1952 in Oslo, Norway
1972 - Ed Brinkman
1977 - Ed Westfall, N.Y. Islanders
Ed Clancy Great Britain (GBR)
Ed Clancy is 6' 1".
Great Britain (GBR) Ed Clancy Geraint Thomas Steven Burke Peter Kennaugh
Ed Clancy was born on March 12, 1985, in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England, UK.
Drummer Hoff won the Caldecott Medal in 1968. It's illustrated by Ed Emberley. The text was adapted by his wife, Barbara Emberley, from a folk song.
Ed McKeever Great Britain (GBR)
Steven Redgrave. Matthew Pinsent and Steven Redgrave won gold in coxless pairs at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Games. Pinsent and Redgrave later teamed with James Cracknell and Tim Foster to win gold in coxless fours at the 2000 Games. This was Redgrave's 5th and final Olympic gold medal and put a cap on an outstanding Olympic career as he became the most titled men's rower in Olympic history. At the 2004 Games, Matthew Pinsent won gold again in coxless fours with Cracknell, Ed Coode, and Steve Williams. His four gold medals ranks only behind Redgrave as most gold won by an athlete in men's Olympic rowing competition.
Mr. Ed was not a Thoroughbred horse.
Summer event that are co-ed are Equestrian only
The cast of Mary and Dan - 2010 includes: Lauren Clancy as Mary Willam Seaward as Ed