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KIWI
The name given to the New Zealand team that has produced so many great champions, particularly in running.It is also the name of a flightless bird found only in New Zealand and which is the emblem of ...


KJUS Lasse (1971) Norway / Alpine skiing
Discovered at the Lillehammer games, where this total skier won the gold medal in the combined, the Norwegian was less lucky in Nagano, four years later.Less lucky, but still good: he took two silver ...


KLAMMER Frantz (1953) Austria / Alpine skiing
The Austrian was the best downhill skier of the 70s. Several times World Cup winner, he was crowned Olympic champion at Innsbruck in 1976.
Klammer was never an elegant downhill skier. In his descen...


KLEIN Martin (1884 - 1947) Estonia / Wrestling
The Estonian wrestler was unlucky at the Stockholm Games in 1912. Semi-finalist in Greco-Roman wrestling in the 82 kg category, he took over 10 hours to beat his opponent. In those days, there were no...


KLEMENTIEV Ivan (1960) Russia - Latvia - Poland / Canoeing
Klementiev's career has been one of the strangest in Olympic history. Olympic C1 canoeing champion in Seoul under the Soviet flag, he took part in the Barcelona games in Latvian colours, only taking a...


KLIM Michael (1977) Australia / Swimming
Although he was born in Poland, it was in the colours of Australia that this young swimmer distinguished himself at the Atlanta Games, coming third in the 4x400m medley relay. But it was in the waters...


KLIMKE Reiner (1936) Germany / Swimming
Dr Klimke had to wait until the end of his career as a horseman before winning a gold at the Olympic games.He was 48 when he took two gold medals with his horse, Alherich, in the dressage at the Los A...


KLIMOVA Marina - PONOMARENKO Sergei - Russia / Figure skating
Dashingly elegant on the ice, these Russian skaters are also a couple in real life.Bronze medallists in Sarajevo, silver medallists in Calgary, they finally won the gold medal in Albertville in 1992 b...


KLOCHKOVA Jana (1982) Ukraine / Swimming
This young Ukrainian swimmer returned from Sydney with a wonderful crop of medals and two world records without having provoked much enthusiasm among the crowds. However, at the age of 18 she complet...


KOCH Marita (1957) Germany / Track and field
The first woman athlete to break the 48-second barrier in the 400 m, Marita Koch became Olympic champion in her specialty in Moscow. At that time, she was unbeatable.She broke 16 world records, includ...


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