List of ties for medals at the Olympics

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This page lists all ties for medals at the Olympics. A tie occurs when two or more individual or teams achieve identical results in the Olympics. In these cases, there are multiple winners with the same medal.

Ties for medals at the Olympics[edit]

Ties occasionally occur during the games, and since medals are complicated to produce, the Olympic organising committee makes advance arrangements for extra medals to be produced in the event of a tie.[1][2]

Number of ties for medals in Olympics history[edit]

'Total' shows the number of ties for medals in Olympics history, while 'Events' shows the number of events with at least one medal tie. There can be more than one tie for medals for one event as there can be ties for gold, silver and bronze.

Games Gold Silver Bronze Events Total
Summer Olympic Games 29 35 54 114 118
Winter Olympic Games 9 13 8 29 30

List of ties at the Summer Olympics[edit]

Games Sport Event Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
Greece 1896 Athens Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's high jump Ellery Clark
 United States
James Connolly
 United States
Robert Garrett
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[3]
Men's pole vault William Hoyt
 United States
Albert Tyler
 United States
Evangelos Damaskos
 Greece
Ioannis Theodoropoulos
 Greece
[4]
Men's 100 metres Thomas Burke
 United States
Fritz Hofmann
 Germany
Francis Lane
 United States
Alajos Szokolyi
 Hungary
[5]
France 1900 Paris Archery pictogram.svg Archery Sur la Perche à la Herse Emmanuel Foulon
 Belgium
Auguste Serrurier
 France
Emile Druart
 Belgium
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[6]
Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian High jump Dominique Gardères
 France
Gian Giorgio Trissino
 Italy
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Georges Van Der Poele
 Belgium
[7]
Rugby union pictogram.svg Rugby Men's tournament France national rugby union team
 France
Germany national rugby union team
 Germany
Great Britain
 Great Britain
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[8]
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting Men's 300 metre free rifle, three positions Emil Kellenberger
 Switzerland
Anders Peter Nielsen
 Denmark
Paul van Asbroeck
 Belgium
Ole Østmo
 Norway
[9]
Men's 300 metre free rifle, kneeling Konrad Stäheli
 Switzerland
Emil Kellenberger
 Switzerland
Anders Peter Nielsen
 Denmark
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[10]
United States 1904 St. Louis Boxing pictogram.svg Boxing Welterweight Albert Young
 United States
Harry Spanjer
 United States
Jack Egan
 United States
Joseph Lydon
 United States
[11][note 1]
Diving pictogram.svg Diving Platform George Sheldon
 United States
Georg Hoffmann
 Germany
Alfred Braunschweiger
 Germany
Frank Kehoe
 United States
[12]
Golf pictogram.svg Golf Men's individual George Lyon
 Canada
Chandler Egan
 United States
Burt McKinnie
 United States
Francis Newton
 United States
[13]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's vault George Eyser
 United States
Anton Heida
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
William Merz
 United States
[14]
Men's horizontal bar Anton Heida
 United States
Edward Hennig
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
George Eyser
 United States
[15]
United Kingdom 1908 London Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's standing high jump Ray Ewry
 United States
John Biller
 United States
Konstantinos Tsiklitiras
 Greece
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[16]
Men's pole vault Edward Cook
 United States
Alfred Gilbert
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Edward Archibald
 Canada
Clare Jacobs
 United States
Bruno Söderström
 Sweden
[17]
Men's high jump Harry Porter
 United States
Géo André
 France
Con Leahy
 Great Britain
István Somodi
 Hungary
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[18]
Diving pictogram.svg Diving Men's 3 metre springboard Albert Zürner
 Germany
Kurt Behrens
 Germany
George Gaidzik
 United States
Gottlob Walz
 Germany
[19]
Field hockey pictogram.svg Hockey Men's tournament England
 Great Britain
Ireland
 Great Britain
Scotland
 Great Britain
Wales
 Great Britain
[20]
Polo pictogram.svg Polo Men's tournament Roehampton
 Great Britain
Hurlingham Club
 Great Britain
Ireland
 Great Britain
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[21]
Racquets pictogram.svg Rackets Men's singles Evan Noel
 Great Britain
Henry Leaf
 Great Britain
John Jacob Astor
 Great Britain
Henry Brougham
 Great Britain
[22]
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting Men's trap Walter Ewing
 Canada
George Beattie
 Canada
Alexander Maunder
 Great Britain
Anastasios Metaxas
 Greece
[23][note 2]
Sweden 1912 Stockholm Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's pole vault Harry Babcock
 United States
Frank Nelson
 United States
Marc Wright
 United States
William Halpenny
 Canada
Frank Murphy
 United States
Bertil Uggla
 Sweden
[24]
Men's pentathlon Ferdinand Bie
 Norway
Jim Thorpe
 United States
James Donahue
 United States
Frank Lukeman
 Canada
[25][note 3]
Men's decathlon Hugo Wieslander
 Sweden
Jim Thorpe
 United States
Charles Lomberg
 Sweden
Gösta Holmér
 Sweden
[26][note 3]
Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing Men's single sculls Wally Kinnear
 Great Britain
Polydore Veirman
 Belgium
Everard Butler
 Canada
Mart Kuusik
 Russian Empire
[27]
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman light heavyweight Not awarded
as the event was a draw.
Anders Ahlgren
 Sweden
Ivar Böhling
 Finland
Béla Varga
 Hungary
[28]
Belgium 1920 Antwerp Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling Men's freestyle heavyweight Robert Roth
 Switzerland
Nat Pendleton
 United States
Fred Meyer
 United States
Ernst Nilsson
 Sweden
[29]
France 1924 Paris Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's rope climbing Bedřich Šupčík
 Czechoslovakia
Albert Séguin
 France
Ladislav Vácha
 Czechoslovakia
August Güttinger
 Switzerland
[30]
Men's sidehorse vault Albert Séguin
 France
Jean Gounot
 France
François Gangloff
 France
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[31]
Netherlands 1928 Amsterdam Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting Men's 67.5 kg Hans Haas
 Austria
Kurt Helbig
 Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Fernand Arnout
 France
[32]
Germany 1936 Berlin Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's floor Georges Miez
 Switzerland
Josef Walter
 Switzerland
Konrad Frey
 Germany
Eugen Mack
 Switzerland
[33]
Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting Men's 67.5 kg Robert Fein
 Austria
Anwar Mesbah
 Egypt
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Karl Jansen
 Germany
[34]
United Kingdom 1948 London Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's parallel bars Michael Reusch
 Switzerland
Veikko Huhtanen
 Finland
Josef Stalder
 Switzerland
Christian Kipfer
 Switzerland
[35]
Men's pommel horse Paavo Aaltonen
 Finland
Veikko Huhtanen
 Finland
Heikki Savolainen
 Finland
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
[36]
Men's vault Paavo Aaltonen
 Finland
Olavi Rove
 Finland
Mogyorósi-Klencs János
 Hungary
Ferenc Pataki
 Hungary
Leo Sotornik
 Czechoslovakia
[37]
Finland 1952 Helsinki Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's floor William Thoresson
 Sweden
Jerzy Jokiel
 Poland
Tadao Uesako
 Japan
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[38]
Men's horizontal bar Jack Günthard
 Switzerland
Josef Stalder
 Switzerland
Alfred Schwarzmann
 Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[39]
Men's pommel horse Viktor Chukarin
 Soviet Union
Hrant Shahinyan
 Soviet Union
Yevgeny Korolkov
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[40]
Men's rings Hrant Shahinyan
 Soviet Union
Viktor Chukarin
 Soviet Union
Dmytro Leonkin
 Soviet Union
Hans Eugster
 Switzerland
[41]
Men's vault Viktor Chukarin
 Soviet Union
Masao Takemoto
 Japan
Takashi Ono
 Japan
Tadao Uesako
 Japan
[42]
Australia 1956 Melbourne Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Women's high jump Mildred McDaniel
 United States
Thelma Hopkins
 Great Britain
Mariya Pisareva
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[43]
Men's 400 metres Charles Jenkins
 United States
Karl-Friedrich Haas
 United Team of Germany
Voitto Hellstén
 Finland
Ardalion Ignatyev
 Soviet Union
[44]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Women's floor Ágnes Keleti
 Hungary
Larisa Latynina
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Elena Leuşteanu
 Romania
[45]
Men's rings Albert Azaryan
 Soviet Union
Valentin Muratov
 Soviet Union
Masao Takemoto
 Japan
Masumi Kubota
 Japan
[46]
Women's balance beam Ágnes Keleti
 Hungary
Eva Bosáková
 Czechoslovakia
Tamara Manina
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[47]
Women's vault Larisa Latynina
 Soviet Union
Tamara Manina
 Soviet Union
Olga Lemhényi-Tass
 Hungary
Ann-Sofi Pettersson
 Sweden
[48]
Men's floor Valentin Muratov
 Soviet Union
Nobuyuki Aihara
 Japan
William Thoresson
 Sweden
Viktor Chukarin
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[49]
Men's vault Helmut Bantz
 United Team of Germany
Valentin Muratov
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Yuri Titov
 Soviet Union
[50]
Men's parallel bars Viktor Chukarin
 Soviet Union
Masumi Kubota
 Japan
Takashi Ono
 Japan
Masao Takemoto
 Japan
[51]
Women's team portable apparatus  Hungary (HUN)  Sweden (SWE)  Soviet Union (URS)
 Poland (POL)
[52]
Italy 1960 Rome Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Women's high jump Iolanda Balaş
 Romania
Jarosława Jóźwiakowska
 Poland
Dorothy Shirley
 Great Britain
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[53]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's pommel horse Eugen Ekman
 Finland
Boris Shakhlin
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Shuji Tsurumi
 Japan
[54]
Men's rings Albert Asaryan
 Soviet Union
Boris Shakhlin
 Soviet Union
Takashi Ono
 Japan
Velik Kapsazov
 Bulgaria
[55]
Men's vault Boris Shakhlin
 Soviet Union
Takashi Ono
 Japan
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Vladimir Portnoi
 Soviet Union
[56]
Japan 1964 Tokyo Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's individual all-around Yukio Endo
 Japan
Viktor Lisitsky
 Soviet Union
Boris Shakhlin
 Soviet Union
Shuji Tsurumi
 Japan
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[57]
Men's floor exercise Franco Menichelli
 Italy
Yukio Endo
 Japan
Viktor Lisitsky
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[58]
Women's vault Věra Čáslavská
 Czechoslovakia
Larisa Latynina
 Soviet Union
Birgit Radochla
 United Team of Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[59]
Mexico 1968 Mexico City Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's horizontal bar Mikhail Voronin
 Soviet Union
Akinori Nakayama
 Japan
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Eizo Kenmotsu
 Japan
[60]
Women's floor Larisa Petrik
 Soviet Union
Věra Čáslavská
 Czechoslovakia
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Natalia Kuchinskaya
 Soviet Union
[61]
West Germany 1972 Munich Football pictogram.svg Football Men's team  Poland (POL)  Hungary (HUN)  Soviet Union (URS)
 East Germany (GDR)
[62]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Women's uneven bars Karin Janz
 East Germany
Olga Korbut
 Soviet Union
Erika Zuchold
 East Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[63]
Canada 1976 Montreal Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's horizontal bar Mitsuo Tsukahara
 Japan
Eizo Kenmotsu
 Japan
Eberhard Gienger
 West Germany
Henri Boerio
 France
[64]
Men's pommel horse Zoltán Magyar
 Hungary
Eizo Kenmotsu
 Japan
Nikolai Andrianov
 Soviet Union
Michael Nikolay
 East Germany
[65]
Women's vault Nellie Kim
 Soviet Union
Ludmila Tourischeva
 Soviet Union
Carola Dombeck
 East Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[66]
Soviet Union 1980 Moscow Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's pole vault Władysław Kozakiewicz
 Poland
Konstantin Volkov
 Soviet Union
Tadeusz Ślusarski
 Poland
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[67]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Women's artistic individual all-around Elena Davydova
 Soviet Union
Maxi Gnauck
 East Germany
Nadia Comăneci
 Romania
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[68]
Women's floor Nellie Kim
 Soviet Union
Nadia Comăneci
 Romania
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Natalia Shaposhnikova
 Soviet Union
Maxi Gnauck
 East Germany
[69]
Women's uneven bars Maxi Gnauck
 East Germany
Emilia Eberle
 Romania
Steffi Kraker
 East Germany
Melita Ruhn
 Romania
Maria Filatova
 Soviet Union
[70]
United States 1984 Los Angeles Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's pole vault Pierre Quinon
 France
Mike Tully
 United States
Earl Bell
 United States
Thierry Vigneron
 France
[71]
Women's 100 metres hurdles Benita Fitzgerald
 United States
Shirley Strong
 Great Britain
Michèle Chardonnet
 France
Kim Turner
 United States
[72]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's floor Li Ning
 China
Lou Yun
 China
Koji Sotomura
 Japan
Philippe Vatuone
 France
[73]
Men's pommel horse Li Ning
 China
Peter Vidmar
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Timothy Daggett
 United States
[74]
Men's rings Koji Gushiken
 Japan
Li Ning
 China
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Mitchell Gaylord
 United States
[75]
Men's vault Lou Yun
 China
Mitchell Gaylord
 United States
Koji Gushiken
 Japan
Shinji Morisue
 Japan
Li Ning
 China
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[76]
Women's balance beam Simona Păucă
 Romania
Ecaterina Szabo
 Romania
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Kathy Johnson
 United States
[77]
Women's uneven bars Ma Yanhong
 China
Julianne McNamara
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Mary Lou Retton
 United States
[78]
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Women's 100 metre freestyle Carrie Steinseifer
 United States
Nancy Hogshead
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Annemarie Verstappen
 Netherlands
[79]
South Korea 1988 Seoul Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's high jump Hennadiy Avdyeyenko
 Soviet Union
Hollis Conway
 United States
Rudolf Povarnitsyn
 Soviet Union
Patrik Sjöberg
 Sweden
[80]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's floor Sergei Kharkov
 Soviet Union
Vladimir Artemov
 Soviet Union
Lou Yun
 China
Yukio Iketani
 Japan
[81]
Men's horizontal bar Vladimir Artemov
 Soviet Union
Valeri Liukin
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Holger Behrendt
 East Germany
Marius Gherman
 Romania
[82]
Men's pommel horse Lyubomir Gueraskov
 Bulgaria
Zsolt Borkai
 Hungary
Dmitri Bilozertchev
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
[83]
Men's rings Holger Behrendt
 East Germany
Dimitri Bilozertchev
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Sven Tippelt
 East Germany
[84]
Women's balance beam Daniela Silivaş
 Romania
Elena Shushunova
 Soviet Union
Gabriela Potorac
 Romania
Phoebe Mills
 United States
[85]
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Women's 50 metre freestyle Kristin Otto
 East Germany
Yang Wenyi
 China
Jill Sterkel
 United States
Katrin Meissner
 East Germany
[86]
Spain 1992 Barcelona Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's high jump Javier Sotomayor
 Cuba
Patrik Sjöberg
 Sweden
Hollis Conway
 United States
Tim Forsyth
 Australia
Artur Partyka
 Poland
[87]
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's floor Li Xiaoshuang
 China
Yukio Iketani
 Japan
Grigory Misutin
 Unified Team
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[88]
Men's horizontal bar Trent Dimas
 United States
Grigory Misutin
 Unified Team
Andreas Wecker
 Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[89]
Men's parallel bars Vitaly Scherbo
 Unified Team
Li Jing
 China
Igor Korobchinski
 Unified Team
Guo Linyao
 China
Masayuki Matsunaga
 Japan
[90]
Men's pommel horse Vitaly Scherbo
 Unified Team
Pae Gil-Su
 North Korea
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Andreas Wecker
 Germany
[91]
Men's rings Vitaly Scherbo
 Unified Team
Li Jing
 China
Andreas Wecker
 Germany
Li Xiaoshuang
 China
[92]
Women's vault Lavinia Miloşovici
 Romania
Henrietta Ónodi
 Hungary
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Tatiana Lysenko
 Unified Team
[93]
Women's balance beam Tatiana Lysenko
 Unified Team
Lu Li
 China
Shannon Miller
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[94]
Women's floor Lavinia Miloşovici
 Romania
Henrietta Ónodi
 Hungary
Cristina Bontaş
 Romania
Shannon Miller
 United States
Tatiana Gutsu
 Unified Team
[95]
Synchronized swimming pictogram.svg Synchronized swimming Women's solo Kristen Babb-Sprague
 United States
Sylvie Fréchette
 Canada
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Fumiko Okuno
 Japan
[96]
United States 1996 Atlanta Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics Men's horizontal bar Andreas Wecker
 Germany
Krasimir Dounev
 Bulgaria
Fan Bin
 China
Alexei Nemov
 Russia
Vitaly Scherbo
 Belarus
[97]
Men's rings Yuri Chechi
 Italy
Szilveszter Csollány
 Hungary
Dan Burincă
 Romania
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[98]
Women's artistic individual all-around Lilia Podkopayeva
 Ukraine
Gina Gogean
 Romania
Simona Amânar
 Romania
Lavinia Miloşovici
 Romania
[99]
Women's uneven bars Svetlana Khorkina
 Russia
Bi Wenjing
 China
Amy Chow
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[100]
Australia 2000 Sydney Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Women's 100 metres Not awarded
due to medal re-awarding.
Ekaterini Thanou
 Greece
Tayna Lawrence
 Jamaica
Merlene Ottey
 Jamaica
[101][note 4]
Women's high jump Yelena Yelesina
 Russia
Hestrie Cloete
 South Africa
Kajsa Bergqvist
 Sweden
Oana Pantelimon
 Romania
[102]
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Men's 50 metre freestyle Anthony Ervin
 United States
Gary Hall, Jr.
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Netherlands
[103]
Women's 100 metre freestyle Inge de Bruijn
 Netherlands
Therese Alshammar
 Sweden
Dara Torres
 United States
Jenny Thompson
 United States
[104]
Greece 2004 Athens Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Women's 200 metre backstroke Kirsty Coventry
 Zimbabwe
Stanislava Komarova
 Russia
Antje Buschschulte
 Germany
Reiko Nakamura
 Japan
[105]
China 2008 Beijing Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Women's 100 metres Shelly-Ann Fraser
 Jamaica
Sherone Simpson
 Jamaica
Kerron Stewart
 Jamaica
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[106]
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Men's 100 metre freestyle Alain Bernard
 France
Eamon Sullivan
 Australia
Jason Lezak
 United States
César Cielo
 Brazil
[107]
Men's 100 metre backstroke Aaron Peirsol
 United States
Matt Grevers
 United States
Arkady Vyatchanin
 Russia
Hayden Stoeckel
 Australia
[108]
United Kingdom 2012 London Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics Men's high jump Ivan Ukhov
 Russia
Erik Kynard
 United States
Mutaz Essa Barshim
 Qatar
Derek Drouin
 Canada
Robert Grabarz
 Great Britain
[109]
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg Cycling Men's Keirin Chris Hoy
 Great Britain
Maximilian Levy
 Germany
Simon van Velthooven
 New Zealand
Teun Mulder
 Netherlands
[110]
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Men's 200 metre freestyle Yannick Agnel
 France
Sun Yang
 China
Park Tae-Hwan
 South Korea
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[111]
Men's 100 metre butterfly Michael Phelps
 United States
Chad le Clos
 South Africa
Yevgeny Korotyshkin
 Russia
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[112]
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg Canoeing Men's K-1 200 metres Liam Heath
 Great Britain
Maxime Beaumont
 France
Saúl Craviotto
 Spain
Ronald Rauhe
 Germany
[113]
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming Men's 100 m butterfly Joseph Schooling
 Singapore
Michael Phelps
 United States
Chad le Clos
 South Africa
László Cseh
 Hungary
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[114]
Women's 100 metre freestyle Simone Manuel
 United States
Penny Oleksiak
 Canada
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Sarah Sjöström
 Sweden
[115]
Women's 100 metre backstroke Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary
Kathleen Baker
 United States
Kylie Masse
 Canada
Fu Yuanhui
 China
[116]

List of ties at the Winter Olympics[edit]

Games Sport Event Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
France 1924 Chamonix Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 500 metres Charles Jewtraw
 United States
Oskar Olsen
 Norway
Roald Larsen
 Norway
Clas Thunberg
 Finland
[117]
Switzerland 1928 St. Moritz Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 500 metres Bernt Evensen
 Norway
Clas Thunberg
 Finland
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
John Farrell
 United States
Jaakko Friman
 Finland
Roald Larsen
 Norway
[118]
Switzerland 1948 St. Moritz Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Men's downhill Henri Oreiller
 France
Franz Gabl
 Austria
Rolf Olinger
 Switzerland
Karl Molitor
 Switzerland
[119]
Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 500 metres Finn Helgesen
 Norway
Ken Bartholomew
 United States
Thomas Byberg
 Norway
Robert Fitzgerald
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[120]
Norway 1952 Oslo Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 500 metres Ken Henry
 United States
Don McDermott
 United States
Gordon Audley
 Canada
Arne Johansen
 Norway
[121]
Italy 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 1500 metres Yevgeny Grishin
 Soviet Union
Yuri Mikhaylov
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Toivo Salonen
 Finland
[122]
United States 1960 Squaw Valley Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 1500 metres Roald Aas
 Norway
Yevgeny Grishin
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Boris Stenin
 Soviet Union
[123]
Austria 1964 Innsbruck Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's giant slalom Marielle Goitschel
 France
Christine Goitschel
 France
Jean Saubert
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[124]
Figure skating pictogram.svg Figure skating Pairs  Soviet Union (URS)
Ludmila Belousova
Oleg Protopopov
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Marika Kilius
Hans-Jürgen Bäumler
 Canada (CAN)
Debbi Wilkes
Guy Revell
 United States (USA)
Vivian Joseph
Ronald Joseph
[125]
Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 500 metres Terry McDermott
 United States
Alv Gjestvang
 Norway
Yevgeny Grishin
 Soviet Union
Vladimir Orlov
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[126]
Women's 3000 metres Lidiya Skoblikova
 Soviet Union
Han Pil-Hwa
 North Korea
Valentina Stenina
 Soviet Union
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[127]
France 1968 Grenoble Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Women's 500 metres Lyudmila Titova
 Soviet Union
Jenny Fish
 United States
Dianne Holum
 United States
Mary Meyers
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[128]
Men's 1500 metres Kees Verkerk
 Netherlands
Ivar Eriksen
 Norway
Ard Schenk
 Netherlands
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[129]
Men's 500 metres Erhard Keller
 West Germany
Terry McDermott
 United States
Magne Thomassen
 Norway
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[130]
Japan 1972 Sapporo Luge pictogram.svg Luge Doubles  East Germany (GDR)
Horst Hörnlein
Reinhard Bredow
 Italy (ITA)
Paul Hildgartner
Walter Plaikner
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
 East Germany (GDR)
Klaus-Michael Bonsack
Wolfram Fiedler
[131]
United States 1980 Lake Placid Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping Normal hill individual Toni Innauer
 Austria
Hirokazu Yagi
 Japan
Manfred Deckert
 East Germany
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[132]
Speed skating pictogram.svg Speed skating Men's 1000 metres Eric Heiden
 United States
Gaétan Boucher
 Canada
Vladimir Lobanov
 Soviet Union
Frode Rønning
 Norway
[133]
France 1992 Albertville Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Women's giant slalom Pernilla Wiberg
 Sweden
Anita Wachter
 Austria
Diann Roffe
 United States
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[134]
Japan 1998 Nagano Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Men's Super-G Hermann Maier
 Austria
Didier Cuche
 Switzerland
Hans Knauss
 Austria
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[135]
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg Bobsleigh Two-man  Italy (ITA)
Günther Huber
Antonio Tartaglia
 Canada (CAN)
Pierre Lueders
Dave MacEachern
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
 Germany (GER)
Christoph Langen
Markus Zimmermann
[136]
Four-man  Germany (GER)
Christoph Langen
Markus Zimmermann
Marco Jakobs
Olaf Hampel
 Switzerland (SUI)
Marcel Rohner
Markus Nüssli
Markus Wasser
Beat Seitz
 Great Britain (GBR)
Sean Olsson
Dean Ward
Courtney Rumbolt
Paul Attwood
 France (FRA)
Bruno Mingeon
Emmanuel Hostache
Éric Le Chanony
Max Robert
[137]
United States 2002 Salt Lake City Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing Men's 2 x 10 kilometre pursuit Frode Estil
 Norway
Thomas Alsgaard
 Norway
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Per Elofsson
 Sweden
[138]
Figure skating pictogram.svg Figure skating Pairs  Russia (RUS)
Elena Berezhnaya
Anton Sikharulidze
 Canada (CAN)
Jamie Salé
David Pelletier
Not awarded
due to medal re-awarding.
 China (CHN)
Shen Xue
Zhao Hongbo
[139][note 5]
Canada 2010 Vancouver Biathlon pictogram.svg Biathlon Men's individual Emil Hegle Svendsen
 Norway
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
 Norway
Sergey Novikov
 Belarus
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[140]
Russia 2014 Sochi Alpine skiing pictogram.svg Alpine skiing Men's super-G Kjetil Jansrud
 Norway
Andrew Weibrecht
 United States
Jan Hudec
 Canada
Bode Miller
 United States
[141]
Women's downhill Tina Maze
 Slovenia
Dominique Gisin
 Switzerland
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
Lara Gut
 Switzerland
[142]
South Korea 2018 Pyeongchang Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing Women's 10 kilometre freestyle Ragnhild Haga
 Norway
Charlotte Kalla
 Sweden
Marit Bjørgen
 Norway
Krista Pärmäkoski
 Finland
[143]
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg Bobsleigh Two-man  Germany (GER)
Francesco Friedrich
Thorsten Margis
 Canada (CAN)
Justin Kripps
Alexander Kopacz
Not awarded
as there was a tie for gold.
 Latvia (LAT)
Oskars Melbārdis
Jānis Strenga
[144]
Four-man  Germany (GER)
Francesco Friedrich
Candy Bauer
Martin Grothkopp
Thorsten Margis
 Germany (GER)
Nico Walther
Kevin Kuske
Alexander Rödiger
Eric Franke
 South Korea (KOR)
Won Yun-jong
Jun Jung-lin
Seo Young-woo
Kim Dong-hyun
Not awarded
as there was a tie for silver.
[145]

Ties not included in this list[edit]

This list does not includes events where two bronze medals are awarded due to repechage or the non-existence of a bronze-medal playoff as they are awarded due to the rules of the sports, thus not considered as ties. All events that are not listed, namely those below, awarded two bronze medals.

Sport Years Reason
Water polo pictogram.svg Water polo 1900 No bronze medal playoff
Polo pictogram.svg Polo 1900 No bronze medal playoff
Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing 1908 Bronze awarded in both semi-finals to second-place finishers
Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis 1896–1904, 1988–1992 No bronze medal playoff
Badminton pictogram.svg Badminton 1992 No bronze medal playoff
Table tennis pictogram.svg Table tennis 1992 No bronze medal playoff
Boxing pictogram.svg Boxing 1952–present No bronze medal playoff
Judo pictogram.svg Judo 1964, 1972–present Repechage
Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo 2008–present Repechage
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling 2008 –present Repechage

In addition, two finals were held for one rowing event at the 1900 Olympics, men's coxed four. This was due to a controversy about which boats should advance to the final; thus two separate finals were held, awarding two sets of medals for the same event, both which are considered Olympic championships by the International Olympic Committee.

Similarly, two finals were held for some sailing events at the 1900 Olympics, namely 0 to .5 ton, .5 to 1 ton, 1 to 2 ton, 2 to 3 ton and 3 to 10 ton.[note 6]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Jack Egan originally won the silver medal in the lightweight competition and the bronze medal in the welterweight competition. Later it was discovered that his real name was Frank Joseph Floyd while the AAU rules made it illegal to fight under an assumed name. In November 1905 the AAU disqualified Egan from all AAU competitions and he had to return all his prizes. In the lightweight competition Russell van Horn moved up to silver and Peter Sturholdt to bronze (Sturholdt won the bronze medal without winning a single bout). In the welterweight competition Joseph Lydon moved up to bronze. However according to IOC's medal database for 1904 Olympics Jack Egan has silver medal in Boxing lightweight and bronze medal in Boxing welterweight, Russell van Horn has bronze in the lightweight competition and Joseph Lydon keeps bronze in the welterweight competition.
  2. ^ Metaxas is generally credited with a bronze medal; no tie-breaker was held. The 1908 official report at p. 280 lists Metaxas as having tied with Maunder and assigns bronze medals to each. However, Metaxas does not appear in the IOC medal database, which lists only Maunder as sole bronze medalist. Some sources follow this database.
  3. ^ a b Thorpe's gold medals were stripped by the International Olympic Committee in 1913, after the IOC learned that Thorpe had played semi-pro baseball before, violating Olympic amateurism rules, before the 1912 Games. This moved everyone else up in the rankings. In 1982, the IOC was convinced that the disqualification had been improper, as no protest against Thorpe's eligibility had been brought within the required 30 days and reinstated Thorpe's medals. The three medalists promoted were not retroactively demoted, leaving co-champions in these events.
  4. ^ On 5 October 2007 Marion Jones of the United States admitted to having taken performance enhancing drugs prior to the 2000 Summer Olympics. On 9 October she relinquished her medals to the United States Olympic Committee and on 12 December, the International Olympic Committee formally stripped her of her medals.
    100 metres
    1. not awarded
    2. Greece Ekaterini Thanou 11.12 and Jamaica Tayna Lawrence 11.18
    3. Jamaica Merlene Ottey 11.19
    The IOC did not initially decide to regrade the results, as Silver medalist Ekaterini Thanou had herself been subsequently involved in a doping scandal in the run-up to the 2004 Summer Olympics. After two years of deliberation, in late 2009 the IOC decided to upgrade Lawrence and Ottey to silver and bronze respectively, and leave Thanou as a silver medallist, with the gold medal withheld.
  5. ^ The Russian pair of Yelena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze competed against the Canadian pair of Jamie Salé and David Pelletier for the gold medal. The Canadians appeared to have skated well enough to win, yet the Russians were awarded the gold. The judging broke along Cold War lines with judges from former Communist countries favouring the Russian pair and judges from Western nations voting for the Canadians. The only exception was the French judge, Marie-Reine Le Gougne, who awarded the gold to the Russians. An investigation revealed that she had been pressured to give the gold to the Russian pair regardless of how they skated; in return the Russian judge would look favourably on the French entrants in the ice dancing competition. The IOC decided to award both pairs the gold medal in a second medal ceremony held later in the Games.
  6. ^ In this event, however, only the second race winners are listed in the International Olympic Committee database.

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