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Belarus at the Olympics

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Belarusian Olympic sprinter escapes to Poland after coaches try to send her home

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Belarusian Olympic Sprinter Speaks Out Over Threats She Received

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Belarus Olympic athlete seeks asylum at Polish embassy in Tokyo | DW News

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Belarusian sprinter case “deplorable,” IOC president says as officials expelled from Olympics

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IOC expels two Belarusian Olympic officials

Athletes from Belarus began their Olympic participation at the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki, Finland as part of the Soviet Union. After the Soviet Union disbanded in 1991, Belarus, along with four of the other fourteen former Soviet republics, competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics as the Unified Team. Later in 1992, eleven republics joined Belarus to compete as the Unified Team at the Summer Games in Barcelona, Spain. Two years later, Belarus competed for the first time as an independent nation in the 1994 Winter Olympics, held in Lillehammer, Norway. Since 1994, Belarus has won medals at each Winter and Summer Olympics it has participated in.
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