Great Olympians

Biographies - STU


Douglas Stuart

Olympic Competitor nr 4658


Christine Stückelberger

B. 1947-05-22, Switzerland
Equestrianism - Dressage (1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze)
1972 1976 1984 1988 1996 2000 HP
individual 15th gold 9th bronze 17th 22nd 14272.5
team 7th silver silver silver sixth 7th 3696
17968.5


Paul Studel

Olympic Competitor nr 1792


Albert Stüdemann

Olympic Competitor nr 4901


Hans Studer

Olympic Competitor nr 2540


Theodore Studier

B. 1882-05-11, Ohio, United States; D. 1959-03-14

Olympic Competitor nr 1810


Jan Studnicka

Olympic Competitor nr 5197


Leon Štukelj

B. 1898-11-12, Maribor, Slovenia, D.1999-11-09
Gymnastics (3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze)
1924 1928 1936 HP
Individual combined (7 events) gold bronze 32nd 8960
Team combined fourth bronze sixth 1320
Floor Exercises 46th 0
Vault fourth 28th 92nd 400
Parallel Bars 20th 7th 22nd 100.35
Horizontal Bar gold 23rd 35th 1600
Rings fourth gold silver 3750
Pommeled Horse 12th 10th 39th 35
Sidehorse Vault 17th 1
Rope Climbing 10th 25
16191.35

He studied Law and took part in gymnastics events for 14 years, ending at Berlin
Presented at Atlanta as the oldest surviving gold medallist (almost 98 years old), he jumped onto the podium with as much grace as Vitaly Scherbo and Nadia Comaneci.
He lived to be almost 101.


Johan Stumpf

Olympic Competitor nr 2435


Doug Stupart

Olympic Competitor nr 4395


Peter Sturholdt

Olympic Competitor nr 2281


François Stuyck

Olympic Competitor nr 4176


Written 2001-02-15 - last modified 2011-08-12

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