Hermann Engelhard

Hermann Engelhard ( born June 21, 1903 in Darmstadt, † January 6, 1984 ) was a German athlete who won two medals at the Summer Olympic Games in 1928 in Amsterdam: The silver medal in the 4 x 400 - meter relay ( with Otto Neumann, Werner Storz and Richard cancer) and the bronze medal in the 800 m race ( 1:53,1 min).

From 1925 to 1932 he was with ten countries fighting at the start. His sports career ended prematurely due to an accident during boxing lessons at the sports university. Hermann Engelhard later worked as a certified gymnastics and sports teacher at the Justus-Liebig -Schule in Darmstadt.

Hermann Engelhard's wife Ruth ( née Becker, 1909-1975 ) was the winner in 1934 at the Women's World Games in the 80 - meter hurdles.

He launched until 1927 for SV Darmstadt 98, then for the SC Teutonia Berlin 99. In his playing days, he was 1.76 m tall and weighed 65 kg.