Hugo Dietsche

Hugo Dietsche ( born March 31, 1963), from Kriessern in the canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland, is a former wrestler, youth world champion and Olympic bronze medal winner of a Greco-Roman stalk.


Hugo Dietsche began at the age of nine with the rings in Kriessern, coached by Sepp Gisler, who was then the head coach of the Ringer Season Kriessern. The Ringer Season Kriessern belongs to the fixed sizes in Ringer Sport in Switzerland. With 18 years was Hugo Dietsche Youth World Champion in Colorado Springs. He won the bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Greco-Roman wrestling ( GR). He participated in two more Olympic play part as the representative for Switzerland. At the Summer Olympics in 1988 and at the 1992 Summer Olympics he reached each of the 8 final ranking. In European Championships he won each one silver and one bronze medal. He is also a multiple Swiss champion in the individual competition and with the team. For four years he fought for the sports club in Bad Reichenhall in Germany. In addition to his sports career, he went part-time in paid work. His career as a wrestler took more than 20 years. In December 1999, he ended his career as an active wrestler with the predicate: the most successful wrestlers in Switzerland over the past 50 years. He began a career as a coach at the Ringer Season Kriessern, where he is under its head coach.