Juegos y Medallas

Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
St. Moritz 1928 1928
Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
St. Moritz 1928 1928
#43 Cross Country Skiing 18 kilometres
#25 Nordic Combined Individual
#18 Ski Jumping Normal Hill, Individual
Chamonix 1924 1924
Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
Chamonix 1924 1924
#33 Cross Country Skiing 18 kilometres
#21 Nordic Combined Individual
#3
Ski Jumping Normal Hill, Individual
#DNS Cross Country Skiing 50 kilometres

Anders HAUGEN

Estados Unidos de América 
Esquí de fondo
Altura
179 cm / 5'10''
Género
Masculino

Número de medallas

1 Medallas olímpicas

Juegos Olímpicos

2 Juegos Olímpicos

Anders HAUGEN: biografía

It took longer for Anders Haugen to win his medal than any athlete in Olympic history. At the 1924 Olympics, Haugen was placed fourth – just behind Norway's Thorleif Haug, who had won three gold medals in other events. The result was accepted without argument. In 1974, at the 50th reunion of the 1924 Norwegian team, Norwegian sports historian Jacob Vaage was going over the results when he noticed an error. Haugen had correctly been given 17.916 points, but Haug's scores added up to 17.821, not the 18.000 with which he had been credited. The IOC was notified and at a special ceremony in Oslo, on 12 September 1974, 85-year-old Anders Haugen was given his bronze medal by Haug's daughter – more than 50 years after the competition. Haugen and his brother, Lars, were the first great American ski jumpers. Anders won four national ski jumping championships, while Lars took seven. But Anders also set three American records, the first in 1911 at Ironwood, Michigan, and the last in 1920 at Dillon, Colorado. That mark, 214 feet, would not be bettered by an American for 12 years. Anders Haugen settled in California and coached skiing for many years. At the age of 75 he was still directing a junior alpine program for youngsters.

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