Game 110: August 5, 2016the Initials Game

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    • In Olympic Games: Beijing, China, 2008

      In 2008 the Olympic Games were held in China for the first time. In the months prior to the Games’ start, a devastating earthquake in Sichuan province, international focus on China’s pollution problems, and protests over China’s human rights record and Tibet…

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  • Ainslie
    • In Ben Ainslie

      in Athens (2004), Beijing (2008), and London (2012); his five medals beat the previous record of Danish sailor Paul Elvstrøm, who had also won four straight gold medals (1948–60) but no silver. During that time, Ainslie also captured nine world championships in the single-handed Laser and Finn classes…

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  • Bekele
    • In Kenenisa Bekele

      …and 10,000 metres) at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. In 2009 he won his fourth consecutive world championship in the 10,000 metres, tying Gebrselassie’s record. Additionally, over the course of his long-distance dominance in the 2000s, Bekele broke the world record in the 5,000-metre and 10,000-metre races a number…

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  • Dibaba
    • In Tirunesh Dibaba

      …distance runner who at the 2008 Beijing Olympics became the first woman to win gold in both the 5,000-metre and 10,000-metre races. She defended her gold medal title in the 10,000 metres at the 2012 London Olympics, becoming the first woman to win the event at two consecutive Olympics.

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  • Donovan
    • In Anne Donovan

      national team at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. In addition to coaching, she worked with several organizations involved with women’s basketball, including serving on the executive committee for USA basketball and the organizing committee for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia.

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  • Federer
    • In Roger Federer

      …doubles gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Federer lost his number one world ranking to Nadal in August 2008, ending his record run of 237 consecutive weeks atop the rankings. The following month Federer won the U.S. Open.

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  • fencing
    • In fencing: Organized sport

      …event was added in the 2008 Games, and from 2004 to 2016 the Olympics rotated out two team events as a result, as the International Olympic Committee declined to commensurately increase fencing’s medal count.

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  • Fraser-Pryce
    • In Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce

      …100-metre event at both the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and the 2012 London Olympic Games.

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  • Guo Jingjing
    • In Guo Jingjing

      …to win gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. She had not lost a major international event, either individual or synchronized, on the 3-metre springboard since 2001, and she did not disappoint the home crowd. Standing 5 feet 4 inches (1.63 metres) and weighing just 108 pounds (49 kg), Guo…

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  • history of Chinese architecture
    • In Chinese architecture: Into the 21st century

      With the Summer Olympic Games in 2008 came a group of internationally-renowned structures, together with a further demonstration of globalization in China’s architectural sphere. The Olympic Green was designed by Albert Speer, Jr., son of Nazi Germany’s leading architect; the genuinely original Olympic track and field stadium,…

      Get more done with the new Google Chrome. A more simple, secure, and faster web browser than ever, with Google’s smarts built-in. Download google chrome version 72 for mac. Google Chrome 72 is available for Windows, Linux, Mac, and Android contains with a number of bug fixes security updates, and newer features. Google Chrome has redesigned user interface to optimise the browser for touchscreen devices in tablet mode and added app shortcuts for Android apps that are now searchable in the launcher.

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  • Hoy
    • In Chris Hoy

      …Kenny avenged that defeat in Beijing, setting a world record of 42.950 sec to give Hoy the first of his three gold medals. Hoy’s victories in the team sprint, keirin, and individual sprint at the Beijing Games made him Scotland’s most successful Olympian, as well as the first Briton to…

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  • Isinbayeva
    • In Yelena Isinbayeva

      …in competition, and at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games she cleared 5.05 metres (16.6 feet), winning gold and breaking her 24th world record. At a Golden League meet the following year, she raised the world record yet again, to 5.06 metres (16 feet 7.25 inches).

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  • Liu Xiang
    • In Liu Xiang

      Liu entered the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games as a heavy favourite in the 110-metre hurdles. However, he pulled up after a false start in his first-round heat, having aggravated a chronic Achilles tendon injury, and subsequently withdrew from the Games. He returned to competition after 13 months of…

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  • Liukin
    • In Nastia Liukin

      At the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, Liukin won five medals, including the individual all-around gold. She also earned the silver medal on the balance beam and the bronze on the floor exercise, and she led her team to the silver—the U.S. women’s second consecutive Olympic team…

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  • Lloyd
    • In Carli Lloyd

      …the gold-medal match at the 2008 Beijing Games and registering both U.S. strikes in the final against Japan at the 2012 London Olympic Games. She was also a member of the USWNT squad that lost in the quarterfinals of the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games, finishing without a medal…

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  • Lochte
    • In Ryan Lochte

      At the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Lochte won a gold medal in the 200-metre backstroke, setting a new global standard of 1 minute 53.94 seconds. He was also a member of the 4 × 200-metre freestyle relay team that captured a gold medal; he rounded out his…

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  • López
    • In Mijaín López

      At the 2008 Games in Beijing, he captured his first Olympic gold medal. He defended his title at the 2012 London Games. With that win, he joined Aleksandr Karelin and Aleksandr Kolchinsky as the third wrestler to win multiple Olympic gold medals at 120 kg. He moved…

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  • Phelps
    • In Michael Phelps

      Phelps entered the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing with the goal of breaking Spitz’s record of seven gold medals at one Olympics. He took the gold in each of his first three events—the 400-metre IM, the 4 × 100-metre freestyle relay, and the 200-metre freestyle—and each victory took…

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  • Trickett
    • In Libby Trickett

      …the qualifying trials for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, she again captured the world record for the 100-metre freestyle with a time of 52.88 sec. Her performance at the Games garnered two individual medals, a gold for the 100-metre butterfly and a silver for the 100-metre freestyle, despite the fact that…

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  • Walsh Jennings and May-Treanor
    • In Misty May-Treanor

      …Walsh Jennings competed in the Beijing Olympics. In the final match on August 21, May-Treanor and Walsh Jennings ignored a steady downpour and drenched bathing suits to beat Wang Jie and Tian Jia of China 21–18, 21–18 to continue their four-year reign over women’s beach volleyball. The match was the…

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    • In Kerri Walsh Jennings

      …in 2004) competed in the Beijing Olympics. In the final match on August 21, Walsh Jennings and May-Treanor ignored a steady downpour and drenched bathing suits to beat Wang Jie and Tian Jia of China 21–18, 21–18 to continue their four-year reign over women’s beach volleyball. The match was the…

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  • Wiggins
    • In Bradley Wiggins

      …the individual pursuit at the 2008 Games in Beijing, where he also formed part of the four-man pursuit team that set a new world record while winning gold for Great Britain.

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  • Williams sisters
    • In Venus Williams

      …tennis doubles, this time in Beijing. The following year they met again at the finals of Wimbledon, though this time Serena prevailed.

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