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EAGAN Edward (1897-1967) United States / Track and field and Bobsled
Many before him had tried but whereas they failed, Eagan succeeded. He is the only athlete to have won two Olympic gold medals at the summer and winter games. Light-heavyweight Olympic boxing champion...


EDSTROM Sigfried (1870 - 1952) - Sweden / IOC
This Swede became president of the IOC in 1942 after the death of Count Baillet-Latour, having already been Vice-President for ten years.A brilliant athlete in the past, Sigfried Edstrom took part in ...


EDWARDS Hugh (1906 - 1972) Great Britain / Rowing
Nicknamed "Jumbo", this English rower won two gold medals at the Los Angeles games in 1932, winning in the coxless pairs and coxless fours.As regards stamina, this champion was without equal. ...


EDWARDS Jonathan (1966) Great Britain / Track and field
"I'm the best triple-jumper of all times." It is with these words that Jonathan Edwards' biography begins. In fact, it's quite right. The Englishman holds the world record in the long-jump, at 18.29m,...


EDWARDS Teresa (1964) United States / Basket-ball
Having won the Olympic women's basketball tournament four times, the American celebrated her last victory in Sydney as team captain. She was barely 20 when she became an Olympic champion in Los Angele...


EGERSZEGI Krystina (1974) Hungary / Swimming
This Hungarian was the best woman backstroke swimmer of the nineties. Already a gold medallist in Seoul in the 200 m backstroke, she carried out a grand slam in Barcelona, winning the 100 m, 200 m and...


EGOROVA Ljubov - Russia / Nordic skiing
This pretty long-distance skier whose first name means "love" was one of the queens of the Albertville games winning three events.She repeated this feat two years later in Lillehammer, winning the 5, ...


EKIMOV Vlatcheslav (1966) Russia / Cycling
This Russian cyclist made a big impression at his last Olympics in Sydney. In the time trial he beat two of the greatest champions of the present time, Jan Ullrich and Lance Armstrong, who had been ex...


EL GUERROUJ Hicham (1974) Morocco / Track and Field
The laurel wreath was waiting for Hicham El Guerrouj in Sydney. The world's best middle-distance specialist had to win the 1500 metres. After all, he had won all the meetings including two world champ...


EL MOUTAWAKIL Nawal (1962) Morocco / Track and field
This Moroccan athlete was the first African woman to have won an Olympic gold medal. She won the 1500 m at the games in Los Angeles in '84 at the same time as her countrywoman Aouita tasted success. A...


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