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Olympic and World Records 2012 free pdf The Olympic Games is the biggest sporting event on the planet and has developed beyond all proportion since Baron Pierre du Coubertin first raised the idea of reviving the Ancient Olympic ideal in 1889. The first modern Olympic Games, appropriately held in Athens in 1896, featured only 241 athletes from 14 countries- by the time the event hits London in 2012, 4,200 athletes from up to 208 countries will compete in front of a global television audience of 6.7 billion. In the intervening 116 years, some of the greatest stories in world sport have been written and names have been etched into sporting folklore. "The Olympic Games and World Records Book" is a collection of the finest achievements on sport's greatest platform and a celebration of the legends created by some of the most distinguished names in sporting history. It is essential reading for any fan of the Olympic Games - the greatest and most revered spectacle in world sport.

About Keir Radnedge

Keir Radnedge, the London-based editor of SportsFeatures.com, the Olympic Games and football news website, has been covering the Olympic Games for more years than he cares to remember. His career as journalist included working at the Daily Mail for 20 years, as well as The Guardian and other national newspapers and magazines in the UK and abroad. He has written countless books, many on football, from tournament guides to comprehensive encyclopedias, aimed at all ages and is a former editor of World Soccer, generally recognized as the premier English-language magazine on global football. In addition to his writing, Keir has been a regular analyst for BBC radio and television, Sky Sports and the American cable television news channel CNN.

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Author : Keir Radnedge
Publisher : Carlton Books Ltd
Data Published : 01 September 2011
ISBN : 1847328415
EAN : 9781847328410
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 224 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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