Kevin Patrick O'Flanagan (10 June 1919 in Dublin, Ireland – 26 May 2006 in Dublin, Ireland), also referred to as Dr. Kevin O'Flanagan, is a former Irish sportsman, physician and sports administrator. An outstanding all-rounder, he represented his country at both soccer and rugby union. He was also a noted sprinter and long jumper and as a youth played Gaelic football. In his spare time he also played golf and tennis at a decent level. O'Flanagan played soccer for among others, Bohemians and Arsenal, and as an international he played for both Ireland teams – the FAI XI and the IFA XI. O'Flanagan also played rugby union for UCD, London Irish and Ireland.

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  • Kevin Patrick O'Flanagan (10 June 1919 in Dublin, Ireland – 26 May 2006 in Dublin, Ireland), also referred to as Dr. Kevin O'Flanagan, is a former Irish sportsman, physician and sports administrator. An outstanding all-rounder, he represented his country at both soccer and rugby union. He was also a noted sprinter and long jumper and as a youth played Gaelic football. In his spare time he also played golf and tennis at a decent level. O'Flanagan played soccer for among others, Bohemians and Arsenal, and as an international he played for both Ireland teams – the FAI XI and the IFA XI. O'Flanagan also played rugby union for UCD, London Irish and Ireland. In 1946 he played rugby for Ireland against France and then played soccer for the IFA XI against Scotland seven days later. His brother, Mick O'Flanagan, was also a notable sportsman and also represented Ireland at both soccer and rugby union. On 30 September 1946 both brothers played together for the FAI XI against England. A third brother, Charlie O'Flanagan, also played for Bohs. O'Flanagan subsequently became an Olympic official and served on the International Olympic Committee from 1976 to 1994. On his retirement he was made an honorary lifetime member of IOC. He died in a Dublin hospital in 2006, at the age of 86, after being admitted for heart problems. (en)
  • Kevin O’Flanagan (ur. 10 czerwca 1919 w Dublinie, zm. 26 maja 2006 tamże) – irlandzki sportowiec, specjalista medycyny sportowej, działacz sportowy, członek Międzynarodowego Komitetu Olimpijskiego. Studiował m.in. na uniwersytecie w Dublinie. Kierował narodowym instytutem rehabilitacji oraz obradami międzynarodowego kongresu rehabilitacji w Dublinie w 1969. Był członkiem brytyjskiej komisji medycznej w czasie olimpiady w Londynie w 1948, a w latach 1960-1976 lekarzem kadry olimpijskiej. Pełnił funkcję wiceprezydenta Komitetu Olimpijskiego Irlandii. Ogłosił szereg publikacji dotyczących kontuzji sportowych. W 1976 został wybrany na członka Międzynarodowego Komitetu Olimpijskiego, brał udział w pracach Komisji Medycznej MKOl (1980-1994) oraz Komisji ds. Programu Letnich Igrzysk Olimpijskich (1993-1994). W 1995 otrzymał godność członka honorowego MKOl. W młodości uprawiał kilka dyscyplin sportowych, największe sukcesy odnosząc w lekkoatletyce (mistrz Irlandii w skoku w dal oraz w biegach na 60 i 100 jardów), piłce nożnej i rugby union. (pl)
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  • Kevin Patrick O'Flanagan (10 June 1919 in Dublin, Ireland – 26 May 2006 in Dublin, Ireland), also referred to as Dr. Kevin O'Flanagan, is a former Irish sportsman, physician and sports administrator. An outstanding all-rounder, he represented his country at both soccer and rugby union. He was also a noted sprinter and long jumper and as a youth played Gaelic football. In his spare time he also played golf and tennis at a decent level. O'Flanagan played soccer for among others, Bohemians and Arsenal, and as an international he played for both Ireland teams – the FAI XI and the IFA XI. O'Flanagan also played rugby union for UCD, London Irish and Ireland. (en)
  • Kevin O’Flanagan (ur. 10 czerwca 1919 w Dublinie, zm. 26 maja 2006 tamże) – irlandzki sportowiec, specjalista medycyny sportowej, działacz sportowy, członek Międzynarodowego Komitetu Olimpijskiego. Studiował m.in. na uniwersytecie w Dublinie. Kierował narodowym instytutem rehabilitacji oraz obradami międzynarodowego kongresu rehabilitacji w Dublinie w 1969. Był członkiem brytyjskiej komisji medycznej w czasie olimpiady w Londynie w 1948, a w latach 1960-1976 lekarzem kadry olimpijskiej. Pełnił funkcję wiceprezydenta Komitetu Olimpijskiego Irlandii. Ogłosił szereg publikacji dotyczących kontuzji sportowych. (pl)
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