Great Olympians

Biographies - WHI


George Whitaker

Olympic Competitor nr 3233


John Whitaker

Olympic Competitor nr 3689


Albert White

USA
Diving (2 gold)
1924 HP
Springboard (1 & 3m) gold 6400
Platform, fancy (5 & 10m) gold 6400
12800

(128 HP)


Belle White

Olympic Competitor nr 6403


James White

Olympic Competitor nr 4433


Shaun White

B. 1986-09-03, USA
Snowboarding (2 gold)
2006 2010 HP
Half-Pipe gold gold 19200
19200


F. Whitehead

Olympic Competitor nr 3690


Peter Whitehead

Olympic Competitor nr 3317


Milton Whitehurst

Olympic Competitor nr 2305


Malvin Groston Whitfield

B. 1924-10-11, Bay City, Texas, USA
Track & Field (3 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
1948 1952 HP
400 m bronze sixth 3200
800 m gold gold 12800
4 x 400 m gold silver 2600
18600

He was inspired to be a runner when he sneaked into the Coliseum in 1932. Between 1948 and 1954 he won 66 out of 69 800-meter races. He was called directly from the Korean War to the Helsinki Games.


Simon Whitfield

B. 1975-05-16, Kingston, Canada
Triathlon (1 gold, 1 silver)
2000 2004 2008 HP
Triathlon gold 11th silver 19620
19620


Norman Whitley

Olympic Competitor nr 4796


Larry Whitney

Olympic Competitor nr 6284


Herman Whiton

B. 1904-04-06, Cleveland, OH, USA; D. 1967-09-06
Sailing (2 gold)
1928 1948 1952 HP
6 Meter class sixth gold gold 10080
1080


Albert Whittall

Olympic Competitor nr 2594


Donald Whittall

Olympic Competitor nr 2595


Edward Whittall

Olympic Competitor nr 2596


Godfrey Whittall

Olympic Competitor nr 2597


Harold Whittall

Olympic Competitor nr 2598


Polly Whittier

Olympic Competitor nr 1642


Claude Whittindale

Olympic Competitor nr 1690


Raymond Whittindale

Olympic Competitor nr 1691


Andrew Whittingstall

Olympic Competitor nr 4471


Written 2002-10-30 - last modified 2011-08-18

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