Jan Brzák-Felix (6 April 1912 – 15 July 1988) was a Czechoslovak slalom and sprint canoeist who competed from the mid-1930s to the early 1950s. Competing in three Summer Olympics, he won three medals in the C-2 1000 m event with two golds (1936, 1948) and one silver (1952).
Brzák-Felix also won four medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with three golds (C-2 1000 m: 1950, C-2 10000 m: 1938, 1950) and one silver (C-2 1000 m: 1938).
He also competed at the 1949 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Geneva, earning two silver medals (C-1 team, C-2 team) and two bronze medals (C-1, C-2).
In 1955, Brzák-Felix teamed up with 1936 C-1 1000 m silver medalist Bohuslav Karlík to paddle the 118 miles (189.9 km) of the Vltava from České Budějovice to Prague in 20 hours.
- 1936: Czechoslovakia (Vladimír Syrovátka, Jan Brzák-Felix)
- 1948: Czechoslovakia (Jan Brzák-Felix, Bohumil Kudrna)
- 1952: Denmark (Bent Peder Rasch, Finn Haunstoft)
- 1956: Romania (Alexe Dumitru, Simion Ismailciuc)
- 1960: Soviet Union (Leonid Geishtor, Sergei Makarenko)
- 1964: Soviet Union (Andrei Khimich, Stepan Oshchepkov)
- 1968: Romania (Ivan Patzaichin, Serghei Covaliov)
- 1972: Soviet Union (Vladas Česiūnas, Yuri Lobanov)
- 1976: Soviet Union (Serhei Petrenko, Aleksandr Vinogradov)
- 1980 – 1984: Romania (Ivan Patzaichin, Toma Simionov)
- 1988: Soviet Union (Viktor Reneysky, Nicolae Juravschi)
- 1992: Germany (Ulrich Papke, Ingo Spelly)
- 1996: Germany (Gunar Kirchbach, Andreas Dittmer)
- 2000: Romania (Mitică Pricop, Florin Popescu)
- 2004: Germany (Christian Gille, Tomasz Wylenzek)
- 2008: Belarus (Andrei Bahdanovich, Aliaksandr Bahdanovich)
- 2012: Germany (Peter Kretschmer, Kurt Kuschela)