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Connie Caruccio-Lenz

Full name: Consetta Anne "Connie" Caruccio-Lenz
Gender: Female
Born: September 26, 1918 in Allegany, New York, United States
Died: July 2, 1980 in Cambridge, Maryland, United States
Affiliations: Baltimore Turners
Country: USA United States
Sport: Gymnastics

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)

Biography

As Connie Carrucio she was one of the youngest women gymnasts at the Berlin Olympics, but she continued to compete and, despite having two children in the interim, made the 1948 Olympic team as Connie Lenz. Her best years, however, were before the war, when she won eight national titles – two in the all-around, three in floor exercies, and one each on the other apparatuses. After her competitive days ended, Mrs. Lenz served on the U.S. Olympic Gymnastic Committee until 1960 and served as a judge at all levels of competition.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer 17 Berlin Gymnastics Women's Team All-Around United States USA 5
1948 Summer 29 London Gymnastics Women's Team All-Around United States USA 3 Bronze

Women's Team All-Around

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank IP TP CEP OEP
1936 Summer 17 Berlin Gymnastics United States USA Final Standings 5 66.85
1936 Summer 17 Berlin Gymnastics United States USA Individual Standings 4 66.85
1936 Summer 17 Berlin Gymnastics United States USA Balance Beam 4 22.95 8.35 14.60
1936 Summer 17 Berlin Gymnastics United States USA Uneven Bars 3T 23.05 9.05 14.00
1936 Summer 17 Berlin Gymnastics United States USA Horse Vault 18T 20.85 7.60 13.25
1948 Summer 29 London Gymnastics United States USA Final Standings 3 49.10
1948 Summer 29 London Gymnastics United States USA Individual Standings 31T 49.10 22.95 26.15
1948 Summer 29 London Gymnastics United States USA Balance Beam 29T 20.60 7.60 13.00
1948 Summer 29 London Gymnastics United States USA Side Horse 37 20.90 7.75 13.15
1948 Summer 29 London Gymnastics United States USA Rings 55T 7.60