Dieter Bogatzki

Dieter Bogatzki (* 25. January 1942 in Konitz, circle Danzig, west Prussia; † 5. December 2000 in Hepstedt, circle red castle (Wümme)) was a German athlete, who - for the Federal Republic starting - was successful as 800-Meter-Läufer into the 1960er years. To 13. August 1966 it was involved in Wiesbaden at a world record of a 4x800-Meter-Staffel of the Federal Republic (7: 08.6 min.: Manfred children, walter Adam, Dieter Bogatzki, Franz Josef Kemper).

With the olympic plays it occupied 1964 in the 800-Meter-Lauf place 7 (1: 47.2 min.). 1965 he became German resounding master of the Federal Republic in the 800-Meter-Lauf (1: To that Sportverein USC

Mainz belonged to 50.2 min.) Dieter Bogatzki . In its match time it was 1.85 meters large and 69 kg heavy.


 

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