56 AM

 

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


7th place? So now we are posting about anyone who ever participated in the Olympics?
SC

 

Why not, after all, there's even been posts about people who never competed in the Olympics (*cough* Randy Bennet *cough*)


Sir Creep

Posted 02 May 2015 - 06:25 AM

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


7th place? So now we are posting about anyone who ever participated in the Olympics?
SC

YoungWillz

Posted 02 May 2015 - 01:33 AM

Beth Whittall, a Canadian swimmer who competed at the 1956 Olympics (7th in the 100m butterfly) and who will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame as a sporting legend in June, has died at age 78. http://www.brandonsu...0671.html?thx=y


YoungWillz

Posted 30 April 2015 - 04:53 PM

Yoshihiko Osaki, silver medallist in 200m breastroke at the 1960 Rome Olympics, dies at 76. http://www.swimmingw...-osaki-dies-76/


Sir Creep

Posted 30 April 2015 - 01:48 PM

Randy Bennett, Canadian swim coach, diagnosed with lung cancer at 53. Now that's the ultimate dead POOL person.
Sir Chttp://www.princegeo...nosis-1.1751079

And already he's dead:
 http://www.theglobea...rticle24150071/

Randy Bennett, Canadian swim coach, diagnosed with lung cancer at 53. Now that's the ultimate dead POOL person.
Sir Chttp://www.princegeo...nosis-1.1751079

And already he's dead:
 http://www.theglobea...rticle24150071/

Bet he wins dead man's float competition
SC

Tough crowd.
Tip your wait staff they're working hard....

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