Rio 2016
-643 days
Pyeongchang 2018
-1196 days
Tokyo 2020
-2092 days
Results for the letter D, page 5 of 6
Previous - ... 2 3 4 5 6 - Next


DOP
The word doping that we use today was drawn form this word of African. It was used to designate a drink made from cola nuts and containing alcohol and xanthine, a compound of caffeine.The athletes who...


DOPING
Like all big international tournaments, the Olympic games has not escaped from doping. The scandal that sticks in the memory is the banning of Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson after the final of the 100 ...


DORESTE Jose Luis (1956) Luis (1961) Spain / Yachting
Born in the Canaries, the Doreste brothers discovered sailing in very early childhood. In parallel to brilliant studies at university, they pursued a training programme which led the younger of the tw...


DOUILLET David (1969) France / Judo
David Douillet became a legend by becoming judo world champion in all categories in '95. It was the first time that a Frenchman hand rubbed the Japanese faces in the sand. Already world champion in th...


DRAGILA Stacy (1971) United States / Track and field
Although Stacy Dragila won the first women's Olympic pole-vault gold medal in Sydney in 2000, the American started out as a heptathlete, where she was seen as a major hopeful. However, her coach asked...


DRAVES Victoria (1924) United States / Diving
Dominating the diving event at the London games in 1948, the American champion won the gold medal for both the high diving and the springboard. ...


DREAM TEAM
This was the nickname that journalists gave to the professional team that represented America at the Barcelona games.Assured of success from the beginning of the tournament, the American team included...


DRECHSLER Heike (1964) Germany / Track and field
Having abandoned athletics for a while to be with her son, Heike Drechsler dedicated to him her gold medal won in the long jump at the Barcelona games of '92. In spite of a no more than ordinary jump ...


DRUT Guy (1950) France / Track and field
From the North of France, Guy Drut won the gold medal for the 110 m hurdles in Montreal in '76, four years after having finished second in Munich. His victory ended 48 years of domination of the event...


DUCHESNAY Paul and Isabelle - France / Figure skating
This brother and sister team of French Canadian figure skaters succeeded in winning over the crowds but rarely the judges. It was thus that having become world champions, they were beaten by the Russi...


Previous - ... 2 3 4 5 6 - Next




A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Copyright Dicolympic - Contact - Conception WFHCustoms