Olympics 2018: goldsmith mistress


Esther Ledezma. Photo: Reuters

22-year-old Czech Esther Ledezma, sensationally winning in Pyeongchang ski super g, and then achieved success in their signature snowboard discipline of parallel giant slalom.

She became just the third athlete in history who managed to win gold medals in different types at a single winter Olympics.

It was impossible for the Norwegians to Turlava the Hauge in 1924 and Johan Grettumsbroten in 1928, who excelled in cross-country skiing and Nordic combined.

Yury LYAKHOVETSKY, Sport-Express in Ukraine

ATHLETES WHO WON GOLD MEDALS IN TWO SPORTS AT THE SUMMER AND WINTER OLYMPICS

ZM years, the Types of

4 Carl SCHUMANN Germany 1896 gymnastics/wrestling

Paul RADMILOVIC UK 1908-1920 swimming/water Polo

3 John JERVIS 1900 UK swimming/water Polo

Daniel NORLING Sweden 1908-1920 gymnastics/horse riding

Torleif HAUG Norway 1924 skiing/Nordic combined

Johan GRETTUMSBROTEN Norway 1928-1932 skiing/Nordic combined

Anfisa REZTSOVA, Soviet Union/OK CIS/Russia 1988-1994 ski/biathlon

Karch KIRALY USA 1984-1996 volleyball/beach-voley

2 Leo GOODWIN USA 1904 swimming/water Polo

Joe RUDDY 1904 USA swimming/water Polo

Lou HANDLEY USA 1904 swimming/water Polo

Rob DERBYSHIRE UK 1900-1908 water Polo/swimming

Morris KIRKE USA 1920 athletics/Rugby

Eddie EAGAN of the United States 1920-1932 Boxing/bobsled

Heikki HASU 1948-1952 Finland Nordic combined/ski

Lauryn WILLIAMS USA 2012-2014 athletics/bobsleigh

Esther LEDEZMA 2018 Czech Republic Alpine skiing/snowboarding

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