Ahmet Bilek (1932, Kula in Manisa, Turkey – 1971, Germany), was a Turkish Olympic champion sports wrestler in the flyweight class (52 kg) and a trainer. He won the gold medal in men's freestyle wrestling at the 1960 Olympics.
|Men's Freestyle Wrestling|
|1953 Naples, Italy||Flyweight|
|1959 Tehran, Iran||Flyweight|
|1960 Burgas, Bulgaria||Flyweight|
|1955 Barcelona, Spain||Flyweight|
He was born in 1932 in the western Turkish town of Kula in Manisa Province.
After his successful participation at the Olympics in Rome, Ahmet Bilek emigrated to Germany following his teammates Mithat Bayrak and Müzahir Sille. He continued his sports career in the wrestling club KSV Köllerbach in Püttlingen, a small town near Saarbrücken and became German champion in 1966 and 1968.
He was married to Ayten and had a son Ali and a daughter Sevil.
- 1953 World Wrestling Championships in Naples, Italy - silver (Greco-Roman Flyweight)
- 1955 Mediterranean Games in Barcelona, Spain - gold (Greco-Roman Flyweight)
- 1959 World Wrestling Championships in Tehran, Iran - silver (Freestyle Flyweight)
- 1960 Balkan Wrestling Championships in Burgas, Bulgaria - silver (Freestyle Flyweight)
- 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy - gold (Freestyle Flyweight)
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