Noe - Nom - Noo - Nor - Not - Nov
Fencing (1 gold, 4 bronze)
B. 1974-12-10, Nara, Japan
Judo (3 gold)
|Extra Lightweight (-60 kg)||gold||gold||gold||57600|
In 1996 he was considered the least likely of the Japanese Judokas to win
the title, but he did.
In 2000, the audience ws packed with Japanese fans of Ryoko Tamura. They had just finished cheering her 30 second final win, when Nomura went one better by winning his final in just 12 seconds.
In 2004, he won again, to become the first Judo Triple Olympian
Swimming (3 gold)
|400 m Free-style||gold||gold||12800|
|4x100 m Free-style Relay||gold||1600|
B. 1888, Sweden; D. 1958
Gymnastics & Equestrianism (3 gold)
One of only two persons to win gold in 3 Olympiads, but in two different
sports. see Karsh Kiraly.
Olympic Competitor nr 755
Cross-Country Skiing (2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
|15 km + 15 km Pursuit||11th||64|
|15 km Classical||41st||-|
|50 km Classical, mass start||gold||6400|
|4 x 10 km||silver||1000|
He won medals in the shortest and the longest distance of his sport!
B. 1966-09-10, Brandenburg an der Havel, Brandenburg, Germany
Canoeing (3 gold, 1 silver)
|K2 500 m||gold||gold||9600|
|K4 500 m||gold||silver||5200|
Cycling - track (1 gold, 1 silver)
Football (2 gold, 1 bronze)
competed in 1956 as
Hungary, in 1956 Belgium
Swimming (1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze)
|200 m Breaststroke||bronze||silver||11th||9936|
|400 m Free-style||-||silver||-||4000|
|4 x 100 m Free-style Relay||-||gold||-||1600|
From Erevan, Armenia
Modern Pentathlon (2 gold, 2 silver)
competed from 1972 onwards as
B. 1947-07-28, from Minsk, Belarus
Fencing (4 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
Member of the Soviet Foil Team, successful at Mexico City, München and
Montreal, with a silver in Moskva.
Olympic Competitor nr 813
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