|Full name||Santiago Raúl Lange|
|Born||22 September 1961|
San Isidro, Argentina
|Club||Club Náutico San Isidro|
|College team||Solent University|
He studied Naval Architecture at Southampton Collage of Higher Education (now known as Solent University) he did a degree in yacht design. He went on to work for Argentina designer German Frers for a couple of years before concentrating on competitive sailing.
|9||1988 - Busan (KOR)||Soling||Pedro Ferrero
|9||1996 - Savannah (USA)||Laser||N/A|
|10||2000 - Sydney (AUS)||Tornado||Mariano Parada|
|Bronze||2004 - Athens (GRE)||Tornado||Carlos Espínola|
|Bronze||2008 - Qingdoa (CHN)||Tornado||Carlos Espínola|
|Gold||2016 - Rio (BRA)||Nacra 17||Cecilia Carranza|
|7||2020 - Enoshima (JPN)||Nacra 17 Foiling||Cecilia Carranza|
He is a 4 time World Champion, with 3 Snipe World Championships (1985, 1993 and 1995) and 1 Tornado World Championship (2004), twice runner-up in 1987 (Snipe) and 2006 (Tornado), and 3 times third place in 1979 (Cadet), 2003 (Tornado) and 2018 (Nacra 17).
In 1985 he won the Snipe South American Championship.
One of the most remarkable things is that in 2015 following repeatable illness he was diagnosed with cancer in this lung which required 25% removal of one of his lungs he battled back quickly to take gold despite lose of fitness and time on the water so close to the games in which he won gold.
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