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Jim Thorpe, named "Greatest male athlete of the first half century" by the Associated Press, won gold medals in the decathlon and pentathlon in the 1912 Olympics.

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In what year did Jim Thorpe win his medals?

Jim Thorpe won gold medals in the decathlon and pentathlon at the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm.


When did Jim thorpe win olympic medals?

1912


How many olympic medals did Jim Thorpe win?

2 gold medals.


What happen to Jim Thorpe Olympic medals?

Jim Thorpe's medals were stripped of him because of professionalism. When the IOC changed the professionalism rule, he received his medals again.


In 1912 you won Olympic gold medals in the pentathlon?

Jim Thorpe


What did Jim thorpe win?

The legendary Jim Thorpe won two Olympic Gold Medals at the 1912 Olympics in the Pentathlon and Decathlon.


Who was the first athlete to win four Olympic gold medals in the same Olympic game?

Jim Thorpe


Who was the first athlete to win four olympic gold medals in the same olympic games?

jim thorpe


Did Jim Thorpe get his olympic medals back?

Yes in 1933 30 years after his death the International Olympic Committee restored his Olympics medals.


What was the time-frame of Jim Thorpe's medals?

Jim Thorpe won the pentathlon and decathlon in the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. The International Olympic Committee stripped Thrope of his medals in late 1913.


How many Olympic gold medals did Jim Thorpe win?

2 - Thorpe won gold in the Pentathlon and Decathlon at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden.


Why did Jim Thorpe lose his Olympic medals in 1912?

He was not allow the play any pro sport before winning his medals. Turns out he played some pro baseball before. Today, there are 2 Olympic champions in the events in which Thorpe competed in.


Did Jim thorpe lose his medals?

Yes


Did Jim thorpe keep his medals?

no but returned to family in 1983 Jim Thorpe died in 1953.


How many medals did Jim Thorpe win?

Jim Thorpe won two gold medals in the 1912 Summer Olypics in decathlon and pentathlon.


Who Was a Native American sports hero who won olympic gold medals and went to play professional football?

Jim Thorpe.


Who was the native American who played professinal basebal football and won olympic gold medals in track and field?

Jim Thorpe.


Was a Native American sports hero who won Olympic gold medals and went on to play professional football?

Jim Thorpe


Who was the native American who play professional baseball and football and won olympic gold medals in track and field?

Jim Thorpe.


Who is the native American who played professional baseball and football and won olympic gold medals in track an fied?

Jim Thorpe.


Who was the native American who played profession baseball and football and won olympic gold medals in track and field?

Jim Thorpe.


Who was the native American who played professional baseball and football and won Olympic gold medals in track in field?

Jim Thorpe.


Who was the first native American to play pro baseball football and win Olympic gold medals in track and field?

Jim Thorpe.


Who is tom ashenbrenner in the Jim thorpe story?

Tom Ashenbrenner in "The Jim Thorpe Story" was one of his coaches early on. Jim Thorpe was an Olympic medalist.


What was Jim Thorpe famous for?

Jim Thorpe was a world famous athlete. He won several Olympic medals for running, and also played football professionally. He was actively playing in the early 1900s, and his career lasted until 1929.