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Adelaide Lambert

1907 - 1996

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Adelaide T. Lambert (October 27, 1907 – April 17, 1996), also known by her married name Adelaide Ballard, was an American competition swimmer who earned a gold medal as a member of winning U.S. team in the women's 4×100-meter freestyle relay at the 1928 Summer Olympics, setting a new world record in the process. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Adelaide Lambert has received more than 17,775 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Adelaide Lambert is the 73rd most popular swimmer, the 34th most popular biography from Panama and the most popular Panamanian Swimmer.

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

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  • 1.71

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Among swimmers, Adelaide Lambert ranks 73 out of 392Before her are Ethel Lackie, Frederick Holman, Norman Ross, Inge de Bruijn, Lynn Burke, and Ada Kok. After her are Jack Medica, Katinka Hosszú, Joan Harrison, Krisztina Egerszegi, Wally Ris, and Felipe Muñoz.

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Among people born in 1907, Adelaide Lambert ranks 337Before her are Mildred Bailey, Constantino Urbieta Sosa, László Rajcsányi, Arnie Oliver, Isabel Jewell, and Kate Smith. After her are Ruth Patrick, Paul Douglas, Grahame Clark, Philip Slone, Paul Nitze, and Christopher Fry. Among people deceased in 1996, Adelaide Lambert ranks 279Before her are Konstantin Loktev, Les Baxter, Nino Borsari, Aldo Montano, Dave Schultz, and Fulvio Nesti. After her are Robert F. Overmyer, Jean-Claude Piumi, Mario Savio, Barbara Jordan, Pat Brown, and Sverre Sørsdal.

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In Panama

Among people born in Panama, Adelaide Lambert ranks 34 out of 66Before her are Harmodio Arias Madrid (1886), Julio Dely Valdés (1967), Ricardo J. Alfaro (1882), Aristides Royo (1940), Pablo Arosemena (1836), and Mariano Rivera (1969). After her are Alfredo Anderson (1978), Rolando Blackman (1959), Felipe Baloy (1981), Irving Saladino (1983), Jaime Penedo (1981), and Luis Tejada (1982).

Among SWIMMERS In Panama

Among swimmers born in Panama, Adelaide Lambert ranks 1