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Anna Pazera

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  1. a retired Australian athlete who was specialised in the javelin throw

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  2. born 25 November 1936 in Krzanowice, Racibórz, Śląskie

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  3. born as Anna Wojtaszek and competed for Poland at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne

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  4. After the Games, she emigrated to South Australia, becoming Anna Pazera through marriage

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  5. Pazera represented Australia at the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff and threw a world record of 57.40 metres to win gold, breaking Dana Zátopková's recent mark by a metre and a half

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  6. Her best Olympic performance was in 1960, when she placed sixth in the final of the Rome Games

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