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    Canoe Slalom

    To discover when canoe slalom appeared on the programme of the Olympic Games and how the different events evolved from 1972 to our days.
  • Document

    Canoe Slalom

    To discover when canoe slalom appeared on the programme of the Olympic Games and how the different events evolved from 1972 to our days.
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    Canoe Sprint

    To discover when canoe sprint appeared on the programme of the Olympic Games and how the different events evolved from 1936 to our days: introduction of women’s events, etc.
  • Document

    Canoe Sprint

    To discover when canoe sprint appeared on the programme of the Olympic Games and how the different events evolved from 1936 to our days: introduction of women’s events, etc.
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    E-Searcher

    A single interface to search e-journals, e-documents, online databases, digital libraries and other catalogues. The E-Searcher is an easy-to-use and effective search engine, capable of launching simultaneous searches in all of the electronic resources available at the Olympic Studies Centre. This software returns relevant and reliable results in record time, and guarantees the most appropriate data for each request. NB. Some documents are accessible only on-site at the Olympic Studies Centre.
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    Squaw Valley 1960

    Entitled “VIII Olympic Winter Games Squaw Valley, California, 1960: final report”, this official report comprises a single volume in English.
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    London 2012

    The official report published by the LOCOG consists of a single set of two commemorative books published by Wiley (The official commemorative book; The Games, Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic Journey to London 2012) and a DVD, “London 2012 Olympic Games: official report”.
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    Los Angeles 1932

    The official report “The Games of the Xth Olympiad Los Angeles 1932” was produced only in English, in the form of a single volume with over 800 pages. The quality was excellent, and it was the first such report to include colour illustrations. It exists with three different types of binding.
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