Jorge OlguĂ­n

Jorge Mario Olguín is a retired Argentine footballer who played as a defender. He is most famous for having been part of the 1978 World Cup winning team. Since his retirement as a player he has managed a number of football clubs. Deployed as a centre back in club football, Olguín was positioned as a right back with the national team by coach César Luis Menotti. Among his achievements as a player there is one World Cup with the Argentina national football team, the Copa Libertadores, six Argentine league titles, he started his career at San Lorenzo in 1971, he played for the club for 8 years, in that time they won three trophies. In 1978 Olguín was included in Argentina's world cup squad. Following his success at the world cup he was sold to Independiente, where he spend some time battling Pedro Monzón for a place in the first team. Olguín was called up to join Argentina's defence of the world cup in Spain 1982, but the Albicelestes has a poor campaign, being knocked out in the 2nd group phase.

In 1983 Olguín won his only trophy with Independiente, they claimed the 1983 Metropolitano, finishing 1 point above his former team, San Lorenzo. In 1984 Olguín was sold to Argentinos Juniors. In 1985 he helped Argentinos win their only Copa Libertadores title, he continued to play for Argentinos until his retirement in 1988. After retirement as a player Olguin has become a football manager, he has taken charge of teams in Argentina and Costa Rica. Argentinos Juniors Colón Almagro Deportivo Español Avispa Fukuoka Deportivo Saprissa Club Santa Bárbara Liga Deportiva Alajuelense Villa Dálmine Argentina: Games 60 Goals 0. Argentine Primera: Games 529 Goals 53. San LorenzoMetropolitano: 1972 Nacional: 1972, 1974IndependienteMetropolitano: 1983Argentinos JuniorsMetropolitano: 1984 Nacional: 1985 Copa Libertadores: 1985 Copa Interamericana: 1986 ArgentinaFIFA World Cup: 1978 Jorge Olguín – FIFA competition record Jorge Olguín at San Lorenzo player profile Profile and Statistics at

Lorette Charpy

Lorette Eugenie Adrienne Margue Charpy is a French artistic gymnast. She won team silver at the 2018 European Championships, balance beam bronze at the 2019 European Championships and all-around silver at the 2019 European Games, she participated in the 2018 World Championships. Charpy joined the French national team at age ten in 2012. In 2015, she was first in all-around, second on uneven bars, third on balance beam in the junior category at French Championships. Charpy became a senior in 2017, she won gold on uneven bars and bronze in floor exercise at the 2017 French Championships, narrowly missing the podium with fourth on balance beam and fifth in all-around. Charpy competed at the American Cup. At French Championships, she was third all-around, first on balance beam and third in floor exercise. At European Championships she won silver with the French team and was sixth individually on uneven bars. Charpy was injured in August 2018, she missed a training camp while recovering. At the 2018 World Championships, Charpy finished sixteenth in the all-around and contributed to France's fifth place as a team.

Lorette Charpy was selected to participate in the 2019 European Championships alongside Marine Boyer, Melanie de Jesus dos Santos, Coline Devillard. In qualifications, Charpy qualified for the all-around, uneven bars, balance beam finals with scores of 13.533 on vault, 13.933 on uneven bars, 13.266 on balance beam, 12.433 on floor for a total of 53.165. She placed 8th in the all-around final with a score of 52.433. She finished 6th on uneven bars with a score of 14.100. For the balance beam final, she earned a score of 12.900, which earned her 3rd place, with her teammate finishing just ahead of her Melanie de Jesus dos Santos in 2nd. The bronze medal on beam became her first individual European Championships medal at the senior level. Lorette Charpy was selected to participate in the 2019 European Games alongside Aline Friess and Carolann Heduit, she qualified to the all-around final in 3rd place, with a score of 13.366 on Vault, 14.000 on Uneven Bars, 13.400 on Balance Beam, 12.533 on Floor Exercise.

She finished 2nd in the all-around final, her highest all-around individual placement at a European Championships/Games competition with a score of 54.166. She had the highest beam score in the all-around final out of all 18 competitors with a score of 13.700. Charpy was named to the 2019 Worlds Artistic Gymnastics Championships French team alongside Marine Boyer, Aline Friess, Melanie de Jesus dos Santos, Claire Pontlevoy. On October 4, 2019, she competed in team qualifications on three events, earning 14.166 on uneven bars, 12.600 on balance beam, 13.233 on floor exercise. On October 8, 2019, Lorette Charpy competed in the Team Final, helping France to a 5th-place team finish with her scores of 14.033 on Bars and 12.666 on Beam. On October 30, 2019, Lorette Charpy took part in the Arthur Gander Memorial, she finished 1st place overall with her top scores being a 13.750 on vault, 13.500 on uneven bars, 13.200 on balance beam. Charpy's mother is a gymnastics coach, she has two sisters and Grace, who have trained in gymnastics.

Charpy speaks Spanish in addition to her native French. She enjoys dancing and cooking as hobbies. Lorette Charpy at the International Gymnastics Federation