- 1 Who was the first man to win two consecutive Olympic 1500m gold medals?
- 2 Who won the first 4 consecutive gold medals in the Olympics?
- 3 What athlete has won 2 gold medals?
- 4 How many medals has the US won in Tokyo?
- 5 Who won gold medal for India in Olympics in which game?
- 6 Who won last gold medal in Olympics from India?
- 7 Who won the first Olympic medal for India?
- 8 What American female has won the most Olympic gold medals?
- 9 Who has won the most consecutive Olympic medals?
- 10 Which country won their first gold medal?
- 11 What is an Olympic 5k time?
- 12 Who is a famous Olympic sprinter?
Who was the first man to win two consecutive Olympic 1500m gold medals?
Only two athletes have defended the Olympic 1500 m title: Tatyana Kazankina became the first person to win two gold medals in the event in 1980 (repeating her 1976 win) and, soon after, Sebastian Coe became the first man to do so in 1980 and 1984.
Who won the first 4 consecutive gold medals in the Olympics?
Al Oerter, in full Alfred Oerter, Jr., (born Sept. 19, 1936, Astoria, Queens, N.Y., U.S.—died Oct. 1, 2007, Fort Myers, Fla.), American discus thrower, who won four consecutive Olympic gold medals (1956, 1960, 1964, and 1968), setting an Olympic record each time.
What athlete has won 2 gold medals?
Abebe Bikila and Waldemar Cierpinski are the only athletes to have won two Olympic gold medals in the marathon.
How many medals has the US won in Tokyo?
The U.S. also clinched the overall count in Tokyo with 113 medals, its second-biggest haul dating back to the 1988 Games after winning 121 in Rio. 12
Who won gold medal for India in Olympics in which game?
This year making history Neeraj Chopra won Gold Medal on the Day 15 of the Tokyo Olympics. The Gold Medal in Athletics Javelin Throw is won at first time from India Olympic History. That’s why it is very important for country to be proud to Neeraj Chopra for this outstanding achievements. 13
Who won last gold medal in Olympics from India?
Update: Neeraj Chopra won first Gold for India with an astonishing throw of 87.58 meters. Neeraj Chopra is a big hope for Indian as he is capable to fetch a medal in the Olympics. His match for the medal is on 7th August 2021. 4
Who won the first Olympic medal for India?
Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav created history, becoming the first Indian to win an Olympic medal (bronze) in an individual sport at the Helsinki Olympics. The 27-year-old had initially found himself being overlooked in the squad for the 1952 Olympics. 1
What American female has won the most Olympic gold medals?
Allyson Felix wins her 11th Olympic medal, surpassing Carl Lewis’s American record. TOKYO — Allyson Felix has won her 11th Olympic medal, making her the most decorated American Olympian in track and field, surpassing the 10 medals won by Carl Lewis. 2
Who has won the most consecutive Olympic medals?
The United States has won the most overall medals for seven consecutive Olympic games. But China won the most gold medals in 2008, when Beijing hosted the Summer Olympics. 6
Which country won their first gold medal?
Turkmenistan takes home first ever Olympic medal It took 61 years, but the tiny European nation of San Marino finally claimed a place on the Olympic podium on Day 7. 2
What is an Olympic 5k time?
The men’s 5000 m has been present on the Olympic athletics programme since 1912. The Olympic records for the event are 12:57.82 minutes for men, set by Kenenisa Bekele in 2008, and 14:40.79 minutes for women, set by Gabriela Szabo in 2000.
Who is a famous Olympic sprinter?
Usain Bolt, in full Usain St. Leo Bolt, (born August 21, 1986, Montego Bay, Jamaica), Jamaican sprinter who won gold medals in the 100-metre and 200-metre races in an unprecedented three straight Olympic Games and is widely considered the greatest sprinter of all time.