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English: Dimitrios Vikelas, first IOC-President
Deutsch: Demetrius Vikelas
Français : Dimítrios Vikélas
Polski: Demetrius Vikelas
Italiano: Demétrios_Vikélas
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Source Lennartz, Karl: The Olympic Games of 1896, Explanations for the Reprint of the Official Report
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