Jeux & médailles

Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Athènes 2004
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Athènes 2004
#5 h2 r3/4 Athletics 100 metres
#AC h1 r3/4 Athletics 200 metres
Sydney 2000
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Sydney 2000
#3
Athletics 100 metres
#2
Athletics 4 x 100 metres Relay
Atlanta 1996
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Atlanta 1996
#2
Athletics 100 metres
#2
Athletics 200 metres
#3
Athletics 4 x 100 metres Relay
Barcelone 1992
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Barcelone 1992
#5 Athletics 100 metres
#3
Athletics 200 metres
#AC Athletics 4 x 100 metres Relay
Séoul 1988
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Séoul 1988
#2 h1 r2/4 Athletics 100 metres
#4 Athletics 200 metres
#3 h1 r2/3 Athletics 4 x 100 metres Relay
Los Angeles 1984
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Los Angeles 1984
#3
Athletics 100 metres
#3
Athletics 200 metres
#8 Athletics 4 x 100 metres Relay
Moscou 1980
Jeux Résultats Sport Événement
Moscou 1980
#3
Athletics 200 metres
#6 Athletics 4 x 100 metres Relay
#4 h1 r1/2 Athletics 4 x 400 metres Relay

Merlene OTTEY-PAGE

Slovénie
Athlétisme 
Taille
175 cm / 5'9''
Poids
62 kg / 136 livres
Date de naissance
10 mai 1960 Cold Spring, Jamaica
Sexe
Féminin

Nombre de médailles

9 Médailles olympiques

Jeux Olympiques

7 Jeux Olympiques

Merlene OTTEY-PAGE biographie

At her career's end, Merlene Ottey had won more Olympic medals in track & field athletics than any woman, with nine. Further these were won over a remarkably long career, which saw her win her first Olympic medal in 1980 (200 metre bronze) and her final one in 2000 (4×100 relay silver with Jamaica). Through 2004, she competed in seven Olympic Games, consecutively from 1980-2004. Her final appearance in 2004 came representing Slovenia. Ottey's record is marred by her failure to win a gold medal at the Olympics, as she has won three silver and six bronze. Primarily a 200 metre runner, she did win the World Championships at that distance in 1993 and 1995. Ottey adopted Slovene nationality on 27 October 2002, following a dispute with the Jamaican federation over her participation at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Personal Bests: 100 – 10.74 (1996); 200 – 21.64 (1991); 400 – 51.12 (1983).

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