What woman has won the most Olympic gold medals?

TOKYO – U.S. star Allyson Felix now has the most Olympic medals ever for a female track athlete, after winning a new bronze medal on Friday in the 400 meters at the Tokyo Olympics. This is Felix’s fifth Olympics and her 10th medal. She first competed in Athens in 2004 and has medaled in every Summer Games since then.

Who holds the record for the most medals won by a woman?

American gymnast Simone Biles holds the record for the most World Championship medals (25), as well as the most gold medals (19) in World Championship history for an athlete of either sex.

World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

Gymnastics Larisa Latynina
Gold 9
Silver 4
Bronze 1
Total 14

Who is the most decorated female Olympian?

Allyson Felix becomes the most decorated woman in Olympic track history. Allyson Felix won bronze in the women’s 400-meter final in Tokyo on Friday — making her the most decorated female track and field athlete in Olympic history.

What woman has the most medals?

With a bronze medal win in the 400 meter race, Allyson Felix has become the most decorated female track and field Olympian. Felix has 10 medals across 5 Olympic games, matching Carl Lewis’ US record. She ran a 49.46, her second-fastest time ever.

Who has the second most gold medals?

List of most Olympic gold medals over career

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No. Athlete Gold
1 Michael Phelps 23
2 Larisa Latynina 9
3 Paavo Nurmi 9
4 Mark Spitz 9

Who won 3 medals in one event?

This is a list of Olympians that have won at least three gold medals in one event. It includes top-three placings in 1896 and 1900, before medals were awarded for top-three placings. Medals won in the 1906 Intercalated Games are not included.

Individual events.

Athlete Alexander Karelin
Event Greco-Roman 130 kg
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