Item ID:401933646971
Seller ID: live.collection
Listing Type: Fixed Price Item
List Date: 10/24/2019
End Date: 10/25/2019
Category: Pendants & Pins
Location: Petach Tikva
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Israeli story at asian games ,said story of queen -5 time asian champion pins


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Shipping from Europe with tracking number $7 for selling 2 Sport pins ,badges first 1954 and last 1974 Asian Games with Israeli Olympic Team participation. Israel at the Asian GamesJump to navigationJump to searchIsrael at the Asian GamesIOC codeISRNOCOlympic Committee of IsraelMedalsGold18Silver16Bronze19Total53Asian Games appearances (overview)195419581962196619701974Israel competed at the Asian Games five times, from 1954 to 1974.Contents1History2Medals2.1Medals by Asian Games2.2Medals by sport2.31954 Asian Games2.41958 Asian Games2.51966 Asian Games2.61970 Asian Games2.71974 Asian Games3References4External linksHistoryIsrael, after its founding in 1948 began applying to the International Olympic Committee for membership. This was granted in 1952, allowing them to first participate in the Asian Games in 1954.Israel was part of the Asian Games Federation and participated in the games from 1954 through 1974. In 1981 the Asian Games Federation was organized as the Olympic Council of Asia and for political reasons Israel was excluded.[1] Following this, in 1982, it was voted on to permanently ban Israel from the games.[2]Prior to that, Israel was twice unable to participate in the Games of 1962[3] and 1978,[4] also for political reasons. In 1962 the host country Indonesia, refused to permit the participation of Israel due to political reasons, stating it would cause issues with their relationship with the Arab states.[5] In July 1976 the 25 members of the Asian Games Federation were canvassed to see if Israel should participate in the 1978 Games, with all 12 responses received voting against including Israel.[6] Medals by Asian GamesGamesRankGoldSilverBronzeTotal1954 Manila[7]721141958 Tokyo[8]1400221962 Jakartadid not participate1966 Bangkok[9]9353111970 Bangkok[10]6665171974 Tehran[11]6748191978 Bangkokdid not participateTotal1918161953Medals by sportGamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal Athletics113519 Basketball2103 Diving1102 Fencing0011 Football0101 Shooting2428 Swimming14611 Tennis1113 Weightlifting0145Totals (9 games)181619531954 Asian GamesGamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal Athletics1001 Diving1102 Shooting0011Totals (3 games)21141958 Asian GamesGamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal Athletics0022Totals (1 games)00221966 Asian GamesGamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal Athletics2013 Basketball1001 Shooting0101 Swimming0426Totals (4 games)353111970 Asian GamesGamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal Athletics4217 Basketball0101 Shooting2316 Swimming0033Totals (4 games)665171974 Asian GamesGamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal Athletics4116 Basketball1001 Fencing0011 Football0101 Swimming1012 Tennis1113 Weightlifting0145Totals (7 games)74819Esther Roth-ShahamorovJump to navigationJump to searchEsther Roth-Shachamorov (July 2007)Esther Roth-ShahamorovMedal recordWomen's athleticsRepresenting IsraelAsian GamesBangkok 1970100 m hurdlesBangkok 1970PentathlonTehran 1974100 mTehran 1974200 mTehran 1974100 m hurdlesBangkok 1970Long jumpMaccabiah Games1969 IsraelLong jump1973 Israel100 m1977 Israel100 m hurdles1977 Israel200 mOlympic Boycott Games1980 Philadelphia100 m hurdlesEsther Roth-Shahamorov (Hebrew: אסתר רוט-שחמורוב‎; born April 16, 1952) is a former Israeli track and field athlete. She specialized in the 100-meter hurdles and the 100-meter sprint.Contents1Biography2Track career2.1Records2.2Asian Games2.3Olympics2.4Maccabiah Games3Awards and recognition4See also5ReferencesBiographyEsther Shahamorov was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, to an Ashkenazi Jewish family.[1] In 1973, she married Peter Roth, a gymnast, who became her coach. She has a son, Yaron (born 1974), who was a national champion in fencing, and a daughter, Einat. After she retired from competitive sport she became a sports schoolteacher.Track careerRecordsShe once held simultaneously five Israeli national records. One of them is still a record and two others held for over 20 years.Her time of 11.45s in the 100m, set at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, was broken on Sat Apr 19, 2014, by Olga Lansky.[2] Lansky's result though was vacated later the same year due to skipping mandatory drug test after the competition.[3]Her time of 12.93s in the 100m hurdles, set in Berlin shortly after the 1976 Summer Olympics, stood as a national record for 26 years, until it was broken by Irina Lenskiy in 2002.Her time of 23.57s in the 200m, set in Stuttgart in 1975, held as a record for 29 years, until it was broken, also by Lenskiy, in 2002.Her mark of 6.14m in the long jump was a national record from 1971 to 1984.Her record of 4837 points in the Women's pentathlon was a national record from 1971 until the format was changed in 1977.Asian GamesRoth won five gold medals and one silver medal in two Asian Games. She won golds in 100m hurdles and pentathlon and a silver in long jump in 1970, and three golds, in 100 m, 200 m, and 100 m hurdles, in 1974.OlympicsAt the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Roth just barely missed qualifying for the final in the 100-meter sprint. She qualified for the 100-meter hurdles semifinal, but withdrew from the Games, together with the remaining members of the Israel Olympic team, after the murder of her longtime coach, Amitzur Shapira, and ten other members of the Israeli team, by Palestinian terrorists.Further information: Munich MassacreIn 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal where she was the Israeli flag-bearer, Roth became the first ever Israeli athlete to reach the finals in any Olympic event, and she is still the only Israeli Olympic finalist in track events, when she finished 6th in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.04 seconds.[4]Maccabiah GamesRoth won the 100-meter race in the 1973 Maccabiah Games in 11.75; the 200-meter race in the 1977 Maccabiah Games in 24.03; the 100-meter hurdles in the same games in 13.50; and the long jump in the 1969 Maccabiah Games with a 19-foot, 3/4 inch (5.81 meter) jump.Awards and recognitionIn 1999, Roth was awarded the Israel Prize for sports.She appears in the 1999 Oscar-winning documentary One Day in September in which she gave her impressions and feelings during the 1972 Munich Athletes hostages crisis.

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