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Titus Abimbola Erinle (born 23 June 1927, date of death unknown) is a Nigerian sprinter. He competed in the 100 metres at the 1952 Summer Olympics and the 1956 Summer Olympics. Erinle was eliminated in the heats of the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games 220 yards.
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Romania competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. The nation returned to the Olympic Games after having missed the 1948 Summer Olympics. 114 competitors, 103 men and 11 women, took part in 67 events in 15 sports.
Nigeria competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia.
Nigeria competed in the Summer Olympic Games for the first time at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland.
The Solomon Islands sent a delegation to compete at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States from 19 July to 4 August 1996. This was the nation's fourth appearance at a Summer Olympic Games. The delegation to Atlanta consisted of four athletes, three in track and field: Selwyn Kole, Primo Higa, and Nester Geniwala'a; and one in weightlifting: Tony Analau. None of the athletes made their event final.
Nauru competed in the Olympic Games for the first time at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States from 19 July to 4 August 1996. The delegation consisted of three weightlifters; Quincy Detenamo, Gerard Garabwan, and Marcus Stephen. Their best performances were by Detenamo, who came 20th in the men's 76 kg category and Garabwan who finished 24th in the men's 91 kg event. Stephen failed to finish his event, but would later become President of the Republic.
The men's single sculls was a rowing event held as part of the Rowing at the 1904 Summer Olympics programme. It was the second time the event was held at the Olympics. The competition was held on Saturday, July 30, 1904. Four American rowers competed. Frank Greer won the event, with James Juvenal second and Constance Titus third. It was the only podium sweep in the history of the event, which restricted the number of boats per nation beginning in 1908.
Frank Bartholomew Greer was an American rower who competed in the 1904 Summer Olympics.
Djibouti has participated in nine Summer Olympic Games as of the completion of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. 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.
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.
Göran Lars Titus is a former Swedish freestyle swimmer. He competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics and in the 1992 Summer Olympics. His best individual result is a 9th place in the 50 m freestyle 1992.
Folu Erinle is a Nigerian former hurdler who competed in the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Sports Reference, LLC is an American company which operates several sports-related websites, including Sports-Reference.com, Baseball-Reference.com for baseball, Basketball-Reference.com for basketball, Hockey-Reference.com for ice hockey, Pro-Football-Reference.com for American football, and FBref.com for association football (soccer). They also operate a subscription based service for statistics, called Stathead. Between 2008 and 2020, Sports Reference also provided pages for the Olympic Games and its competitors.
Desanka Perović-Pešut was a Serbian sport shooter. She was born in Vrbas. She competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics for Yugoslavia. At the 1970 World Championships in Phoenix, United States, she won one gold and two silver medals and received a golden badge for the best athlete of Yugoslavia of that year.
Titus Simba was a Tanzanian boxer. He competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics and the 1972 Summer Olympics. At the 1968 Summer Olympics, he lost to Chris Finnegan of Great Britain. He also won a silver medal at the 1970 British Commonwealth Games in the middleweight category.