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Miloslava Misáková

Full name: Miloslava Misáková (-Čamková)
Gender: Female
Born: February 25, 1922 in Horákov, Jihomoravský kraj , Czech Republic
Died: 2015 in Prague, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
Country: TCH Czechoslovakia
Sport: Gymnastics

Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)

Biography

Miloslava Misáková was the sister of Eliska Misáková, who was on the Czechoslovak gymnastics team for the 1948 London Olympics, but contracted poliomyelitis while training in London, and died on the day the Olympic gymnastics competition began. Despite this tragedy, Miloslava Misáková won a gold medal with the Czechoslovak team. She later coached youth gymnastics and worked as a gymnastics judge. Before her death she was the oldest living Czechoslovak Olympic gold medalist.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1948 Summer 26 London Gymnastics Women's Team All-Around Czechoslovakia TCH 1 Gold

Women's Team All-Around

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank IP TP CEP OEP
1948 Summer 26 London Gymnastics Czechoslovakia TCH Final Standings 1 53.00
1948 Summer 26 London Gymnastics Czechoslovakia TCH Individual Standings 4T 53.40 26.30 27.10
1948 Summer 26 London Gymnastics Czechoslovakia TCH Balance Beam 2T 23.15 9.05 14.10
1948 Summer 26 London Gymnastics Czechoslovakia TCH Side Horse 36 20.95 7.95 13.00
1948 Summer 26 London Gymnastics Czechoslovakia TCH Rings 4T 9.30
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