Alberto Braglia ( Italian: Alberto Braglia ; March 23, 1883 , Campogalliano - February 5, 1954 , Modena ) - Italian gymnast , three-time champion of the Summer Olympic Games .
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First, Bralia participated in the unofficial Olympic Games of 1906 in Athens , in which he twice took second place in the championships on 5 and 6 shells. However, these medals are not officially registered by the International Olympic Committee , since the competition was held without his permission.
At the 1908 Games in London, Bralia participated in the individual championship. With a score of 317.00 he took first place. At the next 1912 Olympics in Stockholm, he defended his title with 135.00 points. At the same competitions, Braglia became part of the Italian team, which won the team championship.
At the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, Brahlia already acted as a coach for the national team, which won in four disciplines, including individual and team championships.
- Alberto Braglia - Olympic statistics at Sports-Reference.com