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  • Shooting Grut

    Shooting Grut

    2 Aug 1948: Olympic Games, London. Capt. W O G Grut of Sweden practises on the pistol range before the shooting discipline of the Modern Pentathlon at Bisley. Mandatory Credit: Allsport Hulton/Archive
    Sunday, August 1, 1948 10:00 PM | Photo
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    Saint Moritz 1948-Modern pentathlon-RUMPF Hans (SUI).
    Wednesday, December 31, 1947 11:00 PM | Photo
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    Berlin 1936-Modern pentathlon-The 300 m start.
    Tuesday, August 4, 1936 10:00 PM | Photo
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    Berlin 1936-Modern pentathlon-A match.
    Tuesday, December 31, 1935 11:00 PM | Photo
  • The Olympic Rings

    The Olympic Rings

    Vakhtang IAGORASHVILI of USA on LUCKY LUKE during the Modern Pentathlon individual Men's competition on Day 13 of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games at the Goudi Olympic Complex, on August 26, 2004 in Athens, Greece.
    Friday, May 19, 2017 8:33 AM | Photo
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    Münich 1972-PETERS Mary (GBR) 1st and POLLAK Burglinde(GDR) 3rd of the pentathlon.
    Monday, December 31, 2001 11:00 PM | Photo
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    Münich 1972-PETERS Mary (GBR) 1st, pentathlon.
    Monday, December 31, 2001 11:00 PM | Photo
  • Jim Thorpe (USA)

    Jim Thorpe (USA)

    American athlete Jim Thorpe, the winner of the pentathlon and the decathlon at the Stockholm 1912 Olympic Games
    Monday, January 4, 2010 10:33 AM | Photo
  • Winner’s medal Athens 1896

    Winner’s medal Athens 1896

    Spyridon Louis, in the centre dressed as an Evzone, at the medal ceremony for the marathon at the Athens 1896 Games. This shepherd gave Greece its first gold medal of the modern Olympic Games. The stir around this victory followed him his whole life, so much so that he was selected as flag-bearer of the Greek delegation at the Berlin Games in 1936. ©IOC
    Monday, January 4, 2010 9:20 AM | Photo
  • Winner's medal Salt Lake City 2002

    Winner's medal Salt Lake City 2002

    On the reverse of the medal, we can see in the centre a modern representation of Nike, Goddess of Victory. She holds a leaf in her hand symbolising the laurel crown presented to the champions of Antiquity. Within the arch formed by her arm is a representation of the discipline in which the medal was won. The contours of the medal are taken up by various inscriptions such as “Salt Lake 2002” and the name of the event won by the athlete ©IOC
    Tuesday, January 5, 2010 1:36 PM | Photo
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