|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Eileen May•Hiscock (-Wilson)|
|Born||25 August 1909 in Blackheath, Greater London, England (GBR)|
|Died||3 September 1958 in Hackney, Greater London, England (GBR)|
|Measurements||167 cm / 63 kg|
|Affiliations||London Olympiades, London (GBR)|
Eileen Hiscock won a bronze medal at Los Angeles in 1932 and a silver medal in Berlin in 1936, both in the 4×100 relay. A shop assistant at the time of the 1932 Games, she was captain of the British women’s team. In 1930 she was also a member of the second placed relay team at the Women’s World Games. At the 1934 World Games at the White City she won individual bronze medals over both sprint distances. She also had the honour of taking the Oath of Allegiance on behalf of the athletes. In the same year she took three gold medals (100 y, 220 y, 3×110/220 y) and one silver medal (4×110/220 y) at the British Empire Games in London. At home Hiscock managed sprint doubles at the 1933 and 1935 WAAA Championships and was the 100 yards/metres champion in 1930 and 1934 and the 60 metres indoor champion in 1936. She married John Wilson shortly after the Berlin Olympics. After the 1932 Olympics she became a Civil Servant working in the Foreign Office and won many Civil Service Sports title.
Personal Best: 100 – 11.9 (1935).
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1932 Summer Olympics||Athletics||GBR||Eileen Hiscock|
|100 metres, Women (Olympic)||5|
|4 × 100 metres Relay, Women (Olympic)||Great Britain||3||Bronze|
|1936 Summer Olympics||Athletics||GBR||Eileen Hiscock|
|100 metres, Women (Olympic)||4 h1 r2/3|
|4 × 100 metres Relay, Women (Olympic)||Great Britain||2||Silver|