Olympic Games Winners - Info
Welcome!

We made an effort to do this project not simply as a next set of different information about the Olympic games. It is an attempt to give you information in a comfortable form and in the most structured type like a compact pocket Reference book.

We try to make regular changes to the Reference book and now, in addition to statistics, it contains 18,873 athlete photos - winners of the summer and winter Olympic games since 1896.

What information can you find in the Reference book?

In the section Info you just choose what you need from the list of the Olympic games and get general information, bid history, medals table and some interesting facts about Olympics.

In the section Winners you choose what you need from the list of the Olympic games. Click on plus/minus sign to expand or collapse list of the programme of competitions, then choose the event and find out all the Olympic games winners. Search can be done on any level.

In the section Events you choose what you need from the list of Sports. Click on plus sign to find all events that are included in the Sport, then choose the event and find out all the Olympic games winners. You can refine your search by choosing from the lists of the Olympic games and Nations. Search can be done on any level.

In the section Nations you choose what you need from the list of Nations and find out all the Olympic winners. You can refine your search by choosing from the list of the Olympic games.

In the section Athletes the information about all the Olympic games winners of the all times is presented. You can enter the search terms or the last name and get list of the athletes. The feature of this section is grouping those athletes (mostly female athletes), who changed their last name or first name once or more times. Information about athlete consists of his birthday, prize list and photo.

In the section Medals you can enter the search terms and find out the athletes who won the most number of medals. Athletes who won 3 and more medals (gold, silver, bronze) are included in the list.

Olympic Headlines
15 Oct 2018  Former soccer executive to lead US Olympic marketing venture
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The LA 2028 organizing and U.S. Olympic committees have named former U.S. soccer executive Kathy Carter to lead their marketing team. Carter will be responsible for cutting sponsorship and hospitality deals expected to raise more than $5 billion through the end of the 2028 Olympics. She ...
15 Oct 2018  AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics
MEXICO CITY (AP) - By the time they reached Mexico City in October 1968, Tommie Smith and John Carlos were representing a country being torn apart. The Vietnam War, the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr., and Bobby Kennedy, riots outside the Democratic convention in Chicago and growing unrest over ...
15 Oct 2018  Keino given more time to report to police in corruption case
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - Running great Kip Keino was given more time Monday to report to police in Kenya after being one of seven former Olympic and government officials accused of corruption relating to the misappropriation of more than $545,000 around the time of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. ...
15 Oct 2018  Rival Koreas to meet in late October to discuss plans to jointly host 2032 Olympics
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Rival Koreas to meet in late October to discuss plans to jointly host 2032 Olympics.
14 Oct 2018  Kenyan track great Kip Keino facing corruption charges
Kenyan distance-running great Kip Keino is one of seven suspects in a corruption investigation and has been ordered to report to police by the end of Monday to face charges of embezzlement and the misappropriation of more than $545,000. The two-time Olympic champion and honorary member of the International Olympic ...
14 Oct 2018  Mary Bono, new USA Gymnastics CEO, apologizes for anti-Nike tweet amid Simone Biles criticism
Newly named USA Gymnastics head Mary Bono apologized Saturday for a month-old tweet showing her blacking out a Nike logo after the post was slammed by Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles. "I deeply regret posting the Tweet because I respect everyone's views and their fundamental right to express them," said ...
Source: Washington Times