The Olympics' Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of the Olympics' Gold Medal Gaffes, Improbable Triumphs, and Other Oddities

The Olympics Most Wanted The Top Book of the Olympics Gold Medal Gaffes Improbable Triumphs and Other Oddities Olympic history is filled with the unusual the bizarre and the unbelievable The Olympics Most Wanted chronicles of the most outlandish competitors in the history of the winter and summer Olympic

  • Title: The Olympics' Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of the Olympics' Gold Medal Gaffes, Improbable Triumphs, and Other Oddities
  • Author: Floyd Conner
  • ISBN: 9781574884135
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • Olympic history is filled with the unusual, the bizarre, and the unbelievable The Olympics Most Wanted chronicles 700 of the most outlandish competitors in the history of the winter and summer Olympics Its seventy lists describe in humorous detail the Olympics most inept athletes, strangest events, most embarrassing performances, poorest losers, most outrageous cheateOlympic history is filled with the unusual, the bizarre, and the unbelievable The Olympics Most Wanted chronicles 700 of the most outlandish competitors in the history of the winter and summer Olympics Its seventy lists describe in humorous detail the Olympics most inept athletes, strangest events, most embarrassing performances, poorest losers, most outrageous cheaters, unlikeliest heroes, most notorious disqualifications, and Only here will you find out that Margaret Abbott won the gold medal in women s golf in 1900 without realizing she was competing in the Olympics or that American Fred Lorz rode in a car for eleven of the twenty six miles of the 1904 marathon American tennis player Marion Jones won a bronze medal at the 1900 games without winning a match Stella Walsh, 1932 gold medalist in the women s 100 meter dash, was, in reality, a man All this and can be found in The Olympics Most Wanted.

    One thought on “The Olympics' Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of the Olympics' Gold Medal Gaffes, Improbable Triumphs, and Other Oddities”

    1. I only care so much about stupid Olympic records which is mostly what this book is. Like who are the youngest and oldest Olympians.Probably a very worthy book should the Olympics actually come to Chicago (heaven forbid). But otherwise?

    2. This book is a treasure trove of Olympics trivia for anyone who gets tingles down their spine whenever they hear that NBC Olympics theme play.

    3. Olympic's Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of the Olympics' Gold Medal Gaffes, Improbable Triumphs, and Other Oddities (Most Wanted) by Floyd Conner (2001)

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