For men, that is the winner of the decathlon and for women, the winner of the heptathlon.
Yes in certain maybe all events.
Mark Todd, but I'm not sure
Italy competed at the first Modern Olympic Games in 1896. They sent one athlete that compete in Shooting.
Probably the same as any average since there are events for all sizes
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