Bodo TÜMMLER

République Fédérale d'Allemagne FRG

  • Médailles
    1 B
  • Participations
    2
  • Première participation
    Mexico 1968
  • Année de naissance
    1943
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Biographie

Bodo TÜMMLER

Middle-distance runner Bodo Tümmler won the bronze medal at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics in the 1,500, but failed to reach the final four years later at his home Olympics in München. In 1968, Tümmler and his countryman Harald Norpoth were in second and third place entering the final lap but were outsprinted by world-record holder Jim Ryun. Tümmler also took bronze in the 800 and gold in the 1,500 at the 1966 Europeans. In 1965 Tümmler won the European Cup in the 1,500 and placed second in 1967. All-in-all he earned 12 outdoors and one indoor West German title. Among these were the 1,500 championships from 1966-69 and 1971-72. In 1967 he was awarded the Silver Bay Leaf. By profession Tümmler was a sports and biology teacher.

Personal Best: 1500 – 3:36.5 (1968).

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Munich 1972

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1,500 metres
1,500 metres Athletics
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Mexico 1968

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1,500 metres
1,500 metres Athletics