Wiesława Noskiewicz

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameWiesława•Noskiewicz (-Karczmarczyk)
Used nameWiesława•Noskiewicz
Born13 July 1911 in Warszawa (Warsaw), Mazowieckie (POL)
Died10 October 1991 in Warszawa (Warsaw), Mazowieckie (POL)
Measurements150 cm / 43 kg
AffiliationsAZS Warszawa, Warszawa (POL)
NOC Poland


Wiesława Noskiewicz was a Polish gymnast who represented AZS Warszawa. After graduating from the local female gymnasium, Noskiewicz made her début in the all-round event in 1929. After completing two years of studies Noskiewicz began working as a physical education teacher in a private gym and high school in Warszawa. Noskiewicz ranked amongst the top gymnasts in Poland in the 1930s. At the 1935 national championships Noskiewicz finished in third place in the all-round event. This earned her a place on the national team that competed in the team all-round event at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The Polish team would go on to finish in sixth place.

After the Olympics Noskiewicz competed at the 1938 World Championships in Praha. Noskiewicz finished in 19th place in the individual competition and won a bronze medal in the team event. Noskiewicz also became the national champion in free exercises in 1936. During the occupation of Poland in World War II Noskiewicz joined the Home Army and took part in the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. After the war was over she worked as a PE teacher from 1945 to 1948. Noskiewicz then worked at the Academy of Physical Education in Warszawa where she became an assistant professor at the Department of Theory and Methodology of Gymnastics until 1954.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1936 Summer Olympics Artistic Gymnastics (Gymnastics) POL Wiesława Noskiewicz
Team All-Around, Women (Olympic) Poland 6