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Maria Piątkowska

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Maria Piątkowska

Maria Piątkowska

Medal record
Women's athletics
European Championships
Gold medal – first place 1962 Belgrade 4x100 m Relay
Bronze medal – third place 1958 Stockholm 4x100 m Relay
Bronze medal – third place 1962 Belgrade 80 m Hurdles

Maria Piątkowska (née Ilwicka, later Chojnacka; born 24 February 1931) is a former Polish sprinter, hurdler, and long jumper.

She was a three-time olympian (Helsinki 1952, Rome 1960 and Tokyo 1964) and participated in three different European Championships (1954 Bern, 1958 Stockholm and 1962 Belgrade).

She was a member of a world record-setting 4x100 metre relay team on 13 September 1964 in Łódź, Poland, with the

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