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Sydney 2000 Olympics Sailing information

by ISAAF/ SOCOG event media on 29 Jul 2001
The pages contain:

a) List of Medallists from Sydney

b) Entry lists by Class

c) A consolidated Athlete list

d) Overall Results for all classes

e) Mark Roundings for all races

f) Soling Match racing - all rounds

g) Biographies on all athletes, including links from Entries and Results

h) Matrix showing numbers of entries by Class and Country

i) List of all Judges, Measurers, Technical Delegates

j) Facts and Figures on the Facilities, Qualification Criteria, etc

k) Past History of Medallists by Country, by Class (all classes, not just current ones), summary of recent World Championships for Olympic Classes

For all this information just go to the Sydney 2000 Olympics

http://www.sailing.org/olympics2000/info2000/
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