Great Olympians

Biographies - JAG


Juozas Jagelavičius

B. 1939-01-12, Džuginėriai, Lithuania, represented the Soviet Union; D. 2000-06-17
Rowing (1 bronze)
1964 1968 HP
Men's Eights fifth bronze 1780
1780


Hans Jagenburg

B. 1894-08-18, Rydboholm, Sweden; D. 1971-01-05
Athletics
1920 HP
High Jump 9th 240
240


Adolf Jäger

Olympic Competitor nr 5188


Herbert Jäger

B. 1926-02-15, Wuppertal, N-W, Germany
Football
1952 HP
Men's Team fourth 800
800


Regina Jäger

B. 1960-11-01, Dessau, S-A, Germany, represented East Germany
Aquatics - Swimming
1976 HP
Women's 400 m Freestyle 10th 100
Women's 800 m Freestyle 7th 400
500


Thomas Jager

USA
Swimming (5 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
1984 1988 1992 HP
50 m Free-style - silver bronze 6560
4 x 100 m Free-style Relay (gold) gold gold 3264
4 x 100 m Medley Relay (gold) (gold) - 128
9952

World Champion at 50 m in 1986 and '91.
He swam in the heats of the 4x100 m freestyle and the 4x100m medley relay in 1984, and the USA went on to win those titles, so he actually also won two gold medals in 1984. However, I have decided not to include the heat swimmers.


Amy Jagger

B. 1908-05-14, Halifax, England, Great Britain; D. 1993-11
Gymnastics (1 bronze)
1928 HP
Women's Team Combined bronze 1280
1280


Louis Jäggi

B. 1948-11-17, represented Switzerland
Cross Country Skiing
1972 HP
Men's 50 kilometres 23rd 0.256
0.256


G. M. Jagi

represented Afghanistan
Hockey
1948 HP
Men's team R1:3rd 136
136


Henryk Jogodziński

B. 1925-11-25, Bedzin, Poland; D. 2002-01-06
Rowing
1952 1956 HP
Men's Coxed Pairs fourth 2750
Men's Coxless Fours fifth
2750


Written 2000-12-22 - last modified 2022-06-15

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