Great Olympians

Biographies - HAU


Léopold Hauben

B. 1912-02-20, Liège, Belgium
Fencing
1948 HP
Men's Épée, Team SF:3rd 205
205


Frank Haubold

B. 1906-03-23, Union City, NJ, USA; D. 1985-03
Gymnastics (1 silver, 1 bronze)
1928 1932 1936 HP
Men's Individual Combined (9 events) 47th sixth 83rd 640
Men's Team Combined 7th silver 10th 1125
Men's Vault 65th 77th -
Men's Parallel Bars 41st 11th 80th 16
Men's Horizontal Bar 55th 79th -
Men's Rings 58th 89th -
Men's Pommeled Horse 30th bronze 58th 640
Men's Floor Exercise fourth 83rd 400
2821


Irma Haubold

B. 1908-11-20, Union City, NJ, USA; D. 1996-04-04
Gymnastics
1936 HP
Women's Team combined fifth 500
500


Roger Haudegand

B. 1932-02-20, Marly, France; D. 2017-05-19
Basketball
1952 1956 HP
Men's Team (8th) fourth 928
928


Henry Hauenstein

Olympic Competitor nr 6774


Torodd Hilding Hauer

B. 1922-07-08, Tingelstad, Norway; D. 2010-12-04
Speed Skating
1948 HP
Men's 500 metres sixth 640
640


Charles Hauert

B. 1908-04-26, represented Switzerland
Fencing
1936 HP
Men's Épée, Team R1:3rd 0.936
0.936


Jean Hauert

B. 1911-10-30, from Zürich, represented Switzerland
Fencing
1936 1948 HP
Men's Épée, Individual SF:10th 1.625
Men's Épée, Team R1:3rd SF:4th 82.936
84.561


Claude A. M. Hauet

B. 1925-03-25, represented France
Hockey
1948 1952 HP
Men's team R1:4th R1 68
68


Jean Hauet

B. 1925-03-25, represented France
Hockey
1948 1952 HP
Men's team R1:4th R1 99
99


Birger Haug

B. 1908-08-19, Verdal, Norway; D. 1981-01-16
Athletics
1932 HP
Men's High Jump 9th 240
240


Otto Haug

Olympic Competitor nr 2934


Thorleif Haug

B. 1894-09-28, Årkvisla, near Drammen, Norway; D. 1934-12-12
Nordic Skiing (3 gold)
1924 HP
Individual Nordic Combined gold 9600
18 km gold 6400
50 km gold 6400
Ski Jump fourth 2400
24800

An outstanding skier, but he had to wait till his 30 for the Olympic opportunity.
Originally, Haug had received the bronze medal in the Jump. In 1974, a mistake was detected in the results of the ski jump. The bronze medal was then awarded to Anders Haugen of the USA.
Haug won the famous Holmenkollen 50 km race six times and the combined event three times.
His memory was honoured with a lifesize stone statue in Drammen.


Anders Haugen

B. 1888-10-24, Bø, Norway, represented the USA; D. 1984-04-14
Cross-Country Skiing & Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined
1924 1928 HP
Men's 18 km 33rd 43rd 0.002626
Men's Ski Jumping bronze 18th 3843.84
Men's Nordic Combined 21st 25th 1.11
3844.952626

Originally he was placed fourth in the ski jumping at Chamonix, behind Thorleif Haug. In 1974, a Norwegian historian discovered that Haug's score was an error. They arranged for a special ceremony, at which Haug's daughter presented the bronze medal to Haugen.


Arve Margido Haugen

B. 1943-05-28, Trondheim, Norway
Cycling - Road
1972 HP
Men's Road Race dnf -28.60
Men's 100 km Team Time Trial fourth 1200
1200


Leif Haugen

B. 1917-09-22, Lillehammer, Norway; D? 2001-02-26
Cross-Country Skiing
1948 HP
Men's 50 km dnf 0.0256
0.0256


Ragnar Haugen

B. 1911-08-25, Oslo, Norway; D. 1964-10-08
Boxing
1936 HP
Men's Lightweight (-61.2 kg) R2 79.13
79.13


Stein Erik Haugen

B. 1933-01-10, Lom, Norway; D. 2008-03-31
Athletics - Track & Field
1960 HP
Men's Discus Throw 11th 96
96


Villy Haugen

B. 1944-09-27, Leksvik, Norway
Speed Skating (1 bronze)
1964 HP
Men's 500 metres 8th 256
Men's 1500 metres bronze 2560
2816


(Karl) Eugen Haugland

B. 1912-07-12, Stavanger, Norway; D. 1990-10-21
Athletics - Track and Field
1936 HP
Men's Triple Jump 14th 24
24


Sverre Ingolf Haugli

B. 1925-04-23, Jevnaker, Norway; D. 1986-10-18
Speed Skating (1 bronze)
1952 1956 HP
Men's 5000 metres bronze 2560
Men's 10000 metres sixth fourth 2240
4800


Ștefan Haukler

B. 1942-03-9, Satu Mare, Romania; D. 2006-11-23
Fencing
1964 1968 1972 HP
Men's Foil, Individual QF:5th QF:6th 0.508
Men's Foil, Team sixth fourth 7th/8th 642
Men's Épée, Individual R2:5th ElR1 0.094
642.602


Hauler László

B. 1884-06-26 Craidorolt, Satu Mare, Romania, competed for Hungary

Olympic Competitor nr 5098


Adolphe Hauman

from Gent, represented Belgium
Athletics
1920 HP
Men's Javelin Throw QU:18th 3.84
3.84


Finn Haunstoft

B. 1928-07-08, Århus, Denmark; D. 2008-05-15
Canoeing - Flatwater Canadian (1 gold)
1952 1956 HP
Men's Canadian Doubles 1000m gold 8000
Men's Canadian Doubles 10000m sixth 800
8800


Josef Haunzwickel

B. 1915-01-04, Wien, Austria; D. 2001-05-19
Athletics - Track and Field
1936 HP
Men's Pole Vault sixth 960
960


Franz Haupert

B. 1907-10-27, Clemency, Luxembourg; D. 1996-06-30
Gymnastics
1936 HP
Men's Individual combined (6 apparatuses) 92nd -
Men's Team combined 12th 10
Men's Floor Exercise 100th -
Men's Vault 80th -
Men's Parallel Bars 98th -
Men's Horizontal Bar 94th -
Men's Rings 79th -
Men's Pommeled Horse 79th -
10


Norbert Pierre Haupert

B. 1940-04-02, Schifflange, Luxembourg
Athletics - Track & Field
1960 HP
Men's 800 metres R1:4th 0.0075
Men's 4x400 metres Relay R1:5th 0.68
0.6875


Gabriele "Gabi" Haupt

B. 1942-03-01, Zwickau, Sachsen, Germany, represented East Germany
Cross Country Skiing
1972 HP
Women's 5 kilometres 20th 1
Women's 10 kilometres 18th 2.56
Women's 3x5 km Relay fifth 250
253.56


Leslie Arthur "Les" Haupt

B. 1939-03-29, Cape Town, South Africa
Cycling - Track
1960 HP
Men's 1000 m Time Trial 9th 240
Men's Tandem Rep1:dns 50
290


Jean Hauptmanns

Olympic Competitor nr 6166


Max Hauri

B. 1941-12-30, represented Switzerland; D. 2015-12-06
Equestrianism - Jumping
1964 1968 1972 HP
Three−Day Event, Individual dnf -10.32
Three−Day Event, Team (sixth) -
Jumping, Individual 10th 30th 125.0125
Jumping, Team 9th fifth 290
415.0125


Ivan Zanoni Hausen

B. 1927-11-02, Santa Maria, RGdS, Brazil; D. 2003-04-21
Athletics
1948 HP
Men's 100 m QF:4th 14.5
Men's 200 m QF:4th 14.5
Men's 4x100 m Relay R1:3rd 68
97


Daniel Hauser

B. 1930, represented Switzerland
Freestyle Wrestling
1952 HP
Men's Welterweight (-73 kg) 14th 24
24


Eduard "Edi" Hauser

B. 1948-11-26, represented Switzerland
Cross Country Skiing (1 bronze)
1972 1976 1980 HP
Men's 15 kilometres 11th 17th 68
Men's 30 kilometres 14th 25th 15th 26.1
Men's 4x10 km Relay bronze fifth 7th 990
1084.1


Edouard Hauser

represented Switzerland
Aquatics - Water Polo
1948 HP
Men's Team R1:3rd 5.38
5.38


Georges Hauser

represented Switzerland
Aquatics - Water Polo
1948 HP
Men's Team R1:3rd 5.38
5.38


Heinz Hauser

B. 1920-12-23, Waltersdorf, Sachsen, Germany; D. 1996-11-22
Nordic Combined & Cross-Country Skiing
Nordic Combined 1952 1956 HP
Men's Individual 15th 21st 15.96
Cross-Country Skiing 1952 HP
Men's 18 km 54th 0.00000016
Men's 4x10 km Relay 7th 100
115.96000016


Josef Hauser (1)

B. 1910-03-10, from München, represented Germany; D. 1981-08-10
Aquatics - Water Polo (1 silver)
1936 HP
Men's Team silver 2000
2000


Josef Hauser (2)

B. 1940-02-29, represented Austria
Cross Country Skiing
1972 HP
Men's 30 kilometres dnf -7.16
Men's 4x10 km Relay dnf 4
4.000000016

There should be some doubt as to whether this athlete actually competed, as he did not finish any of his two (or three) races. The Austrian relay team is however credited with 13th place after the first rider (with Japan credited with 14th), So Hauser, as second runner, must have started, though he did not finish the lap. Similarly, he is not recorded with even a first intermediate time in the 30 km race - but none of the non-finishers were. In between those two events was held the 15 kilometres, for which Hause was entered, but he did not start.


Thomas Hauser

B. 1953-10-27, Zell am Ziller, Austria
Alpine Skiing
1976 HP
Men's Giant Slalom dnf -15.40
-15.40


Walter Hauser

B. 1943-09-23, represented Switzerland
Weightlifting
1972 HP
Men's Light-Heavyweight (-82.5 kg) dnf 0.24
0.24


Hans Haußmann

B. 1900-03-30, from Heidelberg, represented Germany; D. 1972-09-01
Hockey (1 bronze)
1928 HP
Men's Team (bronze) 800
800


Kriemhild Hausmann

competed in 1964 as

Kriemhild Limberg-Hausmann

B. 1934-09-08, Duisburg, N-W, Germany
Athletics - Track & Field
1960 1964 HP
Women's Discus Throw fourth 7th 3000
3000


Werner Hausmann

B. 1923-10-31, Biberist, Switzerland; D. 2001-11-29
Hockey
1960 HP
Men's Team 15th 5
5


Gerhard Hausner

B. 1947-09-25, Wien, Austria
Ice Hockey
1968 1972 1976 HP
Men"s Team 13th 8th 140.8
140.8


Gudrun Hauss

B. 1948-04-17, Viersen, N-W, Germany, represented West Germany
Figure Skating
1968 HP
Mixed Pairs 8th 320
320


Sonnhilde Hausschild

competed in 1960 as

Sonnhilde Kallus

B. 1935-09-01, Frauenstein, Sachs., Germany; D. 2007-06-20
Cross-Country Skiing
1956 1960 HP
Women's 10 kilometres 20th 18th 4.45
Women's 3x5 kilometres Relay 7th fifth 350
354.45


Heinz Häussler

B. 1940-11-07, Lindau im Bodensee, Bay., Germany, represented West Germany
Artistic Gymnastics
1968 1972 HP
Men's Individual All-Round 45th R1:52nd 0.0000104
Men's Team All-Round 8th fifth 314
314.0000104


Unto Hautalahti

B. 1936-03-11, Nivala, Finland
Cycling - Road
1960 HP
Men's Road Race 59th -7.24
Men's 100 kilometres Team Time Trial 20th 0.75
0.75


Erkki Johannes Hautamäki

B. 1930-08-28, Lapua, Finland
Athletics - Track & Field
1952 HP
Men's Decathlon dnf 0.0384
0.0384


Matti Hautamäki

B. 1981-07-14, Oulu, Finland
Ski Jumping (3 silver, 1 bronze)
2002 2006 2010 HP
Normal Hill sixth silver - 4640
Large Hill bronze fifth 26th 3560.064
Team silver silver fourth 2640
10840.064


Hautzinger Sándor

represented Hungary
Rowing
1908 1912 1920 1924 1928 HP
Men's Coxed Fours Rep:3rd Rep2 1024.65
Men's Eights R1
1024.65

Olympic Competitor nr 4628


Written 2000-12-01 - last modified 2022-05-27

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