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GORDEIEVA Ekatarina (1971) - GRINKOV Sergei (1967 - 1995), Russia
Young and handsome with a terrific artistic sense and agility on ice, they could not win the gold medal at the 1988 Calgary games for pairs skating. They then got married, had a baby and turned profes...


GOROKHOVA Galina (1938), Russia / Fencing
Considered to be the best female fencer in the 1960's, Gorokhova took the World foil title in 1965 and 1970. Unfortunately at the Olympics she never managed to win in individual events, although she ...


GOROKHOVSKAYA Maria (1921), Russia / Gymnastics
This Russian gymnast showed the way for all future generations. She was the first Russian Olympic champion in the all-round competition at the 1952 Helsinki games and also won four individual silver ...


GOULD Shane (1956), Australia / Swimming
This Australian had everything of the baby champion as she cuddled her toy kangaroo on the podium at the 1972 Munich games. She was to return to the podium five times and, in particular, received thr...


GRAFF Steffi (1969), Germany / Tennis
After having dominated the women's professional tennis circuit for many years, the German champion carried off the first unofficial Olympic title in 1984 at the Los Angeles games. Tennis was still o...


GRAFSTROM Gillis (1893 - 1938), Sweden / Figure skating
Triple Olympic champion in figure skating, Grafstrom was a wonderful skater. He took his first title at the summer games in Antwerp, Belgium in 1920. He followed on from his compatriot, Salchow, w...


GREAT BRITAIN
With more than 600 medals won since the beginning of the Modern Olympics, Britain is one of the foremost Olympic nations. The British have stood out the most in athletics, particularly middle distanc...


GREECE
Birthplace of the Olympics, it is therefore the blue and white Greek flag that is the first to enter the Olympic stadium during the opening ceremony of the games. The Greeks tried to revive the games...


GREENE Maurice (1974) United States / Track and Field
Trained like many other people by Californian coach John Smith, Maurice Green became the best sprinter of his generation in the late Nineties. He holds the world 100m record, at 9.79 seconds and was t...


GREENE Nancy (1943), Canada / Alpine skiing
This Canadian skier was so competitive that she was nicknamed the Mongoose. From British Colombia, in the Rocky Mountains, where she learned to ski, she took the luxury of leading Marielle Goitschel ...


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