Some athletes have won multiple medals at either the Summer Olympic Games or the Winter Olympic Games. Take a look at the most winningest Olympic athletes of all time.
11 medals - Matt Biondi, swimming, USA (1984–1992)
11 medals - V?ra ?áslavská, gymnastics, Czechoslovakia (1960–1968)
11 medals - Viktor Chukarin, gymnastics, Soviet Union (1952–1956)
11 medals - Ryan Lochte, swimming, USA (2004–2012)
11 medals - Carl Osburn, shooting, USA (1912–1924)
11 medals - Mark Spitz, swimming, USA (1968–1972)
12 medals - Natalie Coughlin, swimming, USA (2004–2012)
12 medals - Bjorn Daehlie, cross-country skiing, Norway (1992–1998)
12 medals - Birgit Fischer, canoeing, Germany (1980–2004)
12 medals - Sawao Kato, gymnastics, Japan (1968–1976)
12 medals - Alexei Nemov, gymnastics, Russia (1996–2000)
12 medals - Paavo Nurmi, athletics, Finland (1920–1928)
12 medals - Jenny Thompson, swimming, USA (1992–2004)
12 medals - Dara Torres, swimming, USA (1984–2008)
13 medals - Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, biathlon, Norway (1998–2014)
13 medals - Edoardo Mangiarotti, fencing, Italy (1936–1960)
13 medals - Takashi Ono, gymnastics, Japan (1952–1964)
13 medals - Boris Shakhlin, gymnastics, Soviet Union (1956–1964)
15 medals - Nikolai Andrianov (far left), gymnastics, Soviet Union (1972–1980)
18 medals - Larisa Latynina, gymnastics, Soviet Union (1956–1964)
22 medals - Michael Phelps, swimming, USA (2004–2012)
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