Can you name the athletes by the picture?
[5340] Can you name the athletes by the picture? - Can you name the athletes by the picture? - #brainteasers #riddles #sport - Correct Answers: 10 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Can you name the athletes by the picture?

Can you name the athletes by the picture?
Correct answers: 10
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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There were these two blondes d...

There were these two blondes driving along the highway looking for a place to stop and picnic.
The first blonde says, "Let's stop here, and have our picnic under that tree."
The other says, "No! Let's have it right here in the middle of the road."
They argued about it for a bit, but finally agreed to have it in the middle of the road.
All of a sudden, a car comes speeding towards them and has to swerve into the tree to keep from hitting them.
The one blonde says to the other, "See? If we were under that tree, we'd be dead now!"
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Guglielmo Marconi

Died 20 Jul 1937 at age 63 (born 25 Apr 1874). Marchese Guglielmo Marconi was an Italian electrical engineer and inventor who invented the wireless telegraph (1935) known today as radio. Nobel laureate (1909). In 1894, Marconi began experimenting on the “Hertzian Waves,” the radio waves Heinrich Hertz had first produced in his laboratory a few years earlier. Lacking support from the Italian Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs, Marconi turned to the British Post Office. Encouraging demonstrations in London and on Salisbury Plain followed. Marconi obtained the world's first patent for a system of wireless telegraphy, in 1897, and opened the world's first radio factory at Chelmsford, England in 1898. In 1900 he took out his famous patent No. 7777 for “tuned or syntonic telegraphy.”
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