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RESANTSEV Valeri (1946) Kazakhstan / Wrestling
This Kazakh wrestler, who was world champion in the 90 kg category for five years running, had no difficulty winning at the Munich and Montreal games in 1976 and 80. He has distinguished himself again...


RESTOUX Marie Claire (1962) France / Judo
The little French judoka threw herself into the arms of her father, who had come from France to watch her, as soon as she had beaten the Korean who faced her in the final at the 1996 games in Atlanta....


RETTON Mary Lou (1968) United States / Gymnastics
The boycott by the Russian gymnasts who dominated this sport in the early 1980s helped this little sixteen year old American gymnast who until then had been practically unknown.Mary Lou Retton was bet...


REY Thierry (1959) France / Judo
Rey, who was already world champion in the super light weight category, is the second French judoka to take an Olympic title after his fellow countryman Angelo Parisi in the 1980 Moscow games. There ...


RHODEN George (1926) Jamaica / Track and Field
This runner who won the 400 m in the Helsinki games is one of a generation of Jamaican runners who are brilliant over short distances and also includes Arthur Wint.Together these two and their Jamaica...


RIBEIRO Fernanda (1969) Portugal / Track and Field
The 1995 world champion of the 10,000 m, who comes from that formidable Portuguese school of long distance runners, again won at the Atlanta games one year later. She beat the Chinese Wang Junxia who...


RIBOUD Philippe (1957) France / Fencing
Philippe Riboud, considered to be the best épée fencer of his generation, consistently failed in his quest for the individual gold medal in the games.He was twice world champion in 1976 and 1986, twic...


RICHARD Pascal (1964) Switzerland / Cycling
Pascal Richard, who was already regarded as one of the best racing cyclists of his generation, became road racing Olympic champion at the Atlanta games which attracted all the greatest champions of th...


RICHARDS Robert (1926) United States / Track and field
Richards is an American church minister who became double Olympic pole-vaulting champion in Helsinki in 1952 and in Melbourne four years later.He is a good sport and always charitable to his rivals. H...


RICHTER Annegret (1950) Germany / Track and field
While her namesake was shining in the swimming pools the athlete Annegret Richter was queen of the running tracks in 1976 in Montreal where she won the 100 m and finished second in the 4x100 and the 2...


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