The most successful athletes of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi
The 22nd Winter Olympic Games ended in Sochi. In this ranking you can see the seven most successful athletes of the Olympics, who took away from Sochi at least three medals, of which at least two gold.
7th place: Park Seung-hi ( born March 28, 1992) is a South Korean short-tracker, 6-time world champion, two-time bronze medalist of the Olympic Games in Vancouver. In Sochi, she won three medals in three kinds, in which she took part: two golds at 1000 meters and in the relay, and bronze at a distance of 500 meters. Height - 168 cm, weight - 58 kg.
6th place: Martin Fourcade ( born September 14, 1988) is a French biathlete, 5-time world championship, Vancouver silver medalist. In Sochi, won three medals: two gold( pursuit race and an individual race for 20 km), as well as silver in the mass start. Fourcade was left without awards in three races: sprint, mixed and men's relay race. Height - 185 cm, weight - 75 kg.
5th place: Sven Kramer ( born April 23, 1986) is a Dutch skater, 19-time world champion, 6-time European champion, two-time winner of the Turin Olympics, champion and bronze medalist of the Olympics in Vancouver. In Sochi, Kramer won medals in all three disciplines, in which he participated: gold at a distance of 5000 meters and in the team pursuit race, as well as silver at a distance of 10 thousand meters. Height - 187 cm, weight - 83 kg.
4th place: Irene Wüst ( born April 1, 1986) is a Dutch speed skater, 13 times world champion, champion and bronze medalist of the Olympics in Turin, champion of the Olympics in Vancouver. In Sochi, won 5 medals out of five possible: gold at 3000 meters and in the team pursuit race, silver at 1000 meters, 1500 meters, 5000 meters. Height - 168 cm, weight - 63 kg.
3rd place: Marit Bjørgen ( born March 21, 1980) is a Norwegian skier, 12 times world champion, silver medalist of the Olympics in Salt Lake City and Turin, three-time champion, and also the owner of silver and bronze of Vancouver. In Sochi, she won three gold medals: a skiathlon, a marathon, a team sprint. In three disciplines was left without rewards: sprint, relay race, 10 km. Height - 168 cm. Weight - 64 kg.
2nd place: Daria Domracheva( born August 3, 1986) is a Belarusian biathlete, two-time world champion, bronze medalist of the Olympic Games in Vancouver. In Sochi Domracheva won 3 gold medals: in the pursuit race, in the individual race at 15 km and in the mass start at 12.5 km. In two races Domracheva was left without rewards: in the sprint and women's relay race. Height - 168 cm, weight - 56 kg.
Daria Domracheva also entered the list of the most beautiful athletes of the Olympics in Sochi.
1 place: Victor An( born November 23, 1985) - Russian short tracker, until December 2011 representing South Korea. An - 18-time world champion, 3-time champion and bronze medalist of Turin. In Sochi, won 4 medals in all disciplines in which he participated: gold for 500, 5000 meters and in the relay, bronze for 1500 meters. Height - 170 cm, weight - 65 kg.