Daniel Delany Bulger (18 December 1865 – 8 December 1930) was a leading Irish athlete. Along with his younger brothers, Michael Joseph Bulger (1867-1938) and Lawrence Bulger (1870-1928), he was prominent in the Irish sporting world in the late 19th century. Daniel was one of the 79 delegates who attended the Congress of the Sorbonne in Paris in 1894 that lit the flame of the Olympic Games of the Modern Era in Athens in 1896.

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  • Daniel Delany Bulger (18 December 1865 – 8 December 1930) was a leading Irish athlete. Along with his younger brothers, Michael Joseph Bulger (1867-1938) and Lawrence Bulger (1870-1928), he was prominent in the Irish sporting world in the late 19th century. Daniel was one of the 79 delegates who attended the Congress of the Sorbonne in Paris in 1894 that lit the flame of the Olympic Games of the Modern Era in Athens in 1896. (en)
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  • Daniel Delany Bulger (18 December 1865 – 8 December 1930) was a leading Irish athlete. Along with his younger brothers, Michael Joseph Bulger (1867-1938) and Lawrence Bulger (1870-1928), he was prominent in the Irish sporting world in the late 19th century. Daniel was one of the 79 delegates who attended the Congress of the Sorbonne in Paris in 1894 that lit the flame of the Olympic Games of the Modern Era in Athens in 1896. (en)
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