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The scenes shocked the world and the Games were suspended. The International Olympic Committee then ordered the competitions to resume after a pause of 34 hours, insisting that 'The games must go on!' in spite of the terrorist attack.
Britain's Mary Rand won gold in the pentathlon after taking silver eight years previous.
Liselott Linsenhoff was the first female to win an equestrian gold with victory in the dressage.