Great Olympians

Biographies - SAR


Franco Sar

B. 1933-12-21, Arborea, Italy; D. 2018-10-01
Athletics - Track & Field
1960 1964 HP
Men's Decathlon sixth 13th 998.4
998.4


Jesús Sarabia Romero

B. 1946-01-13, Ciudad de México, Mexico
Cycling - Road
1968 1972 HP
Men's Road Race 43rd 9th 240.0000384
240.0000384


Ampol Saranont

represented Thailand
Basketball
1956 HP
Men's Team 15th 5
5


Efstathios Sarantos

B. 1952-05-16, represented Greece
Aquatics - Water Polo
1972 HP
Men's Team R1:5th 8.6
8.6


Carlo Saraudi

B. 1899-02-04, Civitavecchia, Italy; D. 1973
Boxing
1924 HP
Men's Light-Heavyweight (-79.4 kg) fourth 2400
2400


Giulio Saraudi

B. 1938-07-03, Civitavecchia, Italy; D. 2005-04-20
Boxing (1 bronze)
1960 HP
Men's Light−Heavyweight (-81 kg) bronze 3120
3120


(Erik) Rickard Sarby

B. 1912-09-19, Dannemora, Sweden; D. 1977-02-0
Sailing (1 bronze)
1948 1952 1956 HP
One-Person Dinghy (Firefly) fourth 8514
One-Person Dinghy (Finn) bronze fifth
8514

He designed the "Finn" class, which would be the official one-person Olympic type from 1952 to 1988.


Arcadie Sarcadi

B. 1925-01-15, Aiud, Romania
Aquatics - Water Polo
1952 HP
Men's Team R1 0.98
0.98


Gianfranco Sardagna

B. 1935-05-28, Gorizia, Italy
Besketball
1960 1964 HP
Men's Team fourth fifth 1300
1300


Muhammad Sardar

B. 1944-03-02, Lahore, Pakistan
Freestyle Wrestling
1968 HP
Men's Bantamweight (-57 kg) 10th 150
150


Luis Sardella

B. 1911-07-11, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boxing
1932 HP
Men's Welterweight (-66.7 kg) R1 79.13
79.13


Armando Sardi

B. 1942-09-15, Monza, Italy
Athletics - Track & Field
1960 HP
Men's 200 metres R1:30th 0.01
Men's 4x100 metres Relay fourth 400
400.01


Enrico Sardi

B. 1891-04-01, Genoa, Italy; D. 1969-07-04
Football
1912 1920 HP
Men's Team QF sixth 484
484

Olympic Competitor nr 5161


Francisco Javier Sardo Olmedo

B. 1949-11-12, Mazatlán, Sin., Mexico
Athletics
1968 HP
Men's 4x400 m Relay R1:14th 4
4


Konstantin Sardzhev

B. 1943-04-17, Sofia, Bulgaria
Modern Pentathlon
1968 HP
Men's Individual 35th -2.13
Men's Team 11th 16
16.00125


Carlos Sareisian

B. 1916-01-03, represented Argentina
Bobsleigh
1952 HP
Men's Four 8th 192
192


Sydney Sarel

Olympic Competitor nr 3504


André Sarens

Olympic Competitor nr 4091


Marcos Sarfatti

B. 1929-04-26, represented Argentina
Boxing
1952 HP
Men's Welterweight (-67 kg) R1 1.253
1.253


James Fred Robert "Dick" Sargeant

B. 1936-03-17, Kobe, Japan, represented Australia
Sailing (1 gold)
1964 1968 HP
Two−Person Heavyweight Dinghy (Flying Dutchman) fourth 8400
5.5 metres Class gold
8400


Joanne Sargent

B. 1948-10-29, McBride, BC, Canada
Basketball
1976 HP
Women's Team sixth 320
320


Hızır Sarı

B. 1951-02-19, represented Turkey
Greco-Roman Wrestling
1972 HP
Men's Light-Flyweight (-48 kg) 13th 38.4
38.4


Mehmet Sarı

B. 1948-01-29, Tarsus, Türkiye
Freestyle Wrestling
1976 HP
Men's Lightweight (-68 kg) 18th 3.84
3.84


Ruhi Sarıalp

B. 1924-12-15, Manisa, Turkey; D. 2004-03-05
Athletics (1 bronze)
1948 HP
Men's 4x100 m Relay R1:dnf 2.5
Men's Triple Jump bronze 3840
3842.5


Cemil Sarıbacak

B. 1927, represented Turkey
Freestyle Wrestling
1952 HP
Men's Bantamweight (-57 kg) fifth 1500
1500


Predrag Sarić

B. 1921-06-24, Velika Mučna, Croatia, represented Yugoslavia; D. 1979-10-16
Rowing
1948 HP
Men's Coxed Pairs (SF:2nd) 1350
Men's Eights Rep:3rd 26
1376


Georgios Saridakis

Olympic Competitor nr 3083


Ioannis Saridakis

Olympic Competitor nr 2456


Toivo Kalervo Sariola

B. 1914-06-26, Zelenogorsk, then and now in Russia, represented Finland; D. 1985-04-03
Athletics - Track and Field
1936 HP
Men's 100 metres R1:4th 0.00009
Men's 4x100 metres Relay R1:4th 17
17.00009


Sárkány István

B. 1913-08-05, Tököl, Hungary; D. 2009-11-27
Gymnastics
1936 HP
Men's Individual combined (6 apparatuses) 64th -
Men's Team combined 7th 100
Men's Floor Exercise 70th -
Men's Vault 31st 0.0016
Men's Parallel Bars 76th -
Men's Horizontal Bar 58th -
Men's Rings 29th 0.004
Men's Pommeled Horse 77th -
100.0056


Sárkány Miklós

B. 1908-08-15, Budapest, Hungary; D. 1998-12-20
Water Polo (2 gold)
1932 1936 HP
Men's Team gold gold 6400
6400


Piloo Sarkari

B. 1927, represented India
Cycling - Track
1948 HP
Men's Team Pursuit QU:15th 7.5
7.5


Sárközi István

B. 1947-10-21, Jásztherény, Hungary; D. 1992-01-31
Football (1 gold)
1968 HP
Men's Team (gold) 287
287


Unio Sarlin

B. 1893-01-06, Helsinki, Finland, then part of Russia; D. 1981-03-19
Shooting
1924 HP
Men's Rapid-Fire Pistol 7th 600
600

Unio Sarlin and Einar Liberg were among the eight shooters who scored a perfect 18, and among the three who were eliminated after the second shoot-off. Their score in that round is not known, but the Official report lists Arnaud, Marquis de Castelbajac as sixth, and Sarlin before Liberg among the "non-classés". I place Sarlin seventh and Liberg eighth, with due reservation.


Sarlós György

B. 1940-07-29, Budapest, Hungary
Rowing
1960 1964 1968 1972 HP
Men's Coxless Pairs Rep:3rd 18.13
Men's Coxless Fours Rep:2nd silver 3204
3222.13


Sarlós József

B. 1909-07-08, Štúrovo, Slovakia, then part of Hungary, represented Hungary; D. 1996-07-09
Gymnastics
1936 HP
Men's Individual combined (6 apparatuses) 71st -
Men's Team combined 7th 100
Men's Floor Exercise 72nd -
Men's Vault 70th -
Men's Parallel Bars 75th -
Men's Horizontal Bar 50th -
Men's Rings 23rd 0.064
Men's Pommeled Horse 81st -
100.064


Victoriano Sarmientos Bios

B. 1956-12-18, represented Cuba
Volleyball (1 bronze)
1976 HP
Men's Team bronze 1280
1280


Mirosława Sarna

B. 1942-06-08, Łódż, Poland
Athletics
1968 HP
Women's Long Jump fifth 1500
Women's 4x100 m Relay R1:7th 5.2
1505.2


Craig Brian Sarner

B. 1949-06-20, Saint Paul, Minn., USA
Ice Hockey (1 silver)
1972 HP
Men's Team silver 2000
2000


Klas Särner

B. 1891-12-25, Habo, Sweden; D. 1980-01-22
Gymnastics (1 gold)
1920 HP
Men's Team combined, Swedish system gold 1600
1600


Franz Josef Sarnitz

B. 1919-04-14, Wien, Austria; D. 1992-12-08
Shooting
1960 HP
Men's Trap 28th 0.0384
0.0384


Giuseppe Saronni

B. 1957-09-22, Novara, Italy
Cycling - Track
1976 HP
Men's Team Pursuit QF 430.5
430.5


Sárosi László

B. 1946-10-12, Budapest, Hungary
Aquatics - Water Polo (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
1968 1972 1976 HP
Men's Team bronze silver gold 8100
8100


Abdoulaye Sarr

B. 1947-12-09, represented Senegal
Athletics - Track & Field
1972 1976 1980 HP
Men's 110 m Hurdles R1:17th R1:18th R1:17th 15.84
15.84


Ambroise Sarr

B. 1950-12-14, represented Senegal
Greco-Roman Wrestling & Freestyle Wrestling
1976 1980 1984 1988 HP
GR Men's Light-Heavyweight (-90 kg) 13th 50.7
GR Men's Heavyweight (-100 kg) Grp:8th
FR Men's Light-Heavyweight (-90 kg) 12th 378
FR Men's Heavyweight (-100 kg) 9th Grp:5th
438.7


Laurent Sarr

B. 1943, Pointe-Sarène, Senegal
Athletics
1968 HP
Men's Long Jump QU:20th 1.5
1.5


Mamadou Sarr

B. 1938-08-11, Saint Louis, Senegal
Athletics - Track & Field
1964 1968 HP
Men's 400 metres Hurdles R1:25th SF:8th 12.45
Men's 4x400 metres Relay R1:12th 10
22.45


Émile Pierre Sarrade

B. 1877-03-10, Paris, France; D. 1953-10-14
Rugby & Tug-of-War (1 gold, 1 silver)
1900 HP
Men's Rugby Team gold 3200
Men's Tug-of-War Team silver 2000
5200

Olympic Competitor nr 1029


Jean Sarrazin

B. 1934-02-05, Saint Nizier, France
Equestrianism - Eventing
1968 HP
Three-Day Event, Individual 32nd -2.50
Three-Day Event, Team fourth 400
400.005


Raoul Sarrazin

B. 1938-07-26, Saint-Barthélemy, Québ., Canada
Boxing
1960 HP
Men's Light−Welterweight (-63 kg) R2 1.02
1.02


(Pablo) Jorge Sarria Goicoechea

B. 1915-05-13, Callao, Peru
Fencing
1948 HP
Men's Sabre, Individual QF:6th 0.455
0.455


Luis Javier Sarría Pescador

B. 1949-05-08, Larache, Morocco, represented Spain
Athletics - Track & Field
1972 1976 HP
Men's 4x100 m Relay R1:dnf SF:dnf 2.06
2.06


María Elena Sarría Díaz

B. 1954-09-14, Cienfuegos, Cuba
Athletics - Track and Field
1976 1980 HP
Women's Shot Put 11th 9th 336
336


Giulio Sarrocchi

B. 1887-05-24, Roma, Italy; D. 1971-07-18
Fencing (1 gold, 1 silver)
1924 1928 HP
Men's Sabre, Individual FI:dns 50
Men's Sabre, Team gold silver 2600
2650


Andrew Sartee

B. 1949-03-16, represented Liberia
Athletics - Track & Field
1972 HP
Men's 100 metres R1:77th -11.40
-11.40


Leon Sarteel

B. 1882, Gent, Belgium; D. 1942
Art Competitions
1928 HP
Sculpture, Statues AC 40.08
40.08


Alain Sarteur

B. 1946-06-17, Plailly, France
Athletics - Track & Field
1972 HP
Men's 100 metres SF:5th 130
130


Angelo Sartini

Olympic Competitor nr 2753


Ampélio Sartor

B. 1921-05-28, Montebelluna, Italy, lived in Libourne, represented France
Rowing
1948 HP
Men's Coxed Pairs SF:2nd 1350
1350


Aristide Sartor

B. 1923-07-28, Montebelluna, Italy, lived in Libourne, represented France
Rowing
1948 HP
Men's Coxed Pairs SF:2nd 1350
1350


José Victorio Sartor

B. 1928-04-05, represented Argentina; D. 1982-08-24
Boxing
1952 HP
Men's Heavyweight (+81 kg) R1 4.05
4.05


Alessio Sartori

Italy
Rowing (1 gold, 1 bronze)
1996 2000 2004 HP
Double Sculls bronze 4000
Quadruple Sculls fourth gold 7500
11500


Athanase Sartori

Olympic Competitor nr 5305


Giovanni "Gianni" Sartori

B. 1946-12-02, Pozzoleone, Italy
Cycling - Track
1968 HP
Men's Time Trial fourth 2400
2400


Ítalo José Sartori de Zanno

B. 1919-11-29, Mariano del Friuli, Italy, represented Argentina
Rowing
1948 HP
Men's Coxed Fours Rep:2nd 10.88
10.88


Marco Enrico Sartori

B. 1938-12-14, Milano, Italy
Sailing
1964 HP
Two−Person Heavyweight Dinghy (Flying Dutchman) 10th 125
125


Émile Sartorius

Olympic Competitor nr 4765


Paul Hélène Marie Joseph Sartorius

B. 1912-09-20, Roubaix, France; D. 2002-11
Hockey
1936 HP
Men's Team fourth 800
800


Vicente Sartorius y Cabeza de Vaca

B. 1931-11-30, Madrid, Spain; D. 2002-07-22
Bobsleigh
1956 HP
Two‐Man fourth 2000
Four‐Man 9th 120
2120


Marcel Sartos

represented Belgium
Boxing
1928 HP
Men's Flyweight (-50.8 kg) R2 79.13
79.13


Ram Sarup

represented India
Wrestling - Freestyle
1956 HP
Men's Featherweight (-62 kg) 8th 384
384


Saruwatari Taketsugu

B. 1942-12-23, Fukuoka, Japan
Athletics - Track & Field
1964 1968 HP
Men's 3000 metres Steeplechase R1:14th R1:9th 24.102
24.102


Ghulam Sarwar

B. 1937-10-25, Kohat, K-P, (now) Pakistan
Boxing
1960 1964 HP
Men's Lightweight (-60 kg) R2 R3 80.15
80.15


Tatyana Filippovna Sarycheva

B. 1949-02-07, New York, USA, lived in Moskva, Russia, represented the Soviet Union
Volleyball (2 gold)
1968 1972 HP
Women's Team gold gold 6400
6400


Pietro Sarzano

Olympic Competitor nr 4174


Written 2000-12-14 - last modified 2023-01-03

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