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|Full name||Zbigniew Czesław Wóycicki|
June 1, 1902|
Zakopane, Tsardom of Poland
|Died||April 2, 1928
Zbigniew Czesław Wóycicki (June 1, 1902 – April 2, 1928) was a Polish military officer and skier.
Wóycicki was born in Zakopane. He was the leader of the national Olympic military patrol team at the 1924 and 1928 Winter Olympics. In 1924, when the Polish team was one of two which withdrew owing to bad weather conditions, he was the youngest participant. In 1928 he had the rank of a Porucznik, and finished with his team seventh. He died in his hometown in the same year.
- Zbigniew Wóycicki bei Sports Reference
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