The 3 most famous Romanian gymnasts of the 90s with all due respect to Bontas, Olaru, and Marinescu were clearly Milo, Amanar, and Gogean. Milo and Gogean came up together in the arly 90s and continued into their primes into the mid 90s. Amanar came up in the mid 90s and continued on to the 2000 Games. Which do you feel had the best overall career of this famous code whoreing generally unpopular but very successful trio of gymnasts. This isnt about who you feel is best gymnast subjectively speaking but whose accomplishments do you feel is best overall and you would most like to have:
Milosovici- 2 time Olympic AA bronze medalist, 94 World AA silver medalist, 95 World AA bronze medalist. 91 World Champion vault, 92 World Champion bars , 92 Olympic Champion vault, 92 Olympic Champion floor, 93 World Champion beam. 93 World silver medalist vault, 94 World silver medalist floor, 91 World bronze medalist beam, 96 World bronze medalist floor. In 3 appearances at Europeans or the European Cup 8 individual medals including 3 gold and 2 AA medals. Team silver and bronze at the 92 and 96 Games. Team gold at 94 and 95 Worlds. Team bronze at 91 Worlds. Most famous for winning atleast 1 World or Olmpic gold on each individual apparatus but never a World or Olympic AA title.
Gina Gogean- 96 Olympic AA silver medalist, 93 World AA silver medalist, 3 time World Champion on floor- 95, 96, 97. 94 and 96 World Champion on vault. 97 World Champion on beam. Bronzes on beam and vault at 96 Olympics. silver and bronze on floor at the 93 and 94 Worlds. Bronze on beam at the 93 Worlds, bronze on vault at the 95 and 97 Worlds. In 3 appearances at the European Gymnastics Championships 8 total individual medals including 94 AA European Champion, 92 AA silver medalist, 94 beam gold, and 92 floor gold. Team golds at the 94, 95, and 97 Worlds. Team silver and bronze at the 92 and 96 Olympics. The only of this trio to never manage an Olympic Gold medal. Still her 6 individual golds at Worlds is the most of this trio in combined Olympic/World individual golds. Her European AA title was the biggest AA title won by this trio outside of Amanar's belated and bizarre Olympic AA gold.
Simona Amanar- 2000 Olympic AA Champion Olympic AA bronze medalist in 1996, World AA silver medalist in 1997. Olympic Champion on vault in 1996, World Champion on vault in 1995 and 1997. World silver medalist on vault in 1996 and 1999. Olympic silver medalist on floor in 1996, Olympic bronze medalist on floor in 2000, World silver medalist on floor in 1999. In 4 appearances at the European Championships and European Cup has 12 individual medals. These include silver in the AA at the 95 European Cup and 98 European Championships. Also gold on vault at the 95 European Cup, 96 European Championships, and 2000 European Championships. Gold on floor at the 95 European Cup and gold on bars at the 96 European Championships (3 way tie with Khorkina and Podkopayeva).