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GEWENIGER Ute (1964), Germany / Swimming
This East-German swimmer was only 16 when she won the 100 m free-style at the Moscow Olympics in 1980, before going on to help her team members win the 4 x 100 m medley relay. That same year she won ...


GIOVANETTI Luciano (1945), Italy / Shooting
Trapshooting is the sport of this Italian who dominated the sport at the beginning of the 1980's. Trapshooting is a sport derived from clay pigeon shooting. Participants fire shotguns at a maximum o...


GIRARDELLI Marc (1963), Luxemburg / Alpine skiing
He is the best all-round skier of his generation and has won a record number of World Cup events (43). And yet Girardelli and his father are the only two registered competitive skiers in the country....


GOEHR Marlies (1958), Germany / Track and Field
For many years Marlies Goehr was the best European female sprinter, the only one able to keep up with the Americans. World 100 m Champion, several times European Champion, she was Olympic champion t...


GOITSCHEL Christine (1944), France / Alpine skiing
She was the first ever French female Olympic champion skier. She won ahead of her sister Marielle in the super G at the Innsbruck games in 1964. She would no doubt have gone on to an even greater ...


GOITSCHEL Marielle (1945), France / Alpine skiing
She is still today the best French female skier ever with a unique record both in Olympic and World Cup competitions. Second in the special slalom after her sister in 1964, she won ahead of Christine...


GOLF
This sport was probably invented by Scottish shepherds hitting at stones with a stick about 500 years ago. In the 15th century, students at St Andrew's turned it into a sport but the rules were only ...


GOLUBNICHY Viktor (1936), Russia / Track and Field
He is the greatest walker of all times. It is said that he walked a distance of twice around the world in competitions. A career which ended at the age of 40 after two Olympic medals for the 20 kilom...


GONZALES Paul (1964), United States / Boxing
This American boxer is very small. He boxes in the flyweight category (47 kg) and has an enormous heart. His past cannot really be commended. He was accused of murder and got a bullet in the head i...


GOODELL Brian (1959), United States / Swimming
This swimmer rapidly became a long distance World Record holder and Olympic champion at the Montreal Olympics in the 400 m and 1500 m free-style. The Californian has also often been World Champion in...


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