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Her Olympic victories are credited with helping to demolish the convention that age and motherhood were a barrier to success in women's sport.
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Her music was featured at the opening ceremonies of both the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
Her attempt to defend her Olympic title in 1972 was unsuccessful and she did not make it past the heats.
Her best Olympic performance came at the 2004 Games, where her jump of 1. 99 m earned her fourth place in the final.
Her debut album Back to the Beginning was scheduled for release August 5, 2008, coincidentally, the same week as the start of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
Her good form continued and she became the Olympic champion in the marathon at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Pair of crystal glass slippers presented to the City Of Plymouth by the Plymouth Committee of the British Olympic Appeal and Mr & Mrs M. Hockin to mark the occasion of Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal attending the British Olympic Appeal Gala Ball on 15 July 1988
Her plan is to seduce the athletes that Klopstokia is sending to the Olympic Games, and thereby prevent them from medaling.
Her novel No Crystal Stair, was chosen for inclusion in Canada Reads 2005, championed by Olympic fencer Sherraine MacKay.
Her second project is called Fighting Gravity and is about the inability of female ski jumpers to obtain recognition in Olympic competition.
Her retirement after the 2004 Olympic Games, alongside fellow soccer legends Mia Hamm and Joy Fawcett ( and the unanticipated retirement of Brandi Chastain following the change of USWNT coaches ), marked the end of what the media labeled the " golden era " of US women's soccer.
Her concern was that the one-sided results ( Canada outscored their competitors 36-1 ) could jeopardize women's hockey Olympic status as it might be perceived as not competitive enough.
Her mother Carolyn Wright was a six time national high jump champion, while her father, Greg Lewis, was a semi finalist in the 200 metres at the Mexico City Olympic Games.
Her mother Olga represented the Soviet Union in both the pentathlon and heptathlon at the Olympic Games.
Her training was filmed for a BBC Three television programme called " My Big Fat Greek Olympic Dream ".
Her mean reticulocyte count over the ten years from 2000 to 2009 was 2. 1 % during top events like Olympic Games and during world championships.
Her and victories
Her winning streak ( unbeaten since the 1989 French Open loss to Arantxa Sánchez Vicario ) continued with victories in Tokyo, Amelia Island, and Hamburg.
Her victories over top-ranked Lindsay Davenport, Sharapova, Elena Dementieva, Svetlana Kuznetsova, and Petrova made her a top contender for the title there.
For a while, Her Majesty's Government chose to turn a blind eye on developments, but the Union victories at Gettysburg and Vicksburg caused them to reconsider.
Her other 3000 m victories included the Bislett Games in Oslo on 21 July, and the Grand Prix final in Monaco on 9 September.
Her 38 LPGA Tour victories places her in a tie for 11th on the list of players with the most career LPGA tournament wins and first among all active players.
Her best year came in 1980, when in addition to those four victories she also won the LPGA Vare Trophy for lowest scoring average, finished second five times and was in the Top 10 in 21 out of 28 tournaments played.
Her career began with big amateur victories in her home state of New York, winning the 1981 state amateur and the 1981 and ' 83 New York Junior Amateur titles.
Her career victories also include three Nationale ladies titles which she earned with Baden-Oos in 2003, 2004, and 2005 and three European Club Cup victories with Cercle d ' échecs de Monaco in 2007, 2008 and 2010.
Her three victories on the Tour came at the 2001 LPGA Champions Classic, the 2003 Welch's / Fry's Championship and the 2004 Evian Masters.
Her 17th career World Cup gold medal in 1998 tied her for the all time record for career World Cup aerial victories with Cannadian skier Marie Claude Asselin, who retired in 1984.
Her and are
Her ostensible indifference to and rebellion against suggestions and criticisms by anyone except peer friends during adolescence are the manifestations, in her adolescence, of her having been indoctrinated in childhood to feel shame, if not guilt, for failing to behave in a manner acceptable to, and judged by, the performance of her nursery- and elementary-school peer friends.
Her day starts early, but no matter how many pressing letters there are to be written ( and during May, which is National Salvation Army Week, there are plenty ), schedules to be made or problems to be solved, Mrs. Marr's office is always open and the welcome mat is out.
Her creations in fashion are from many designers because she doesn't want a complete wardrobe from any one designer any more than she wants `` all of her pictures by one painter ''.
Her hair was the color of those blooms which in seed catalogues are referred to as `` black '', but since no flower is actually without color contain always a hint of grape or purple or blue -- he wanted to draw the broad patina of hair through his fingers, searching it slowly for a trace of veining which might reveal its true shade beneath the darkness.
Her jealousy of Cassandra, and her wrath at the sacrifice of Iphigenia and at Agamemnon's having gone to war over Helen of Troy, are said to have been the motives for her crime.
Her contributions are mainly on the roles of antibodies directed against ion channel at the nerve-muscle junction in the pathogenesis of above mentioned diseases.
" Her portraits Fanny Travis Cochran, Dorothea and Francesca, and Ernesta and her Little Brother, are fine examples of her skill in painting children ; Ernesta with Nurse, one of a series of essays in luminous white, was a highly original composition, seemingly without precedent.
On the other hand, " Her grades are so good that she's either very bright or studies hard " allows for the possibility that the person is both bright and works hard.
and those followers who " chant the name of the Lord " are cleared as outlined thus: " Her account is cleared by the Righteous Judge of Dharma, when she chants the Name of the Lord, Har, Har.
Her books were and still are enormously popular throughout the Commonwealth and across most of the globe.
Her team of horses pull her chariot across the sky and are named in the Odyssey as Firebright and Daybright.
Her image with the dead Memnon across her knees, like Thetis with the dead Achilles are icons that inspired the Christian Pietà.
Appeals from the Court of Appeal are sent to Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, which essentially is the same body as the Judicial Committee of the House of Lords.
Her publications emphasized that women and men are different, but this shouldn ’ t stop them from equality under the law.
Her paintings are often of flower designs above shops and stores in her local urban area of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
They are entitled to the style Her Excellency or His Excellency during the office-holder's term of office.
Her classical education left its mark ; Christopher Stray has observed that " George Eliot's novels draw heavily on Greek literature ( only one of her books can be printed correctly without the use of a Greek typeface ), and her themes are often influenced by Greek tragedy ".
Hence their states ' governments are not referred to by the traditional parliamentary model head of state styles of " His / Her Majesty's Government " or " His / Her Excellency's Government.