Bonnie Kathleen Blair

Bonnie Kathleen Blair

Bonnie Blair (* 18. März 1964 in Cornwall, New York) ist eine ehemalige US-amerikanische Eisschnellläuferin.

Sie ist mit fünf Goldmedaillen bei Olympischen Spielen eine der erfolgreichsten Eisschnellläuferinnen der Geschichte.

Blair gewann bei den Olympischen Spielen 1988 in Calgary Gold über 500 Meter und Bronze über 1000 Meter. Vier Jahre später in Albertville siegte sie dann sowohl über 500 als auch über 1000 Meter. Diesen Erfolg konnte sie dann in Lillehammer 1994 wiederholen.


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