What 3 events in the Olympics are won backwards?
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Germany won 38 gold medals at the 1936 Summer Games in Berlin. They won events in Gymnastics, Equestrian, Athletics, Canoeing, Sailing, Rowing, Shooting, Handball, Art Competition, Cycling, Weightlifting, Boxing, and Modern Pentathlon. Gymnasts Alfred Schwarzmann and Konrad Frey each won 3 gold medals, the most by a German athlete. Germany won 3 gold medals at the 1936 Winter Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. They won events in Figure Skating and Alpine Skiing.
Larisa Latynina won a medal in every single event she participated in. She competed in 18 events. She went represented the Soviet Union in 3 Olympics. In those 3 Olympics, she particpated in 6 events each times, which is the maximum for a female gymnast. She finished her career with 9 golds, 5 silvers, and 4 bronzes.
Well, first of all, a LOT of women have won medals for equestrian events. In the 2008 Olympics, Anky Van Grunsven won gold in dressage 3 times. Also, Beezie Madden won bronze in Individual Show Jumping. Gina Miles won silver in Individual Eventing. ...and more. If I listed all of them, you'd be sitting here for hours. If you really want to explore that topic, I suggest that you search it up on the Internet.
If you're asking how many Olympic gold medals Lisa Wang has won, she hasn't won any - she's never been to the Olympics. She missed qualifying for the 2008 Olympics by 3/10 of a point. Usually when people say "gold medals" they are asking about medals won at the Olympic Games. However, she has won medals at other events, including 5 gold medals at the 2008 National Championship. She now attends Yale University.
Through the 2006 Games in Turin, none. Australia has won 3 gold medals at the Winter Games, all in individual events (2 in freestyle skiing and 1 in short track speed skating). Australia has won a bronze medal in a team event, that being the men's 5,000 meter short track speed skating relay at the 1994 Games in Lillehammer.