This A for Athlete project, associated with CLOH.Org (Creating Literate Olympians Here) is just hatching.
4,653 articles since May 2008.
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Wikipedia has standards, this wiki doesn't.
To merit a page for an athlete or coach in Wikipedia, sportspeople must have played in a fully professional league, or a competition of equivalent standing in a non-league sport such as swimming, or at the highest level in mainly amateur sports, usually considered to mean the Olympic Games or World Championships. Here at CLOH.Wikia.com, not so much.
A for Athlete, founders of Olympicpedia
Olympicpedia was a eight week technology, sports and language day camp that ended July 31, 2008 held at Pittsburgh's CyberConXion (now closed). The camp concluded with more than 1,000+ pages created and its main participants headed to Beijing for the 2008 Olympics. Sadly, the wiki, A for Athlete, was (and is) not visible in China (also known as CHN) . So, for the duration of the 2008 Olympics, few updates to this wiki were made.