List of athletes who competed in both the Summer and Winter Olympic games

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Below is a list of athletes who competed in both the Summer and Winter Olympics, as of the end of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.[1]

Prior to the first winter games in 1924, the winter sports of Figure skating and Ice hockey had been contested in the Summer Olympics. The creation of the first winter games allowed for many athletes of the era to compete in both sets of games in the same discipline,[2] and on this page these athletes are listed below the main list. The Russian athlete Nikolai Panin is unique in having competed in both a summer sport (shooting in 1912) and a winter sport (figure skating in 1908) but only competing at the Summer Olympics.[3]

Among these athletes, the most-occurring combination is bobsledding and athletics, followed by cycling and speed skating.[4] Other events competed in by Summer and Winter Olympians include fencing, track and field, sailing, ski jumping, and equestrian events. Only five of the 136 athletes won medals in both the Summer or Winter Olympics.[4][5] Eddie Eagan was the only athlete to win gold medals in both the Summer and Winter Olympics.[4][5] Some of the Olympians competed in both sets of games over a span of different decades.

Athletes who competed in both Summer and Winter Olympics[edit]

Denotes athlete who has won medals in both the Summer and Winter Olympics
Athlete Nation Summer Games Summer Sport Winter Games Winter Sport Number of Summer Games Number of Winter Games Total Number of Games
István Déván  Hungary 1912 Athletics 1924 Cross-country skiing/Nordic combined 1 1 2[6]
Väinö Bremer  Finland 1924 Modern pentathlon 1924 Military patrol at the Winter Olympics 1 1 2[7]
Anton Collin  Finland 1924 Cycling 1924 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[8]
Roberts Plūme  Latvia 1924/1928 Cycling 1924 Cross-country skiing 2 1 3[9]
Charles Stoffel  Switzerland 1924/1928 Equestrian 1924/1928 Bobsleigh 2 2 4 [4]
Giuseppe Crivelli  Italy 1924 Rowing 1928 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[10]
Max Houben  Belgium 1920 Athletics 1928/1932/1936/1948 Bobsleigh 1 4 5[4]
Léon Tom  Belgium 1912/1920/1924/1928 Fencing 1928 Bobsleigh 4 1 5[11]
Tibor Heinrich von Omorovicza  Hungary 1928/1936 Sailing 1928 Ice hockey 2 1 3[12]
Karl Schäfer  Austria 1928 Swimming 1928/1932/1936 Figure skating 1 3 4[13]
Johan Støa  Norway 1928 Athletics 1928 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[14]
Béla Szepes  Hungary 1928 Athletics 1924 Cross-country skiing/Nordic combined 1 1 2[15]
Carlos Van den Driessche  Belgium 1928 Fencing 1924/1936 Ice hockey 1 2 3[16]
Philippe Van Volckxsom  Belgium 1928 Rowing 1920/1924 Ice hockey/Speed skating 1 2 3[17]
Eddie Eagan  United States 1920/1924 Boxing 1932 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[2][18]
Louis Van Hege  Belgium 1920/1924 Football 1932 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[19]
André Poplimont  Belgium 1932 Fencing 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[20]
Mátyás Farkas  Hungary 1928 Athletics 1936 Ice hockey 1 1 2[21]
Arvīds Jurgens  Latvia 1924 Football 1936 Ice hockey 1 1 2[22]
Percy Legard  Great Britain 1932/1936 Athletics 1936/1948 Nordic Combined 2 2 4[23]
Martial Van Schelle  Belgium 1920/1924/1928 Swimming 1936 Bobsleigh 3 1 4[24]
Sven Bergqvist  Sweden 1936 Football 1936 Ice hockey 1 1 2[25]
István Csák  Hungary 1936 Field Hockey 1936 Ice hockey 1 1 2[26]
Johann Baptist Gudenus  Austria 1936 Athletics 1932/1936 Bobsleigh 1 2 3[4]
Harry Haraldsen  Norway 1936 Cycling 1936 Speed skating 1 1 2[27]
Béla Háray  Hungary 1936 Field Hockey 1936 Ice hockey 1 1 2[28]
Karl Leban  Austria 1936 Modern pentathlon 1936 Speed skating 1 1 2[29]
Fritz Moser  Austria 1936 Rowing 1928 Speed skating 1 1 2[30]
Jacob Tullin Thams  Norway 1936 Sailing 1924/1928 Ski jumping 1 2 3[2][18]
Ferenc Szamosi  Hungary 1936 Field Hockey 1936 Ice hockey 1 1 2[31]
Willi Zacharias  Romania 1936 Handball 1936 Alpine Skiing/Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[32]
Xaver Frick  Liechtenstein 1936 Athletics 1948 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[33]
Erik Elmsäter  Sweden 1948 Athletics 1948/1952 Cross-country skiing/Nordic combined/ 1 2 3[34]
Pierre Musy  Switzerland 1948 Equestrian 1936 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[35]
Oskar Nowak  Austria 1948 Field hockey 1936/1948 Ice hockey 1 2 3[36]
Albert Casteleyns  Belgium 1936 Water Polo 1952/1956 Bobsleigh 1 2 3[37]
Ari Guðmundsson  Iceland 1948 Swimming 1952 Ski jumping 1 1 2[38]
Martin Stokken  Norway 1948/1952 Athletics 1952/1956 Cross-country skiing 2 2 4[39]
Fritz Stöckli  Switzerland 1948 Wrestling 1952 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[40]
Jorun Askersrud Tangen  Norway 1952 Athletics 1952 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[41]
Keijo Kuusela  Finland 1952 Field hockey 1952 Ice hockey 1 1 2[42]
Arthur Mannsbarth  Austria 1952 Cycling 1952/1956 Speed skating 1 2 3[43]
Vsevolod Bobrov  Soviet Union 1952 Football 1956 Ice hockey 1 1 2[44]
Ruedi Keller  Switzerland 1952 Field hockey 1956 Ice hockey 1 1 2[45]
Hermann Knoll  Austria 1952 Field Hockey 1956/1964 Ice hockey 1 2 3[46]
Bjørn Oscar Gulbrandsen  Norway 1956 Sailing 1952 Ice hockey 1 1 2[47]
Art Longsjo  United States 1956 Cycling 1956 Speed skating 1 1 2[48]
Jorma Kortelainen  Finland 1960 Rowing 1956 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[49]
Hannu Posti  Finland 1952 Athletics 1964 Biathlon 1 1 2[50]
Jean-Marie Buisset  Belgium 1964/1968/1972 Field hockey 1964 Bobsleigh 3 1 4[51]
Arnold Uhrlass  United States 1964 Cycling 1960 Speed skating 1 1 2[52]
Luis Omedes  Spain 1952 Rowing 1968 Luge 1 1 2[53]
Bob Boucher  Canada 1968 Cycling 1968 Speed skating 1 1 2[54]
Charly Bouvy  Belgium 1968/1972 Field hockey 1964 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[55]
Edy Hubacher  Switzerland 1968 Athletics 1972 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[4]
Colin Campbell  Great Britain 1968/1972 Athletics 1976 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[23]
Manfred Schumann  West Germany 1972 Athletics 1976 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[56]
David Gilman  United States 1976/1984 Canoeing 1976 Luge 2 1 3[57]
Sue Holloway  Canada 1976/1984 Canoeing 1976 Cross-country skiing 2 1 3 [58]
Runald Beckman  Sweden 1976 Athletics 1980 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[59]
Willie Davenport  United States 1964/1968/1972/1976 Athletics 1980 Bobsleigh 4 1 5[4]
Mauri Röppänen  Finland 1980/1984 Shooting 1972 Biathlon 2 1 3[60]
Pierre Harvey  Canada 1976/1984 Cycling 1984/1988 Cross-country skiing 2 2 4[61]
Rolf Strittmatter  Switzerland 1980 Athletics 1984 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[62]
Connie Carpenter-Phinney  United States 1984 Cycling 1972 Speed skating 1 1 2[63]
Tommy Johansson  Sweden 1984 Athletics 1984 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[64]
Johann Lindner  Austria 1984/1988/1992 Athletics 1984 Bobsleigh 3 1 4[65]
John Foster  Virgin Islands 1972/1976/1984/1988/1992 Sailing 1988 Bobsleigh 5 1 6[66]
Lloyd Guss  Canada 1984 Athletics 1988 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[67]
Alain Masson  Canada 1984 Cycling 1988/1992 Cross-country skiing 1 2 3[68]
Gilbert Bessi  Monaco 1988 Athletics 1988/1992/1994/1998 Bobsleigh 1 4 5[69]
Madonna Harris  New Zealand 1988 Cycling 1988 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[70]
Seiko Hashimoto  Japan 1988/1992/1996 Cycling 1984/1988/1992/1994 Speed skating 3 4 7[71]
Christa Luding-Rothenburger  East Germany
 Germany
1988 Cycling 1984/1988/1992 Speed skating 1 3 4[2][18]
Connie Paraskevin-Young  United States 1988/1992/1996 Cycling 1984 Speed skating 3 1 4[72]
Natsue Seki  Japan 1988 Cycling 1988 Speed skating 1 1 2[73]
Jorge Bonnet  Puerto Rico 1984/1988 Judo 1992/1994/1998 Bobsleigh 2 3 5[74]
Miguel Elizondo  Mexico 1988 Athletics 1992 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[75]
Roman Hrabaň  Czechoslovakia 1988 Athletics 1992 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[76]
Paul Narracott  Australia 1984 Athletics 1992 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[77]
Ingrid Haringa  Netherlands 1992/1996 Cycling 1988 Speed skating 2 1 3[78]
Aleksandar Milenković  Yugoslavia
 Independent Olympic Athletes
 Serbia and Montenegro
1992 Cycling 1992/2006 Biathlon skiing
Cross-country skiing
1 2 3[79]
Chris Nicholson  New Zealand 1992 Cycling 1992/1994 Short track speed skating 1 2 3[80]
Glenroy Gilbert  Canada 1988/1992/1996/2000 Athletics 1994 Bobsleigh 4 1 5[81]
John Herbert  Great Britain 1984 Athletics 1994 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[23]
Robert de Wit  Netherlands 1988/1992 Athletics 1994 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[82]
Martin Schützenauer  Austria 1996 Athletics 1992/1994/1998/2002 Bobsleigh 1 4 5[83]
Kateřina Neumannová  Czechoslovakia
 Czech Republic
1996 Cycling 1992/1994/1998/2002/2006 Cross-country skiing 1 5 6[84]
Terry McHugh  Ireland 1988/1992/1996/2000 Athletics 1998/2002 Bobsleigh 4 2 6[85]
Kateřina Nash  Czech Republic 1996/2012 Cycling 1998/2002 Cross-country skiing 2 2 4[86]
Torsten Voss  East Germany
 Germany
1988 Athletics 1998 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[4]
Miklós Gyulai  Hungary 2000 Athletics 1994 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[87]
Jeanette Lunde  Norway 2000 Sailing 1994 Alpine Skiing 1 1 2[88]
Hayley Wickenheiser  Canada 2000 Softball 1998/2002/2006/2010/2014 Ice hockey 1 5 6[89]
Sophie Villeneuve  France 2000 Cycling 1992/1994/1998 Cross-country skiing 1 3 4[90]
Chris Witty  United States 2000 Cycling 1994/1998/2002/2006 Speed skating 1 4 5[91]
Marcus Adam  Great Britain 1992 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[92]
Antonella Bellutti  Italy 1996/2000 Cycling 2002 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[93]
Claudinei da Silva  Brazil 1996/2000 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[94]
Phil Harries  Great Britain 1988 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[23]
Clara Hughes  Canada 1996/2000/2012 Cycling 2002/2006/2010 Speed skating 3 3 6[2][18]
Marián Vanderka  Slovakia 2000 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[95]
Timothy Beck  Netherlands 2004 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[96]
Jan Bos  Netherlands 2004 Cycling 1998/2002/2006/2010 Speed skating 1 4 5 [97]
Sébastien Gattuso  Monaco 2004/2008 Athletics 2002/2010/2014 Bobsleigh 2 3 5[98]
Matheus Facho Inocêncio  Brazil 2004 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[99]
Éva Kürti  Hungary 2004 Athletics 2002 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[100]
Sayuri Osuga  Japan 2004 Cycling 2002/2006 Speed skating 1 2 3[101]
Evgenia Radanova  Bulgaria 2004 Cycling 1994/1998/2002/2006/2010 Short track speed skating 1 5 6[102]
Jeroen Straathof  Netherlands 2004 Cycling 1994 Speed skating 1 1 2[103][Note 1]
Shinji Aoto  Japan 1988/1992 Athletics 2006 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[104]
Jurica Grabušić  Croatia 2004/2008 Athletics 2006 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[105]
Slaven Krajačić  Croatia 2000 Athletics 2006/2010 Bobsleigh 1 2 3[106]
Zsolt Kürtösi  Hungary 1996/2000 Athletics 2006 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[107]
Tamás Margl  Hungary 2004 Athletics 2006 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[108]
Jaqueline Mourão  Brazil 2004/2008 Cycling 2006/2010/2014 Cross-country skiing 2 3 5[109]
Dejan Vojnović  Croatia 2000 Athletics 2006 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[110]
Leila Gyenesei  Hungary 2008 Modern pentathlon 2006 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[111]
Allyn Condon  Great Britain 2000 Athletics 2010 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[23]
András Haklits  Croatia 2000/2004/2008/2012 Athletics 2010 Bobsleigh 4 1 5[112]
Marcel Lopuchovský  Slovakia 2000 Athletics 2010 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[113]
Olga Stulneva  Russia 2008 Athletics 2010/2014 Bobsleigh 1 2 3[114]
Martin Tešovič  Slovakia 1996/2004/2012 Weightlifting 2010 Bobsleigh 3 1 4[115]
Bryan Barnett  Canada 2008 Athletics 2014 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[116]
Lolo Jones  United States 2008/2012 Athletics 2014 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[2][18]
Hanna Mariën  Belgium 2008 Athletics 2014 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[117]
Jana Pittman  Australia 2000/2004 Athletics 2014 Bobsleigh 2 1 3[118]
Lauryn Williams  United States 2004/2008/2012 Athletics 2014 Bobsleigh 3 1 4[119]
Georgia Simmerling  Canada 2016 Cycling 2006/2010/2014 Alpine skiing/Freestyle skiing 1 3 4[120]
Laurine van Riessen  Netherlands 2016 Cycling 2010/2014 Speed skating 1 2 3[121]
Eva Vrabcová-Nývltová  Czech Republic 2016 Athletics 2006/2010/2014 Cross-country skiing 1 3 4[122]
Seun Adigun  Nigeria 2012 Athletics 2018 Bobsleigh 1 1 2[123]
Pita Taufatofua  Tonga 2016 Taekwondo 2018 Cross-country skiing 1 1 2[124]

Athletes who competed in both Summer and Winter Olympics in the same sport[edit]

Athlete Nation Summer Games Summer Sport Winter Games Winter Sport Number of Summer Games Number of Winter Games Total Number of Games
Wilhelm Arwe  Sweden 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[125]
Eric Burman  Sweden 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[126]
Pierre Charpentier  France 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[127]
Alfred de Rauch  France 1920 Ice hockey 1924/1928 Ice hockey 1 2 3[128]
Herb Drury  United States 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[129]
Louis Dufour  Switzerland 1920 Ice hockey 1924/1928 Ice hockey 1 2 3[130]
Gillis Grafström  Sweden 1920 Figure skating 1924/1928/1932 Figure skating 1 3 4[2][18]
Georgette Herbos  Belgium 1920 Figure skating 1924 Figure skating 1 1 2[131]
Marius Jaccard  Switzerland 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[132]
Ludovika Jakobsson-Eilers  Finland 1920 Figure skating 1924/1928 Figure skating 1 2 3[133]
Walter Jakobsson  Finland 1920 Figure skating 1924/1928 Figure skating 1 2 3[134]
Bruno Leuzinger  Switzerland 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[135]
Vilém Loos  Czechoslovakia 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[136]
Nils Molandern  Sweden 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[137]
Ethel Muckelt  Great Britain 1920 Figure skating 1924/1928 Figure skating 1 2 3[138]
Nathaniel Niles  United States 1920 Figure skating 1924/1928 Figure skating 1 2 3[139]
Jan Palouš  Czechoslovakia 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[140]
Jan Peka  Czechoslovakia 1920 Ice hockey 1924/1928/1936 Ice hockey 1 3 4[141]
Karel Pešek  Czechoslovakia 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[142]
Léonhard Quaglia  France 1920 Ice hockey 1924/1928 Ice hockey/Speed skating 1 2 3[143]
Charles Sabouret  France 1920 Figure skating 1924 Figure skating 1 1 2[144]
Simone Sabouret  France 1920 Figure skating 1924 Figure skating 1 1 2[145]
René Savoie  Switzerland 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[146]
Josef Šroubek  Czechoslovakia 1920 Ice hockey 1924/1928 Ice hockey 1 2 3[147]
Frank Synnott  United States 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[148]
Otakar Vindyš  Czechoslovakia 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[149]
Philippe Van Volckxsom  Belgium 1920 Ice hockey 1924 Ice hockey 1 1 2[17]
Georges Wagemans  Belgium 1920 Figure skating 1924 Figure skating 1 1 2[150]
Theresa Weld  United States 1920 Figure skating 1924/1928 Figure skating 1 2 3[151]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Straathof also joined the 2000 Paralympics, where he won a gold medal, and is the only athlete to compete at summer, winter, and Paralympics.

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