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Sporting Excellence

Submitted By: geecee

Difficulty: easy

Three competitors - Tom, Peter and June - in different time periods, each excelled in their chosen sports, and among them won 102 medals.

From this information and the following clues, for each competitor, can you determine their sport, their time period and whether they won the most Gold, most Silver, or most Bronze medals?



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Event
Years
Record
Clicks
1
2
3

 Running

 Swimming

 Rowing

 1995 - 2001

 1977 - 1996

 2000 - 2005

 Most Gold

 Most Silver

 Most Bronze

 Name

 Tom
 Peter
 June

 Record

 Most Gold
 Most Silver
 Most Bronze

 Years

 1995 - 2001
 1977 - 1996
 2000 - 2005

Clues:

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  1. The swimmer competed in the longest time period and won 31 of the total 102 medals, but no Bronze.
  2. Tom won 23 of the 53 Gold medals, and two Bronze medals fewer than the rower.
  3. June won 33 medals, including 15 Silver and 3 Bronze in the shortest time period.
  4. The runner won 8 more Gold medals than each of the two other competitors.
Name Event Years Record
Tom
Peter
June


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