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A to Z of great American Summer Olympic athletes from 1976 through 2020

An A to Z of some of the best American summer Olympic athletes -- one man and one woman for each letter -- from the past five decades. With apologies to the letter X.
An A to Z of some of the best American summer Olympic athletes -- one man and one woman for each letter -- from the past five decades. With apologies to the letter X.
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Carmelo Anthony, basketball. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 bronze). Anthony is the only men’s player in Olympic history to win four medals in basketball.
Carmelo Anthony, basketball. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 bronze). Anthony is the only men’s player in Olympic history to win four medals in basketball.
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Kristin Armstrong, cycling -- road race and time trial. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 3 gold. Armstrong won three consecutive gold medals in the time trial from 2008 to 2016.
Kristin Armstrong, cycling -- road race and time trial. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 3 gold. Armstrong won three consecutive gold medals in the time trial from 2008 to 2016.
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Matt Biondi, swimming. Olympics: 1984, 1988, 1992.
Medals: 11 (8 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze). Biondi competed in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 4x100 freestyle relay, 4x200 freestyle relay and the medley relay.
Matt Biondi, swimming. Olympics: 1984, 1988, 1992. Medals: 11 (8 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze). Biondi competed in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 4x100 freestyle relay, 4x200 freestyle relay and the medley relay.
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Simone Biles, gymnastics. Olympics: 2016, 2020. Medals: 7 (4 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Biles, considered to be the greatest gymnast of all time, looks to add to her medal haul in 2024 at the Paris Games.
Simone Biles, gymnastics. Olympics: 2016, 2020. Medals: 7 (4 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Biles, considered to be the greatest gymnast of all time, looks to add to her medal haul in 2024 at the Paris Games.
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Matthew Centrowitz Jr., track and field. Olympics: 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 1 gold. Centrowitz, in 2016, became the first American man since 1908 to win gold in the 1,500 meters.
Matthew Centrowitz Jr., track and field. Olympics: 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 1 gold. Centrowitz, in 2016, became the first American man since 1908 to win gold in the 1,500 meters.
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Natalie Coughlin, swimming. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012. Medals: 12 (3 gold, 4 silver, 5 bronze). Coughlin, who is tied for the most medals by an American female swimmer, competed in the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 200 individual medley, 4x100  freestyle relay, 4x200 freestyle relay and the medley relay.
Natalie Coughlin, swimming. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012. Medals: 12 (3 gold, 4 silver, 5 bronze). Coughlin, who is tied for the most medals by an American female swimmer, competed in the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 200 individual medley, 4x100 freestyle relay, 4x200 freestyle relay and the medley relay.
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Chris Duplanty, water polo. Olympics: 1988, 1992, 1996. Medals: 1 silver. Duplanty was a mainstay in goal in three Olympic Games.
Chris Duplanty, water polo. Olympics: 1988, 1992, 1996. Medals: 1 silver. Duplanty was a mainstay in goal in three Olympic Games.
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Nicole Davis, indoor volleyball. Olympics: 2008, 2012. Medals: 2 silver. Davis was the star libero (defensive specialist) for two squads.
Nicole Davis, indoor volleyball. Olympics: 2008, 2012. Medals: 2 silver. Davis was the star libero (defensive specialist) for two squads.
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Ashton Eaton, track and field. Olympics: 2012, 2016. Medals: 2 gold. Eaton won back-to-back golds in the decathlon, earning the title of World's Greatest Athlete.
Ashton Eaton, track and field. Olympics: 2012, 2016. Medals: 2 gold. Eaton won back-to-back golds in the decathlon, earning the title of World's Greatest Athlete.
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Marlen Esparza, boxing. Olympics: 2012. Medals: 1 bronze. Esparza (left) won bronze in flyweight in London and is one of only three American female boxers to win an Olympic medal.
Marlen Esparza, boxing. Olympics: 2012. Medals: 1 bronze. Esparza (left) won bronze in flyweight in London and is one of only three American female boxers to win an Olympic medal.
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Ryan Franklin, baseball. Olympics: 2000. Medals: 1 gold. The pitcher went on to play for the Seattle Mariners, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds, and St. Louis Cardinals and currently works in the Cardinals’ front office.
Ryan Franklin, baseball. Olympics: 2000. Medals: 1 gold. The pitcher went on to play for the Seattle Mariners, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds, and St. Louis Cardinals and currently works in the Cardinals’ front office.
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Allyson Felix, track and field. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 11 (7 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze). Felix, who has competed in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, 4x100-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay, has the most gold medals and most overall medals in women’s Olympic track history.
Allyson Felix, track and field. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 11 (7 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze). Felix, who has competed in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, 4x100-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay, has the most gold medals and most overall medals in women’s Olympic track history.
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Rulon Gardner, wrestling. Olympics: 2000, 2004. Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 bronze). Gardner became a star in Greco-Roman wrestling after his success in the super-heavyweight division.
Rulon Gardner, wrestling. Olympics: 2000, 2004. Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 bronze). Gardner became a star in Greco-Roman wrestling after his success in the super-heavyweight division.
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Florence Griffith-Joyner, track and field. Olympics: 1984, 1988. Medals: 5 (3 gold, 2 silver). Known as Flo Jo, she became a sensation in the 1980s before tragically dying from an epileptic seizure in 1998 at the age of 38.
Florence Griffith-Joyner, track and field. Olympics: 1984, 1988. Medals: 5 (3 gold, 2 silver). Known as Flo Jo, she became a sensation in the 1980s before tragically dying from an epileptic seizure in 1998 at the age of 38.
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Justin Huish, archery. Olympics: 1996. Medals: 2 gold. Huish became the first male archer to win two gold medals in a single Games since archery returned to the Olympics in 1972.
Justin Huish, archery. Olympics: 1996. Medals: 2 gold. Huish became the first male archer to win two gold medals in a single Games since archery returned to the Olympics in 1972.
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Kayla Harrison, judo. Olympics: 2012, 2016. Medals: 2 gold. Harrison, who competes in the half-heavyweight division, is the only American woman to win a judo gold medal in any weight class.
Kayla Harrison, judo. Olympics: 2012, 2016. Medals: 2 gold. Harrison, who competes in the half-heavyweight division, is the only American woman to win a judo gold medal in any weight class.
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Race Imboden, fencing (foil). Olympics: 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 2 bronze. Imboden won back-to-back medals in Rio and Tokyo with men's foil team.
Race Imboden, fencing (foil). Olympics: 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 2 bronze. Imboden won back-to-back medals in Rio and Tokyo with men's foil team.
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J.J. Isler, sailing. Olympics: 1992, 2000. Medals: 2 (1 silver, 1 bronze). Isler (front), with crew member Pease Glasser (back) competed in the 470 Class and won the silver in Sydney. She was the first woman inducted into the Sailing World Hall of Fame.
J.J. Isler, sailing. Olympics: 1992, 2000. Medals: 2 (1 silver, 1 bronze). Isler (front), with crew member Pease Glasser (back) competed in the 470 Class and won the silver in Sydney. She was the first woman inducted into the Sailing World Hall of Fame.
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Michael Jordan, basketball. Olympics: 1984, 1992. Medals: 2 gold. Jordan won his first Olympic gold following his junior season at North Carolina, the USA's last gold medal in the amateur era. As an NBA superstar in 1992, he was one of the main faces of the legendary "Dream Team."
Michael Jordan, basketball. Olympics: 1984, 1992. Medals: 2 gold. Jordan won his first Olympic gold following his junior season at North Carolina, the USA's last gold medal in the amateur era. As an NBA superstar in 1992, he was one of the main faces of the legendary "Dream Team."
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Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track and field. Olympics: 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996. Medals: 6 (3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Joyner-Kersee, who competed in the heptathlon and long jump, is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most versatile female athletes in history.
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track and field. Olympics: 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996. Medals: 6 (3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Joyner-Kersee, who competed in the heptathlon and long jump, is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most versatile female athletes in history.
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Karch Kiraly, volleyball. Olympics: 1984 (indoor), 1988 (indoor), 1996 (beach). Medals: 3 gold. Kiraly is the only athlete in Olympic history to win gold medals in both indoor and beach volleyball.
Karch Kiraly, volleyball. Olympics: 1984 (indoor), 1988 (indoor), 1996 (beach). Medals: 3 gold. Kiraly is the only athlete in Olympic history to win gold medals in both indoor and beach volleyball.
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Karen Kraft, rowing. Olympics: 1996, 2000. Medals: 2 (1 silver, 1 bronze). Kraft, front, wth Melissa Ryan in the Sydney Olympics, competed in coxless pairs and was a two-time USRowing Female Athlete of the Year.
Karen Kraft, rowing. Olympics: 1996, 2000. Medals: 2 (1 silver, 1 bronze). Kraft, front, wth Melissa Ryan in the Sydney Olympics, competed in coxless pairs and was a two-time USRowing Female Athlete of the Year.
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Greg Louganis, diving. Olympics: 1976, 1984, 1988. Medals: 5 (4 gold, 1 silver). Louganis, who was both a springboard and platform diver, is the only man from any country to win four gold medals in diving.
Greg Louganis, diving. Olympics: 1976, 1984, 1988. Medals: 5 (4 gold, 1 silver). Louganis, who was both a springboard and platform diver, is the only man from any country to win four gold medals in diving.
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Nastia Liukin, gymnastics. Olympics: 2008. Medals 5 (1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze). Liukin, the all-around gold medalist in Beijing, has since become a gymnastics commentator for NBC.
Nastia Liukin, gymnastics. Olympics: 2008. Medals 5 (1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze). Liukin, the all-around gold medalist in Beijing, has since become a gymnastics commentator for NBC.
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LaShawn Merritt, track and field. Olympics: 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 bronze). Merritt led a U.S. sweep of the 400 meters in Beijing, and after pulling out of the 400 in London, came back in 2016 to win bronze in Rio. He also led the USA to two golds in the 4x400-meter relay.
LaShawn Merritt, track and field. Olympics: 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 bronze). Merritt led a U.S. sweep of the 400 meters in Beijing, and after pulling out of the 400 in London, came back in 2016 to win bronze in Rio. He also led the USA to two golds in the 4x400-meter relay.
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Helen Maroulis, wrestling. Olympics: 2016, 2020. Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 bronze). Maroulis won gold in Rio in the featherweight class and took bronze in Tokyo as a lightweight. She is the only American woman with multiple medals in wrestling.
Helen Maroulis, wrestling. Olympics: 2016, 2020. Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 bronze). Maroulis won gold in Rio in the featherweight class and took bronze in Tokyo as a lightweight. She is the only American woman with multiple medals in wrestling.
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Marty Nothstein, cycling. Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004. Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 silver). Nothstein is the only American -- male or female -- to win multiple medals in Sprint. Nothstein also competed in Keirin.
Marty Nothstein, cycling. Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004. Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 silver). Nothstein is the only American -- male or female -- to win multiple medals in Sprint. Nothstein also competed in Keirin.
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Kate Nye, weightlifting. Olympics: 2020. Medals: 1 silver. Nye, who is also known as Kate Vibert, competed in the 76 kg class in Tokyo. One year earlier, she won gold in the 71 kg class in the 2019 world championships.
Kate Nye, weightlifting. Olympics: 2020. Medals: 1 silver. Nye, who is also known as Kate Vibert, competed in the 76 kg class in Tokyo. One year earlier, she won gold in the 71 kg class in the 2019 world championships.
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David O'Connor, equestrian. Olympics: 1996, 2000. Medals: 3 (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze). O'Connor, who competed in three-day eventing, went on to serve as president of the United States Equestrian Federation from 2004 to 2012.
David O'Connor, equestrian. Olympics: 1996, 2000. Medals: 3 (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze). O'Connor, who competed in three-day eventing, went on to serve as president of the United States Equestrian Federation from 2004 to 2012.
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Leah O'Brien-Amico, softball. Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004. Medals: 3 gold. O'Brien-Amico also won three NCAA championships with the Arizona Wildcats and was inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame in 2009.
Leah O'Brien-Amico, softball. Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004. Medals: 3 gold. O'Brien-Amico also won three NCAA championships with the Arizona Wildcats and was inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame in 2009.
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Michael Phelps, swimming. Olympics: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 28 (23 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze). The greatest swimmer ever, Phelps has won 14 more golds and 16 more total medals than any other swimmer -- male or female -- in history.
Michael Phelps, swimming. Olympics: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 28 (23 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze). The greatest swimmer ever, Phelps has won 14 more golds and 16 more total medals than any other swimmer -- male or female -- in history.
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Christie Pearce, soccer. Olympics: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 silver). 
Pearce, who also won two World Cups, is the only soccer player – female or male – to win four Olympic medals.
Christie Pearce, soccer. Olympics: 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 silver). Pearce, who also won two World Cups, is the only soccer player – female or male – to win four Olympic medals.
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Trevell Quinley, track and field. Olympics: 2008. Medals: None. Quinley, who competed in the long jump, won a bronze medal at the 2002 World Junior Championships.
Trevell Quinley, track and field. Olympics: 2008. Medals: None. Quinley, who competed in the long jump, won a bronze medal at the 2002 World Junior Championships.
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Megan Quann-Jendrick, swimming. Olympics; 2000, 2008. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 silver). Quann-Jendrick, who swam the breaststroke and medley relay, set 27 American records and four world records in her swimming career.
Megan Quann-Jendrick, swimming. Olympics; 2000, 2008. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 silver). Quann-Jendrick, who swam the breaststroke and medley relay, set 27 American records and four world records in her swimming career.
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Mark Reynolds, sailing. Olympics: 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 silver). Reynolds, right, with Magnus Liljedahl in Sydney, competed in the Mixed Two Person Keelboat and is the most accomplished American sailor in Olympic history.
Mark Reynolds, sailing. Olympics: 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 silver). Reynolds, right, with Magnus Liljedahl in Sydney, competed in the Mixed Two Person Keelboat and is the most accomplished American sailor in Olympic history.
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Kim Rhode, shooting. Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 6 (3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Rhode, who competed in double trap and skeet, has won more gold medals and more overall medals than any female shooter in history.
Kim Rhode, shooting. Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 6 (3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze). Rhode, who competed in double trap and skeet, has won more gold medals and more overall medals than any female shooter in history.
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Jack Sock, tennis. Olympics: 2016. Medals 2 (1 gold, 1 bronze). Sock teamed with Bethanie Mattek-Sands to win mixed doubles gold and Steve Johnson to win bronze in men's doubles for the USA.
Jack Sock, tennis. Olympics: 2016. Medals 2 (1 gold, 1 bronze). Sock teamed with Bethanie Mattek-Sands to win mixed doubles gold and Steve Johnson to win bronze in men's doubles for the USA.
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Maggie Steffens, water polo. Olympics: 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 3 gold. Steffens is one of only two women to win three gold medals in the sport. In London, she scored 21 total goals to set a then-record for most by a woman in a single Olympic Games.
Maggie Steffens, water polo. Olympics: 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 3 gold. Steffens is one of only two women to win three gold medals in the sport. In London, she scored 21 total goals to set a then-record for most by a woman in a single Olympic Games.
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Steve Timmons, volleyball. Olympics: 1984, 1988, 1992. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 bronze). Timmons' three medals are the most by an American -- male or female -- in U.S. Olympic indoor volleyball history.
Steve Timmons, volleyball. Olympics: 1984, 1988, 1992. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 bronze). Timmons' three medals are the most by an American -- male or female -- in U.S. Olympic indoor volleyball history.
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Diana Taurasi, basketball. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2020 Medals: 5 gold. One of only two basketball players (along with U.S. temmate Sue Bird) to win five gold medals, Taurasi has also won three WNBA championships and three NCAA titles.
Diana Taurasi, basketball. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2020 Medals: 5 gold. One of only two basketball players (along with U.S. temmate Sue Bird) to win five gold medals, Taurasi has also won three WNBA championships and three NCAA titles.
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Eric Uptagrafft, shooting. Olympics: 1996, 2012. Medals: None. Uptagrafft competed in the men's 50-meter prone small-bore rifle.
Eric Uptagrafft, shooting. Olympics: 1996, 2012. Medals: None. Uptagrafft competed in the men's 50-meter prone small-bore rifle.
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Grace Upshaw, track and field. Olympics: 2004, 2008. Medals: None. Upshaw, who competed in the long jump, finished 9th in Athens in 2004 and 8th in Beijing in 2008.
Grace Upshaw, track and field. Olympics: 2004, 2008. Medals: None. Upshaw, who competed in the long jump, finished 9th in Athens in 2004 and 8th in Beijing in 2008.
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Peter Vidmar, gymnastics. Olympics: 1984. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 silver). Vidmar helped the U.S. men win gold in the team event in Los Angeles and also won silver in the all-around and gold in the pommell horse.
Peter Vidmar, gymnastics. Olympics: 1984. Medals: 3 (2 gold, 1 silver). Vidmar helped the U.S. men win gold in the team event in Los Angeles and also won silver in the all-around and gold in the pommell horse.
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Dana Vollmer, swimming. Olympics: 2004, 2012, 2016. Medals: 7 (5 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze). Vollmer set a world record in London in the 100 butterfly en route to winning gold and took bronze in Rio. She has also won medals in the 4x100 freestyle relay, 4x200 freestyle relay and the medley relay.
Dana Vollmer, swimming. Olympics: 2004, 2012, 2016. Medals: 7 (5 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze). Vollmer set a world record in London in the 100 butterfly en route to winning gold and took bronze in Rio. She has also won medals in the 4x100 freestyle relay, 4x200 freestyle relay and the medley relay.
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Andre Ward, boxing. Olympics: 2004. Medals: 1 gold. Ward, left, competed in the light-heavyweight division in Athens and then turned pro, winning multiple world titles in two weight classes before retiring with a perfect 32-0 record.
Andre Ward, boxing. Olympics: 2004. Medals: 1 gold. Ward, left, competed in the light-heavyweight division in Athens and then turned pro, winning multiple world titles in two weight classes before retiring with a perfect 32-0 record.
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Kerri Walsh Jennings, beach (and indoor) volleyball. Olympics: 2000 (indoor), 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 bronze). Walsh Jennings won three consecutive gold medals with Misty May-Treanor from 2004-2012 and then won bronze with April Ross in 2016 to set a record for most medals in Olympic beach volleyball.
Kerri Walsh Jennings, beach (and indoor) volleyball. Olympics: 2000 (indoor), 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016. Medals: 4 (3 gold, 1 bronze). Walsh Jennings won three consecutive gold medals with Misty May-Treanor from 2004-2012 and then won bronze with April Ross in 2016 to set a record for most medals in Olympic beach volleyball.
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Tim Young, rowing. Olympics: 1996. Medals: 1 silver. Young, standing in the boat with his teammates, rowed the men's quadruple sculls and helped capture the only medal the U.S. has ever won in the discipline.
Tim Young, rowing. Olympics: 1996. Medals: 1 silver. Young, standing in the boat with his teammates, rowed the men's quadruple sculls and helped capture the only medal the U.S. has ever won in the discipline.
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Jackie Young, basketball. Olympics: 2020. Medals: 1 gold. Young competed in Tokyo and was part of the first team to win gold in 3x3 basketball. Young has also won two WNBA championships with the Las Vegas Aces and led Notre Dame to the 2018 NCAA championship.
Jackie Young, basketball. Olympics: 2020. Medals: 1 gold. Young competed in Tokyo and was part of the first team to win gold in 3x3 basketball. Young has also won two WNBA championships with the Las Vegas Aces and led Notre Dame to the 2018 NCAA championship.
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Zach Ziemek, track and field. Olympics: 2016, 2020. Medals: None. Ziemek finished seventh in the decathlon in Rio and sixth in Tokyo.
Zach Ziemek, track and field. Olympics: 2016, 2020. Medals: None. Ziemek finished seventh in the decathlon in Rio and sixth in Tokyo.
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Mariel Zagunis, fencing. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 4 (2 gold, 2 bronze). Zagunis, the most decorated American female fencer in history, won back-to-back golds in Athens and Beijing in women's individual sabre and helped the team win bronze in Beijing and Rio.
Mariel Zagunis, fencing. Olympics: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2020. Medals: 4 (2 gold, 2 bronze). Zagunis, the most decorated American female fencer in history, won back-to-back golds in Athens and Beijing in women's individual sabre and helped the team win bronze in Beijing and Rio.
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