Three. Dawn Fraser competed in the 1956, 1960, and 1964 Summer Olympic Games.
Dawn Fraser has won all 3 olympic games.
Yes, Dawn Fraser is an Australian Olympic champion swimmer.
Dawn Fraser is an Australian swimming legend. Dawn was born on the 4th September 1937. She loves swimming in lane 9. She is the only athlete in the world to win the same event at 3 Olympic Games in a row. Dawn holds the record for the most Olympic medals won by an Australian, 8 in total, 4 gold and 4 silver. Her family lived in Balmain, Sydney. In the 2000 Olympics Games, Dawn Fraser ran with the Olympic Torch at the Opening Ceremony in Sydney.
As of July 2014, Dawn Fraser is still alive. She is currently 76 years old. She was a former Olympic swimmer.
Dawn Fraser won 9 Olympic medals, 4 of which were gold. She won gold in the 100 meter freestyle at the 1956, 1960, and 1964 Games and gold in the 4x100 meter freestyle relay at the 1956 Games.
1956 Summer Games in Melbourne. She won 2 gold medals (women's 100 meter freestyle, women's 4x100 meter freestyle relay) and 1 silver medal (women's 400 meter freestyle) at the 1956 Games.
The great Dawn Fraser of Australia won 4 gold medals (along with 4 silver medals). She competed in 3 Olympics, the 1956 Games in Melbourne, 1960 Games in Rome, and 1964 Games in Tokyo. She won 2 gold medals in 1956 and 1 each in 1960 and 1964. She was the first athlete in Olympic history to win the same swimming event (100 meter freestyle) in three successive Games. She also won a gold medal in the 4x100 meter freestyle relay.