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So far, among others, Israeli athletes have qualified to compete in equestrian show jumping, baseball, shooting and rhythmic gymnastics.
The impossible dream of reaching the Olympics may become a reality for Israel’s national baseball team.
"The cooperation between the Israeli Olympic Committee and the Technion is exceptional and very promising," said Technion President Professor Peretz Lavie.
Israeli javelin thrower suffers thigh injury and will not take part.
By ALLON SINAI
By Uriel Sturm
Zubari remains confident he can end his medal drought in Rio.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
Zilberman looks forward to his second straight Olympics after securing his place in the top 34 of the decisive rankings.
There is little doubt that Toumarkin is Israel’s leading swimmer and he will be aiming to show exactly why in Rio.
The California-born Israeli books her flight to Brazil in her first-ever marathon.
Gloushkov Leventhal will become the first Israeli woman to compete in four Olympics after also participating in Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012 with previous partner Inna Yoffe.
Teferi's main goal for now is to gain experience.
Shikler is the most surprising member of Israel’s swim team to Rio, as her mere qualification at her age is already a success.
Shatilov has recorded groundbreaking achievements for local gymnastics throughout his career and now looks to add an international one to the list in Rio.
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