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FIEDLER Jens (1970) Germany / Cycling
As the Olympic speed cycling champion in Barcelona, this German rider arrived at the Atlanta Games as the favourite. The combination of an impressive physique, ice-cold nerves and his way of intimidat...


FIKOTOVA Olga (1932) Czech Republic and CONOLLY Harold (1931) United States / Track and field
It is not so much the Olympic titles won by the Czech Olga Fikotova and her fellow discuss thrower, the American Connolly, at the Melbourne games in '56 that is worthy of fame.Indeed, the most spectac...


FILM
Films about the Olympics are rare, yet the history of the movement is marked by wonderful stories, such as the one that is recounted in the film "Chariots of FireĽ a representation of the lives of th...


FINDLAY Conn (1930) United States / Yachting
Have boat, will win ; this could be the Olympic motto for this American champion who twice won gold, in the 1956 games in Melbourne and the 1964 games in Tokyo, and won one bronze at the Rome games in...


FINLAND
A neighbour of Russia, Finland is a great sporting nation which has given to Olympic history such famous names as Paavo Nurmi, the great cross country skier of the twenties or Lasse Viren, an Olympic ...


FINN
In Olympic Sailing, the finn event is is one of the Olympic events in which the competitor is alone at the helm of the boat. It is a single-handed centreboard dinghy of 4,70 m that manoeuvres in an Ol...


FIORAVANTI Domenico (1977) Italy / Swimming
Young Italian swimming hopeful Fioravanti was in devastating form in the Olympic pool in Sydney, where he proved the best breaststroker by winning the 100 and 200 metres, triumphing over American swim...


FISCHER - SCHMIDT Brigit (1962) Germany / Canoeing
Brigit Schmidt was Olympic single seater canoe champion at the Moscow games for East Germany, and she got two more medals in Seoul in 1988 in two and four seater canoes.These three Olympic titles crow...


FISHER Morris (1890 - 1968) United States / Shooting
This formidable American rifle marksman won a total of five gold medals at the 1920 games in Antwerp and the 1924 games in Paris. He won his Olympic titles in disciplines that are no longer part of th...


FLACK Edwin (1873-1935) Australia / Track and field ans Tennis
The first ever Olympic champion over 800 m at the 1896 Athens games, this Australian runner won a second gold medal several days later in the 1500 m to become the middle-distance master of his time.Du...


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