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" Charlotte Reinagle Cooper (22 septembre 1870 à Ealing – 10 octobre 1966 àHelensburgh) est une joueuse de tennis britannique de la fin du xixe siècle et du début du XXe. Elle est aussi connue sous son nom de femme mariée,Charlotte Cooper-Sterry. Elle est la première femme à avoir remporté une médaille d'or aux Jeux olympiques, à Paris en 1900. " ... https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Cooper

" Charlotte Reinagle Cooper (22 septembre 1870 à Ealing – 10 octobre 1966 àHelensburgh) est une joueuse de tennis britannique de la fin du xixe siècle et du début du XXe. Elle est aussi connue sous son nom de femme mariée,Charlotte Cooper-Sterry. Elle est la première femme à avoir remporté une médaille d'or aux Jeux olympiques, à Paris en 1900. " ... https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Cooper

1900 Paris Olympics

1900 Paris Olympics

Keep your eyes on the little white ball gentlemen

Keep your eyes on the little white ball gentlemen

this bar is set at just about the right height for me

The 1908 London Olympic Games – in pictures

this bar is set at just about the right height for me

My friends and I love to pass the time playing croquet

Distance Plunging

My friends and I love to pass the time playing croquet

Paris 1900

Paris 1900

Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo time period of the 1960s and ‘70s (Squaw Valley to Mexico City to Munich) right into …

The Evolution of Olympic Logos

Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo time period of the 1960s and ‘70s (Squaw Valley to Mexico City to Munich) right into …

Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo time period of the 1960s and ‘70s (Squaw Valley to Mexico City to Munich) right into …

The Evolution of Olympic Logos

Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo time period of the 1960s and ‘70s (Squaw Valley to Mexico City to Munich) right into …

Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo time period of the 1960s and ‘70s (Squaw Valley to Mexico City to Munich) right into …

The Evolution of Olympic Logos

Event logos come and go throughout history. That fleeting aspect, though, gives designers a freedom to create for a specific moment in time and place. For the Olympics, that moment—that logo—forever lives to define a two-week spectacle of sport. The way that moment has been defined, from early 1900s in Paris to a color-rich logo time period of the 1960s and ‘70s (Squaw Valley to Mexico City to Munich) right into …

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