Category:Grete Waitz

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Grete Waitz 
Norwegian marathon runner and former world record holder (1953-2011)
Grete Waitz a la Marató de Nova York del 2010
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Date of birth1 October 1953
Oslo
Grete Andersen
Date of death19 April 2011
Oslo
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
Work period (start)
  • 1971
Work period (end)
  • 1991
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Sports discipline competed in
Member of sports team
  • SK Vidar
Spouse
  • Jack Waitz (1975–2011)
Award received
  • Aftenposten Gold Medal (1977)
  • Bislett medal (1975)
  • Fearnley award (1984)
  • Porsgrund's Porcelain Factory Honor Prize (1974)
  • Norwegian Sportsperson of the Year (1975, 1977, 1979, 1983)
  • Peer Gynt Literary Award (1979)
  • Knight First Class of the Order of St. Olav‎ (2008)
  • Idrettsgallaens hederspris (2008)
  • St. Olav's Medal (1981)
Authority file
Wikidata Q233880
ISNI: 0000000120257952
VIAF ID: 52337440
GND ID: 118863487
Library of Congress authority ID: n82100747
IdRef ID: 163537976
Libraries Australia ID: 35825676
NL CR AUT ID: mzk2007408446
SELIBR ID: 345124
Nationale Thesaurus voor Auteursnamen ID: 073321966
NORAF ID: 90143640
Libris-URI: ljx16wl45v52lc3
World Athletics athlete ID: 14356890
Olympic.org athlete ID (archived): grete-andersen
Track and Field Statistics female athlete ID: 52
Olympedia people ID: 74080
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Deutsch: Grete Waitz, geb. als Grete Andersen, (* 1. Oktober 1953 in Oslo; † 19. April 2011 ebenda) war eine norwegische Langstreckenläuferin und Weltrekordhalterin.
English: Grete Waitz (1 October 1953 – 19 April 2011) was a Norwegian marathon runner and former world record holder.
Norsk bokmål: Grete Waitz (født Grete Andersen, 1. oktober 1953 i Oslo, død 19. april 2011 var en norsk friidrettsutøver.
Português: Grete Waitz (Oslo, 1 de outubro de 1953 – 19 de abril de 2011) foi uma das maiores maratonistas do mundo.

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