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TRENTIN Pierre (1944) France / Cycling
This stocky little racing cyclist won two gold medals and one bronze at the Mexico games in 1968, where he won the one kilometre stop start and the tandem race in partnership with his fellow countryma...


TRIANGLE, OLYMPIC
This is the name given in sailing to the competition course used for all boat and sailboard events.Contestants must keep the three buoys marking a triangle, the longest side of which is in the leeward...


TRIATHLON
The triathlon is one of the new sports that will be competed for in Sydney in 2000. The triathlon is related to the international union of the modern pentathlon and the biathlon, and has only existed ...


TRIBUNAL ARBITRAL DU SPORT (TAS) (Sports Arbitration Tribunal)
Based in Lausanne, the "Tribunal Arbitral du sport" is the body responsible for resolving any legal affairs linked to sport. Made up of 14 members, including a Chairman and Vice-Chairman, this institu...


TRILLINI Giovanna (1970) Italy / Fencing
This Italian foil fencer won a hard marathon before going on to win an individual gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona games. He had only just been allowed to qualify for the semi-finals when she picked h...


TRINQUET Pascale (1958) France / Fencing
Helped perhaps by reduced competition from many other western countries that had boycotted the games, the French foil fencer Pascale Trinquet was one of the stars of the Moscow games in 1980.She won t...


TROY Mike (1940) United States / Swimming
In swimming competitions that were otherwise largely dominated by Australians, the American swimmer held his own by winning the 200 m butterfly stroke event at the Rome games in 19960.Troy then won an...


TRUCE, OLYMPIC
From the 9th century B.C, a truce was decreed so that the athletes and pilgrims could get to the sanctuary of Olympia without danger. During the reinstatement of the modern games, the humanist Pierre ...


TSUKAHARA Mitsuo (1947) Japan / Gymnastics
Although this gymnast was a vaulting horse specialist, as a member of the Japanese team that became Olympic champions in Mexico in 1968, Munich in 1972 and Montreal in 1976 he won two other gold medal...


TSURATA Yashiyuki (1903 - 1986) Japan / Swimming
This swimmer belonged to the excellent school that took eleven out of the sixteen swimming medals at the 1932 Los Angeles games.Tsurata won the 200 m breaststroke race and kept his title in Berlin fou...


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