Back at the beginning of this series, I talked about the history of the relationship between the arts and the Olympics. In fact, it was learning about this that inspired me to write the series in the first place. And recently, I was forwarded a great link by a loyal reader to even more details about the period during the modern Olympics when the arts were included in the competition. It details several winners of medals in the Arts portion of the games, including one man, Alfred Hajos, who also won two medals for Hungary in swimming, and the only woman to ever win a gold medal in Olympic Arts. She was a Finnish poet, and her name was Aale Tynni.
Again, the link for learning more and seeing examples of the winning work is here. Feel free to go there now and enjoy!