Entry "Hors Concours", so not an actual Olympic competitor.
It is not even known what category the artwork falls under, probably paintings.
|Men's Featherweight (-62 kg)||R4||R2||70.14|
He was the coach of the 1964 German team.
|Men's Team||Prel 5th||65|
|Women's Giant Slalom||33rd||-2.26|
B. 1974-08-16, Budapest, Hungary
Swimming (5 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
|100 m Backstroke||silver||gold||10400|
|200 m Backstroke||gold||gold||gold||38400|
|400 m Individual Medley||gold||bronze||8960|
|4x100 m Medley Relay||11th||16|
At the age of 21 she became the youngest triple champion of the lot. Many
other athletes start their careers at that age !
At the 1987 European championships, aged 13, she had already finished fourth and fifth. The next year, she became the youngest swimming gold medallist ever. In 1991, she won two World Titles , breaking world records at 100 and 200 metres backstroke, bettering records seven and five years old. In 1992, she won three individual golds, and she tripled in the 200 m back at Atlanta.
|Women's Individual combined||7th||14th||416|
|Women's Team combined||fourth||fifth||650|
|Women's Uneven Bars||bronze||640|
|Women's 100 metres Butterfly||R1:22nd||R1:15th||13|
|Women's 100 metres Breaststroke||R1:23rd||0.256|
|Women's 200 metres Individual Medley||R1:17th||4|
|Women's 400 metres Individual Medley||8th||384|
|Women's 4x100 metres Medley Relay||sixth||FI:dnf||224|
Written 2002-10-28 - last modified 2023-01-24
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