|Men's 100 m||bronze||2560|
|Men's 200 m||bronze||2560|
Mallon's book tells us he was born in Guyana, but apparently this is no longer considered exact. He lived in Berlin till the age of 16, and was then interned for the duration of the War.
|Men's Kayak Fours 1000 metres||SF:5th||8.6|
Rowing (2 silver, 1 bronze)
|Lightweight Double Sculls||bronze||3520|
|Lightweight Coxless Fours||silver||silver||9th||6732|
|Women's 400m Freestyle||R1:3rd||16|
|Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay||fourth||400|
|Women's 200 metres||SF:6th||52|
|Women's 400 metres||R1:35th||-2.10|
|Women's 4x100 m Relay||7th||100|
Olympic Competitor nr 2945
|Men's Time Trial||dnf||18th||3.846|
|Men's Road Race||dnf||-28.60|
|Men's Light Heavyweight (-87 kg)||BrFI||2400|
B. 1966-05-10 London, England, Great Britain
|Men's Canadian Singles 1000 metres||9th||160|
|Men's Canadian Doubles 1000 metres||Rep:4th||15.6|
|Painting, Drawings & Water Colours||3 works||119.529|
|Painting, Paintings||3 works|
|Painting, unknown event||2 works||4.372|
|Women's 100 metres Backstroke||bronze||3840|
|Men's 100 m Butterfly||33rd||-2.26|
|Men's Single Sculls||9th||240|
|Men's Road Race||fifth||1500|
|Men's 100 km Team Time Trial||13th||19.2|
B. 1907-09-23, Georgetown, (British) Guyana, represented Canada; D. 1971-09-06
Track and Field (5 bronze)
|Men's 800 m||fourth||bronze||bronze||7392|
|Men's 1500 m||bronze||fifth||3560|
|Men's 400 m||SF:6th||52|
|Men's 4x400 m Relay||bronze||bronze||fourth||1848|
In 1928 and 1932 he was still a medical student, but by 1936 he was a fully
fledged doctor, and that is how he won his fifth bronze medal.
He competed for Guyana in the British empire games of 1930 and 1934, but was eligible for Canada in the Olympics (Guyana did not have an NOC)
Olympic Competitor nr 2178
|Men's Light−Heavyweight (-80 kg)||R1||1.991|
He was also a non-starter in the Heavyweight (+80 kg) in 1948.
B. 1964-07-19, Cairo, Georgia, USA
Basketball (4 gold, 1 bronze)
Member of the American Basketball team that won gold at Los Angeles, Seoul,
Atlanta and Sydney.
As a double gold medallist already, and living in Atlanta, she was asked to perform the oath for the athletes in the 1996 games.
With 4 golds and a bronze she became the most succesfull team sportsman in Olympic history.
|Men's Team combined, European system||fifth||250|
Olympic Competitor nr 4140
Written 2002-10-28 - last modified 2022-08-06
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