|Born||5 December 1926|
|Died||9 February 2007 80)(aged|
Emil Kiszka (5 December 1926 – 9 February 2007) was a Polish sprinter. He competed in the men's 100 metres at the 1952 Summer Olympics.
|1952||Olympics||Helsinki, Finland||3rd, Heat 5||100 m||11.13/10.9|
Emil Zátopek was a Czechoslovak long-distance runner best known for winning three gold medals at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. He won gold in the 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres runs, but his final medal came when he decided at the last minute to compete in the first marathon of his life. He was nicknamed the "Czech Locomotive".
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