3a Professor Suitbert Ertel compiled a huge collection of eminent sports champions (n=4391). Its composition was explained by him in 1988 in his article 'Raising the Hurdle for the Athletes' Mars Effect' Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 2,1 pages 58-65.
Ertel has here included all of the eminent champions as published, by MG and others (n=2888), plus also the less famous sportsmen, unpublished, whose birthdata was held in Michel Gauquelin's Laboratoire in Paris (n=1503): the column with P or published, U for unpublished distinguishes these.
The note '3c' explains column headings, eg the number of citations he found for each name, and the Mars-sector scores. This large database does NOT give the required information to enable a computer program to score planets in Key Sectors as it lacks spatial co-ordinates. One can reference the different groups here included by first sorting the data in '3b' (.dbf format) according to the first column.
The 'Libre Office' program is here convenient, or else MS Excel.
3d Ertel graphed all published versus unpublished Gauquelin sports data (JSE, 1988,2,1). This may still shock us today, and shows how all the accusations of cheating began.
3e is the collection of sports champions (.dbf format) published by the Belgian Para Comité in 1976, (n=535), which can be extracted from Ertel's data-set by using the column 'PARA'.