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FLAG, THE
The Olympic flag is made up of a white background at the centre of which there are five coloured intertwined rings: blue, yellow, black, green and red. The blue, black and red rings are on the upper p...


FLAME, OLYMPIC
The flame that has burned at the modern games since those of 1936 in Berlin, is a revival of the ancient tradition whereby a flame burned in the altar of the goddess Hera during the ancient games.The ...


FLANAGAN John (1873 - 1938) Ireland / United States / Track and field
This hammer thrower of Irish origin wrote himself into Olympic history by winning three consecutive gold medals between 1900 and 1908. Also a silver medal winner in the shot putt in 1904, he set 15 wo...


FLEMMING Peggy (1948) United States / Figure skating
There is no figure skater who could dream of having a more beautiful nickname than that given to Peggy Flemming by the experts in the sport "Peggy the Magnificent". Gold medallist at the Grenoble game...


FLESSEL Laura (1972) France / Fencing
This young woman from Guadeloupe faced a cruel dilemma in the final of the epee event in Atlanta in '96. She had to fight against her French team-mate Valérie Barlois. This fight she won. Both, howeve...


FLEURY Catherine (1966) France / Judo
The first French Olympic champion in judo, Catherine Fleury won the gold for the 60 kg category in Barcelona. This title was a nice present just several months before her wedding.Furthermore, she show...


FLUTE Sebastian (1972) France / Archery
This young French archer has powers of concentration that are out of the ordinary. In Barcelona in '92 he won a title that everyone expected him to win after his victory several weeks earlier in the E...


FOLDI Imre (1938) Hungary / Weightlifting
Olympic champion in the 59 kg category at the Munich games in 72, this Hungarian weightlifter is the only champion in this discipline to have taken part in five Olympic games between 1960 and 1980.Thi...


FONST Ramon (1883-1959) Cuba / Fencing
This Cuban was one of the great fencers of the start of the century, winning three individual titles at the Paris games in 1900 and at the Saint Louis games in 1904. He was victorious in the epee and ...


FOOTBALL
With almost 50 million players throughout the world, this is the sport that has the most participants. To promote football, the world authorities of the sport created the world cup in 1932. Along with...


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