Medals table

first_imgMedals table1 Kenya 6 3 2 112 USA 3 4 5 123 Jamaica 3 0 2 54 Great Britain 3 0 0 35 Poland 2 1 3 66 Cuba 2 1 0 37 Germany 1 2 2 58 Ethiopia 1 2 0 39 Canada 1 1 2 410 South Africa 1 0 1 211 Colombia 1 0 0 111 Czech Rep. 1 0 0 111 Eritrea 1 0 0 111 Spain 1 0 0 115 China 0 3 1 416 Bahamas 0 1 1 216 The Netherlands 0 1 1 218 Australia 0 1 0 118 Brazil 0 1 0 118 Croatia 0 1 0 118 Egypt 0 1 0 118 Israel 0 1 0 118 Russia 0 1 0 118 Tajikistan 0 1 0 118 Tunisia 0 1 0 126 France 0 0 2 227 Bosnia-Herze. 0 0 1 127 Finland 0 0 1 127 Greece 0 0 1 127 Grenada 0 0 1 127 Kazakhstan 0 0 1 127 Latvia 0 0 1 127 Portugal 0 0 1 127 Uganda 0 0 1 1last_img read more

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Senior Heroes Awards will recognize service

first_imgClark County – The overworked family caregiver who never rests. The professional caregiver who cherishes her aging client’s surviving memories. The social worker who makes sure home is safe before discharging senior citizens from the hospital. The business that figures out ways to help. The hospice team that provides education and support at the end of life.A new honor for people who serve senior citizens has been announced by a local group of senior-citizen specialists: The Senior Hero Award. Nominations for a total of six awards in three different categories are now open. There’s one Pat Jollota Lifetime Achievement Award; two Senior-Focused Business awards, for-profit and nonprofit; and three Caregivers of the Year: in-home, facility and family.Nominations must be submitted by 4 p.m. March 15 to CDM Caregiving Services in downtown Vancouver. Award winners will be notified on March 27 and they’ll be honored at a May 17 luncheon at Club Green Meadows. Details about the luncheon are pending.Call Julie Williams at 360-513-9825 or Dee Memering at 360-901-3703 with questions. Or visit http://cdmcaregiving.org and scroll down to “Senior Heroes Luncheon Awards.”last_img read more

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