Mark Spitz won 11 medals (9 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze) in his Olympic career. He won four (2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze) at the 1968 Summer Games in Mexico City and seven (7 gold) at the 1972 Summer Games in Munich.
Mark Spitz won 9 Olympic gold medals, 1 silver medal, and 1 bronze medal, for a total of 11 Olympic medals.
In September, 1972 Mark Spitz won seven Gold Medals at the Olympics, a new record.
Mark Spitz won 9 olympic gold medals. 2 in the 1968 Olympics and 7 in the 1972 Olympics. He also won 5 gold medals in the 1967 Pan American Games.
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Mark Spitz attended to two Olympic games the 1968 and the 1972
Mark Spitz won 2 gold medals at the 1968 Games in Mexico City and 7 gold medals at the 1972 Games in Munich.
The most won by a single athlete is 8 - Mark Spitz of the USA. (Swimming)
Mark Spitz, who boasted he would win six gold medals at the 1968 Olympics, broke seven world records in 1972.
Mark Spitz won a total of 7 gold medals ( 4 individual and 3 relay ) for the USA in 1972. All his events were won in world record time. This record for any swimmer lasted until Michael Phelps won 8 gold medals in Beijing 2008.