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WUSTWuhan University of Science and Technology (China)
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Wust's claim to the same subject position is based on risking her own life to protect the woman she loved from Nazi persecution and is thus established analogously to Fischer's, that is, based on close personal ties to a Jewish woman who suffered Holocaust persecution, but it also differs because, unlike Fischer, Wust cannot invoke the blood ties of kinship as shared identity markers.
Wust's 10 medals in speedskating surpasses the record set by Claudia Pechstein.
Wust's second medal of the Games after her heartbreak in the 3,000m on Saturday where she finished 0.08 seconds behind compatriot Carlijn Achtereekte, lifted her past Germany's Claudia Pechstein to stand alone as the most successful speed skater in history.
Wust spearheaded the cataloging project, and the results have already been integrated into the online catalogue of the Library, and here is presented in print in the tradition of international scholarly publishing.
* Hans Henrik Sievertsen and Miriam Wust, Danish National Centre for Social Research, "Discharge on the Day of Birth, Parental Response, and Health and Schooling Outcomes"
Other awardees included Bayern Munich attacker Arjen Robben (Sportsman of the Year), F1 racer Max Verstappen (Young Talent Award), and speed skater Ireen Wust (Sportswoman of the Year).
Congrats to all the queer Olympians who brought home medals from Sochi, in particular speedskater Ireen Wust (right) who was the first openly gay athlete to earn the gold in this year's event
The Lebanese singing stars will be joined by Egyptian pop rockers Wust El Balad.
Team Pursuit--Netherlands (Jorien ter Mors, Lotte van Beek, Ireen Wust), 2:58.61, Feb.
Sablikova lost her 3,000m crown to Ireen Wust earlier in the Games but she was too quick for the Dutchwoman as the pair went head-to-head over a longer distance.