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  • SIDE HORSE VAULT SZABO ROM

    SIDE HORSE VAULT SZABO ROM

    5 AUG 1984: ECATERINA SZABO OF ROMANIA IN FULL FLIGHT AS SHE PERFORMS ONE OF HER VAULTS DURING THE SIDE HORSE VAULT GYMNASTICS COMPETITION AT THE 1984 LOS ANGELES OLYMPICS. SZABO WON THE GOLD MEDAL WITH A TOTAL SCORE OF 19.875 POINTS.
    Saturday, August 4, 1984 10:00 PM | Photo
  • TEAM GYMNASTICS RETTON USA

    TEAM GYMNASTICS RETTON USA

    1 AUG 1984: MARY LOU RETTON OF THE UNITED STATES IS CONGRATULATED BY TEAM MATES AFTER SCORING A PERFECT 10.0 DURING THE VAULT SECTION OF THE TEAM COMBINED GYMNASTICS COMPETITION. THE USA WON THE SILVER MEDAL BEHIND ROMANIA.
    Tuesday, July 31, 1984 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Ceremony at The Olympic Museum c IOCArnaud Meylan (4)

    Ceremony at The Olympic Museum c IOCArnaud Meylan (4)

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright IOC/ Arnaud Meylan
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:30 PM | Photo
  • End of the Work in Lausanne c IOCArnaud Meylan (1)

    End of the Work in Lausanne c IOCArnaud Meylan (1)

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright IOC/Arnaud Meylan
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:30 PM | Photo
  • Ceremony at The Olympic Museum c IOCArnaud Meylan (3)

    Ceremony at The Olympic Museum c IOCArnaud Meylan (3)

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright IOC / Arnaud Meylan
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:30 PM | Photo
  • Work in Progress in Canada c Jack Litrell 2009 (1)

    Work in Progress in Canada c Jack Litrell 2009 (1)

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright (c) Jack Litrell
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:30 PM | Photo
  • Work in Progress in Canada c Jack Litrell 2009 (2)

    Work in Progress in Canada c Jack Litrell 2009 (2)

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright (c) Jack Litrell
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:30 PM | Photo
  • Work in Progress in Canada c Jack Litrell 2009 (3)

    Work in Progress in Canada c Jack Litrell 2009 (3)

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright (c) Jack Litrell
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:30 PM | Photo
  • Ceremony at The Olympic Museum c IOCArnaud Meylan

    Ceremony at The Olympic Museum c IOCArnaud Meylan

    On the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Jim Hart, a Haida artist, has sculpted a totem pole for The Olympic Museum. This imposing work, erected in front of The Museum, opens a window onto the traditional culture of one of the First Nations of British Columbia (Canada). Copyright IOC / Arnaud Meylan
    Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:00 PM | Photo
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