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In the solutions, It says e.g. that 11 women participated in the 1906 games, but in fact only 6 unique names participated. Shouldn't the solution then present 6 and not 11?
In the solutions, it says e.g. that Aileen Muriel Riggin won Bronze in Diving and Silver in Swimming, but in fact it was the other way around. What would you consider best practice in this case - to drop the sport and just count the medals per type, athlete and games, or some other solution? There doesn't seem to be an ID which can ensure the right sport is matched to the right medal.