Halina Konopacka, mariée Matuszewska puis Szczerbińska, née le 11 novembre 1900 à Rawa Mazowiecka et décédée le 29 janvier 1989 à Daytona Beach, était une athlète polonaise et championne olympique.

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  • Halina Konopacka, mariée Matuszewska puis Szczerbińska, née le 11 novembre 1900 à Rawa Mazowiecka et décédée le 29 janvier 1989 à Daytona Beach, était une athlète polonaise et championne olympique.
  • Halina Konopacka (1900. november 11. – 1989. január 28.) olimpiai bajnok lengyel atléta, diszkoszvető, hazája első olimpiai bajnoka.
  • Halina Konopacka verh. Matuszewska, verh. Szczerbińska (* 11. November 1900 in Rawa Mazowiecka; † 29. Januar 1989 in Daytona Beach, Florida) war eine polnische Leichtathletin.Bei den Frauen-Weltspielen in Göteborg 1926 und den Olympischen Spielen 1928 in Amsterdam gewann sie die Goldmedaille im Diskuswurf. Die 1,80 m große Polin war damit die erste Olympiasiegerin der Geschichte in dieser Disziplin und in der Sportgeschichte ihres Heimatlandes.Ihr Siegesweite am 31. Juli 1928 mit 39,62 Meter war gleichzeitig ein neuer Weltrekord, der erst 1932 von ihrer Landsfrau Jadwiga Wajs mit 40,34 Meter übertroffen wurde. Außerdem wurde sie zur schönsten Frau der Olympischen Spiele in Amsterdam gekürt.
  • Halina Konopacka (Rawa Mazowiecka, 11 novembre 1900 – Daytona Beach, 28 gennaio 1989) è stata un'atleta polacca che vinse l'oro alle Olimpiadi di Amsterdam 1928 nel lancio del disco, primo alloro nella storia olimpica del suo Paese.Ha stabilito tre volte il record del mondo, che ha detenuto fra il maggio e l'agosto 1926 e fra il maggio 1927 e l'agosto 1932.È stata eletta due volte sportivo polacco dell'anno, nel 1927 e nel 1928.
  • Halina Konopacka (Rawa Mazowiecka, 11 de novembro de 1900 - Daytona Beach, 28 de janeiro de 1989) foi uma atleta especializada no lançamento de disco e a primeira campeã olímpica da Polônia.Halina começou a vida de esportista na adolescência praticando esqui e foi para o atletismo incentivada por um treinador. Um ano depois, venceu o campeonato polonês de atletismo no lançamento de disco e no arremesso de peso. Atleta multitalentosa e versátil, participou de competições de saltos em altura e distância, arremesso de dardo e corrida, jogou handebol e praticou equitação, sendo 27 vezes campeã polonsa em diversas modalidades do atletismo.Nos Jogos Olímpicos de Amsterdã, em 1928, ganhou a medalha de ouro no lançamento de disco e quebrou o recorde mundial da prova, estabelecendo a marca de 39,62m e tornando-se a primeira campeã olímpica polonesa. Halina retirou-se do atletismo em 1931 sem sofrer nenhuma derrota no disco e dedicou-se a escrever, principalmente poemas. Com a eclosão da Segunda Guerra Mundial, ela acompanhou o marido, Ministro do Tesouro da Segunda República da Polônia, a Paris e após o término do conflito mudou-se com ele para os Estados Unidos, onde morreu aos 88 anos em Daytona Beach, na Flórida.== Referências ==
  • ハリナ・コノパッカ (ポーランド語: Halina Konopacka、ポーランド語の読みはハリナ・コノパツカ、1900年2月26日 - 1989年1月28日)は、ポーランドの陸上競技選手。1928年アムステルダムオリンピック女子円盤投で自己の持つ世界記録を更新する投擲で金メダルを獲得した。彼女の金メダルは女子陸上競技においてはじめての金メダルであるとともに、ポーランドにとってもはじめての金メダルとなった。
  • Halina Konopacka (ur. 26 lutego 1900 w Rawie Mazowieckiej, zm. 28 stycznia 1989 w Daytona Beach) – polska lekkoatletka, pierwsza polska złota medalistka olimpijska.
  • Halina Konopacka, getrouwd met Matuszewska, getrouwd met Szczerbińska (Rawa Mazowiecka, 11 november 1900 - Daytona Beach, 29 januari 1989) was een Poolse discuswerpster en kogelstootster. Ze werd op het onderdeel discuswerpen olympisch kampioene en verbrak meerdere malen het wereldrecord.
  • Halina Konopacka (born 26 February 1900 in Rawa Mazowiecka — died 28 January 1989 in Daytona Beach, United States) was a published Polish poet, and a famous athlete — the first Polish Olympic Champion (1928, Amsterdam). She took part in the Olympic Games in Amsterdam, where she won a gold medal in discus throw, breaking her own world record. This was the first women's gold-winning track and field event in the Olympics. While her pictures are relatively rare, a particularly beautiful shot of her from the IX Olympiad was published in the Tygodnik Illustrowany in August 1928.She became a writer after retiring from athletics, and she lived in the United States after World War II.As a poet Konopacka debuted with the collection Któregoś dnia ("Some Day"; 1929). She published also in the literary magazine of the Skamander group and in the Wiadomości Literackie, the premier literary periodical of the interbellum Poland, earning recognition and respect of such figures of Polish literature as Mieczysław Grydzewski, Kazimierz Wierzyński, and Antoni Słonimski. While lacking the innovativeness of a Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska, for example, Konopacka's poetry was nevertheless significant, according to Professor Anna Nasiłowska (b. 1958), for its feminist approach in analyzing the relationship between the man and the woman, and for its reminiscences of youth and its treatment of the theme of jealousy.
  • Халина Конопацкая (польск. Halina Konopacka; 26 февраля 1900, Рава-Мазовецкая — 28 января 1989, Дейтона-Бич) — польская легкоатлетка, чемпионка Игр IX Олимпиады в метании диска, первая олимпийская чемпионка в истории польского спорта.
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  • Halina Konopacka, mariée Matuszewska puis Szczerbińska, née le 11 novembre 1900 à Rawa Mazowiecka et décédée le 29 janvier 1989 à Daytona Beach, était une athlète polonaise et championne olympique.
  • Halina Konopacka (1900. november 11. – 1989. január 28.) olimpiai bajnok lengyel atléta, diszkoszvető, hazája első olimpiai bajnoka.
  • Halina Konopacka (Rawa Mazowiecka, 11 novembre 1900 – Daytona Beach, 28 gennaio 1989) è stata un'atleta polacca che vinse l'oro alle Olimpiadi di Amsterdam 1928 nel lancio del disco, primo alloro nella storia olimpica del suo Paese.Ha stabilito tre volte il record del mondo, che ha detenuto fra il maggio e l'agosto 1926 e fra il maggio 1927 e l'agosto 1932.È stata eletta due volte sportivo polacco dell'anno, nel 1927 e nel 1928.
  • ハリナ・コノパッカ (ポーランド語: Halina Konopacka、ポーランド語の読みはハリナ・コノパツカ、1900年2月26日 - 1989年1月28日)は、ポーランドの陸上競技選手。1928年アムステルダムオリンピック女子円盤投で自己の持つ世界記録を更新する投擲で金メダルを獲得した。彼女の金メダルは女子陸上競技においてはじめての金メダルであるとともに、ポーランドにとってもはじめての金メダルとなった。
  • Halina Konopacka (ur. 26 lutego 1900 w Rawie Mazowieckiej, zm. 28 stycznia 1989 w Daytona Beach) – polska lekkoatletka, pierwsza polska złota medalistka olimpijska.
  • Halina Konopacka, getrouwd met Matuszewska, getrouwd met Szczerbińska (Rawa Mazowiecka, 11 november 1900 - Daytona Beach, 29 januari 1989) was een Poolse discuswerpster en kogelstootster. Ze werd op het onderdeel discuswerpen olympisch kampioene en verbrak meerdere malen het wereldrecord.
  • Халина Конопацкая (польск. Halina Konopacka; 26 февраля 1900, Рава-Мазовецкая — 28 января 1989, Дейтона-Бич) — польская легкоатлетка, чемпионка Игр IX Олимпиады в метании диска, первая олимпийская чемпионка в истории польского спорта.
  • Halina Konopacka (Rawa Mazowiecka, 11 de novembro de 1900 - Daytona Beach, 28 de janeiro de 1989) foi uma atleta especializada no lançamento de disco e a primeira campeã olímpica da Polônia.Halina começou a vida de esportista na adolescência praticando esqui e foi para o atletismo incentivada por um treinador. Um ano depois, venceu o campeonato polonês de atletismo no lançamento de disco e no arremesso de peso.
  • Halina Konopacka (born 26 February 1900 in Rawa Mazowiecka — died 28 January 1989 in Daytona Beach, United States) was a published Polish poet, and a famous athlete — the first Polish Olympic Champion (1928, Amsterdam). She took part in the Olympic Games in Amsterdam, where she won a gold medal in discus throw, breaking her own world record. This was the first women's gold-winning track and field event in the Olympics.
  • Halina Konopacka verh. Matuszewska, verh. Szczerbińska (* 11. November 1900 in Rawa Mazowiecka; † 29. Januar 1989 in Daytona Beach, Florida) war eine polnische Leichtathletin.Bei den Frauen-Weltspielen in Göteborg 1926 und den Olympischen Spielen 1928 in Amsterdam gewann sie die Goldmedaille im Diskuswurf. Die 1,80 m große Polin war damit die erste Olympiasiegerin der Geschichte in dieser Disziplin und in der Sportgeschichte ihres Heimatlandes.Ihr Siegesweite am 31.
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