Kuppadi is a village near Sultan Bathery in Wayanad district in the state of Kerala, India. The famous St Mary's College, Sulthan Bathery is situated in this village. Kuppadi Village Total population is 26662 and number of houses are 6328. Female Population is 50.6%. Village literacy rate is 80.7% and the Female Literacy rate is 39.8%. St Mary's Sulthan BatherySt. Mary's College, Sulthan Bathery is a Post Graduate Aided College managed by the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church of the East is located in kuppadi, it was established in the year 1965. St. Mary's College is the first higher education College in Wayanad. St. Marys College Higher Secondary School Govt. High School KuppadiEstablished in 1934 as kidanganad LP school. Nirmala Matha Public School It is managed by malankara Orthodox Syrian Church of the east. Established in 1992. Another main attraction of the village is Town Square, a park near St Marys college ground; the St Marys college cricket ground is one of the ground recognised by Kerala Cricket Association.
The temple Durga bagavathy Kshethram is situated in the centre of the town. The Village Office, a smart village office is located near the mini civil station Sultan Bathery. Kuppady is situated 3 km away from Sultan Battery. There are two bus service running through named'Govind' and'vanampadi'; the nearest railway station is at Mysore and the nearest airports are Kozhikode International Airport-120 km, Bengaluru International Airport-290 km, Kannur International Airport, 58 km. The Kuppadi is the 12th division under Sultan Bathery municipality. Smt. Jisha Shaji of CPI is the councillor, serving as the deputy chairperson of Sulthan Bathery municipality
Spain first participated at the Olympic Games in 1900, has sent athletes to compete in most Summer Olympic Games since 1920. Spain has participated in every Winter Olympic Games since 1936, its team is organised by the Spanish Olympic Committee created in 1924. Spain withdrew from the 1936 Summer Olympics in Nazi Germany because of the Civil War, boycotted the 1956 Games in Melbourne because of the Soviet Union's invasion of Hungary; the equestrian events in 1956 were held five months earlier in Stockholm, Spain did participate in those events. Spain hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, the home city of then-president of the International Olympic Committee, Juan Antonio Samaranch. Spanish athletes have won a total of 154 medals, with sailing as the top medal-producing sport. Four of those medals were won at the Winter Games; the COE counts one medal more than the IOC because they recognized one won by Pedro José Pidal y Bernaldo de Quirós in live pigeon shooting in the 1900 Summer Olympics, while the IOC doesn't recognize the event as an official one as the winners were given a money award.
Spain has hosted the Games on 1 occasion. *Red border colour indicates tournament was held on home soil. Only Spanish athletes who achieved 3 or more medals or 2 gold medals are included in the following table. List of flag bearers for Spain at the Olympics Category:Olympic competitors for Spain Spain at the Paralympics List of the best positions of Spain in the Olympic Summer events List of the best positions of Spain in the Olympic Winter events "Spain". International Olympic Committee. "Results and Medalists—Spain". Olympic.org. International Olympic Committee. "Olympic Medal Winners". International Olympic Committee. "Spain". Sports-Reference.com