Eileen Hiscock, née le 25 août 1909 et morte le 3 septembre 1958, est une ancienne athlète britannique qui évoluait sur le sprint. Avec ses compatriotes Violet Webb, Gwendoline Porter et Nellie Halstead, elle a remporté la médaille de bronze du relais 4 × 100 m aux Jeux olympiques de 1932. En 1936, à Berlin, elle remporta cette fois-ci l'argent en relais 4 × 100 m avec Violet Olney, Audrey Brown et Barbara Burke.

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  • Eileen Hiscock, née le 25 août 1909 et morte le 3 septembre 1958, est une ancienne athlète britannique qui évoluait sur le sprint. Avec ses compatriotes Violet Webb, Gwendoline Porter et Nellie Halstead, elle a remporté la médaille de bronze du relais 4 × 100 m aux Jeux olympiques de 1932. En 1936, à Berlin, elle remporta cette fois-ci l'argent en relais 4 × 100 m avec Violet Olney, Audrey Brown et Barbara Burke.
  • Eileen May Hiscock (ur. 25 sierpnia 1909 w Londynie, zm. 3 września 1958 w Londynie) – angielska lekkoatletka specjalizująca się w krótkich biegach sprinterskich, dwukrotna uczestniczka letnich igrzysk olimpijskich (Los Angeles 1932, Berlin 1936), dwukrotna medalistka olimpijska w biegach sztafetowych 4 x 100 metrów: srebrna (1936) oraz brązowa (1932).
  • Eileen May Hiscock (Londra, 25 agosto 1909 – Londra, 3 settembre 1958) è stata un'atleta britannica specializzata nella velocità e vincitrice, nella staffetta 4×100 metri, della medaglia di bronzo ai Giochi olimpici del 1932 e dell'argento ai Giochi olimpici del 1936 a Berlino.
  • Eileen May Hiscock, later Wilson, (25 August 1909 – 3 September 1958) was an English track and field athlete who competed for Great Britain in the 1932 Summer Olympics and in the 1936 Summer Olympics. She was born in Blackheath, London.At the 1930 Women's World Games in Prague she was a member, along with Ethel Scott, Ivy Walker and Daisy Ridgeley, of the British 4×100 metre relay team which won the silver medal. In the 1934 World Women's Games, she won the bronze medals in the 100 metres and 200 metres contests.In 1932, she was one of five women entered by the Women's Amateur Athletic Association at the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Olympics as Britain's first female Olympians in athletics events, together with Ethel Johnson, Gwendoline Porter, Nellie Halstead, and seventeen-year-old Violet Webb. They sailed for five days from Southampton to Quebec and then travelled a further 3000 miles by train before arriving in Los Angeles. In the 4 x 100 metres women's relay she won the bronze medal with her team mates Gwendoline Porter, Violet Webb (replacing the injured Johnson) and Nellie Halstead. In the women's 100 metres she came 5th.At the 1934 Empire Games she won the gold medal in the 100 yards competition as well as in the 220 yards contest. She also was a member of the English relay team which won the gold medal in the 110-220-110 yards relay contest and the silver medal in the 220-110-220-110 yards relay event.In the 1936 Summer Olympics she won the silver medal with her team mates Violet Olney, Audrey Brown and Barbara Burke in the 4×100 metre relay event. In the 100 metre event she was eliminated in the semi-finals.She married John H Wilson in 1936.
  • Eileen May Hiscock (* 25. August 1909 in Blackheath; † 3. September 1958 in London) war eine britische Leichtathletin und Olympiateilnehmerin.
  • アイリーン・ヒスコック (Eileen May Hiscock、1909年8月25日 - 1958年9月3日)は、イギリスの陸上競技選手。1936年ベルリンオリンピックの銀メダリストである。
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  • Eileen Hiscock, née le 25 août 1909 et morte le 3 septembre 1958, est une ancienne athlète britannique qui évoluait sur le sprint. Avec ses compatriotes Violet Webb, Gwendoline Porter et Nellie Halstead, elle a remporté la médaille de bronze du relais 4 × 100 m aux Jeux olympiques de 1932. En 1936, à Berlin, elle remporta cette fois-ci l'argent en relais 4 × 100 m avec Violet Olney, Audrey Brown et Barbara Burke.
  • Eileen May Hiscock (ur. 25 sierpnia 1909 w Londynie, zm. 3 września 1958 w Londynie) – angielska lekkoatletka specjalizująca się w krótkich biegach sprinterskich, dwukrotna uczestniczka letnich igrzysk olimpijskich (Los Angeles 1932, Berlin 1936), dwukrotna medalistka olimpijska w biegach sztafetowych 4 x 100 metrów: srebrna (1936) oraz brązowa (1932).
  • Eileen May Hiscock (Londra, 25 agosto 1909 – Londra, 3 settembre 1958) è stata un'atleta britannica specializzata nella velocità e vincitrice, nella staffetta 4×100 metri, della medaglia di bronzo ai Giochi olimpici del 1932 e dell'argento ai Giochi olimpici del 1936 a Berlino.
  • Eileen May Hiscock (* 25. August 1909 in Blackheath; † 3. September 1958 in London) war eine britische Leichtathletin und Olympiateilnehmerin.
  • アイリーン・ヒスコック (Eileen May Hiscock、1909年8月25日 - 1958年9月3日)は、イギリスの陸上競技選手。1936年ベルリンオリンピックの銀メダリストである。
  • Eileen May Hiscock, later Wilson, (25 August 1909 – 3 September 1958) was an English track and field athlete who competed for Great Britain in the 1932 Summer Olympics and in the 1936 Summer Olympics. She was born in Blackheath, London.At the 1930 Women's World Games in Prague she was a member, along with Ethel Scott, Ivy Walker and Daisy Ridgeley, of the British 4×100 metre relay team which won the silver medal.
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