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Olympians Who Competed While Pregnant

Athlete Gender Country Sport Notes
Lisa Brown-Miller Female USA ICH Unknowingly pregnant during the 1998 Winter Olympics with her first child, Alex.
DeAnne Hemmens Female USA CAN 2 months pregnant in 1996.
Anna-Maria Johansson Female SWE HAN 3 months pregnant in 2012.
Magda Julin Female SWE FSK 3 months pregnant in 1920.
Amelie Kober Female GER SNB 2 months pregnant in 2010.
Kateřina Kůrková-Emmons Female CZE SHO 1 month pregnant in 2008.
Kristie Moore Female CAN CUR 5 months pregnant in 2010.
Mara Navarria Female ITA FEN Discovered after London Olympics that she was in early pregnancy during the Games.
Cornelia Pfohl Female GER ARC In early pregnancy (daughter Mara) when she won a bronze medal in 2000 and 7 months pregnant in 2004. Daughter Roselinda born only 57 days after her last Olympic event.
Diana Sartor Female GER SKE 9 weeks pregnant in 2006.
Juno Stover-Irwin Female USA DIV 3½ months pregnant when she won a bronze medal in 1952.
Kerstin Szymkowiak Female GER SKE 2 months pregnant when she won a silver medal in 2010.
Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi Female MAS SHO 34 weeks pregnant in 2012.
Martina Valcepina Female ITA STK 1 month pregnant with twins during the Sochi Olympics.
Anky van Grunsven Female NED EQU 5 months pregnant when she won a gold medal in 2004.
Kerri Walsh Female USA BVO, VOL 1 month pregnant in 2012 (not known until after the Olympics).