Roman Steinberg

Roman Steinberg ( born April 5, 1900 in Tallinn, † April 16, 1928 ) was an Estonian wrestler.

Sports Performance

1920 Steinberg began his career as a wrestler. From 1921 to 1923 he was with his trainer Robert Oksa three Estonian wrestling champion (1921 in the middleweight division, 1922 and 1923 in the light heavyweight ). Steinberg won at the Olympic Games in Paris in 1924 the bronze medal in the middleweight ( 75 kg ) in Greco -Roman style behind the two Finns Edvard Vester Lund and Arthur Lindfors.

Steinberg died at the age of only 28 years in Tallinn from tuberculosis.