|Born||4 November 1926|
|Died||18 February 2016 89)(aged|
Thyge Thøgersen (4 November 1926 – 18 February 2016) was a Danish long-distance runner. He competed at the 1952, 1956 and the 1960 Summer Olympics.
New Zealand competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. The New Zealand Olympic Committee was represented by 97 athletes and 60 officials. Former Olympic swimmer Dave Gerrard was the team's chef de mission.
Djibouti took part in the 1988 Summer Olympics which were held in Seoul, South Korea from September 17 to October 2. The country's participation marked its second appearance in the Summer Olympics since its debut at the 1984 Summer games in Los Angeles, United States. The delegation from Djibouti included six athletes, five in athletics and one in sailing. The five athletes for athletics were Hoche Yaya Aden, Ismael Hassan, Talal Omar Abdillahi, Hussein Ahmed Salah, and Omar Moussa while Robleh Ali Adou represented the nation in sailing. Ahmed Salah won the nation's first Olympic medal, which is a bronze at the Men's Marathon event.
Frank Hansen is a retired rower from Norway who specialized in the double sculls. In this event, he won silver medals at the 1972 Summer Olympics and 1972 European Championships, together with Svein Thøgersen.
Thyge Alexander Petersen was a Danish light heavyweight amateur boxer who competed in the 1920s. He won the European championship in 1925 and 1930.
Denmark competed at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. 89 competitors, 78 men and 11 women, took part in 60 events in 13 sports.
Harold James Mitchell was an English boxer who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He won the gold medal in the light heavyweight competition after beating Thyge Petersen in the final.
Arturo J. Rodríguez Jurado was an Argentinian boxer and rugby union player. As a boxer, he competed at the 1924 and 1928 Summer Olympics. In 1924, he lost his first fight against Thyge Petersen and was eliminated in the first round of the light heavyweight class. In 1928 Rodríguez Jurado won the gold medal, after beating Nils Ramm in the heavy weight category. This was the first gold medal won by Argentina in boxing.
Saint Kitts and Nevis first participated at the Olympic Games in 1996, and have competed in every Summer Olympic Games since. The country has never competed at the Winter Olympic Games.
Djibouti has participated in eight Summer Olympic Games as of the completion of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. They have never competed in the Winter Olympic Games. Djibouti debuted at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States of America with three athletes, but did not take home a medal. The highest number of Djiboutian athletes participating in a summer Games is eight in the 1992 games in Barcelona, Spain. Only one Djiboutian athlete has ever won a medal at the Olympics, marathon runner Hussein Ahmed Salah, who won a bronze medal in the 1988 marathon.
Jan Gerbich was a Polish boxer who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics.
Svein Thorleif Thøgersen is a retired Norwegian rower. Competing in double sculls with Frank Hansen he won silver medals at the 1971 European Championships and 1972 Munich Olympics.
Bhutan sent a delegation to compete in the 2008 Summer Olympics, held in Beijing, People's Republic of China from 8–24 August 2008. This was Bhutan's seventh time participating in a Summer Olympic Games. The delegation consisted of two archers, Tashi Peljor and Dorji Dema. Neither was able to win their first round match.
Jennifer Margaret Armstrong OAM is an Olympic sailor from New Zealand. After competing for her native country at the 1992 Olympics, she moved to Australia in 1996 and won a historic sailing gold for her adopted country at the 2000 Olympics.
George Edmond Mulholland was an American boxer who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He was born and died Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1924 he was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the light heavyweight class after losing his fight to the upcoming silver medalist Thyge Petersen.
The 1962 World Rowing Championships were the inaugural world championships in rowing. The competition was held in September 1962 on the Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland. Rowers from West Germany dominated the competition, winning five of the seven boat classes.
The Saint Kitts and Nevis Olympic Committee is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) representing Saint Kitts and Nevis at the Olympic Games. It is also the body responsible for Saint Kitts and Nevis's representation at the Commonwealth Games. The executive board consists of the president, secretary general, vice president, assistant secretary general, and four members. The president is Alphonso Bridgewater and the secretary general is Glenville Jeffers. The committee has oversaw six Olympic and five Commonwealth Games, winning one gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, by Kim Collins in the 100 meters.
Michael "Mike" Richards is a track cyclist from New Zealand. At the 1976 Summer Olympics at Montreal he came 9th in the 4000m individual pursuit.
Frederikke Skjødt Thøgersen is a Danish professional football player who plays as a midfielder for Serie A team Fiorentina and the Danish national team.
Ralph Hamilton Roberts is a New Zealand sailor and sports administrator.
Glen Anthony Mitchell is a New Zealand cyclist.
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