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  1. Pierre de Coubertin as a child (right), with one of his sisters, painted by his father Charles Louis de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin (detail of Le Départ, 1869). His father Charles was a staunch royalist and accomplished artist whose paintings were displayed and given prizes at the Parisian salon , at least in those years when he was not absent ...

  2. The visionary founder of the modern Olympic Games. Baron Pierre de Coubertin was only 1,62 metres (5’3”) tall, but by many measures, he was a giant of the 20 th century. . Born into the French aristocracy on 1 January 1863, he became a champion of the common man, embracing the values of France’s Third Republic—liberty, equality, fraternity—as a young adu

  3. Pierre de Coubertin (né Charles Pierre Fredy de Coubertin) [2], baron de Coubertin, né le 1 er janvier 1863 à Paris et mort le 2 septembre 1937 à Genève en Suisse, est un historien et pédagogue français fortement influencé par la culture anglo-saxonne qui a particulièrement milité pour l'introduction du sport dans les établissements scolaires français.

  4. Pierre, baron de Coubertin, French educator who played a central role in the revival of the Olympic Games in 1896, after nearly 1,500 years of abeyance. He was a founding member of the International Olympic Committee and served as its president from 1896 to 1925. Learn more about his life and career.

  5. Pierre de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin (* 1.Januar 1863 in Paris; † 2. September 1937 in Genf) war ein französischer Pädagoge, Historiker und Sportfunktionär.Coubertin trat maßgeblich für eine Wiederbelebung der Olympischen Spiele ein und gründete 1894 das Internationale Olympische Komitee, dessen zweiter Präsident er von 1896 bis 1925 war.

  6. Charles Pierre de Frédy, barone di Coubertin, noto come Pierre de Coubertin (Parigi, 1º gennaio 1863 – Ginevra, 2 settembre 1937), è stato un dirigente sportivo, pedagogo e storico francese, conosciuto per essere stato il fondatore dei Giochi olimpici moderni.

  7. Nous célébrons la vie du Pierre de Coubertin, qui, il y a 125 ans, unissait toutes les nations dans l’amitié et la paix par le sport, dans le cadre de ce qui est aujourd’hui la plus grande célébration de l’humanité, les Jeux Olympiques.

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