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22 Mai 1982 Seattle, United States of America
173 cm / 68 kg 5'8'' / 149 Pfund
Mann

Born to a Japanese father and an American mother, Apolo Anton Ohno had a troublesome youth, but his parents used his skating talent to straighten him out. After winning the 1999 World Junior title, Ohno soon rose to the international top, winning the 2001 1500 m World title. A crowd favourite at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, he won two medals, both of them after eventful races. His 1500 m gold was gained after the controversial disqualification of Kim Dong-Seong for cross-tracking. In the 1000 m, four out of five finalists fell in the final lap, allowing Steven...

Apolo Anton in Zahlen

3
Olympische Spiele
Olympische Spiele
8
Medaillen
Goldmedaille:2 Silbermedaille:2 Bronzemedaille:4
  • Vancouver
    Vancouver 2010
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Vancouver
    Vancouver 2010
    • 8
      Short Track Speed Skating
      500 metres
    • 3 Bronzemedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      1,000 metres
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      1,500 metres
    • 3 Bronzemedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      5,000 metres Relay
  • Turin
    Turin 2006
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Turin
    Turin 2006
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      500 metres
    • 3 Bronzemedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      1,000 metres
    • 8
      Short Track Speed Skating
      1,500 metres
    • 3 Bronzemedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      5,000 metres Relay
  • Salt Lake City
    Salt Lake City 2002
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Salt Lake City
    Salt Lake City 2002
    • 11
      Short Track Speed Skating
      500 metres
    • 2 Silbermedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      1,000 metres
    • 1 Goldmedaille
      Short Track Speed Skating
      1,500 metres
    • 4
      Short Track Speed Skating
      5,000 metres Relay