Great Olympians

Biographies - TRI


Dimitrios Triantafyllakos

Olympic Competitor nr 5496


Tryfon Triantafyllakos

Olympic Competitor nr 6181

(*) the semifinal rosters are not known, and there were 5 known competitors in the qualifying round, so it is quite possible Triantafyllakos competed in only some of the semifinal matches


Matthias Triantafyllidis

Olympic Competitor nr 2484


Max Triebsch

Olympic Competitor nr 3420


Otto Trieloff

Olympic Competitor nr 4391


Nikolaos Trikoupis

Olympic Competitor nr 72


Giovanna Trillini

B. 1970-05-17, Jesi, Italy
Fencing - foil (4 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze)
1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 HP
Foil, individual gold bronze bronze silver fourth 28000
Foil, team gold gold gold bronze 10880
38880

Member of the Italian foil team that won gold at Barcelona, Atlanta and Sydney. There was no team foil in Athina, but the Italians would clearly have dominated this again, as Trillini and Valentina Vezzali made it to the individual final. In Beijing, the Italians made it three out of four in the semifinals, but that did not guarantee anything, as they lost the semi-final on sudden death.


Jules Trinité

Olympic Competitor nr 1187


Count Giangiorgio Trissino

B. 1877-07-22, Vicenza, Italy; D. 1963-12-22
Equestrianism (1 gold, 1 silver)
1900 HP
High Jump gold & fourth 12000
Long Jump silver 6000
18000

He competed on the High jump with two horses, Oreste who won a joined gold, and Melope, who came fourth. Earlier he had already won silver on the long jump, also on Oreste.

Olympic Competitor nr 527


Stewart Tritle

Olympic Competitor nr 2014


Edward Tritschler

B. 1885-06-05, St. Louis, Missouri, United States; D. 1963-05-12

Olympic Competitor nr 1753


Richard Tritschler

B. 1883-09-10, St. Louis, Missouri, United States; D. 1954-11-15

Olympic Competitor nr 1772


William Tritschler

B. 1873-07-19, St. Louis, Missouri, United States

Olympic Competitor nr 1752


Panagiotis Trivoulidis

Olympic Competitor nr 3078


Written 2000-12-15 - last modified 2011-08-13

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