Some athletes have won multiple medals at either the Summer Olympic Games or the Winter Olympic Games. Take a look at the most winningest Olympic athletes of all time.
11 medals - Matt Biondi, swimming, USA (1984–1992)
11 medals - V?ra ?áslavská, gymnastics, Czechoslovakia (1960–1968)
11 medals - Viktor Chukarin, gymnastics, Soviet Union (1952–1956)
11 medals - Ryan Lochte, swimming, USA (2004–2012)
11 medals - Carl Osburn, shooting, USA (1912–1924)
11 medals - Mark Spitz, swimming, USA (1968–1972)
12 medals - Natalie Coughlin, swimming, USA (2004–2012)
12 medals - Bjorn Daehlie, cross-country skiing, Norway (1992–1998)
12 medals - Birgit Fischer, canoeing, Germany (1980–2004)
12 medals - Sawao Kato, gymnastics, Japan (1968–1976)
12 medals - Alexei Nemov, gymnastics, Russia (1996–2000)
12 medals - Paavo Nurmi, athletics, Finland (1920–1928)
12 medals - Jenny Thompson, swimming, USA (1992–2004)
12 medals - Dara Torres, swimming, USA (1984–2008)
13 medals - Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, biathlon, Norway (1998–2014)
13 medals - Edoardo Mangiarotti, fencing, Italy (1936–1960)
13 medals - Takashi Ono, gymnastics, Japan (1952–1964)
13 medals - Boris Shakhlin, gymnastics, Soviet Union (1956–1964)
15 medals - Nikolai Andrianov (far left), gymnastics, Soviet Union (1972–1980)
18 medals - Larisa Latynina, gymnastics, Soviet Union (1956–1964)
22 medals - Michael Phelps, swimming, USA (2004–2012)
Oxnard police are investigating the seventh homicide of the year.
Cal Fire - SLO
An Italian restaurant in Pismo Beach was badly damaged in an early morning 2-alarm fire.
Emergency crews were busy Sunday morning with a solo vehicle rollover on U.S. Highway 101 near the Tajiguas Landfill Road in the Gaviota area, that partially blocked one of the southbound lanes.
A fire in Central California northeast of Bakersfield has ripped across 19,000 acres with zero containment, and more than 100 homes are a total loss.
Investigators with the Oxnard Police Department are now having to deal with Oxnard's seventh and eighth homicides of the year. The fatal shootings occurred on Saturday nearly six hours apart from each other in different parts of the City.
Scherpa "Sherpa" Fire acreage remains at 7,474 acres with 93% containment as of Saturday morning.
On June 23, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. The controversial vote had an immediate effect on the world economy.
The Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Parade will be taking over the city tomorrow, but festivities begin today.
The International Olympic Committee is formed, the SAT exam is taken for the first time, Hitler takes in newly conquered Paris, and Tim Burton's "Batman" hits theaters, all on this day.
West Virginia Department of Transportation
Heavy rain battered West Virginia early in the week, causing deadly flooding across the state that killed at least 24 people.
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