Synonyms for fabienne_ficher or Related words with fabienne_ficher

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Examples of "fabienne_ficher"
Fabienne Ficher (born 25 April 1966 in Paris, France) is a retired French athlete who specialised in the 400 meters. Ficher competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics as well as one outdoor and five indoor World Championships.
Hassiba Boulmerka won a middle-distance double and went on to win the 1500 metres at the World Championships a month later. Fabienne Ficher was runner-up in the 200 metres but she added two golds to her tally through victories in the relays with the French team. Ezio Madonia won the men's 100 metres and anchored the Italian team to a second gold in the 4×100 metres relay. Italy's Agnese Maffeis broke the games record in the discus throw and also won the shot put silver medal. Paraskevi Patoulidou played a role in three of Greece's medals, taking the women's 100 m gold, silver in the 100 metres hurdles and a bronze in the 4×100 m relay.