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An athlete from Georgia became the first woman to compete in nine Olympics

25.07.2021 39 просмотров

For the first time, the athlete took part in the Olympics in 1988, where she won gold and silver medals in air pistol shooting.


The representative of Georgia Nino Salukvadze became the first woman to take part in nine Olympic Games.

Nino Salukvadze 52 years old, she is the gold and silver medalist of the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, the athlete also won the bronze of the 2008 Games.

Josefa Edem (rowing) and Canada Leslie Thompson participated in the Olympic Games eight times each, representing Germany and Italy (rowing).

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