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Joan Benoit Samuelson

Joan Benoit SamuelsonBorn: May 16, 1957Distance runner won Boston Marathon twice (1979,83); won first women's Olympic marathon in 1984 Games; Sullivan Award recipient in 1985.Pete SamprasR - T…

Pete Sampras Biography

Pete SamprasBorn: Aug. 12, 1971Tennis No.1 player in world from 1993-98; youngest ever U.S. Open men's champion (19 years, 28 days) in 1990; his win at U.S. Open in 2002 gave him 14 grand slam…

Arantxa Sanchez Vicario Biography

Arantxa Sanchez VicarioBorn: Dec. 18, 1971Spanish tennis player won 29 tour singles titles including 3 French Opens (1989,94,98) and 1 U.S. Open (1994); 6 doubles and 4 mixed doubles grand sla…

A Single Girl

Director: Benoit JacquotWriters: Benoit Jacquot and Jerome BeaujourDirector of Photography: Caroline ChampetierEditor: Pascale ChavanceProducer:Philippe CarcassonneStrand Releasing; NR; 90 min…

Charles Jahleal BOATNER

BOATNER, Charles Jahleal, a Representative from Louisiana; born in Columbia, Caldwell Parish, La., January 23, 1849; completed preparatory studies; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1870 …

1920 Olympic Cycling Results

Event   Time Individual Road Race (109 mls) Harry Stenqvist, SWE 4:40:01.8   Henry Kaltenbrunn, S. Afr. 4:41:26.6 …

La Promesse

Directors/Writers: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne Directors of Photography: Alain Marcoen and Benoît Dervaux Editor: Marie-Hélène Dozo Music…

Un Air de Famille

Director:Cédric KlapischWriters:Agnès Jaoui, Jean-Pierre Bacri and Cédric KlapischDirector of Photography:Benoit DelhommeEditor:Francine SandbergMusic:Philippe Eidel and Gae…

Chambermaid on the Titanic

Director: Bigas Luna Writers: Bigas Luna, Cuca Canals and Jean-Louis Benoît Samuel Goldwyn; NR; 96 minutes Release: 8/98 …

Goals Against Average

Average determined by games played through 1942-43 season and by minutes played since then. Minimum of 15 games from 1917-18 season through 1925-26; minimum of 25 games since 1926-27 season. …