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Olympic Games 2000: Hopes Up Down Under

09/15/2000
Staff Writer
Who remembers Alfred Hajos-Guttman? He was the Mark Spitz of his day — 1896. At the first modern Olympic Games, in Athens, the Hungarian swimmer won two gold medals, in 100-meter and 1,500-meter freestyle. Jewish athletes won eight more medals at the inaugural Games, starting a sporting tradition that continues until today.
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