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- Two golds were awarded in pairs figure skating rather than a gold and a silver.
- The golds were hard work paying off, Phelps said.
- I know Golds is a National fitness chain.
- Five of the six golds were in individual events, tying Eric Heiden 's record for individual gold medals at a single Olympics.
- Ohno has two golds, a silver and two bronze medals.
- The difference this year is that Sweden has a chance of winning two golds if Magdalena Forsberg can maintain her World Cup form.
- That year, Lydia Skoblikova won two golds at Squaw Valley before adding another four in Innsbruck at the next Olympics.
- At the Pan Am Games, Johnson won the all-around title, as well as golds on bars and beam - beating Liukin.
- She followed her all-around title with golds on bars and floor, but fell three times from the beam.
- Cheng Fei, also the triple gold medallist at the Aarhus worlds, grabbed three golds from women's team, floor and vault.
- 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.
- He has five golds, including a clean sweep at the Salt Lake City Games in 2002, and will be looking for more in Vancouver.
- A bronze in the inaugural 1500 m event, and two golds; in the 500 m and again as a part of the relay team.
- In the men's competition, Ahn Hyun-Soo earned a medal in each event, winning three golds.
- 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.
- At the Athens Games in 2004, British athletes won nine golds.
- The Americans' record 37 medals included only nine golds, while 14 of Canada's 26 -- third-most overall -- were gold.
- Soviet gymnast Larissa Latynina captured a record 18 medals in her career: nine golds, five silvers and four bronzes.
- 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.
- 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.
- Now she has two silvers - team and individual - to take back to Des Moines rather then two golds.
- Retired Olympic athlete Alberto Tomba won three golds and two silvers for alpine skiing.
- Croatia's Janica Kostelic becomes the first women to win four golds in alpine skiing with her success in the Ladies Combined.
- The Americans won a leading 36 medals, including 20 golds at the 2007 worlds in Australia.
- Amongst the women, Australia has 3 Olympic golds while Netherlands has clinched the World Cup 6 times.
- Japan came in third with eight golds including the two won by breaststroker Kosuke Kitajima, followed by Australia on seven.
- 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.
- 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.
- In Vancouver, Asia accounted for 12.79 percent of all golds, and 12.02 percent of all medals.
- In the previous two Universiades, South Korea won 18 golds on aggregate.
- The U.S. and Germany were tied for the most golds, seven each.
- Germany is second with 13 medals, including four golds.
- Germany sits in second place with 16 total medals but seven golds.
- This broke the record for most golds at a single games, which had been previously shared by Norway and the Soviet Union.
- The record for most golds is 13, shared by the Soviet Union (1976 Innsbruck) and Norway (Salt Lake).
- 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: The two-time national champ is coached by her father, Valeri, who won two golds for the Soviet Union at the 1988 Seoul Games.
- 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.
- The Chinese Swimming Association recently stated its goal for the Beijing Games was to win three golds in the pool.
- With their clean victory, dominant China has swept all of the four golds in synchronized diving events at the Beijing Games.
- Neighbor and big rival Switzerland now has two Alpine golds; Didier Defago won the downhill a week earlier.
- The other seven golds in rowing will be decided on Sunday.
- Coughlin, part of the world record-setting 800-meter relay team Wednesday, now has three medals in these Games, including two golds.
- China, Korea, and Canada each took home two golds in 2002 at Salt Lake City.
- 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.
- 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.
- The trick, as Phelps turns the corner in his chase for eight golds, is to properly admire his last few attempts.
- 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.
- 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.
- In front of a huge crowd in Lucerne, they snatched both Golds, achieving the one feat that had eluded Sir Steve Redgrave.
- Assuming Phelps wins his last individual event, both athletes will have won five individual -- as in, non-relay -- golds in a single Games.
- Athletes to watch in 2010 - Lindsey Vonn, Team USA, is trying for 3 golds this year.
- Spitz claimed seven golds -- the most in one Olympics for any athlete and set world records with each.
- Four years later, she won two golds, one in the solo and a second along with Michelle Cameron in the duo.
- Even if Phelps wins just five golds, that's one more than Greece claimed four years ago.
- Four years later, Torino became the most successful offshore Winter Games in American history, with 25 medals and nine golds.
- Slutskaya, 27, had been bidding to become the first Russian woman to win the Olympic title and complete their set of golds in Turin.
- The Austrians, who won 14 Alpine medals including four golds in Turin, had gotten off to a slow start.
- In addition to his two golds, Liukin was the silver medalist in the parallel bars and All-Around.
- 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.
- She finished 2nd AA in event finals at the Riga International with golds on beam, bars, and the vault, with a bronze on floor.
- His golds came in the team event, the all around, pommel horse (tie), rings, vault, and parallel bars.
- Boginskaya is a three-time Olympic Champion, winning gold medals in Vault at the 1988, and Team golds in 1988 and 1992.
- Henri Oreiller of France won two golds (downhill, combined) and a bronze (slalom).
- 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.
- Germany had a 1-2 finish in giant slalom to reach eight golds and 26 overall medals.
- Australia ranked second on the rowing table with two golds and one silver.
- Main rivals include Taufik Hidayat and Lin Dan, who are gunning for their second and first Olympic Golds respectively.
- Australia was second with 21 medals and nine golds, including five by Libby Lenton.
- Jackie Joyner-Kersee: In Olympic heptathlon competition, Joyner-Kersee won the silver medal in 1984, then followed with golds in 1988 and '92.
- 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.
- 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.
- She earned three golds, a silver and a bronze medal to cap an unprecedented, undefeated 1993 that included five major titles.
- He won two Olympic relay golds, a silver in the 100 fly and a bronze medal in the 100 free in 1968.
- 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.
- 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.
- It was another day of domination for British swimmers, who claimed four golds, five silvers and two bronze medals.
- 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.
- 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.
- Her trophy case includes a gold medal from the 2006 Olympics and two golds and two silvers from four world championships.
- Flo-Jo won four of them, including three golds, and Joyner-Kersee won gold medals in the long jump and the heptathlon.
- 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).
- Bjørn Dæhlie won eight gold medals from 1992 – 1998 which is the most Olympic golds in Nordic skiing.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- He is set to compete in three more races at the Games eyeing an unprecedented eight golds at one Games.
- 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.
- 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.
- At the 2005 World Aquatics Championships, Crocker won a total of three medals, two golds and one silver medal.
- 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.
- 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.
- At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Phelps won six golds and two bronze medals.
- All told, Hogshead won four medals (three gold and one silver), while fellow American swimmer Tracy Caulkins won three golds.
- After five days of competition, there are eight gymnastics golds up for grabs at the Beijing Olympic Games.
- When she retired from competition, her medal haul also included golds from four world and six consecutive European championships.
- 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.
- He also won 10 medals, including eight golds, at the World Outdoor Championships, the most by any athlete in the world.
- 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.
- He won Olympic gold medals in 1992, 1996 and 2000 and World Championship golds in 1993, 1995 and 2001.
- 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.
- The swimming world won't bet against Phelps, but many wonder if winning eight golds is actually possible.
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