|Full name||Tomasz Stankiewicz|
|Born||28 December 1902|
Warsaw, Russian Empire
|Died||21 June 1940 37) (aged|
Tomasz Stankiewicz (28 December 1902 – 21 June 1940) was a Polish track cyclist who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He was born in Warsaw and died in Palmiry, executed by Nazis.
In 1924 he won the silver as member of the Polish team in the team pursuit.
Robert Albert Kurland was a 7 feet (2.1 m) American basketball center, who played for the two-time NCAA champion Oklahoma A&M Aggies basketball team. He led the U.S. basketball team to gold medals in two Summer Olympics, and led his AAU team to three national titles. He is a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Tomasz Wojciech Wałdoch is a Polish former professional footballer. He holds German citizenship.
Ramón Fonst Segundo was a Cuban fencer who competed in the early 20th century. He was one of the greatest world fencers, individual and by team; he was born and died in Havana.
János Garay was a Hungarian fencer, and one of the best sabre fencers in the world in the 1920s.
Leon Sperling was a Polish Olympic footballer.
Kazimierz Szosland was a Polish horse rider, major of the Polish Army, who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics and in the 1928 Summer Olympics.
Roger Eugene Bureau was a Belgian speed skater and ice hockey player. As a speed skater he finished seventh at the 1926 European Championships. As a hockey player he won a silver medal at the Ice Hockey European Championship 1927, and finished fifth and 13th at the 1928 and 1936 Winter Olympics, respectively. During World War II Bureau served with the Allied forces. On 21 April 1944 he was arrested near the French-Spanish border, placed in a German prison camp, and executed in April 1945.
Tomasz Grzegorz Wójtowicz is a former Polish volleyball player, a member of Polish national team in 1973-1984, Olympic Champion 1976, World Champion 1974, silver medalist of the European Championship.
Tomasz Bogusław Kucharski is a Polish competition rower and Olympic champion. As of 2015, he serves in the Polish Sejm.
Tomasz Tłuczyński is a retired Polish team handball player, who was playing on the Poland national handball team. He received a silver medal with the Polish team at the 2007 World Men's Handball Championship. He participated at the 2008 Summer Olympics, where Poland finished 5th. He also received a bronze medal with the Polish team at the 2009 World Men's Handball Championship.
Piotr Kuleta is a Polish sprint canoeist. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed in the Men's C-1 200 metres and the men's C-1 1000 m. He did not originally qualify for the Olympics, but was called up when Pawel Baraszkiewicz was injured.
Tomasz Polewka is a Polish backstroke swimmer who won the 50 m event at the 2015 European Short Course Championships. He competed in the 100 m backstroke at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Tomasz Gatka is a Polish bobsledder. He competed at the 1998 Winter Olympics and the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Tomasz Świątek is a Polish rower. He competed in the men's quadruple sculls event at the 1988 Summer Olympics, in which Poland won the "B" Final to finish seventh overall.
Stefan Fryc was a Polish footballer who played as a defender. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1924 Summer Olympics. He was murdered by the SS during World War II in a mass execution held in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Tomasz Nowak was a Polish boxer. He competed in the men's featherweight event at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Tomasz Borowski is a Polish boxer. He competed in the men's middleweight event at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Brian Stankiewicz is an Austrian ice hockey player. He competed in the men's tournaments at the 1988 Winter Olympics and the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Tomasz Leżański is a Polish archer. He competed in the men's individual event at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Zdzisław Dziadulski was a Polish equestrian. He competed in two events at the 1924 Summer Olympics. He was killed during World War II.
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