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27 set 1989 Seoul, Korea
183 cm / 73 kg 6'0'' / 160 libbre
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Only the second ever South Korean swimmer to reach an Olympic final (after Nam Yu-Seon), Park Tae-Hwan beame the first to win an Olympic medal, claiming gold in the 400 freestyle, and silver in the 200 freestyle, behind the invincible Michael Phelps. His medals did not come as a complete surprise, as Park had won the world title in the 400 free in 2007 – again as the first Korean ever. He would do so again in 2011, while earning a bronze in the 200 metres in 2007. Also a top performer in regional competitions, Park has won three titles...

Tae-Hwan in numeri

4
Olimpiadi
Olimpiadi
4
medaglie
Medaglia d'oro:1 Medaglia d'argento:3 Medaglia di bronzo:
  • Rio de Janeiro
    Rio de Janeiro 2016
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Rio de Janeiro
    Rio de Janeiro 2016
    • 32
      Swimming
      100 metres Freestyle
    • 29
      Swimming
      200 metres Freestyle
    • 10
      Swimming
      400 metres Freestyle
    • DNS
      Swimming
      1,500 metres Freestyle
  • Londra
    Londra 2012
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Londra
    Londra 2012
    • 2 Medaglia d'argento
      Swimming
      400 metres Freestyle
    • =2 Medaglia d'argento
      Swimming
      200 metres Freestyle
    • 4
      Swimming
      1,500 metres Freestyle
  • Pechino
    Pechino 2008
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Pechino
    Pechino 2008
    • 2 Medaglia d'argento
      Swimming
      200 metres Freestyle
    • 1 Medaglia d'oro
      Swimming
      400 metres Freestyle
    • 16
      Swimming
      1,500 metres Freestyle
  • Atene
    Atene 2004
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Atene
    Atene 2004
    • AC
      Swimming
      400 metres Freestyle

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