Yes. Fatima Whitbread of Great Britain won 2 Olympic medals, a silver and a bronze. She won bronze in women's javelin throw at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles and silver in women's javelin at the 1988 Games in Seoul.
730 making them second in all-time Olympic medal score.
Tessa Sanderson of Great Britain with a throw of 69.56 meters (228 feet, 2 1/2 inches).
Great Britain does not give any bonus or award for winning a medal.
Great Britain won the gold medal for Alpinism at the 1914 Olympic games.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, no New Zealander has won a gold medal in javelin.
Yes, In 1934 an Olympian from Great Britain sold his Olympic Gold Medal to pay off his home.
Great Britain in 1900 in Paris.
No prize, but face on stump
Tessa Sanderson of Great Britain won a gold medal in women's javelin throw at the 1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles.
One gold medal
Click on the 'Great Britain Olympic Medal Totals' link below to see how many medals the have won in each Olympic Games and in each Olympic sport.
Osleidys Menéndez of Cuba won the gold medal and set the Olympic record in women's javelin at the 2004 Games in Athens.
Great Britain and Northern Ireland have had a gold medal in every modern Olympic games.
Great Britain at the 1900 Games in Paris.
No, not through the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Great Britain with 146 medals.
No, however, javelin thrower Steve Backley of Great Britain won 2 silver medals (1996, 2000) and 1 bronze medal (1992) in Olympic competition. Backley had the 'misfortune' of competing in the Olympics against Jan Železný of Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, quite possibly the greatest javelin thrower in history, who won the gold medal in 1992, 1996, and 2000.
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That was ladies singles tennis and the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal was Charlotte Cooper of Great Britain at the 1900 Games in Paris.