Jarmila Nygrýnová

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Jarmila Nygrýnová-Strejčková (15 February 1953 – 5 January 1999) was a long jumper from the Czech Republic, representing Czechoslovakia. She won six medals at the European Athletics Indoor Championships as well as a bronze medal at the 1978 European Athletics Championships. She was born in Plzeň. She was a three-time competitor at the Summer Olympics, entering the long jump in 1972, 1976 and 1980, and was part of the Czechoslovak team at the inaugural 1983 World Championships in Athletics, finishing tenth in the long jump. [1]

International competitions

Representing Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia
1972 European Indoor Championships Grenoble, France3rd
Summer Olympics Munich, West Germany12th
1973 European Indoor Championships Rotterdam, Netherlands2nd
1975 Universiade Rome, Italy1st
1976 European Indoor Championships Munich, West Germany2nd
Summer Olympics Montreal, Canada 6th
1977 European Indoor Championships San Sebastián, Spain1st
Universiade Sofia, Bulgaria2nd
1978 European Indoor Championships Milan, Italy 1st
European Championships Prague, Czechoslovakia3rd
1979 European Indoor Championships Vienna, Austria2nd
1980 Summer Olympics Moscow, Soviet Union 6th
1983 World Championships Rome, Italy10th Long jump

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  1. Jarmila Nygrynova-Strejckova. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-02-01.