Songs about Abebe:

songsMe And You (Aknael & Abebe Bekeela Remix) by Paul Vinitsky feat. Kate Walsh from the Album Me And You (Remixes)

songsAbebe by Tony Mola from the Album Bragada

songsAbebe by Robin Jones And King Salsa from the Album Ache

songsAbebe by Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq from the Album Fuasimodo Rings a Bell

songsAbebe by Monobird from the Album Icon-O-Mix

songsAbebe (feat. Toby Octave) by M-Lake from the Album DualPersona (EP)

songsAbebe Bikila Selassie I Guard Dub (Dubsmith Remix) by Boom One Sound System from the Album Lonely Way


Books about Abebe:

booksBarefoot Runner: The Life of Marathon Champion Abebe Bikila by Paul Rambali (Jun 1, 2007)

booksKwaku Ananse and "abebe" the Grasshopper by S.Y. Manu and Worldreader (Dec 18, 2013)

booksAbebe: Webster's Timeline History, 1935 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)

booksAbebe Bikila : Le champion aux pieds nus

booksAbebe Bikila 34 Success Facts - Everything You Need to Know about Abebe Bikila by Jeremy Vega

booksAbebe: Portrait of a Nigerian leader by Tekena N Tamuno (1991)

booksSport et Politique: le symbole Abebe Bikila: Un athlète éthiopien en 1960 (French Edition) by Louis Violette (Dec 9, 2011)


Movies about Abebe:

moviesL'Atleta - Abebe Bikila 2012 G - Runtime: 1 hr 32 mins Starring: Rasselas Lakew and Dag Malmberg Directed by: Rasselas Lakew and Davey Frankel


Wiki information Abebe:

Abebe Bikila
Olympic athlete, Athlete, Award Winner, Film subject, Person, Person or entity appearing in film, Name source, Deceased Person, Person Or Being In Fiction, Measured person

Abebe Bikila was a double Olympic marathon champion from Ethiopia, most famous for winning a marathon gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics while running barefoot. A stadium in Addis Ababa is named in his honor.

Abebe Aregai
Politician, Person, Deceased Person

Ras Abebe Aregai was an Ethiopian military commander who during the Italian occupation, he led a group of resistance fighters that operated in Menz and Shewa. He later served as Prime Minister of Ethiopia from 27 November 1957 until his death. He was...