In November of 1934, the world was reeling from the assassination of President Ferdinand Marcos.
After months of speculation and the deaths of two of Marcos’ closest associates, Marcos’ eldest son, Manuel, was gunned down by members of the Philippine Army.
The assassination came just a few days after the Philippines had been awarded a gold medal in the 1936 Olympics in Tokyo.
In a bid to capitalize on the momentum, the IOC decided to add the 1932 Olympic gold medal and the gold medals of the 1932 and 1936 games to the IOC’s roster of Olympic medals.
This would have created a total of 11 gold medals and a silver medal for the 1936 and 1934 games.
The IOC was also hoping to make a statement by hosting the event at a time when the sport of swimming was at a fever pitch.
This was a time that was dominated by the rising popularity of speed skating, which was quickly eclipsing the old-fashioned diving.
In 1932, there were just 5,000 swimmers competing at the Olympics.
The number of swimmers at the 1936 Games was 13,000, according to a report in the Boston Globe.
The gold medal would go to a Filipino swimming athlete, Emilio Perez.
It was a perfect gold fishstick, and was made by the company known as Ibu, whose name stands for the International Bamboo Fishstick Company.
It was a fishstick that was made from bamboo.
A fisherman who had recently caught one of these fishsticks was told that it had been made by one of the biggest manufacturers of bamboo in the world.
The fishstick was made of bamboo that was the size of a fist and weighed 1.5 kilograms (2.6 pounds).
It was an extremely sturdy bamboo stick that would be used by swimmers for many years to come.
For the IOC, the gold medal was a huge deal.
After all, the event was designed to highlight the great strides the sport had made in the past 10 years.
It also marked the IOC taking a huge step forward with regards to the future of the Olympics as it had always been a “discovery sport” with its roots in the 1920s and 30s.
The Olympic gold fishstix would have been the first of its kind, and it would have helped cement the sport’s status as a discovery sport.
It would also be the first gold fish that had been caught by an Asian man.
It is not known when the gold fish was caught or where it came from, but a picture from the event shows it lying on a plank in the ocean.
The medal would also help establish the IOC as a leader in the development of the sport, something it has always been known for.
In 1936, the Olympics were one of three sports that the IOC was looking to take a major step forward on and was planning to develop two other sports.
The other sports would be boxing and diving.
In the first sports, the International Boxing Association (IABA) would be the organizing body.
In 1938, the IBA would form the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and in the second sport, the Olympic Swimming Committee (USSOC) would lead the development.
The IBA had a strong tradition in the sport.
In 1930, it won the IBF gold medal at the 1932 Olympics, in addition to being the first team to qualify for the 1932 World Championships.
In 1940, the U.S. Olympic Committee announced the creation of the IOC in the U: The United States.
The USOC, the organization that would lead and operate the Olympics, was established in 1936 to run the events.
The first event, the 1932 Summer Olympics, took place in Munich, Germany.
The 1936 Games, which were held in Berlin, Germany, also had a major impact on the Olympic movement in the United States, which in 1939 would be officially recognized as the first nation to have its own Olympic team.
In 1938, with the IOC having officially become a recognized member of the International Athletics Federation, the first Olympic Games were held at the Tokyo Dome.
It took place on July 12, 1938, and featured four men’s and four women’s events.
In total, there was three events of varying length.
The men’s event was the Tokyo Open, which featured world champions in four disciplines.
The women’s event, held at Tokyo Dome, was called the Women’s World Championship and featured women from around the world competing for gold.
At the Tokyo Olympics, the men won gold medals in the four events.
It did not take long for the men’s teams to take the lead in the men in the other two events.
In 1936, three gold medals were won in the swimming event.
In addition to the men, four gold medals had been won in gymnastics, which is a sport that has always taken precedence over any other event.
The U.K. won gold in gymnastic, which went to a team from England.
The men’s team won bronze in