Medals: 3 Gold (3 Total)
Enrico Bruna holds the rare distinction as a rower of having won three gold medals at the same Olympics, although the 1906 Olympics were also the only occasion were the coxed pairs were held over both 1 km and 1 mile. Bruna's career was fairly long, winning the European Championships in the coxed pairs in 1911 (with [Ercole Olgeni]) and the coxed fours at the 1919 Inter-Allied Games in Paris. Bruna died only two years later, aged 40.
|1906 Summer||25||Athina||Rowing||Men's Coxed Pairs (1 kilometres)||Bucintoro Venezia-1||ITA||1||Gold|
|1906 Summer||25||Athina||Rowing||Men's Coxed Pairs (1 mile)||Bucintoro Venezia||ITA||1||Gold|
|1906 Summer||25||Athina||Rowing||Men's Coxed Fours||Bucintoro Venezia||ITA||1||Gold|
|1906 Summer||25||Athina||Rowing||Bucintoro Venezia-1||ITA||Emilio Fontanella||Final Round||4:23.0|
|1906 Summer||25||Athina||Rowing||Bucintoro Venezia||ITA||Emilio Fontanella||Final Round||7:32.4|
|1906 Summer||25||Athina||Rowing||Bucintoro Venezia||ITA||Final Round||8:13.0|