Josef Bím: Czechoslovak soldier and skier (1901 - 1934) | Biography
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Josef Bím
Czechoslovak soldier and skier

Josef Bím

Josef Bím
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Intro Czechoslovak soldier and skier
Was Skier Mountaineer Athlete Biathlete Ski jumper Nordic combined skier Ski mountaineer
From Czech Republic
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 24 January 1901, Vysoké nad Jizerou
Death 5 September 1934 (aged 33 years)
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Josef Bím (24 January 1901 – 5 September 1934) was a Czechoslovak soldier and skier.
Bím was born in Vysoké nad Jizerou. He was a member of the national Olympic military patrol team in 1924 which placed fourth. Furthermore he finished 13th at the Nordic combined event and 26th at the ski jumping competition.
He also took part at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1925 and 1926, where he finished 5th at the Nordic combined event in 1925 and 23rd in 1926. At ski jumping he failed in 1926.
In 1928 he placed 20th at the ski jumping event of the Winter Olympics.

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