|Women's cross country skiing|
|1984 Sarajevo||4 x 5 km|
|1980 Lake Placid||5 km|
|1984 Sarajevo||5 km|
|1982 Oslo||10 km|
Květoslava Jeriová-Pecková (Czech pronunciation: [ˈkvjɛtoslava ˈjɛrɪjovaː ˈpɛtskovaː]) (born Květoslava Jeriová, October 10, 1956 in Studenec, Czechoslovakia, alternatively also Květa Jeriová-Pecková) is a former Czechoslovakian cross country skier who competed from 1980 to 1984. She won three medals at the Winter Olympics with a silver at the 4 x 5 km (1984) and two bronzes in the 5 km (1980, 1984). Jeriová was the most successful Czech woman cross country skier until Kateřina Neumannová came along in the 1990s.
She also won a bronze medal in the 10 km at the 1982 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships and won a total of eight World cup events during her short career.
Jeriová also won the 5 km event at the Holmenkollen ski festival in 1981.
- 1980: Olympics in Lake Placid, 3. at 5 km
- 1981: 3. at Cross-country skiing World Cup
- 1982: 3. at Cross-country skiing World Cup
- 1982: World Championships, Oslo, 3. at 10 km
- 1983: 3. at Cross-country skiing World Cup
- 1984: 4. at Cross-country skiing World Cup
- 1984: Olympics in Sarajevo, 2. at 4 x 5 km relay, 3. at 5 km
- 1984: 1. at Nejlepší sportovec ČSSR
- Chat s osobností (Czech)
- Kveta Jeriova at the International Ski Federation
- Holmenkollen winners since 1892 - click Vinnere for downloadable pdf file (Norwegian)
- Jeriová's bio on Infocentrum českých sportovců (Czech)