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الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
ملبورن   1956
الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
ملبورن   1956
#6 Athletics Marathon
هلسنكي   1952
الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
هلسنكي   1952
#1
Athletics 5,000 metres
#1
Athletics 10,000 metres
#1
Athletics Marathon
لندن   1948
الألعاب النتائج الرياضات الفعاليات
لندن   1948
#2
Athletics 5,000 metres
#1
Athletics 10,000 metres

Emil ZATOPEK

تشيكوسلوفاكيا
ألعاب القوى
القامة
182 سنتميتر / 6'0''
الوزن
72 كيلوجرام / 158 باوند
تاريخ الميلاد
19 سبتمبر 1922 Koprivnice, Czech Republic
الجنس
ذكر

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Emil ZATOPEK السيرة الذاتية لـ

Emil Zátopek of Czechoslovakia was a supreme distance runner whose rugged training regimen was rewarded with unprecedented success. At the 1948 Olympics he won the gold medal in the 10,000 metres and finished second in the 5,000 metres. At Helsinki in 1952 he produced one of the greatest performances in distance running history, when he won the 5,000 metres, successfully defended his 10,000 metres title and then took his third gold medal in his first-ever marathon race to complete a "triple" that remains unique in Olympic history. Zátopek closed his Olympic career four years later when he placed 6th in the marathon in Melbourne, running only a few weeks after undergoing hernia surgery. At the European Championships he finished fifth in the 5,000 metres (1946) and won gold in the 5,000 metres (1950) and 10,000 metres (1950, 1954) and bronze in the 5,000 metres (1954). Between 1949 and 1954, he set 18 world records at every distance from 5,000 metres to 30,000 metres, a remarkable display of versatility at the very highest level. He was the first great distance runner to popularize the concept of interval training and his training efforts were legendary. His wife, Dana (né Ingrová), was the Olympic gold medalist in the javelin in 1952.

Personal Bests: 5000 – 13:57.0 (1954); 10000 – 28:54.2 (1954); Mar – 2-23:04 (1952).

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