|Men's 100 metres||QF:6th||0.364|
|Men's 4x100 m Relay||R1:6th||QF:8th||2.141|
|Men's Road Race||dnf||-28.60|
|Men's 100 km Team Time Trial||33rd||-2.19|
|Women's 200 metres Individual Medley||FI:dq||R1:20th||257|
|Women's 400 metres Individual Medley||fifth||R1:25th||1000.1|
|Women's 4x100 m Freestyle Relay||7th||100|
Olympic Competitor nr 3615
Olympic Competitor nr 3928
Although he was born in Prague and also died in Czechoslovakia, he competed on the Austrian, not the Bohemian team, so I class him as Austrian.
The only man to start in both the Marathon and the Cross-Country (on consecutive days), but he finished neither race
|Two-Person Keelboat (Swallow)||fifth||1250|
B. 1868, Wisconsin, United States
Olympic Competitor nr 1805
B. 1891-07-21, Klodzko, near Breslau, now in Poland, represented Germany
Olympic Competitor nr 5678
|Men's Foil, Team||R1:3rd||9.1|
Olympic Competitor nr 2353
|Women's High Jump||fourth||2400|
In 1938 it was discovered that she may have been a man, with mixed sexual characteristics.
Later it was discovered that she was born male, with the given name Heinrich (Heinz).
Some maintain that the switch was a Nazi plot in order to win more medals, but it seems clear that she was indeed (at least partly) female.
|Men's Kayak Doubles 500 m||fifth||750|
|Men's Kayak Doubles 1000 m||silver||3000|
|Men's Kayak Fours 1000 m||8th||fifth||628|
|Men's Lightweight (-68 kg)||R1:3nd||2.241|
|One-person Dinghy (Snowbird)||sixth||960|
|Two-person Keelboat (Star)||silver||5000|
Olympic Competitor nr 4563
|4 x 7.5 km Relay||dnf||4|
|Women's Javelin Throw||14th||24|
B. 1962-04-27, Helsinki, Finland
Track & Field (1 silver, 2 bronze)
|Men's Javelin Throw||bronze||silver||bronze||15048|
World Champion in 1987.
Written 2001-01-29 - last modified 2021-12-30
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