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Definitions

  1. Two golds were awarded in pairs figure skating rather than a gold and a silver.
  2. The golds were hard work paying off, Phelps said.
  3. I know Golds is a National fitness chain.
  4. Five of the six golds were in individual events, tying Eric Heiden 's record for individual gold medals at a single Olympics.
  5. Ohno has two golds, a silver and two bronze medals.

Year

  1. The difference this year is that Sweden has a chance of winning two golds if Magdalena Forsberg can maintain her World Cup form.
  2. That year, Lydia Skoblikova won two golds at Squaw Valley before adding another four in Innsbruck at the next Olympics.

Beam

  1. At the Pan Am Games, Johnson won the all-around title, as well as golds on bars and beam - beating Liukin.

Floor

  1. She followed her all-around title with golds on bars and floor, but fell three times from the beam.
  2. Cheng Fei, also the triple gold medallist at the Aarhus worlds, grabbed three golds from women's team, floor and vault.

Vancouver

  1. Marit Bjoergen of Norway won the women's cross-country relay, making her the first person in Vancouver to collect three golds and four overall medals.
  2. He has five golds, including a clean sweep at the Salt Lake City Games in 2002, and will be looking for more in Vancouver.

Event

  1. A bronze in the inaugural 1500 m event, and two golds; in the 500 m and again as a part of the relay team.
  2. In the men's competition, Ahn Hyun-Soo earned a medal in each event, winning three golds.
  3. Martin won the best boys award for his haul of eight golds and two silvers in an event that attracted 200 swimmers from around the region.

Nine Golds

  1. At the Athens Games in 2004, British athletes won nine golds.
  2. The Americans' record 37 medals included only nine golds, while 14 of Canada's 26 -- third-most overall -- were gold.

Nine

  1. Soviet gymnast Larissa Latynina captured a record 18 medals in her career: nine golds, five silvers and four bronzes.
  2. The 23-year-old American moved past Olympic icons Paavo Nurmi, Carl Lewis, Mark Spitz and Larysa Latynina, who all won nine golds in their careers.
  3. That in turn brought him level with compatriots Lewis and Spitz, "Flying Finn" distance runner Paavo Nurmi and Soviet gymnast Larysa Latynina on nine golds.

Des Moines

  1. Now she has two silvers - team and individual - to take back to Des Moines rather then two golds.

Alpine Skiing

  1. Retired Olympic athlete Alberto Tomba won three golds and two silvers for alpine skiing.
  2. Croatia's Janica Kostelic becomes the first women to win four golds in alpine skiing with her success in the Ladies Combined.

Australia

  1. The Americans won a leading 36 medals, including 20 golds at the 2007 worlds in Australia.
  2. Amongst the women, Australia has 3 Olympic golds while Netherlands has clinched the World Cup 6 times.
  3. Japan came in third with eight golds including the two won by breaststroker Kosuke Kitajima, followed by Australia on seven.

Commonwealth Games

  1. He also picked up two golds and one silver at the Commonwealth Games in Christchurch in 1974, and added the European title to his collection.
  2. The 2002 Games were the first edition of the Commonwealth Games in which he failed to win a gold medal; Nauru's two golds were won by Reanna Solomon.

Asia

  1. In Vancouver, Asia accounted for 12.79 percent of all golds, and 12.02 percent of all medals.

South Korea

  1. In the previous two Universiades, South Korea won 18 golds on aggregate.

Germany

  1. The U.S. and Germany were tied for the most golds, seven each.
  2. Germany is second with 13 medals, including four golds.
  3. Germany sits in second place with 16 total medals but seven golds.

Soviet Union

  1. This broke the record for most golds at a single games, which had been previously shared by Norway and the Soviet Union.
  2. The record for most golds is 13, shared by the Soviet Union (1976 Innsbruck) and Norway (Salt Lake).
  3. Her haul tops that of her father and coach, Valery, who won two golds and the two silvers at the 1988 Seoul Olympics competing for the Soviet Union.

Liukin

  1. Liukin: The two-time national champ is coached by her father, Valeri, who won two golds for the Soviet Union at the 1988 Seoul Games.

Beijing Games

  1. The 23-year-old became the winningest gold medal Olympian ever at the 2008 Beijing games, after adding eight gold medals to his previous six golds.
  2. The Chinese Swimming Association recently stated its goal for the Beijing Games was to win three golds in the pool.
  3. With their clean victory, dominant China has swept all of the four golds in synchronized diving events at the Beijing Games.

Downhill

  1. Neighbor and big rival Switzerland now has two Alpine golds; Didier Defago won the downhill a week earlier.

Rowing

  1. The other seven golds in rowing will be decided on Sunday.

Three Medals

  1. Coughlin, part of the world record-setting 800-meter relay team Wednesday, now has three medals in these Games, including two golds.

Salt Lake City

  1. China, Korea, and Canada each took home two golds in 2002 at Salt Lake City.

Last

  1. I won, so what more could I want?" Rebensburg was only 8 when her idol, Katja Seizinger, won the last of her three Olympic golds at the 1998 Nagano Games.
  2. He went to Turin 12 years later as a teammate of Aamodt, who at 34 won the super-G for the last of his record four Olympic golds in men's Alpine races.
  3. The trick, as Phelps turns the corner in his chase for eight golds, is to properly admire his last few attempts.

Feat

  1. The feat was repeated in 1980 by American Eric Heiden, who won five golds, the most that any Winter Olympian has won at one edition of the Games.
  2. She was the first woman to achieve this feat as well as the first American, male or female, to win double golds in a single Olympics.
  3. In front of a huge crowd in Lucerne, they snatched both Golds, achieving the one feat that had eluded Sir Steve Redgrave.

Athletes

  1. Assuming Phelps wins his last individual event, both athletes will have won five individual -- as in, non-relay -- golds in a single Games.
  2. Athletes to watch in 2010 - Lindsey Vonn, Team USA, is trying for 3 golds this year.

Athlete

  1. Spitz claimed seven golds -- the most in one Olympics for any athlete and set world records with each.

Four Years

  1. Four years later, she won two golds, one in the solo and a second along with Michelle Cameron in the duo.
  2. Even if Phelps wins just five golds, that's one more than Greece claimed four years ago.
  3. Four years later, Torino became the most successful offshore Winter Games in American history, with 25 medals and nine golds.

Turin

  1. Slutskaya, 27, had been bidding to become the first Russian woman to win the Olympic title and complete their set of golds in Turin.
  2. The Austrians, who won 14 Alpine medals including four golds in Turin, had gotten off to a slow start.

All-Around

  1. In addition to his two golds, Liukin was the silver medalist in the parallel bars and All-Around.
  2. At the 1993 Medico Cup, Zaripova grabbed silvers for the all-around, hoop, and ball, and notched a pair of golds for clubs and ribbon.

Vault

  1. She finished 2nd AA in event finals at the Riga International with golds on beam, bars, and the vault, with a bronze on floor.
  2. His golds came in the team event, the all around, pommel horse (tie), rings, vault, and parallel bars.
  3. Boginskaya is a three-time Olympic Champion, winning gold medals in Vault at the 1988, and Team golds in 1988 and 1992.

Slalom

  1. Henri Oreiller of France won two golds (downhill, combined) and a bronze (slalom).

Giant Slalom

  1. As a triple wi nner at the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City, the 23-year-old Kostelic pocketed the golds in the slalom, the giant slalom and the combined.
  2. Germany had a 1-2 finish in giant slalom to reach eight golds and 26 overall medals.

Second

  1. Australia ranked second on the rowing table with two golds and one silver.
  2. Main rivals include Taufik Hidayat and Lin Dan, who are gunning for their second and first Olympic Golds respectively.
  3. Australia was second with 21 medals and nine golds, including five by Libby Lenton.

Silver Medal

  1. Jackie Joyner-Kersee: In Olympic heptathlon competition, Joyner-Kersee won the silver medal in 1984, then followed with golds in 1988 and '92.
  2. She very nearly swept all three of the women's Alpine skiing events, earning, in addition to her two golds, a silver medal as well.
  3. Nevertheless, the 24-year-old Swede rebounded with a pair of golds in the giant slalom and Super-G plus a silver medal in the combined at last year's Worlds.

Bronze Medal

  1. She earned three golds, a silver and a bronze medal to cap an unprecedented, undefeated 1993 that included five major titles.
  2. He won two Olympic relay golds, a silver in the 100 fly and a bronze medal in the 100 free in 1968.

Bronze Medals

  1. Keeping himself busy throughout the weekend, Stuart collected 6 Golds with three of them in Meet Record time s while Magnus grabbed a brace of Bronze medals.
  2. After winning six gold and two bronze medals in Athens, Phelps left some people wondering why he couldn't match Mark Spitz's 1972 haul of seven golds.
  3. It was another day of domination for British swimmers, who claimed four golds, five silvers and two bronze medals.

Gold Medal

  1. The latest win for Phelps means he is just one gold medal away from equalling Spitz's record of seven Olympic golds in one Games.
  2. It was Phelps's seventh career Olympic gold medal and ninth overall as he chases down Mark Spitz's 36-year-old record of seven golds at one Games.
  3. Her trophy case includes a gold medal from the 2006 Olympics and two golds and two silvers from four world championships.

Gold Medals

  1. Flo-Jo won four of them, including three golds, and Joyner-Kersee won gold medals in the long jump and the heptathlon.
  2. The Soviet team won seven of the twelve medals, including four golds (a tie for first between two Soviet skaters resulted in two gold medals in the).
  3. Bjørn Dæhlie won eight gold medals from 1992 – 1998 which is the most Olympic golds in Nordic skiing.

Sweep

  1. Though she failed to sweep the butterflies, she did add to the two golds she's already won in the 100 fly and 400 freestyle relay.

Sweeping

  1. The Chinese divers flexed their muscles by sweeping all eight golds during the last meet of the FINA Diving Grand Prix in Rome earlier this month.
  2. The Chinese divers flexed their muscles by sweeping all eight golds during the last meet of the FINA Diving Grand Prix in Rome on July.

Set

  1. He is set to compete in three more races at the Games eyeing an unprecedented eight golds at one Games.
  2. Canada would set a new mark by winning either of the two golds on offer on Sunday, the men's 50km cross-country skiing and the men's ice hockey final.
  3. Phelps, who is seeking to break Mark Spitz's record of seven golds in one Games, set in 1972, has won five gold medals at the Games and 11 overall.

Crocker

  1. At the 2005 World Aquatics Championships, Crocker won a total of three medals, two golds and one silver medal.

Athens

  1. Li Xiaopeng, who was honored as the best male gymnast in the Busan Asian Games, hoped that China will win more golds at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
  2. This should not bother Michael Phelps, who won six gold medals in Athens and will be trying to match or break Mark Spitz's record of seven golds.
  3. At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Phelps won six golds and two bronze medals.

Three Gold

  1. All told, Hogshead won four medals (three gold and one silver), while fellow American swimmer Tracy Caulkins won three golds.

Competition

  1. After five days of competition, there are eight gymnastics golds up for grabs at the Beijing Olympic Games.
  2. When she retired from competition, her medal haul also included golds from four world and six consecutive European championships.
  3. She earned seven perfect scores and five medals, including three golds, and was the first gymnast to ever earn a perfect score in Olympic competition.

World

  1. He also won 10 medals, including eight golds, at the World Outdoor Championships, the most by any athlete in the world.
  2. Before the Olympics the 16-year old Des Moines, Iowa was considered the best gymnast in the world and was favored to win multiple golds at the olympic games.
  3. He won Olympic gold medals in 1992, 1996 and 2000 and World Championship golds in 1993, 1995 and 2001.

Swimming World

  1. Its cyclists and sailors were the class of the field, and 19-year-old Rebecca Adlington stunned the swimming world with two golds in distance events.
  2. The swimming world won't bet against Phelps, but many wonder if winning eight golds is actually possible.

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