Pierre de Coubertin

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Pierre de Coubertin said : “Let us export rowers, runners, and fencers: There is the free trade of the future,” “And on the day it is introduced within the walls of old Europe, the cause of peace will have received a new and mighty stay” External link

jordantimes Thursday, February 17, 2022 1:57:00 AM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin disse : "Pouco prático, desinteressante, desajeitado e, não hesito em acrescentar, impróprio" External link

opovo Saturday, March 27, 2021 6:17:00 AM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin disse : "Pouco prático, desinteressante, desajeitado e, não hesito em acrescentar, impróprio" External link

deutschewelle-pt_BR Wednesday, March 24, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin disse : "Pouco prático, desinteressante, desajeitado e, não hesito em acrescentar, impróprio" External link

noticias-terra-br Wednesday, March 24, 2021 6:18:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

eagletribune Friday, July 24, 2020 7:46:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

eagletribune Friday, July 24, 2020 7:46:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

click2houston Friday, July 24, 2020 7:15:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

click2houston Friday, July 24, 2020 7:15:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin explique : “Le château-prieuré de Navacelles a été repris par mon père en 1955, et il en a assuré la restauration. Cependant, la partie la plus importante, qui est communale, reste celle du presbytère, attenante au château, qui a été construite, en 1615, par Antoine de Fayn-Pérault, petit-fils du Connétable Anne de Montmorency. Il deviendra par la suite, en 1621, évêque d'Uzès, puis exilé à Avignon pour s'être rallié à Gaston d'Orléans. Ce corps de logis possède encore la salle de basse justice où le prieur recevait les plaignants afin de dire le droit. Quant à la chapelle, attenante au château, elle est devenue au XIXe siècle l'église paroissiale et dépend actuellement du district pastoral de Salindres-Rousson” External link

midilibre Wednesday, August 16, 2017 9:51:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin explique : “Le château-prieuré de Navacelles a été repris par mon père en 1955, et il en a assuré la restauration. Cependant, la partie la plus importante, qui est communale, reste celle du presbytère, attenante au château, qui a été construite, en 1615, par Antoine de Fayn-Pérault, petit-fils du Connétable Anne de Montmorency. Il deviendra par la suite, en 1621, évêque d'Uzès, puis exilé à Avignon pour s'être rallié à Gaston d'Orléans. Ce corps de logis possède encore la salle de basse justice où le prieur recevait les plaignants afin de dire le droit. Quant à la chapelle, attenante au château, elle est devenue au XIXe siècle l'église paroissiale et dépend actuellement du district pastoral de Salindres-Rousson” External link

midilibre Wednesday, August 16, 2017 9:51:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin précise : "les femmes et le sport ne font pas bon ménage" External link

france24 Sunday, August 14, 2016 10:31:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
president3.28%EN10/31/201731/10/2017
founder55.74%EN10/28/201728/10/2017
historiador1.64%PT10/21/201721/10/2017
sportif9.84%FR09/04/201704/09/2017
secretário-geral3.28%PT09/02/201702/09/2017
militant6.56%FR08/18/201718/08/2017
pedagogo4.92%PT01/01/201701/01/2017
auteur1.64%FR09/22/201622/09/2016
fundador6.56%ES08/16/201616/08/2016
historian3.28%EN08/13/201613/08/2016
french historian1.64%EN08/03/201603/08/2016
stifter1.64%DA07/21/201621/07/2016
Names Lang Count
Pierre de CoubertinFR33.82%
Pierre de CoubertinEN16.29%
Pierre de CoubertinPT7.21%
Baron Pierre de CoubertinEN4.99%
Baron Pierre de CoubertinFR3.40%
Pierre De CoubertinFR3.05%
Pierre De CoubertinEN2.91%
Pierre De CoubertinRO2.77%
Pierre De CoubertinPT2.77%
Пиер дьо КубертенBG2.08%
Pierre de CoubertinES0.76%
Pierre de CoubertinDA0.69%
Pierre de CoubertinIT0.69%
Pierre de CoubertainEN0.69%
Pierre de CoubertinBS0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinVI0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinHR0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinLB0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinCS0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinET0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinEO0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinTL0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinFY0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinEU0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinPL0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinSK0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinHU0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinBR0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinTR0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinNL0.62%


 
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Pierre de Coubertin

Last updated on 2017-08-30T22:06+0300.

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License: UNKNOWN

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Pierre de Coubertin said : “Let us export rowers, runners, and fencers: There is the free trade of the future,” “And on the day it is introduced within the walls of old Europe, the cause of peace will have received a new and mighty stay” External link

jordantimes Thursday, February 17, 2022 1:57:00 AM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin disse : "Pouco prático, desinteressante, desajeitado e, não hesito em acrescentar, impróprio" External link

opovo Saturday, March 27, 2021 6:17:00 AM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin disse : "Pouco prático, desinteressante, desajeitado e, não hesito em acrescentar, impróprio" External link

deutschewelle-pt_BR Wednesday, March 24, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin disse : "Pouco prático, desinteressante, desajeitado e, não hesito em acrescentar, impróprio" External link

noticias-terra-br Wednesday, March 24, 2021 6:18:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

eagletribune Friday, July 24, 2020 7:46:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

eagletribune Friday, July 24, 2020 7:46:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

click2houston Friday, July 24, 2020 7:15:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin said ( about Fred Lorz ) : "I had a sort of presentiment that the Olympiad would match the mediocrity of the town”. Mediocre? Maybe. Memorable? Absolutely. Fred Lorz looked to have won the marathon — until it was discovered that he rode part way in a car. Organizers ran “Anthropology Days,” when members of indigenous tribes from around the world on hand for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition were plucked from the fair and told to compete with no warning. Boxing and freestyle wrestling debuted, sports that have clung to the Summer Olympics until the present day, along with long-since-forgotten croquet and tug-of-war events. Vestiges of the 1904 Games still stand today. Glen Echo Country Club, the first golf course west of the Mississippi River, was completed in 1901 and remains a private club. Forest Park, where the lake was used for swimming, diving and water polo, remains a popular place for running, cycling and other recreational activities. Francis Field just to the east of the park is used by the Division III football, soccer and track and field teams of Washington University in St. Louis. “The first Olympic Games in the New World would produce a profound and permanent result," External link

click2houston Friday, July 24, 2020 7:15:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin explique : “Le château-prieuré de Navacelles a été repris par mon père en 1955, et il en a assuré la restauration. Cependant, la partie la plus importante, qui est communale, reste celle du presbytère, attenante au château, qui a été construite, en 1615, par Antoine de Fayn-Pérault, petit-fils du Connétable Anne de Montmorency. Il deviendra par la suite, en 1621, évêque d'Uzès, puis exilé à Avignon pour s'être rallié à Gaston d'Orléans. Ce corps de logis possède encore la salle de basse justice où le prieur recevait les plaignants afin de dire le droit. Quant à la chapelle, attenante au château, elle est devenue au XIXe siècle l'église paroissiale et dépend actuellement du district pastoral de Salindres-Rousson” External link

midilibre Wednesday, August 16, 2017 9:51:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin explique : “Le château-prieuré de Navacelles a été repris par mon père en 1955, et il en a assuré la restauration. Cependant, la partie la plus importante, qui est communale, reste celle du presbytère, attenante au château, qui a été construite, en 1615, par Antoine de Fayn-Pérault, petit-fils du Connétable Anne de Montmorency. Il deviendra par la suite, en 1621, évêque d'Uzès, puis exilé à Avignon pour s'être rallié à Gaston d'Orléans. Ce corps de logis possède encore la salle de basse justice où le prieur recevait les plaignants afin de dire le droit. Quant à la chapelle, attenante au château, elle est devenue au XIXe siècle l'église paroissiale et dépend actuellement du district pastoral de Salindres-Rousson” External link

midilibre Wednesday, August 16, 2017 9:51:00 PM EAT

Pierre de Coubertin précise : "les femmes et le sport ne font pas bon ménage" External link

france24 Sunday, August 14, 2016 10:31:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
president3.28%EN10/31/201731/10/2017
founder55.74%EN10/28/201728/10/2017
historiador1.64%PT10/21/201721/10/2017
sportif9.84%FR09/04/201704/09/2017
secretário-geral3.28%PT09/02/201702/09/2017
militant6.56%FR08/18/201718/08/2017
pedagogo4.92%PT01/01/201701/01/2017
auteur1.64%FR09/22/201622/09/2016
fundador6.56%ES08/16/201616/08/2016
historian3.28%EN08/13/201613/08/2016
french historian1.64%EN08/03/201603/08/2016
stifter1.64%DA07/21/201621/07/2016
Names Lang Count
Pierre de CoubertinFR33.82%
Pierre de CoubertinEN16.29%
Pierre de CoubertinPT7.21%
Baron Pierre de CoubertinEN4.99%
Baron Pierre de CoubertinFR3.40%
Pierre De CoubertinFR3.05%
Pierre De CoubertinEN2.91%
Pierre De CoubertinRO2.77%
Pierre De CoubertinPT2.77%
Пиер дьо КубертенBG2.08%
Pierre de CoubertinES0.76%
Pierre de CoubertinDA0.69%
Pierre de CoubertinIT0.69%
Pierre de CoubertainEN0.69%
Pierre de CoubertinBS0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinVI0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinHR0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinLB0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinCS0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinET0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinEO0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinTL0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinFY0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinEU0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinPL0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinSK0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinHU0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinBR0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinTR0.62%
Pierre de CoubertinNL0.62%


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