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Oregon Almanac: Oregon Olympic Medalists, 1906-2016

Note
The 2020 games were res​cheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  Name Sport Medal
1906  
Kerrigan, Bert H.W. High JumpBronze
   
1908  
Gilbert, Alfred C.
Pole VaultGold
Kelly, Dan Broad JumpSilver
Smithson, Forrest HurdlesGold
   
1912  
Hawkins, MartinHurdlesBronze
   
1920  
Balbach, Louis J.
DivingBronze
Kuehn, Louis (Hap)DivingGold
Ross, NormanSwimmingGold (3)
Samborn-Payne,ThelmaDivingBronze
Sears, RobertFencingBronze
   
1924  
Newton, ChesterWrestlingSilver
Reed, Robin WrestlingGold
   
1928  
Hamm, Edward B.Broad JumpGold
   
1932  
Graham, NorrisRowingGold
Hill, Ralph5000mSilver
LaBorde, Henri J.DiscusSilver
   
1936  
Robinson, Mack 200mSilver
   
1948  
Beck, Lewis W. Jr.
BasketballGold
Brown, David P.RowingGold
Gordien, FortuneDiscusBronze
Helser (deMorelos), BrendaSwimmingGold
Zimmerman-Edwards, Suzanne SwimmingSilver
   
1952  
Proctor, HankRowingGold
Smith, William T.WrestlingGold
   
1956  
Fifer, JamesRowingGold
Gordien, FortuneDiscusSilver
   
1960  
Davis, Otis400mGold (2)
Dischinger, Terry G.BasketballGold
Imhoff, DarrallBasketballGold
Wood, CarolynSwimmingGold
   
1964  
Carr, KenBasketballGold
Counts, Mel G.BasketballGold
Dellinger, William S.Track and FieldBronze
Freeman, KevinEquestrianSilver
Saubert, Jean M.SkiingSilver/Bronze
Schollander, DonSwimmingGold (4)
   
1968  
Fosbury, Richard D.
High JumpGold
Freeman, KevinEquestrianSilver
Garrigus, Thomas I.TrapshootingSilver
Johnson Bailes, Margaret4x100Gold
Sanders, Richard J.WrestlingSilver
Schollander, DonSwimmingGold/Bronze
   
1972  
Freeman, KevinEquestrianSilver
Peyton McDonald, KimSwimmingGold
Sanders, Richard J.WrestlingSilver
   
1976  
Peyton McDonald, KimSwimmingGold
Wilkins, Mac M.DiscusGold
   
1984  
Burke, Douglas L.
Water Polo Silver
Herland, Douglas J.RowingBronze
Huntley (Ruete), JoniHigh JumpBronze
Johnson, William D.SkiingGold
King (Brown), Judith400m HurdlesSilver
Menken-Schaudt, CarolBasketballGold
Schultz, Mark P.WrestlingGold
Wilkins, Mac M.DiscusSilver
   
1988  
Brown, Cynthia L.
BasketballGold
Lang, BrentSwimmingGold
   
1992  
Johnson, DaveDecathlonBronze
Jorgenson, DanSwimmingBronze
   
1994  
Street, PicaboSkiingSilver
   
1996  
Deal, LanceHammerSilver
MacMillan, ShannonSoccerGold
Milbrett, TiffanySoccerGold
O’Brien, DanDecathlonGold
Schneider, MarcusRowingBronze
Steding, KatyBasketballGold
   
1998  
Street, PicaboSkiingGold
   
2000  
French, MichelleSoccerSilver
Kinkade, MikeBaseballGold
Lindland, MattWrestlingSilver
MacMillan, ShannonSoccerSilver
Milbrett, TiffanySoccerSilver
Thompson, ChrisSwimmingBronze
   
2002  
Steele, DanBobsledBronze
Klug, ChrisSnow BoardBronze
   
2004  
Hansen, JoeyRowingGold
Johnson, KateRowingSilver
Zagunis, MarielFencingGold
   
2008  
Cox, Stephanie Lopez
SoccerGold
Inman, JoshRowingBronze
Ward, RebeccaFencingBronze (2)
Windes, ElsieWater PoloSilver
Zagunis, MarielFencingGold/Bronze
    
 2012  
 Bailey, Ryan4x100Silver
 Eaton, Ashton
DecathlonGold
 Rupp, Galen10,000mSilver
 Windes, ElsieWater PoloGold
    
 2016  
 Crouser, RyanShot PutGold
 Eaton, Ashton
DecathlonGold
 Hill, KimVolleyballBronze
 Rupp, Galen10,000mBronze
 Zagunis, MarielFencingBronze


A. C. Gilbert
A.C. Gilbert won a gold medal in the pole vault at the 1908 Olympics in London. He went on to be a famous inventor and toy manufacturer. (Image courtesy Eli Whitney Museum)
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Darrall Imhoff
Darrall Imhoff won a gold medal in basketball, along with fellow Oregonian Terry Dischinger, at the 1960 Olympics in Rome. Imhoff went on to a career in the National Basketball Association.
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Don Schollander
After swimming to four gold medals in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Don Schollander made the cover of Life magazine. (Image courtesy life.com)​
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Mac Wilkins
Mac Wilkins throws the discus during the Montreal Olympics in 1976. Wilkins earned the gold medal with a then-Olympic record throw of 67.5 meters. He won a silver medal in 1984. (image courtesy TAC/Allen Steele/Allsport/Getty Images)
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Mariel Zagunis
Fencing champion Mariel Zagunis shows off the gold medal she won at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Zagunis won two medals in 2008 and one in 2016. (Image courtesy Claire Randall/Oregon Fencing Alliance)
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