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MONTI Eugenio (1928) Italy / Bobsled
A well known figure in bobsleigh circles, even though he waited a long time before winning his first gold medal.His career began in Cortina in 1956 with a silver medal.At Squaw Valley, four years late...


MONTREAL - Canada
The cost of organizing the 1976 games in Montreal was so astronomical that they were almost cancelled. Spending was four times higher than forecast.What is more, the facilities were not all completed ...


MORALES Pablo (1965) United States / Swimming
Just beaten by Michael Gross in the 100 m butterfly final at Los Angeles in 1984, Morales had the gold snatched from him by Alex Baumman in the 200 m butterfly.World recordholder in the specialty in 1...


MORCELLI Noureddine (1970) Algeria / Track and Field
Three times world champion in the 1500 m from 1991 to 1995, Morcelli was still desperately chasing an Olympic title when he turned up in Atlanta in 1996.He was the favourite, but Morocco's El Guerrouj...


MORELON Daniel (1944) France / Cycling
The uncontested master of track cycling from 1968 to 1975.Morelon dominated the speed competition like no other and won three golds at the Mexico City and Munich games. His strength and power simply l...


MORROW Bobby (1935) United States / Track and Field
Texan Bobby Morrow is one of the few white sprinters ever to win three titles at the Olympic games.At Melbourne in 1956, with fellow Americans Holliday and Sime injured, he won the 100 and 200 m and l...


MOSCONI Alain (1949) France / Swimming
Having just relieved Mark Spitz of his world 400 m freestyle record, Alan Mosconi was one of the favourites for the Mexico City games.Unfortunately for him, he grew several centimetres in one go and t...


MOSCOW - Russia
When Moscow was awarded the games in 1980, it was the first time the Olympics had been given to a city in a communist country.But when the vote was taken, the Soviet forces had not yet invaded Afghani...


MOSER-PRÖLL Anne-Marie (1953) Austria / Alpine skiing
Though held to be the greatest woman skier of all times, Anne-Marie Moser-Pröll only ever won one gold medal at the Olympics and that was at the end of her career at Lake Placid in 1980.Yet Moser-Pröl...


MOSES Ed (1980) United States / Swimming
Considered America's greatest breaststroke hopeful after he set two world records in the 100 and 200m in the short pool in 1999, Ed Moses failed at least in part at the Sydney 2000 Games. At the Aquat...


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