This Day in Sports History
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1932 – U.S. athlete Eddie Eagan becomes the first athlete to win gold medal at both the Summer and Winter Olympics after being part of the first place four man bobsled team. Eagan had previously won gold in boxing in the 1920 Summer games in Antwerp.
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