Person    | Male  Born 21/2/1919  Died 6/9/1972

Kehat Shorr

Shooting coach. Born in Romania. An expert marksman, he moved to Israel in 1963, training many young marksmen. He also trained the national team for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, where along with ten other team members, he was murdered by Palestinian terrorists.

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Kehat Shorr

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Munich Olympics 40 years

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South London Harriers

South London Harriers

Athletics club. It was formed at a meeting in the Vivian Hotel in Peckham Rye. The founders were ex-members of the Peckham AAC, who had left that club after an argument about smoking in the changin...

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1 memorial
Tour de France

Tour de France

Multiple stage bicycle race, which has been held annually (apart from the world wars) since its inception. Its first organiser was Henri Desgrange, and originally it ran around the perimeter of Fra...

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1 memorial
Croydon Harriers

Croydon Harriers

Athletics club. Located at Croydon Sports Arena. Their website has a history page.

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1 memorial
Edward Beadon Turner, F.R.C.S.

Edward Beadon Turner, F.R.C.S.

For many years he took a prominent part in the work of the British Medical Association having been chairman of the representative body from 1915-1918 and a member of the Council from 1912-1931. He ...

Person, Medicine, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Arsenal Football Club

Arsenal Football Club

Founded by munitions workers in Woolwich, under the name 'Dial Square'. This was the name of the Royal Arsenal complex where they worked, and also explains the team's nickname of 'The Gunners'. The...

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