Paul Francesco Radmilovich ( English Paulo Francesco Radmilovic ; March 5, 1886 , Cardiff - September 29, 1968 , Weston-super-Mare ) - British water polo player and swimmer , four-time champion of the Summer Olympic Games .
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Radmilovic was five times a member of the UK water polo team, which became the best at the 1908 Olympics in London , 1912 in Stockholm and 1920 in Antwerp . At the subsequent Olympics of 1924 and 1928, his team did not win medals.
Also, Radmilovich was engaged in swimming. He participated in the 1906 unofficial Olympic Games in Athens , becoming 4th in the 100m freestyle and 5th in the 400m. He did not finish in the 1,500m race. At the London Games, he became the champion in the 4 × 200 freestyle relay. In three other disciplines - 100, 400 and 1,500 m freestyle - he stopped at the semifinals. Four years later, he repeated his result at 100 meters. Also, Radmilovich is a 4-time champion of Great Britain at distances from 100 yards to 5 miles. He was included in the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1967 .