Hanna Miluska (born 29 May 1984 in Binningen) is a retired Swiss pool and open water swimmer trained by her long-time coach Axel Mitbauer. She is the daughter of former rower Ivan Miluška, who played for Czechoslovakia in the men's pairs at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
Open Water Swimming Highlights
- She is a two-time medalist in the 5 km open water at the FINA Open Water Swimming World Championships and European Championships. *She is a member of Beider Basel Swimming Club (German: Schwimmverein Beider Basel).
- She made her international debut in 2002 as an open water swimmer.
- She won a silver medal in the 5 km race at the European Championships in Berlin in 1:00:27.
- She won a bronze medal in the 5 km race at the 2002 FINA Open Water Swimming World Championships in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt in 58:13.
- She won the 2001 and 2002 LEN Open Water Cup series.
2004 Athens Olympic Games
- Miluska qualified for two swimming events at the 2004 Athens Olympics in Athens, by clearing a FINA B-standard entry time of 2:02.65 (200m freestyle) from the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. In the 200m freestyle, Miluska challenged seven other swimmers on the third heat, including three-time Olympian Olena Lapunova of Ukraine. She edged out Argentina's Florencia Szigeti to take a second spot and twenty-fourth overall by 0.01 of a second in 2:03.28.
- Miluska teamed up with Chantal Strasser, Flavia Rigamonti, and Nicole Zahnd in the 4×200m freestyle relay. Swimming the second leg, she recorded a split of 57.60, and the Swiss team finished the heats in twelfth overall with a final time of 2:02.75.