A perfect 10.0 points. It is By Nadia Elena Comăneci, the winner of three Olympic gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics. and the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is also the winner of two gold medals at the 1980 Summer Olympics.
There is at least one. Nadia Comaneci received the first perfect 10 score in an Olympics gymnastic event in Montreal in 1976.
Nadia Elena Comaneci, born November 12, 1961 is a Romanian gymnast, winner of five Olympic gold medals, and the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is one of the best-known gymnasts in the world and, along with Olga Korbut, is credited with popularizing the sport around the world. Already winning 1 perfect 10 in the un-even bars event, she later won 6 more perfect 10's in all her events.
Nadia Comaneci, A Romanian Gymnast, winner of 3 olympic gold medals was the first ever to achieve a perfect 10 in Gymnastics.
At the first Olympic games.
The first gymnast to gain the first ever Perfect 10 was Nadia Comaneci. Who was from the country of Romania. She was 14 years old at the time. She scored the perfect ten not once, but seven times during the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada. Nadia now lives in the state of Oklahoma and is married to Olympic gymnast Bart Connor.
The Romanian gymnast, Nadia Comaneci (nod-yuh keo-man-eech) was the first Olympian to be awarded a perfect score of 10. She got 6 more 10s, just to prove the point. This is a bit misleading, though, as Albert Sequin in 1924 earned a perfect score of 10,000, but that is not '10'. So, the answer is: Albert Sequin earned the first perfect score in Olympic gymnastics, but Nadia Comaneci earned the first perfect '10'.
The first olympic gymnast to get a perfect 10 was Albert Sequin. He got it on the sidehorse and his score was 10000.
Nadia Comaneci was the first gymnast to score a perfect 10 in Olympic competition.
The Olympic gold medal is awarded for coming first in an Olympic event. It looks like a small golden circle.
Modern Olympics: first medal awarded was in the Men's Triple Jump in 1896.
Women first competed in judo at the 1988 Games in Seoul as a demonstration sport with no medals awarded. Medals were first awarded in women's judo at the 1992 Games in Barcelona.
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medals gold first, silver second, bronze third
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a perfect 10
Track and Field: The first Australian Olympic medal was awarded to Teddy Flack who won gold in the 800m run. He also later won gold in the 1500m run.
The men's triple jump was introduced at the first modern Olympic Games in Athens in 1896. In fact the first gold medal of the modern games was awarded for the triple jump on the 6th April 1896.
It wasn't Nadia Comaneci. When the first perfect 10 was done, she wasn't even born. In 1924, Albert Sequin won gold in the men's sidehorse. His score was 10000, so he was the first to get a perfect 10.