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... 'it takes five years for a top amateur to become a real Tour de France rider'.
Venetia Phair (Venetia Katharine Douglas Burney), (born July 11, 1918, Oxford,
Eng.—died April 30, 2009, Banstead, Surrey, Eng.), British amateur astronomer ...
The Amateur Athletic Association of England or AAA (pronounced 'three As') is
the oldest ... Three men from Oxford University were responsible for the founding
of the AAA – Clement Jackson, Montague Shearman and Bernhard Wise. The
first AAA ... The AAA Championships (widely regarded as the de facto British
To find out more please visit the British Amateur Boxing Association ... Oxford
University Amateur Boxing Club won the annual Town versus Gown competition
Roger Henry Wethered (3 January 1899 – 12 March 1983) was an English
amateur golfer who ... He joined the Oxford golf team with Cyril Tolley, a good
friend of his, and both were successful young golfers. His game was ... Had he
won the competition he would have been the last British amateur to do so. Indeed
, no other ...
1925, Oxford v Cambridge Varsity Match, Oxford. 1928, Ladies British Open
Amateur, Mlle Nanette Le Blan. 1931, English Amateur Championship, L G
On May 6, 1954, at the British Amateur Athletic Association in Oxford, Bannister
brought in a time of 3:59.4, hailed around the world as the "miracle mile.".
Definition of the-british-open in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning
... golf event in the world, and both professional and amateur players take part.
He left there in 1922 to become a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford where he soon
made his mark in British amateur boxing circles. At the 1924 Olympics, Eagan
Oct 19, 2011 ... Cancer Research UK The Women's Boat Race 30 41 Oxford ... British Amateur
Sculling Championship and Championship of the Thames ...