Klaus Lehnertz ( born April 13, 1938 in Solingen, 1.83 m, 75 kg) is a former German athlete who won the bronze medal in the pole vault at the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964 (5.00 m). He started at these Olympic Games for the Federal Republic within a common German team. Lehnertz launched for the LC and Solinger 1964 for KSV Hessen Kassel.
Results in further Athletics years highlights:
- European Athletics Championships 1962: 13th place (4.30 m)
- European Athletics Championships 1966: No. 9 (4.70 m)
- Olympic Games 1968: In the qualification excreted (4.85 m; does not satisfy 4.90 m )
1959, 1960 and 1964 Lehnertz was German indoor champion, outdoors he won the title from 1959 to 1961, and from 1966 until 1968. 1967 Rudolf Harbig Memorial Award was awarded to him.
After his athletic career was devoted to physical education teachers trained in scientific careers. From 1973 he was teaching acting at the University of Kassel, 1985 he was habilitated. Until 2003, he taught movement and training doctrine, in later years the theory of motion in golf was a focus of his publications.