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D'INZEO Raimondo (1925) Italy / Equestrian
This Italian police officer in the "carabaneri" regiment was one of the very best horse riders of his generation. The show jumping world champion in 1960, he won the Olympic title that same year in fr...


D'ORIOLA Christian (1928 - 2007) France / Fencing
Cousin of the famous two times Olympic horse riding champion, Jonquères d'Oriola, Christian D'Oriola's career in fencing was at least as brilliant as that of his renowned relative. The world champion ...


DAEHLIE Bjorn (1967) Norway / Nordic skiing
Winner of three gold medals at the Albertville games, over 15, 50 km and in the relay, this cross country skier narrowly lost out on a 4th gold medal in the 30 km event. His success enabled Norway to ...


DAL ZOTTO Fabio (1957) Italy / Fencing
This student from Venice celebrated his 19th birthday with an Olympic title in the foil fencing event during the Montreal games in '76. At the time, he was the youngest Olympic champion in the individ...


DANIELS Charles (1885-1973) United States / Swimming
Alongside the Hungarian Von Halmay, he was the best swimmer in the 1904 Saint Louis games. Daniels invented the American crawl, the stroke that is practiced today, as opposed to the Australian crawl, ...


DANILOVA Olga (1974) Russia / Nordic skiing
The cross-country skier Olga Danilova won two Olympic titles at the Nagano games of '98, first over 15 km and then in the team relay event. In the other two events, however, her compatriot Larissa Laz...


DARNYI Tamas (1967) Hungary / Swimming
This Hungarian swimmer, victim of a retinal infection at the age of 15 years old, enjoyed an outstanding seven year period in which he remained undefeated, culminating with his third and fourth gold m...


DASSLER Adie and Horst (Germany)
A small-time cobbler in Herzogenaurach, Germany, Adie Dassler could not have been aware of the impact that the brand he created would have on the world of sport for years to come. It was he who design...


DAVENPORT Lindsay (1976) United States / Tennis
Olympic champion at the Atlanta games in '96 having beaten Spain's Sanchez-Vicario, this tournament foreshadowed the irresistible rise of the American tennis player. After the games, she moved on to t...


DAVID Franck (1970) France / Yachting
Windsurfing is a speciality of the French, yet since this sport's introduction into the games at Los Angeles in 1984, not one Frenchman or Frenchwoman had won a medal in this discipline. In Barcelona,...


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