Dieter Lindner

Dieter Lindner (* 18. January 1937 in Nebra (Unstrut), Saxonia-Anhalt) is a German athlete, that with the olympic plays 1964 in Tokyo the silver medal in the 20-km-gone won (1: 31: 14 hours). It started in the common German crew for the GDR. A further high point of its career was the victory with the European championship 1966 (1: 29: 25,0 hours).

Dieter Lindner started for the sports club progress white rock (coach: Gerd shrub village), later for the sports club chemistry resounds (coaches: Paul Ilisch). In its match time it was 1.74 meters large and weighed 66 kg.

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