Category:Emil Zátopek

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English: Emil Zátopek (September 19, 1922 – November 22, 2000) was a long distance runner from Czechoslovakia, probably best known for his amazing feat of winning three gold medals in athletics at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. He was nicknamed "The Czech Locomotive".
Italiano: Emil Zátopek (1922–2000) fu un fondista cecoslovacco, tra i più famosi della specialità; vinse tre medaglie d'oro alle Olimpiadi di Helsinki del 1952; ricevette il soprannome di Locomotiva ceca.

Emil Zátopek 
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Czech Olympic long-distance runner
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Date of birth19 September 1922
Date of death22 November 2000
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Award received
  • Czech Medal of Merit
  • Pierre de Coubertin medal (2000)
  • Honorary citizenship of Třebíč (20 August 1949)
  • Jiří Guth-Jarkovský prize
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