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3rd Olympics: St Louis, 1904, plunge for distance, charles dickay

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USA, St Louis, 1904

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St. Louis organizers repeated the mistakes made at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris. Competitions were reduced to a side-show of the World's Fair and were lost in the chaos of other, more popular cultural exhibits. David Francis, the President of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, declined to invite anybody else to open the Games and, on July 1 did so himself in a scaled-down short and humdrum "ceremony". Officially, the games lasted for four and a half months; in fact, James Edward Sullivan tried to hold an event every day for the duration of the fair. The Olympic caliber events were again mixed with other sporting events, but whereas Paris hardly ever mentioned them, Sullivan called all his sports events "Olympic." The IOC later declared that 94 of these events were Olympic. The participants totaled 651 athletes - 645 men and 6 women representing 12 countries. However, only 42 events (less than half) actually included athletes who were not from the United States. The actual athletics events that formed the bulk of the recognized Olympic sports were held from Monday, August 29 to Saturday, September 3.

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Catalan :

Jocs Olímpics, Jocs Olímpics, st louis, EUA, 1904, món de Fira, exposició de la compra de louisiana, george washington university, salt de distància, charles dickay, esport, 3 Jocs Olímpics, ,


German :

Olympiade, Olympische Spiele, St. Louis, Usa, 1904, world's fair, Louisiana Purchase Exposition von, George Washington University, Sprung für Abstand, Charles Dickay, Sport, 3. Olympiade,


Hindi :

ओलंपिक, ओलिंपिक खेलों, सेंट लुइस, संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका, 1904, दुनिया का मेला, लुइसियाना खरीद प्रदर्शनी, जॉर्ज वॉशिंगटन विश्वविद्यालय, दूरी, चार्ल्स dickay, खेल मैदान, 3 ओलंपिक के लिए डुबकी,


Italian :

Olimpiadi, giochi olimpici, st louis, Stati Uniti d'America, 1904, mondo di fiera, esposizione dell'acquisto della louisiana, george washington university, con trampolino per distanza, charles dickay, sport, 3a Olimpiade, ,


Korean :

올림픽, 올림픽, 세인트 루이스, 미국, 1904 년에, 세계의 공정, 루이지애나 구입 폭발, 조지 워싱턴 대학, 거리, 찰리 dickay, 스포츠, 3 올림픽 다이빙,


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