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This template displays an external link to an Olympic athlete's profile at the Olympics at Sports-Reference.com web site (sports-reference.com/olympics). It is intended for use in the external links section of an article.

Usage[uredi kodo]

The basic way to use the template is to insert this:

* {{Sports-reference}}

If this results in an error, that means the article's Wikidata item does not have the property sports-reference.com ID (P1447). To resolve this, either add the "id" in Wikidata or use the optional "id" parameter in the template. For example, da/bjorn-daehlie-1 is the "id" portion of the URL https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/da/bjorn-daehlie-1.html.

* {{Sports-reference|ID}}
* {{Sports-reference|id=ID}}

The link text defaults to the Wikipedia article name, without any disambiguation such as "(athlete)". The default text can be changed via the optional "name" parameter. This may be useful when adding the template more than once (to differentiate the links) or when the article name is different than the athlete's name at Sports-Reference.com.

* {{Sports-reference|ID|NAME}}
* {{Sports-reference|id=ID|name=NAME}}

Examples[uredi kodo]

ID in template[uredi kodo]

Usage in the article Jeremy Abbott, with article name as link text:

* {{Sports-reference | ab/jeremy-abbott-2 }}
* {{Sports-reference | id= ab/jeremy-abbott-2 | archive= 20161202194710 }}

Usage with name parameter as link text:

* {{Sports-reference | ab/jeremy-abbott-2 | Jeremy Abbott }}
* {{Sports-reference | id= ab/jeremy-abbott-2 | name= Jeremy Abbott | archive= 20161202194710 }}

Output:

URL:

https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/ab/jeremy-abbott-2.html

ID in Wikidata[uredi kodo]

Usage in the article Bjørn Dæhlie:

* {{Sports-reference}}
* {{Sports-reference | name= Bjørn Dæhlie }}

Output:

URL:

https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/da/bjorn-daehlie-1.html

No ID in template or Wikidata[uredi kodo]

Usage:

* {{Sports-reference}}

Output:

Add ID in Wikidata[uredi kodo]

  • Find the athlete's ID on the Sports Reference website. To do this, search for the athlete here, and look at the URL. The ID is everything between https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/ and .html, so for Livio Berruti, the ID is be/livio-berruti-1.
  • In order to add this to Wikidata:
    1. Click "Wikidata item" under "Tools" to the left of the article.
    2. Go to the bottom of the section called "Statements" (just above the one called "Wikipedia pages linked to this item")
    3. Click the bottom-most link called "[add]"
    4. Type in "Sports Reference" in the first box that appears, and click "Sports Reference ID" in the dropdown that appears
    5. In the next box, paste the ID (be/livio-berruti-1 in the example above) and press enter
    6. You're done! If you go back to the article and refresh it (maybe try to purge the page by adding ?action=purge at the end of the URL), the link should work properly.
  • If you find this process too cumbersome, you are always free to use the optional backup parameter instead.

TemplateData[uredi kodo]

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TemplateData za Sports-reference

This template displays an external link to an Olympic athlete's profile at the "Olympics at Sports-Reference.com" web site (sports-reference.com/olympics). It is intended for use in the external links section of an article.

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
idid 1

The "id" parameter (or unnamed parameter "1") should contain the ID portion of the URL. Example: ab/jeremy-abbott-2 is the ID portion of https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/ab/jeremy-abbott-2.html This parameter is optional if Wikidata property P1447 exists, but required if not.

Default
Wikidata property P1447
Stringoptional
namename 2

The "name" parameter (or unnamed parameter "2") may be used to specify the link text, which should be the name of the athlete. This parameter is optional; it defaults to the Wikipedia article name, without any disambiguation such as "(athlete)".

Default
{{PAGENAMEBASE}}
Stringoptional
archivearchive

Number representing the date/time in an Internet Archive URL, such as 20161202194710 in https://web.archive.org/web/20161202194710/https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/ab/jeremy-abbott-2.html.

Numberoptional

Tracking categories[uredi kodo]

"id" parameter exists
"id" parameter does not exist

See also[uredi kodo]