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This user has 76665 edits
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This user has written or significantly contributed to three featured lists on Wikipedia.
This user has written or expanded five articles featured in the Did You Know section on the Main Page.
For your contributions to articles on Olympic Games — utcursch (3 November 2006) For your diligence in improving articles on nations at the Summer Olympics — KazakhPol (5 November 2006)
For all your work in improving Olympic coverage on Wikipedia — Blnguyen (20 November 2006) For creating and replacing the football templates! — MC (10 July 2007)
Thank you for your terrific work with infoboxes. That work is a tremendous asset to Wikipedia. — Kingturtle (5 June 2008) For all your hard work and great contributions to articles on the Olympic Games (and related topics). — Aridd (15 August 2008)
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