|born on||3 April 1911 at 23:00 (= 11:00 PM )|
|Place||Wierzchownia, Poland, 53n09, 19e39|
|Timezone||LST m21e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||13°01' 11°55 Asc. 28°18'|
Polish track and field athlete, who became a women's Olympic champion in the 100 metres. It was later learned that Walasiewicz had male genitalia and was intersex.
Walsh was killed during an armed robbery in Cleveland, Ohio, on 4 December 1980. An autopsy showed that she possessed male genitalia, although some sources suggest she also displayed some female characteristics. Detailed investigation has also revealed that she had both 45X0 and 46XY chromosomes.
The controversy of her biological sex remains unresolved, and the situation is further complicated by the fact that many earlier documents, including her birth record, state that she was female. There was also some controversy as to whether all her records and achievements should be erased.
PTA quotes her baptismal certificate in magazynbieganie.pl. 
"On the twenty-seventh of March (the ninth of April) thousand nine hundred and eleventh year in Świedziebnia at noon arrived Julian Walasiewicz - worker from Wierzchownia, aged twenty-two, in the presence of Roman Sumerackiego, fifty years and Bronislaw Kalisz, thirty years - both peasants coming from Wierzchownia, brought with them the infant female declaring that the infant is born in Wierzchownia, twenty-first day of March (the third of April) thousand nine hundred and eleventh year at eleven o'clock at night, with his legitimate wife Veronica of Uścińskich, twenty years. Today this my baby in Baptism, celebrated by the local vicar Father Stanislaw Krzywkowskiego was named STEFANIA ".
reported by Mirosław Czylek
- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Other body problems
- Vocation : Sports : Track and Field
- Notable : Awards : Olympics