Czechoslovakia At The 1980 Summer Olympics - Swimming


Men's 200m Freestyle

  • Petr Adamec
  • Radek Havel
  • Final — 1:55.07 (→ did not advance)

Men's 400m Freestyle

  • Daniel Machek
  • Final — 3:55.66 (→ 5th place)

Men's 100m Backstroke

  • Miloslav Rolko
  • Final — 57.74 (→ 4th place)

Men's 400m Individual Medley

  • Miloslav Rolko
  • Final — 4:26.99 (→ 6th place)
  • Daniel Machek
  • Final — 4:29.86 (→ 8th place)

Women's 100m Breaststroke

  • Irena Fleissnerová
  • Heats — 1:13.35 (→ did not advance)

Women's 200m Breaststroke

  • Irena Fleissnerová
  • Final — 2:33.23 (→ 5th place)

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