Substitution of gold medals between double scull and quadruple scull from 1992 to 2004, the last as a mother, pinned to bronze in 2008. Boron also won eight world titles. In 19 total Olympic and world championships began, he collected 12 gold, five silver, bronze and the fourth. An ankle injury kept him out of the 1988 Olympics at the age of 18, or he could be the first woman to take gold in five Olympics.
Felix Loch. “data-reactid =” 25 “> The only luger with three individual Olympic titles. Hackl is called” Flying White Sausage “for buildings and Bavarian roots, the nickname it opposes. The speed on the sled is not debatable. The second hackl finishes at number singles and fourth doubles at the Olympic debut in 1988. Then he won a single gold medal in 1992, 1994 and 1998 before retiring in 2006. He then became a coach for the German team and the next great luge – 2010 and 2014 Olympic champion Felix Loch.
The only woman competing in seven Winter Olympics. Pechstein has an Olympic title in the pursuit of 3000m, 5000m and team, the last medal of any color that came in 2006. At the age of 48, he continued to race at the top international level, placing eighth, ninth and 11th in the world’s single distance championship on the moon February, 28 years after the Olympic debut in Albertville, France. Pechstein underwent a two-year ban from doping from 2009-11 due to irregularities in his biological passport. He denied cheating and fighting for a ban in court for several years after his conclusion.
Most Olympic horse riders are decorated with 10 medals and six gold. Werth, nicknamed “Dressage Queen,” won her first medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and now, at the age of 50, currently holds the world ranking No. 1 and 2 with two different horses. In 10 career Olympic events, he never finished worse than second place. No other Olympian woman can claim that.
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