N. Korea to send 51 athletes to London
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N. Korea to send 51 athletes to London

Seoul : South Korea | Jul 04, 2012 at 1:13 AM PDT
Source: The Star
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North Korea said Wednesday a total of 51 athletes have qualified in 11 sports for this summer's London Olympics, with the isolated communist state seeking a record medal haul. They will compete in women's football, the marathon, table tennis, judo, wrestling, weightlifting, shooting, archery,... FULL ARTICLE AT The Star
 
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