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What does the word Olympic mean

What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

How did the athletes prepare for the ancient olympic games

What other events were included in the ancient olympic games after the first ancient olympic games

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Q: Who won the first olympic gold medal at the olympic gamesin water polo?
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Who is the Olympic water polo champion?

Hungary won the men's gold medal and Italy won the women's gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in water polo and are both likely contenders for the 2008 Olympics. Update; Hungary did win the Olympic gold medal in mens water polo at Beijing in 2008 to make a hattrick of consecutive golds. The womens competition was won by the Netherlands


First Olympic team sport?

The first team sport in the Olympics was water polo.


Who won the first British Olympic swimming gold medal?

John Jarvis. Jarvis was Great Britain's first Olympic gold medalist in swimming, winning the men's 1000 meter event and 4000 meter event at the 1900 Games in Paris. He was also a member of Great Britain's water polo team that won gold in 1900.


When was the first played water polo in the Olympics?

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When was water polo first played in the Olympics?

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What was one of the first team sports to be introduced athe 1900 Olympic games?

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How does particles of hot water affect the particles of a medal spoon?

The hot water would conduct its heat to the part of the medal spoon in the water.


Is Water volleyball an olympic sport?

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In 1950 where did Olympic water polo champion Gerald Blitz found the first Club Med?

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What body of water is located furthest from the site of the Olympic Games?

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Who was first welshman to win an olympic gold medal?

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In what year was water polo introduced to the Olympics?

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