Heike Henkel (GER). 2.05 y 2.07(i). Campeona olímpica Barcelona '92 con 2.02 y Campeona del Mundo en Tokio'91 con su récord personal de 2.05 y vigente récord de Alemania. Campeona Europa En Split'90. Campeona del mundo indoor en Sevill'91 y dos veces campeona en europeos indoor. Récord del mundo indoor con 2.07 en 1992 vigente hasta el 2006.
Britain's Henry William Furse Hoskyns, known as Bill Hoskyns and Witold Woyda of Poland, right, are shown in action during their bout in the Foils Finals during the Fencing event at the Summer Olympic Games in Rome, Italy on August 30, 1960. Woyda won the bout by 5 - 3. (AP Photo)
Not only did high jumper Alice Coachman overcome the adversity inherent to being an African American athlete in the then-segregated south, she made history as the first female to win an Olympic gold medal when she participated in the 1948 competition.