Great Olympians

Biographies - ELE


Marlene Elejarde Díaz

B. 1951-06-03, Marianoa, Cuba; D. 1989-04-29
Athletics (1 silver, 1 bronze)
1968 1972 HP
Women's 80 m Hurdles R1:19th 2.4
Women's 4x100 m Relay silver bronze 1640
1642.4


Elek Ilona

competed in 1936 as

Ilona Schacherer-Elek

B. 1907-05-17, Budapest, Hungary; D. 1988
Fencing (2 gold, 1 silver)
1936 1948 1952 HP
Foil, individual gold gold silver 37800
37800

Hungary's first woman Olympic champion. She was also World individual champion in 1933 and 1951.
Her sister Margit was sixth at London.


Elek Margit

B. 1910-10-05, Budapest, Hungary; D. 1986-02-04
Fencing
1948 1952 HP
Women's Foil, Individual sixth QF:5th 963.435
963.435


Elekfy Ákos

B. 1923-04-02, from Budapest, represented Hungary
Speed Skating
1948 HP
Men's 500 metres 34th 0.0016
Men's 5000 metres 29th 0.016
0.0176


Henri Elendé

B. 1941-11-13, represented Congo (Braz.)
Athletics - Track & Field
1964 HP
Men's High Jump 20th 1.5
1.5


Amin Muhammad Khalif El-Esnawi

B. 1936-06-26, El-Suweis, Egypt, represented the United Arab Republic; D. 2004-11-05
Football
1960 1964 HP
Men's Team R1:4th fourth 807.25
807.25


Eugénio Calças Eleutério

B. 1920-11-03, represented Portugal
Athletics - Track & Field
1952 HP
Men's 200 metres R1:5th 0.00000000037
Men's 4x100m Relay R1:6th 0.205
0.20500000037


Bryan Eley

B. 1939-01-28, Bristol, England, Great Britain
Athletics
1968 HP
Men's 50 km Walk 7th 400
400


Maxwell Eley

B. 1902-09-16, Samford, England, Great Britain; D. 1983-01-15
Rowing (1 gold)
1924 HP
Men's Coxless Fours gold 4800
4800


Moussa El-Ezam

from Bur Said, represented Egypt
Football
1928 HP
Men's Team fourth 800
800


Written 2000-11-28 - last modified 2021-03-04

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