Synonyms for lorène_bazolo or Related words with lorène_bazolo

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Examples of "lorène_bazolo"
The Portuguese roster featured 31 returning Olympians, including three past medalists: triple jumper and Beijing 2008 champion Nelson Évora and sprint canoeing duo Fernando Pimenta and Emanuel Silva, who brought home the nation's only medal, a silver, at London 2012. Windsurfer and multiple-time European champion João Rodrigues, who was selected as the nation's flag bearer in the opening ceremony, set a historic milestone as the first Portuguese athlete to participate in his seventh and final Olympics. Pistol shooter João Costa, the oldest of the team (aged 52), and Laser sailor Gustavo Lima joined the list of the nation's athletes who attended their fifth Games. Other notable competitors on the Portuguese roster included world-ranked judoka and four-time Olympian Telma Monteiro, road cycling pro Rui Costa, European Games taekwondo champion Rui Bragança, and sprinter Lorène Bazolo, who ran for her native Congo in London four years earlier.
Competing at her second Olympic Games, Feta Ahamada was notable for carrying the flag of Comoros at the closing ceremony. She was the oldest person to compete for Comoros at the Games, aged 25. She qualified for the Olympics via a wildcard as her best time, 12.29 seconds set at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, was 0.91 seconds slower than the "B" qualifying standard for her event, the women's 100 metres. Ahamada said the London Games would be an opportunity to allow her to improve her performance and record better times. She took part in the preliminary round of the women's 100 metres and was drawn in the first heat. Ahamada finished first with a time of 11.81 seconds, ahead of Dana Abdul Razak of Iraq (11.91 seconds) and Togo's Bamab Napo (12.24 seconds). It allowed her to qualify for the heats stage. In the heats, held on the same day as the preliminary round, Ahamada finished seventh out of eight athletes in heat four with a time of 11.86 seconds. She ranked ahead of Lorène Bazolo from Congo (11.90 seconds) and was 0.93 seconds behind heat winner Blessing Okagbare of Nigeria (10.93 seconds). Ahamada finished 50th out of 78 athletes overall, and did not progress in the semi-finals because she was 0.58 seconds slower than the slowest competitor who advanced to the later rounds.