Tadeusz Góra (January 19, 1918 – January 4, 2010) was a Polish glider and military pilot. Born in Kraków, Austria-Hungary he was the first winner of the Lilienthal Gliding Medal in the world for his record-breaking 577.8-kilometer flight on May 18, 1938, glider PWS-101 from Bezmiechowa to Soleczniki (near Vilnius).
During World War II he joined the Polish Air Force (part of Royal Air Force) as a pilot. He fought in Polish Fighter Squadrons: 306, 315, 316. He made 800 flights, only in P-51 Mustangs. He died in Świdnik on January 4, 2010.