Rio 2016
-673 days
Pyeongchang 2018
-1226 days
Tokyo 2020
-2122 days
Results for the letter T, page 3 of 7
Previous - 1 2 3 4 5 6... - Next


THEAGENES - Greece
This ancient Greek champion won no fewer than 1600 crowns in sports as varied as the pancratium (Wrestling), pugilism (boxing) and running. He was an all round sportsman and without a doubt the greate...


THEATO Michel (1877-1919) France - Luxemburg / Track and field
When Michel Theato won the marathon at the Paris games in 1900 he was dismayed to be refused the prize. The judges had decided that the course of the race did not comply with regulations.After they ha...


THEILE David (1939) Australia / Swimming
This excellent Australian swimmer was the backstroke specialist of the sixties. He had already won a gold medal over 100 m in Melbourne in 1956, and kept his title in Rome four years later, but he pas...


THEODOSEUS I, THE GREAT
This Byzantine emperor put an end to eleven centuries of Olympic tradition. In 393 AD he abolished the games that had gone on for no fewer than 286 Olympiads.During all those years, or rather eleven c...


THOENI Gustavo (1951) Italy / Alpine skiing
This was the finest skier of his generation in the early 1970s.He won two gold medals in slalom and in combination at the 1972 Sapporo games, titles that established his mastery in those years since h...


THOFELT Sven (1904)Sweden / Modern Pentathlon
Before becoming a fencer and winning two silver and two bronze medals in the epee event with the Swedish team in 1936 and 1948, Thofelt picked up the title of Olympic pentathlete champion during the A...


THOMPSON Dailey (1958) Great Britain / Track and field
Dailey Thomson was provocative and moustachioed when he won the decathlon title in Moscow in 1980.He was still provocative and moustachioed when he won it again in Los Angeles four years later.Between...


THOMPSON Jenny (1973) United States / Swimming
American Jenny Thomson is amongst those who have won the most medals in international swimming. However, coming to the end of her career, she would no doubt willingly exchange all the gold medals that...


THORPE Ian (1982) Australia / Swimming
For already several years considered to be the great new hope in international swimming, Australian Ian Thorpe hit home early in the Olympic pool in Sydney. Victorius in the 400 m freestyle and in the...


THORPE Jim (1888 - 1953) United States / Track and field
It was not until 1983, thirty years after he died, that the American Olympic champion Jim Thorpe was rehabilitated and his family given the medals he won some sixty years earlier at the Stockholm game...


Previous - 1 2 3 4 5 6... - Next




A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Copyright Dicolympic - Contact - Conception WFHCustoms