Czechoslovakia at the 1964 Summer Olympics
|Czechoslovakia at the|
1964 Summer Olympics
|NOC||Czechoslovak Olympic Committee|
|Competitors||104 (95 men, 9 women) in 13 sports|
|Flag bearer||Karel Klečka (gymnastics)|
|Summer Olympics appearances (overview)|
|Other related appearances|
| Bohemia (1900–1912)|
Czech Republic (1994–)
Czechoslovakia competed at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. 104 competitors, 95 men and 9 women, took part in 64 events in 13 sports. The most successful competitor was Věra Čáslavská (one of only 9 women in crew) with 4 gold medals - 3 individual, 1 team. Other big surprises were gold medal performances of the cyclist Jiří Daler and weightlifter Hans Zdražila, who broke a world record during his performance. Medal hopes of world record holder athlete Ludvík Daněk were fulfilled with little disappointment, in the form of a silver medal.
Nine cyclists represented Czechoslovakia in 1964.
Four shooters represented Czechoslovakia in 1964. Lubomír Nácovský won a bronze medal in the 25 m pistol event.
Men's Team Competition
- Round Robin
- Team Roster
- Head Coach: Václav Matiášek
- "Czechoslovakia at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-19.