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ROSOLINO Massimiliano (1978) Italy / Swimming
Whilst not having earned consecration during the Sydney games of 2000, the Italian swimmer at least earned recognition. Considered to be the most complete swimmer at the games following his victory in...


ROSS Norman ( 1896 - 1953) United States / Swimming
While his compatriot Ethelda Bleibtrey was dominating the women's swimming events at the 1920 Antwerp games Ross was doing the same in the men's.He won three times, in the 400, 1500 and 4x200 events. ...


ROSSET Marc (1970) Switzerland / Tennis
This tennis player won the Olympic tournament in Barcelona in 1992. He was then among the best players in the world and beat two Catalans at the end, which did not go down well with the local spectato...


ROTHENBURGER Christa (1960) Germany / Speed skating
This speed skating champion won two Olympic titles, over 500 m in Sarajevo and 1000 m in Calgary. She was several times world record holder in the sport, and then converted to track and speed cycling...


ROUSE Jeffrey (1970) United States / Swimming
This American swimmer, who was world record holder for the 100 m backstroke as early as 1991, only finished second at the 1992 Barcelona games, but made his come back in Atlanta over the same distance...


ROUSSEAU Florian (1974) France / Cycling
Florian Rousseau, who with Félicia Ballanger was leader of the excellent French track cycling team that won nine medals including four gold at Atlanta in 1996, is certainly the top track racer of the ...


ROUSSEAU Michel (1936) France / Cycling
This powerfully built French cyclist with an Herculean starting power and was already world champion of his sport left no hope for his rivals on the Melbourne track, where he won the track speed event...


ROWING
This sporting event originated in England from the traditional boat race between Oxford and Cambridge universities, and is one of today's major events at the games. The race takes place over 2000 m, f...


ROYALTY
Princes and princesses have always done sports in their spare time. No wonder then that some of them have shone at the games and added lustre to their kingdoms' arms.The first royal prince to win an O...


RUBY Karine (1972) France / Snowboard
The advent of the snowboard, also known as snow surfing, at the Nagano games has produced two new Olympic sports: the giant slalom and the half pipe. It was in the first of these events that the Frenc...


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