Oscar Swahn is the oldest person to ever compete in the Olympics. He competed in the 1920 Olympics at 72 years old. He competed in sport shooting events.
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Norman Vaughan and he is 88 years old!!!! he was 100 when he died!
No ... Vatican City has never had an athlete compete in the Olympics.
It is a gymnast i dont know who!=]
The oldest person to ever live was Methuselah who was 969 years old.
Yes, many times. Many medals.
No because his country Kenya boycotted both the 1976 and 1980 Olympics
Carl August Kronlund of Sweden. Carl was 58 years, 155 days old when he competed with the Swedish team in curling at the 1924 Winter Games in Chamonix. He and the team won a silver medal.
Norman V. he was 100 yrs
yes they hae since 1996
The oldest person ever was in fact 123
You would be disqualified and will never be allowed to compete in Olympics ever again. You will be banished from your city.
There is no listing for the oldest person in Alaska. The oldest person ever to live in the United States was 119 years of age.
Oscar Swan: At the age of 72, he was the oldest sportsman to compete in the 1920 Summer Olympics. In fact, he was the oldest athlete ever to compete in the Olympics. His best results were in the team competitions: a fourth place in the single shot running deer event, and a second place in the double shot running deer contest. With this silver medal, he is also the oldest medalist of any colour of all time (not counting the art competitions). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Swahn
Methuselah (who is the oldest person to ever have live) .
The oldest person to ever compete in the Olympics was Robert Tait McKensie of Canada who was 81 years, 64 days old when he competed in Art Competitions at the 1948 Games in London. Art Competitions was a 'sport' that had events of architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpturing. Medals were awarded based on how the 'work' was inspired by sport.