Full name: Alexander "Alex" Abraham (Steglitz)
Height: 6'1" (186 cm)
Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
Born: October 17, 1886 in Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Died: February 1971 in Ost Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Affiliations: Sportclub Comet Berlin/TC in Berlin/Berliner Sportclub
Alexander Abraham never won a German Championship but was a versatile track and field athlete, who retired from competition in mid-1912 due to an injury, and then became a sports teacher and lecturer at the Deutsche Sportbund für Athletik (DSBfA). In his job he prepared German athletes for the 1916 Olympic Games, which did not take place due to World War I. He also wrote two textbooks Sportliche Gymnastik (Sporting Gymnastics) and Weg zur sportlichen Höchstleistung (Ways to Sports Records).
Personal Best: Dec – 6217.765* (1911).
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Men's Decathlon||Germany||GER||AC||DNF|
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Germany||Final Standings||AC||DNF|
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Germany||100 metres||16T||12.0||714.4||605|
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Germany||100 metres||Heat Eight||1||12.0||714.4||605|
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Germany||Long jump||28||519.80||485||5.52|
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Germany||Shot put||7||649||563||11.29|
|1912 Summer||25||Stockholm||Athletics||Germany||High jump||23||440||389||1.50|