Gold medal distances in the triple jump at the Summer Olympics 1896-2020

Gold medal winning distances in the Men's and Women's triple jump at the Summer Olympics from 1896 to 2020

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Release date

2021

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

1896 to 2021

Supplementary notes

This data was collected using the official Olympic.org site, as well as a spreadsheet from the Guardian that includes data from 1896-2008 (available here), 2012 and 2016 data was compared with that from Encyclopaedia Britannica, and several news outlets were used to update the table when medals were reassigned (i.e. for doping offenses).

The winning athletes (male listed first) and their represented countries are as follows:
1896 - James Connolly (U.S.)
1900 - Meyer Prinstein (U.S.)
1904 - Meyer Prinstein (U.S.)
1908 - Tim Ahearne (Great Britain)
1912 - Gustav Lindblom (Sweden)
1920 - Vilho Tuulos (Finland)
1924 - Nick Winter (Australia)
1928 - Mikio Oda (Japan)
1932 - Chuhei Nambu (Japan)
1936 - Naoto Tajima (Japan)
1948 - Arne Ahman (Sweden)
1952 - Adhemar Da Silva (Brazil)
1956 - Adhemar Da Silva (Brazil)
1960 - Jozef Schmidt (Poland)
1964 - Jozef Schmidt (Poland)
1968 - Viktor Saneyev (Soviet Union)
1972 - Viktor Saneyev (Soviet Union)
1976 - Viktor Saneyev (Soviet Union)
1980 - Jack Uidmäe (Soviet Union)
1984 - Alfredrick Alphonzo Joyner (U.S.)
1988 - Khristo Markov (Bulgaria)
1992 - Mike Conley (U.S.)
1996 - Kenny Harrison (U.S.) & Inessa Kravets (Ukraine)
2000 - Jonathan Edwards (Great Britain) & Tereza Marinova (Bulgaria)
2004 - Christian Olsson (Sweden) & Françoise Mbango Etone (Cameroon)
2008 - Nelson Evora (Portugal) & Françoise Mbango Etone (Cameroon)
2012 - Christian Taylor (U.S.) & Olga Krypakova (Kazakhstan)
2016 - Christian Taylor (U.S.) & Caterine Ibarguen (Colombia)
2020 - Pedro Richardo (Portugal) & Yulimar Rojas (Venezuela)

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