Its first training received Lenhart in Vienna, but soon it pulled it into the distance; among other things to Munich and into Switzerland, where it started for different associations. it went to 1903 to Philadelphia, where it worked in a engine works.
By the there “German turn municipality” it became 1904 the olympic plays after pc. Louis sent. There it won 2 gold and 1 silver medal. Although it returned briefly to it to Austria, its successes in the homeland were not considered; the medals were led in the statistics long time for the USA. Only after its death 1962 Lenhart was accordingly appreciated also in Austria and the statistics was adapted.
1908 he withdrew from the active achievement sport and worked themselves in its occupation as a mechanical engineer.
1900: Gustave sand-race | 1904: Julius Lenhart | 1908: G. Alberto Braglia | 1912: G. Alberto Braglia | 1920: Giorgio Zampori | 1924: Leon Štukelj | 1928: Georges Miez | 1932: Romeo Neri | 1936: Alfred black man | 1948: Veikko Huhtanen | 1952: Wiktor Tschukarin | 1956: Wiktor Tschukarin | 1960: Boris Schachlin | 1964: Yukio Endo | 1968: Sawao Kato | 1972: Sawao Kato | 1976: Nikolai Andrianow | 1980: Alexander Ditjatin | 1984: Koji Gushiken | 1988: Vladimir Artjomow | 1992: Witali Scherbo | 1996: Left Xiaoshuang | 2000: Alexei Nemow | 2004: Paul Hamm
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of Austrian Turner|
|DATE OF BIRTH||27. November 1875|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|
|DYING DATE||10. November 1962|