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GUTSU Tatiana (1977), Ukraine / Gymnastics
His little Ukranian gymnast had just turned 15 when she won the overall competition at the Barcelona games in 1992. She also won the team event for the CIS. With Nadia Comanecci, she is one of the ...


GUY Fabrice (1968), France / Nordic skiing
World Champion skier since the beginning of the 1992 season, Fabrice Guy had no difficulty showing his strength in the Nordic combined at the Albertville games that year. Idolized by the French publi...


GUYON Jean Jacques (1932), France / Equestrian
This French rider, a professional soldier, won the full competition at the Mexico games in 1968. These games were not good for horse riding. A storm held up the event and during the competition two ...


GYARMATI Dezs÷ (1927) Olga (1924) Hungary / Water-polo
The longevity and talent of this Hungarian water-polo player made him one of the most decorated athletes in this sport. He also considered like the best and fastest player. He benefitted from being pa...


GYMNASTICS
The word comes from the Greek 'gymnos' which means 'naked'. In antiquity this was how young Greeks maintained good physical condition. From physical discipline it became a military discipline and gy...


GYMNASTICS, RHYTHMIC
This discipline is open only to women and became an Olympic sport in 1984. It is graceful and elegant. Gymnasts compete on a square mat and using rope, a hoop, a ball, clubs, and a ribbon (in separa...


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