What competion did Thomas rose swimming winner of 1877 win?
The winner was Alfred Hajos of Hungary in a time of 1:22.2.
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%REPLIES%. Answer . Yes. She competes for Auburn University, and has won a Silver and Bronze medal for swimming, in the 2004 Olympics. These are Zimbabwe's 2nd and 3rd medals ever. The first was for field hockey, in 1980 (a boycotted Olympics).\n. \nFambai zhakanaka!. Answer . Her events we…re:\n. \n100-meter Backstroke (SILVER)\n200-meter Individual Medley (BRONZE)\n. \nTatenda!. Answer . Personal: \nFull name is Kirsty Leigh Coventry ... Parents are Rob and Lyn Coventry ... Born Sept. 16, 1983 ... Hometown is Harare, Zimbabwe ... First Zimbabwe swimmer to win an Olympic Medal... Kirsty Coventry hopes the swimming medals she won for Zimbabwe at the Olympic Games will lift people's spirits in a country engulfed in political and economic chaos. \n. Answer . Don't forget, there's still the 200-meter backstroke (on August 20), where she is also a medal contender!. Answer . Definitely she is a represantative of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is a multi - racial Country and Kirsty is a native of Zimbabwe. She is just studying in the USA but that does not make her an American. People should appreaciate the good from our nation and avoid treating every good thing from Zimbabwe in negative terms. Is Gatlin competing from America? Absolutely.\nVIVA Zimbabwe Long Live our motherland - VIVA Kirsty. (MORE)
Answer . \nThere were 202 countries in all competing in the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games. Those countries were (in alphabetical order):\n. \nAfghanistan\nAlbania\nAlgeria\nAmerican Samoa\nAndorra\nAngola\nAntigua and Barbuda\nArgentina\nArmenia\nAruba\nAustralia\nAustria\nAzerbaijan\nBahamas…\nBahrain\nBangladesh\nBarbados\nBelarus\nBelgium\nBelize\nBenin\nBhutan\nBolivia\nBosnia and Herzegovina\nBotswana\nBrazil\nBritish Virgin Islands\nBrunei\nBulgaria\nBurkina Faso\nBurundi\nCambodia\nCameroon\nCanada\nCape Verde\nCayman Islands\nCentral African Republic\nChad\nChile\nChina\nChinese Taipei\nColombia\nComoros\nCook Islands\nCosta Rica\nCôte dIvoire\nCroatia\nCuba\nCyprus\nCzech Republic\nDemocratic Peoples Republic of Korea\nDemocratic Republic of Congo\nDenmark\nDijibouti\nDominica\nDominican Republic\nEcuador\nEgypt\nEl Salvador\nEquatorial Guinea\nEritrea\nEstonia\nEthiopia\nFiji\nFinland\nFrance\nGabon\nGambia\nGeorgia\nGermany\nGhana\nGreat Britain\nGreece\nGrenada\nGuam\nGuatemala\nGuinea\nGuinea-Bissau\nGuyana\nHaiti\nHonduras\nHong Kong\nHungary\nIceland\nIndia\nIndonesia\nIran\nIraq\nIreland\nIsrael\nItaly\nJamaica\nJapan\nJordan\nKazakhstan\nKenya\nKiribati\nKorea\nKuwait\nKyrgyzstan\nLaos\nLatvia\nLebanon\nLesotho\nLiberia\nLibya\nLiechtenstein\nLithuania\nLuxembourg\nMacedonia FYR\nMadagascar\nMalawi\nMalaysia\nMaldives\nMali\nMalta\nMauritania\nMauritius\nMexico\nMicronesia FS\nMoldova\nMonaco\nMongolia\nMorocco\nMozambique\nMyanmar\nNamibia\nNauru\nNepal\nNetherlands\nNetherlands Antilles\nNew Zealand\nNicaragua\nNiger\nNigeria\nNorway\nOman\nPakistan\nPalau\nPalestine\nPanama\nPapua New Guinea\nParaguay\nPeru\nPhilippines\nPoland\nPortugal\nPuerto Rico\nQatar\nRepublic of Congo\nRomania\nRussia\nRwanda\nSaint Kitts and Nevis\nSaint Lucia\nSaint Vincent and the Grenadines\nSamoa\nSan Marino\nSão Tomé and Principe\nSaudi Arabia\nSenegal\nSerbia & Montenegro\nSeychelles\nSierra Leone\nSingapore\nSlovakia\nSlovenia\nSolomon Islands\nSomalia\nSouth Africa\nSpain\nSri Lanka\nSudan\nSuriname\nSwaziland\nSweden\nSwitzerland\nSyria\nSyrian Arab Republic\nTajikistan\nTanzania\nThailand\nTimor-Leste\nTogo \nTonga\nTrinidad/Tobago\nTunisia\nTurkey\nTurkmenistan\nUganda\nUkraine\nUnited Arab Emirates\nUnited States of America\nUruguay\nUzbekistan\nVanuatu\nVenezuela\nVietnam\nVirgin Islands (United States Virgin Islands)\nYemen\nZambia\nZimbabwe (MORE)
Answer . well Olympic winners from Athens were paid a cash equivalent of five years earnings for a workingman and that didn't include other perks like a lifetime of free meals. "athlete" is derived from the ancient Greek meaning, "one who competes for a prize.
Answer . One who competed in a big way with Edison was George Westinghouse. Edison championed the idea of using DC current while Westinghouse was developing an AC system. Copy and paste this link for more information:. http://www.georgewestinghouse.com/
When organisms compete there are a few things that happen to thewinner. The winner obviously gets what it wants.
No. The Wars of the Roses was a fight between the Lancaster & York claimants to the English throne. The succession of the crown at this time is very confused. Principally it involves the reign of Henrys IV V & VI, Edward IV &V & Richard III. In 1485 Henry VII wins the battle of Bosworth defeating Ri…chard III. (MORE)
The first ever swimming event held in the modern Olympic Games was the 100 meter freestyle on April 11, 1896. The winner was Alfred Hajos of Hungary in a time of 1:22.2.
The winner of the America's Cup has competed in a sailing race thatoriginated in 1851 and continues to this day. The standard formatof the race involves two sailing yachts, one (the holder of theCup) as the defender and the other as the challenger. In recentyears, multiple challengers have been allo…wed under altered racingconditions. (MORE)
Spencer William Gore ( March 10 , 1850 - April 19 , 1906 ) was a tennis player and cricketer for Surrey .. Gore was born and raised within a mile of the All England Croquet Club in Wimbledon Common , Surrey , and christened at St Mary's Church, Wimbledon  .. He was educated a…t Harrow school , where he excelled at all games, especially football and cricket, and was the captain of the school cricket eleven  . He played twice for Surrey County Cricket Club hitting 17 runs off the first four balls he received in his first match. Gore did not establish himself as a county cricketer, despite several centuries in club matches  .. In 1877 the All England Croquet Club was renamed the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club , the first lawn tennis match having been played there two years previously  . That year saw the first Wimbledon lawn tennis championship , in the Gentleman's Singles .. Gore was amongst the twenty two players who paid a guinea to enter the inaugural championship. Women were not permitted to enter until 1884, and the 21 matches were spread over five days. The championship was suspended for the weekend as not to clash with the annual Eton v Harrow cricket match at Lord's Cricket Ground .. The scheduled final on Monday was postponed for four days due to rain.. Dropping only two sets in four matches, the 27 year-old Gore reached the final against William Marshall , and won in straight sets, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4, in forty eight minutes  .. Gore collected the first prize of 12 guineas and a silver cup presented by The Field , a sporting magazine. He lost the following years Gentleman's Singles final to Frank Hadow 7-5, 6-1, 9-7.. Gore died at the age of 56 in Ramsgate , Kent .. (MORE)
disabled athletes can compete in swimming because it is good for there body to go.
for the 2000 till now we had to do a swimming position in order and the first one to do all of them first won the swimming part of the olympics
I'm going to assume you are just confused by the different "events" and that there may be different ways to win because honestly... you win by being faster than everyone else. After all, it is a "race".. Having said that, there are a lot of different "events" when it comes to swimming, each differe…nt based on the "stroke" and the distance you swim. But you win them all the same way, touching the wall before everyone else. (MORE)
Click on the 'Rose Bowl' link below to read a history of the game along with seeing all winners listed year by year. The information comes from answers.com.
Australia's duet and team did not qualify for the Olympics. They performed in Sydney by default as the host nation, but could not swim at the Athens or Beijing Olympics because they needed higher scores at international competitions to do that.
In 2000, the Australian team and duet swam only because the Olympics were in Sydney and the host nation is automatically a participant. They have not gone to the Olympics since then because they did not qualify.
Synchronized swimmers from different countries compete against each other. At the Olympics, eight countries swim for the same medals. Some colleges have synchro teams that compete against other college teams. Think of a synchro meet as being like a figure skating competition - everybody wants to be …in first place and there are no real "losers." (MORE)
No. There are 17 men's events, Phelps is competing in only 5 individual events: 200m Individual Medley, 100m Butterfly, 400m Individual Medley, 200m Butterfly and 200m Freestyle. He will also participate in 2 or 3 relays.
You can join a local swim team. There are two kinds. For people who want to become good swimmers and are not that good at it, i would recommend doing a summer swim team, but if you are good and have been on the summer swim team, then join a year round swimming team. a web site i would recommend goin…g to is www.usaswimming.org they have a lot of year round swim teams you can join. (MORE)
That was the 1896 Games in Athens. No one from the team won a medal.
Yes, You can. It sort of depends on how old you are. 6'4" is not short for a teen. Height, either way, will not limit you on how fast you swim. It is whether or not you are fast will determine if you can compete, not your height.
Swimming is interesting, as it can function as both an individual and team sport. In swim meets, the races are individual, and you are competing with swimmers from both the opposing team and your own team. You are also competing against your personal best time. However, the points you accrue from ho…w you placed in your race contribute to the team score which is used to determine who "won" the meet. (MORE)
girls from ages 7+ normally and although boys are aloud to train ( though it is rare) they are not aloud to compete in any important competitions ( Spain are the only country with a man in there team and he is not marked for his performances)
the winners win medals Gold for 1st place, Siver for 2nd place and Bronze for 3rd place.
Henry Tudor was able to defeat Richard III in the Battle ofBosworth Field. He had to continue securing his kingdom untildefeating local Yorkists is the final fight of the Wars of theRoses
There was no winner. Both of them left the ring when the announcer was about to announce the winner.
it really depends on, like the pool size, and where you live...its diffrent for everyplace!
2013 Boston Marathon Reward Money . 1st - $150,000 . 2nd - $75,000 . 3rd - $40,000 . 4th - $25,000 . 5th - $15,000 . 6th - $12,000 . 7th - $9,000 . 8th - $7,400 . 9th - $5,700 . 10th - $4,200
He didn't invent anything. He improved the telephone that someone else created. He was paid 150 per hour from the president. He worked for 4 years.
Samuel Wanjiru & Liliya Shobukhova each won $75,000 in prize money in 2010 as top finishers. In addition, they each received $40,000 bonuses for their finishing times. However every year, the total prize money depends upon the sponsorship funds received for the event.
The synonyms could be challenging or contending. The terms for unseating an incumbent or champion is to oust, depose or dethrone.
No , The Rose was nominated for four Academy Awards (Oscar), but it did not win. . Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Frederic Forrest . Best Actress in a Leading Role - Bette Midler . Best Film Editing - Robert L. Wolfe & Carroll Timothy O'Meara . Best Sound - Theodore Soderberg, Douglas… O. Williams, Paul Wells & James E. Webb (MORE)
The War of the Roses was a civil war in England that happened before the colonization of America. So, no.
The first swimming events held for women at the Summer Olympic Games were held in 1912 - competitions in the 100 metre freestyle, and the 4x100 metre freestyle relay.
Justin wins but alex should've because she helped justin out of a branch then justin gives his powers to alex. Justin takes over for mr crump and max gets the sub station.
to win in swim you should know backstock ,and swim faster in one minutes 50 metres long and if somebody dont knowto swim and is falling u should tell to not do anything he will come up in ten seconds
What were the words spoken by Thomas Edison in 1877 when he made the first recording of the human voice?
"Mary had a little lamb" were the first words successfully recordedby Edison when testing the phonograph. Edison made the recording inhis tinfoil cylinder phonograph, the invention that made him famousin 1877.
Really swimming is a great way to stay in shape because it uses almost every muscle in the body, but doing it before competing in another is bad because it uses a lot of energy.
I think Wisconsin will DEFINETLY win the 2011 Rose Bowl. Then again, you never know. I am a HUGE fan, though.
There are many things you can win. The most common are ribbons. Medals are common too.
The Wars of the Roses were civil wars where each faction wanted control over the crown of England. You could say England won the Wars of the Roses, but England also lost the wars.
the crown of course, and more than that the chance to be miss america and be named that should really just mean the most, i mean thats why were all here right? lol
No, it isn't. Unless if you don't get 1st place in a competition, you will be shot in the head with a revolver. It's ok to fail at a competition. They aren't important anyways.
you cant 'score points in swimming' if you are competing in a race against other swimmers and you finish 1st 2nd or 3rd you will get a medal
You can compete at swimming at a young age, I am 14 and have been swimming for 11 years and competing for 7/8 years. Lots of swimming clubs hold competitions for certain age groups. For instance an 8 year old would not be competing against a 12 year old. If you are talking about olympic swimming I'm… not sure but the youngest age seems to be age 15, my friend is going to the paralympics in a few weeks and he is only 15 :) hope this helped (MORE)
From what i have read there is a sensor in the panel that the swimmera touch at the end of ever pool length.
The lane with the fastest swimmer in it! Organizers typically try to put the fastest swimmers in the center lanes, but it doesn't always work out that way.
There were 19 NOC that medaled in swimming events. 166 of the 204 NOCs had athletes in the 34 swimming events see related link
Winners win because they're good at what they do. They will only lose against someone better than they are. So, if they're not against someone better than them, they win.
No. They are close rhymes, meaning they almost rhyme, but are not exact rhymes. The words that rhyme with swimming would need the letter M in them and the words that rhyme with winning would need the letter N in them.
In the Greek times I think they want to please Zeus ( the king ofthe gods in the Greek times ) more than Hera. ( the wife of Zeusand the queen of the gods in the Greek times )