Synonyms for nicole_ramalalanirina or Related words with nicole_ramalalanirina

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Examples of "nicole_ramalalanirina"
Nicole Ramalalanirina (born 5 March 1972 in Antananarivo, Madagascar) is a French athlete who specializes in the 100 metres hurdles. She changed nationality from her native Madagascar in 1998.
The medal table ended closely, with the United States, Russia and host nation Japan each winning five gold medals. The United States had the highest number of silver medals (six) while Russia had the largest medal haul with sixteen medals in total. Romania managed four gold medals, all of them in the women's competition, while Italy had the third greatest number of medals with ten. Thirty-six nations reached the medal table in the athletics competition. The gold medals won by sprinter Eswort Coombs from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and hurdler Nicole Ramalalanirina of Madagascar were their countries' only medals at the 1995 Universiade.