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Arabie Saoudite

Women from Saudi Arabia welcome London Olympics with extra celebration...they will participate in the games for the first time in history

Women from Saudi Arabia welcome London Olympics with extra celebration...they will participate in the games for the first time in history

For the first time in modern history, Saudi Arabia will give women the right to vote without the approval of her male guardian (a father or husband). These changes will go into effect during the elections of 2015

For the first time in modern history, Saudi Arabia will give women the right to vote without the approval of her male guardian (a father or husband). These changes will go into effect during the elections of 2015

yay women!

yay women!

Sarah Attar is first Saudi Arabian woman in Olympic track and field.    US-resident college athlete finishes a distant last in 800m heat but attracts standing ovation as she crosses finish line...      US-resident college athlete finishes a distant last in 800m heat but attracts standing ovation as she crosses finish line

Sarah Attar is first Saudi Arabian woman in Olympic track and field

Sarah Attar is first Saudi Arabian woman in Olympic track and field. US-resident college athlete finishes a distant last in 800m heat but attracts standing ovation as she crosses finish line... US-resident college athlete finishes a distant last in 800m heat but attracts standing ovation as she crosses finish line

Saudi Arabia May Include Women on Its Olympic Team.  One possible entrant is a teenage equestrian, Dalma Rushdi Malhas, who won a bronze medal at the 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore.

Saudi Arabia May Allow Women to Compete at 2012 London Olympics

Saudi Arabia May Include Women on Its Olympic Team. One possible entrant is a teenage equestrian, Dalma Rushdi Malhas, who won a bronze medal at the 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore.

Olympic first as Saudi Arabia names two women in London 2012 team

Olympic first as Saudi Arabia names two women in London 2012 team - CNN.com

Olympic first as Saudi Arabia names two women in London 2012 team

London 2012: was this the women's Olympics? (G) Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei's only female competitor (in a team of three) finished outside the official qualifying time for the women's 400m, but received special dispensation to compete.   Saudi Arabia has put forward two women to compete: 16-year-old Wojdan Shaherkani in the judo and 19-year-old Sarah Attar in the women's 800 metres. One third of the Qatar 12-strong team are women, competing in shooting, athletics, swimming and table tennis.

London 2012: was this the women’s Olympics?

London 2012: was this the women's Olympics? (G) Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei's only female competitor (in a team of three) finished outside the official qualifying time for the women's 400m, but received special dispensation to compete. Saudi Arabia has put forward two women to compete: 16-year-old Wojdan Shaherkani in the judo and 19-year-old Sarah Attar in the women's 800 metres. One third of the Qatar 12-strong team are women, competing in shooting, athletics, swimming and table tennis.

Saudi Arabia NOC Olympic Team PIN - from Rio 2016

Saudi Arabia NOC Olympic Team PIN - from Rio 2016

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