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    05 September 2014 - News

    YOG success for Olympic Solidarity-supported athletes!
    Such is the story of swimmer Marcelo Acosta (ESA), wrestler Dulguun Bolormaa (MGN) and judoka Rotislav Dashkov (KGZ). All three walked away from Nanjing 2014 with a silver medal in their respective di...
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    28 August 2014 - News

    The future starts at YOG!
    For most of the 3,800 athletes, the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games are a taster of what a career in sport could be like. Inspiring them to dream big and aim high, the YOG also ensure that through th...
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    17 February 2014 - News

    Olympic Solidarity athletes win medals in Sochi
    19 year-old Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu has become the first Japanese to win a men's figure skating gold at the Olympic Games and the youngest man to win the title in 66 years.  Hanyu went i...
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    29 July 2012 - News

    Olympic Solidarity athletes win medals at London 2012
    In the women’s 48kg judo, Sarah Menezes of Brazil finished in the gold medal position, the first time Brazil has won a gold medal in women’s judo. Hungary’s Eva Csernoviczki finished third, winning br...
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    12 July 2012 - News

    Ana Sofía Gómez Porras hopes to shine in London 2012
    How did you get started in gymnastics?The sport had always caught my attention, plus I had a lot of energy when I was little, which helped me a lot in gymnastics. How has the Olympic Solidarity Schol...
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    06 July 2012 - News

    Paul Etia N'Doumbe hopes to finish in the top ten in London
    Cameroon’s Paul Etia N’Doumbe took up rowing in 2005 and just three years later was competing in the single sculls at the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. Now, the 28-year-old is hoping that his Olym...
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    02 July 2012 - News

    Soumyajit Ghosh looks forward to London 2012
    Olympic Review catches up with Olympic Solidarity scholarship holders as they target London 2012. The North Bengal teenager Soumyajit Ghosh became the first Indian to medal in the World Junior Table T...
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    28 June 2012 - News

    Ella Nicholas, on her way to London 2012
    Olympic Review catches up with Olympic Solidarity scholarship holders as they target London 2012. Ella Nicholas, an ambitious canoe athlete, has London 2012 firmly in her sights as she aims to become ...
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    25 June 2012 - News

    On the road to London 2012: Natalya Coyle
    After becoming the first Irish modern pentathlete to qualify for the World Cup Final, Natalya Coyle is targeting next year’s Olympic Games in London thanks to the support of her Olympic Solidarity Sch...
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    21 June 2012 - News

    Olympic Solidarity: William Chetcuti
    Olympic Review catches up with Olympic Solidarity scholarship holders as they target London 2012. After narrowly missing out on the top six places in Athens in 2004 and Beijing in 2008, 26-year-old Ma...
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