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HIGH JUMP
YearLocationWinner, Country, Height
2012London, EnglandIvan Ukhov, RUS, 2.38 meters
2008Beijing, ChinaAndrey Silnov, RUS, 2.36 meters
2004Athens, GreeceStefan Holm, SWE, 2.36 meters
2000Sydney, AustraliaSergey Kliugin, RUS, 2.35 meters
1996Atlanta, United StatesCharles Austin, USA, 2.39 meters
1992Barcelona, SpainJavier Sotomayor, CUB, 2.34 meters
1988Seoul, South KoreaHennady Avdeyenko, URS, 2.38 meters
1984Los Angeles, United StatesDietmar Mogenburg, FRG, 2.35 meters
1980Moscow, Soviet UnionGerd Wessig, GDR, 2.36 meters
1976Montreal, CanadaJacek Wszola, POL, 2.25 meters
1972Munich, GermanyJuri Tarmak, URS, 2.23 meters
1968Mexico City, MexicoDick Fosbury, USA, 2.24 meters
1964Tokyo, JapanValery Brumel, URS, 2.18 meters
1960Rome, ItalyRob. Shavlakadze, URS, 2.16 meters
1956Melbourne, AustraliaCharles Dumas, USA, 2.12 meters
1952Helsinki, FinlandWalter Davis, USA, 2.04 meters
1948London, EnglandJohn Winter, AUS, 1.98 meters
1936Berlin, GermanyCornelius Johnson, USA, 2.03 meters
1932Los Angeles, United StatesDuncan McNaughton, CAN, 1.97 meters
1928Amsterdam, NetherlandsRobert King, USA, 1.94 meters
1924Paris, FranceHarold Osborn, USA, 1.98 meters
1920Antwerp, BelgiumRichard Landon, USA, 1.935 meters
1912Stockholm, SwedenAlma Richards, USA, 1.93 meters
1908London, EnglandHarry Porter, USA ), 1.905 meters
1906Athens, GreeceCorn. Leahy, BGR/IRE, 1.775 meters
1904St. Louis, United StatesSamuel Jones, USA, 1.80 meters
1900Paris, FranceIrving Baxter, USA, 1.90 meters
1896Athens, GreeceEllery Clark, USA, 1.81 meters
Medals won by country
CountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
United States1314936
Soviet Union4138
Sweden1225
Russia3014
Poland1214
Great Britain/Irel1203
Australia1113
Canada1113
East Germany1113
Great Britain0023
Cuba1102
France0112
Germany0112
Hungary0112
West Germany1001
Norway0101
Algeria0011
Brazil0011
China0011
Czech Republic0011
Greece0011
Philippines0011
Qatar0011
 

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