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July 19, 1996 - Image 90

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FOR THE RECORD

1948 (St. Moritz/London)
Gold

Fanny Rosenfeld, Canada,
athletics, 100-meter
dash
Lillian Copeland, USA,
athletics, discus throw
Istvan Barta, Hungary,
water polo
Attila Petschauer, Hun-
gary, fencing, individual
saber

Frank Spellman, USA, middleweight
weightlifting
Henry Wittenberg, USA, freestyle light-
heavyweight wrestling

Silver

Steve Seymour, USA, athletics, javelin
throw

Bronze

Bronze

Ellis Smouha, Great
Britain, athletics, 400-
meter relay
Harry Isaacs, South
Africa, bantamweight
boxing
Harold Devine, USA,
featherweight boxing
Samuel Rabin, Great
Britain, freestyle mid-
dleweight wrestling

1932 (Lake Placid/
Los Angeles)
Gold

James Fuchs, USA, athletics, shot put

1952 (Oslo/Helsinki)
Gold

Above: Swimmer Mark Spitz

Below right: Speed skater
Irving Jaffee, center, wins at
Lake Placid.

Lillian Copeland, USA, ath-
letics, discus throw
Irving Jaffee, USA, 5,000-meter speed skating
Irving Jaffee, USA, 10,000-meter speed skating
George Gulack, USA, gymnastics, rings
Gyorgy Brody, Hungary, water polo
Istvan Barta, Hungary, water polo
Miklos Sarkany, Hungary, water polo
Endre Kabos, Hungary, fencing, team saber
Attila Petschauer, Hungary, fencing, team saber

Silver

Karoly Karpati, Hungary, freestyle lightweight
wrestling
Abraham Kurland, Denmark, Greco-Roman light-
weight wrestling
Peter Jaffe, Great Britain, star-class yachting
Phillip Erenberg, USA, gymnastics, club swinging

Bronze

Albert Schwartz, USA, 100-meter freestyle swimming
Nickolaus Herschl, Austria, freestyle heavyweight
wrestling
Nickolaus Herschl, Austria, Greco-Roman heavy-
weight wrestling
Nathan Bor, USA, lightweight boxing
Endre Kabos, Hungary, fencing, individual saber
Rudolf Ball, Germany, ice hockey

1936 (Garmisch-Partenkirchen/
Berlin)
Gold

Samuel Baiter, USA, basketball
Gyorgy Brody, Hungary, water polo
Miklos Sarkany, Hungary, water polo
Karoly Karpati, Hungary, lightweight freestyle
wrestling
Endre Kabos, Hungary, fencing, individual saber
Endre Kabos, Htingary, fencing, team saber

Silver

Eva Szekely, Hungary, 200-meter breast-
stroke swimming
Robert Antal, Hungary, water polo
Boris Gurevitsch, USSR, Greco-Roman fly-
weight wrestling
Claude Netter, France, fencing, team foil
Mikhail Perelman, USSR, gymnastics,
team combined exercises
Agnes Keleti, Hungary; gymnastics, floor exercises
Sandor Geller, Hungary, soccer
Valeria Gyenge, Hungary, 400-meter freestyle swim-
ming

Silver

Aleksandr Moiseyev, USSR, basketball
Grigoriy Novak, USSR, middle-heavyweight
weightlifting
Henry Wittenberg, USA, light-heavyweight freestyle
wrestling
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics,
team combined exercises

Bronze

Imre Farkas, Hungary, canoe, 10,000-meter Canadian
pairs
Boris Goikhman, USSR, water polo
Yves Dreyfus, France, fencing, team epee
Armand Mouyal, France, fencing, team epee
Yakov Rylsky, USSR, fencing, team saber
David Tyschler, USSR, fencing, team saber

1960 (Squaw Valley/ Rome)

Gold

Mark Midler, USSR, fencing, team foil

Silver

Boris Goikhman, USSR, water polo
Isaac Berger, USA, featherweight weightlifting
Allan Jay, Great Britain, fencing, individual epee
Allan Jay, Great Britain, fencing, team epee
Guy Nosbaum, France, rowing, coxed-fours
Jean Klein, France, rowing, coxed fours
Vladimir Portnoi, USSR, gymnastics, team combined
exercises

Bronze

Leon Rotman, Romania, canoe, 1,000-meter Canadian
singles
Imre Farkas, Hungary, canoe, 1,000-meter Canadian
pairs
Klara Fried-Banfalvi, Hungary, kayak, 500-meter
pairs

Bronze

James Fuchs, USA, athletics, shot put
Lev Vainschtein, USSR, free rifle
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics,
team exercise with portable appara-
tus
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics,
asymmetrical bars

1956 (Cortina d'Ampezzo/

Melbourne)
Gold

Leon Rotman, Romania, canoe, 1,000-
meter Canadian singles
Leon Rotman, Romania, canoe,
10,000 meter Canadian singles
Isaac Berger, USA, featherweight
weightlifting
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics,
asymmetrical bars,
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics,
floor exercises
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics,
balance beam
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics, team exercise
with portable apparatus
Aliz Kertesz, Hungary, gymnastics, team exercise with
portable apparatus
Boris Rasinsky, USSR, soccer

Irving Maretzky, Canada, basketball

Silver

Bronze

Eva Szekely, Hungary, 200-meter breaststroke swim-
ming
Claude Netter, France, fencing, team foil
Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics, individual com-
bined exercises

Gerard Blitz, Belgium, water polo
Rudi Ball, Germany, ice hockey
Laszlo Szollas, Hungary, pair figure skating
Emilia Rotter, Hungary, pair figure skating

Agnes Keleti, Hungary, gymnastics, team combined
exercises
Aliz Kertesz, Hungary, gymnastics, team combined ex-
ercises
Rafael Gratsch, USSR, 500-meter speed skating

Moyses Blas, Brazil, basketball
David Segal, Great Britain, athletics, 400-meter relay
Albert Axelrod, USA, fencing, individual foil
Robert Halperin, USA, star-class yachting
Vladimir Portnoi, USSR, gymnastics, long horse vault
Rafael Gratsch, USSR, 500-meter speed skating

1964 (Innsbruck/ Tokyo)
Gold

Lawrence Brown, USA, basketball
Gerald Ashworth, USA, athletics, 400-meter relay
Irena Kirszenstein, Poland, athletics, 400-meter relay

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