Tia - Tie - Tik - Tim - Tin - Tis - Tit
Diving (2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
Olympic Competitor nr 1450
B. 1947-01-02, Russia, Soviet Union
Biathlon (4 gold, 1 silver)
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Soviet biathlete who won team gold (4 x 7,5km) at Grenoble, Sapporo,
Innsbrück and Lake Placid and individual silver (20km) in '68 (fourth
in '72, fifth in '76)
World Champion at 10 km in 1977, at 20 km in 1969, '70 and '73.
His wife, Galina Kulakova, won 4 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals between '68 and '80 in the nordic skiing.
Speed Skating (2 gold)
On the 500 m at Torino, she fell foul of the new false start rule. Her opponent had caused a first false start, so the second start would be the final one. Timmer was not standing completely still, so she was disqualified. She took revenge in the 1000 m, where she finished just 0.04 and 0.06 ahead of silver and bronze (Anni Friesinger) to regain the title she won at Nagano.
B 1948-05-20, Moskva, Russia
Rowing (2 gold)
Olympic Competitor nr 554
B. 1984-05-29, Russia
Boxing (2 gold)
Olympic Competitor nr 1307
B. 1935-11-27, Omsk, Russia, represented the Soviet Union
Gymnastics (1 gold, 5 silver, 3 bronze)
last modified 2002-10-31
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