Jea - Jed - Jef - Jeh - Jen - Jeo - Jer
Olympic Competitor nr 1069
Olympic Competitor nr 386
Olympic Competitor nr 666
Swimming (1 gold, 2 silver)
|100 m Butterfly||9th||silver||17th||4164|
|200 m Butterfly||fifth||gold||fourth||11250|
|400 m Free-style||-||silver||9th||4160|
|4 x 100 m Medley Relay||12th||-||10|
Olympic Competitor nr 478
Olympic Competitor nr 510
Olympic Competitor nr 1448
Waterpolo (2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
Figure Skating (1 gold, 1 bronze)
Figure Skating (1 gold)
Sailing (2 gold, 1silver)
B. 1874-06-22, Copenhagen, Denmark; D. 1930-11-02
Many sports (1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze)
|Free Rifle, team||fourth||400|
|Free Rifle, combined||15th||10|
|Free Rifle, standing||11th||16|
|Free Rifle, kneeling||13th||6.4|
|Free Rifle, prone||10th||25|
|Weightlifting, Two Hands||gold||6400||10400|
|Weightlifting, One Hand||silver||4000|
His two-arm lift was of an equal value (111,5 kg) as Launceston Elliott,
but he was given the gold medal because of a 'better style' (Elliott had
moved a foot). Elliott won the one-arm lift.
The results of the Shot Put and Discus Throw are full of controversy, and I have chosen to follow Mallon.
One of 3 Olympians to have competed in four sports.
Olympic Competitor nr 28
B. 1880-07-01, Denmark; D. 1942-12-01
Wrestling, Greco-Roman (2 gold, 2 bronze)
|Heavyweight (+85 kg)||gold||12800|
|Heavyweight (+93 kg)||bronze||bronze|
The All-around Championship at Athina was a special event for the winners of the three weightclasses. Being the heaviest, Jensen had no trouble winning an extra gold medal.
B. 1969-11-04, Jinan, South Korea
Weightlifting (1 gold, 1 silver)
B. 1929-02-06, Limedsforsen, Sweden
Nordic Skiing (4 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze)
He also won the 50 km at the World Championships in 1958 and 1962.
He was the oldest gold medallist at Innsbrück.
Written 2000-11-28 - last modified 2002-10-30
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