SAN GABRIEL, Calif.—Only two athletes in history have won medals in six consecutive Olympic Games. Only two. Let me put this in perspective. There are about 13,000 Olympians, both summer, and winter, during each four-year cycle. Since 1896, when the modern Games began, there have been 184,869 Olympians. So we’re talking about something that happens .001 percent of the time, which is just one click above…never. The first athlete is Armin Zöggeler, a carabinieri from the Tyrolean Alps who has won two gold medals, one silver medal, and three bronzes during 1994 through 2014 Winter Games.