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7 Aug 1957 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation (1989-)
178 cm / 70 kg 5'10'' / 154 Pfund
Mann

Aleksandr Dityatin set an Olympic record in the gymnastics competition at Moscow by 1980, by winning a medal in all eight gymnastics events. The record is also the most medals won by any athlete at a single Olympics, since equaled by Michael Phelps in swimming in 2004. His three gold medals came in the team and individual all-around, and on the rings, to which he added four silvers and a bronze medal. His finest performance was in the horse vault when he received the first perfect score (10) awarded to a male gymnast at the Olympics. He was equally dominant...

Aleksandr in Zahlen

2
Olympische Spiele
Olympische Spiele
10
Medaillen
Goldmedaille:3 Silbermedaille:6 Bronzemedaille:1
  • Moskau
    Moskau 1980
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Moskau
    Moskau 1980
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Gymnastics
      Individual All-Around
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Gymnastics
      Team All-Around
    • 3 Bronzemedaille
      Gymnastics
      Floor Exercise
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Gymnastics
      Horse Vault
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Gymnastics
      Parallel Bars
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Gymnastics
      Horizontal Bar
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Gymnastics
      Rings
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Gymnastics
      Pommelled Horse
  • Montreal
    Montreal 1976
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Montreal
    Montreal 1976
    • 4
      Gymnastics
      Individual All-Around
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Gymnastics
      Team All-Around
    • =3 QR
      Gymnastics
      Floor Exercise
    • =11 QR
      Gymnastics
      Horse Vault
    • =13 QR
      Gymnastics
      Parallel Bars
    • =14 QR
      Gymnastics
      Horizontal Bar
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Gymnastics
      Rings
    • 6
      Gymnastics
      Pommelled Horse