1 edition of Olympics 2000 found in the catalog.
Sixteen page pull-out special in the Guardian, 6 September 1993.
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See also the list of bidding cities for each Olympics. We also have a list of the time zones and latitude for each Games host city. The next Olympic Games host city is Tokyo in Following this, the Olympic Games will be in Paris in , and Los Angeles in See also the discussion about the host cities. List of Olympic Host Cities. Buy This Book in Print summary Despite International Olympic Committee president Juan Antonio Samarach’s proclaiming the Sydney Olympics as the “best ever,” the .
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The book excels at small lists such as the host cities, the calendar of events, Years of Olympic Highlights, and the event logs on each page.
Beside each event is the winner and team, the olympic record if appropriate, and blank lines for the winner.4/5(3). If you are a Summer Olympics fan, this is THE book for you. The book contains every modern Olympiad from Athens to Barcelona. Every event, every athlete in a top score, every Olympic record, every country and over 1, anecdotes and dramatic moments in the Olympic Games is by: The Olympic Games: Athens Olympics 2000 book Hardcover – July 1, by DK Publishing (Author)/5(3).
The Summer Olympics (True Books-Sports) Paperback – March 1, by Bob Knotts (Author)5/5(1). The last few editions of this book were titled "The Complete Book of the Summer Olympics", because the winter Olympic Games were covered in a separate volume.
They still are. Perhaps the previous publisher wouldn't let the current one use the word "summer" in the title. But that is a minor quibble/5.
Get this from a library. Olympic Summer Games [Meredith Costain] -- The must-have guide to the Olympic Summer Games includes information on all of the Olympic sports; packed full of interesting facts and figures and color photographs of everyone's favorite athletes.
In F.J. Campbell's novel No Number Nine, the last part of the book is set at the Sydney Olympics.  In Tom Clancy 's thriller Rainbow Six and its video game adaptation, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six, the Olympic Games are the setting of a plot by eco-terrorists, who plan to use the games in order to spread a terrible new plague throughout the : in 28 sports (40 disciplines).
The “Official report of the XXVII Olympiad: Sydney Olympic Games” was published in French and English. Each set consisted of two printed volumes (Preparing the Games; Celebrating the Games) and, for the first time, a bilingual CD-ROM (Results). The Summer Olympics were held in Sydney, Australia, from 15 September to 1 October 10, athletes from National Olympic Committees (NOC) countries participated.
The competition was made up of events in 28 sports were held; events were opened to men, were opened to women and 10 were mixed events.
Although this book is chock full of great pictures from every Olympics (making it a great resource for the early games), the text completely drops the ball, being little more than a litany of names, countries and scores and totally missing the bigger stories that make each games fascinating/5.
Despite International Olympic Committee president Juan Antonio Samarach s proclaiming the Sydney Olympics as the best ever, the truth of the matter is much less one-sided. Document Type: Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iv, pages: color illustrations, color portraits ; 24 cm. Get this from a library.
Olympics. [Chris Oxlade; David Ballheimer] -- Surveys the history and traditions of the Olympics, highlighting memorable events from ancient Greece to the present day.
These books are just two of many published in time for the Olympics in Sydney. In The Complete Book of the Summer Olympics: Sydney Edition (Overlook, $, ISBN ) Olympics historian David Wallechinsky provides readers with every statistic they could ever possibly want.
The narrative texts that accompany the stats offer. The United States of America (USA) competed at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. competitors, men and women, took part in events in 31 sports. Medalists. The following U.S. competitors won medals at the games. In the by discipline sections below, medalists' names are Flag bearer: Cliff Meidl (Opening), Rulon Gardner (Closing).
Get this from a library. The Summer Olympics. [Bob Knotts] -- Describes the history, ideals, events, and heroes of the Olympic Games, with an emphasis on the Summer Olympics. Get this from a library. Olympics!. [B G Hennessy; Michael Chesworth] -- Provides a simple overview of the history, preparations, training, and actual events that are part of the Olympic Games.
And they are opposed by those who anticipate making a fortune from the games; local business is the only participant in Olympics assured of a gold medal in advance. Five cities made presentations to the IOC Session in Monte Carlo to host the Summer Olympics. These were awarded to Sydney, Australia, on 24 September at am (Sydney Time).
The other cities were Beijing (China), Manchester (Great Britain), Berlin (Germany) and Istanbul (Turkey). 2 Reactions by Beijing.
3 Final tee: IOC. Tucked away in the vast library of mediocre books about the Olympics are some real gems.
Olympic historian David Goldblatt surveys the field and picks the gold. Sydney book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5.Summer Olympics. #N#4× m relay. Combined events. #N#Wheelchair races. At the Summer Olympics in Sydney, 46 events in athletics were contested, 24 for men and 22 for women.
There were a total number of participating athletes from countries. 2 Participating nations. 3 Medal summary. 6 External links.The Complete Book of the Olympics David Wallechinsky, Jaime Loucky No preview available - About the author () Renowned Olympic historian David Wallechinsky is NBC's radio commentator on the Olympics and the author of many best-selling reference books.
He has appeared on a number of television shows.