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Peter Adeberg

Full name: Peter Adeberg
Gender: Male
Height: 6-0.5 (185 cm)
Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
Born: May 23, 1968 in Merseburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Affiliations: Berliner TSC, Berlin (GER)
Country: GDR East Germany, GER Germany
Sport: Speed Skating

Related Olympians: Brother of Ulrike Adeberg; Brother-in-law of Michael Spielmann.

Biography

Peter Adeberg was an international skater just below the top level in the 1,000 m and 1,500 m. As East German Junior Champion, he took part in the World Junior Championships in 1985, finishing fifth. Two years later, he competed at senior tournaments for the first time. Altogether, he took part in eight European Championships (best performance\: 7th in 1991), six World Championships (9th in 1991), one World Sprint Championship (9th in 1991), three World Single Distance Championships (5th and 6th in 1996) and four Olympic Games. His best Olympic result was fifth place in the 1992 1,000 metres, while he finished sixth in the 1994 1,500 metres. Peter Adeberg became National Allround Champion twice (1989 in the DDR, 1992 in unified Germany) and won 9 World Cup races (all over 1,500 m). His sister, Ulrike, was also a speed skater.

Personal Bests\\: 500 – 36.92 (1998); 1000 – 1:11.90 (1998); 1500 – 1:48.81 (1998); 5000 – 6:51.35 (1998); 10000 – 14:47.67 (1998).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1988 Winter 19 Calgary Speed Skating Men's 500 metres East Germany GDR 28
1988 Winter 19 Calgary Speed Skating Men's 1,000 metres East Germany GDR 8
1988 Winter 19 Calgary Speed Skating Men's 1,500 metres East Germany GDR 8
1992 Winter 23 Albertville Speed Skating Men's 500 metres Germany GER 23
1992 Winter 23 Albertville Speed Skating Men's 1,000 metres Germany GER 5
1992 Winter 23 Albertville Speed Skating Men's 1,500 metres Germany GER 15
1994 Winter 25 Lillehammer Speed Skating Men's 500 metres Germany GER 18
1994 Winter 25 Lillehammer Speed Skating Men's 1,000 metres Germany GER 13
1994 Winter 25 Lillehammer Speed Skating Men's 1,500 metres Germany GER 6
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Men's 500 metres Germany GER AC DNF
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Men's 1,000 metres Germany GER 9T OR
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Men's 1,500 metres Germany GER 13

Men's 500 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T 1c
1988 Winter 19 Calgary Speed Skating East Germany Final Standings 28 38.11 10.45
1992 Winter 23 Albertville Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 23 38.33 10.14
1994 Winter 25 Lillehammer Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 18 37.35 10.11
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Germany Final Standings AC DNF
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Germany Race 1 31 36.92 10.14

Men's 1,000 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T 2c 6c
1988 Winter 19 Calgary Speed Skating East Germany Final Standings 8 1:14.19 17.37 45.08
1992 Winter 23 Albertville Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 5 1:15.04 17.23 44.87
1994 Winter 25 Lillehammer Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 13 1:14.15 17.21 44.66
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 9T OR 1:11.90 17.22 43.63

Men's 1,500 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T 3c 7c 1.1k
1988 Winter 19 Calgary Speed Skating East Germany Final Standings 8 1:53.57 24.78 53.08 1:22.81
1992 Winter 23 Albertville Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 15 1:57.54 24.91 53.77 1:24.78
1994 Winter 25 Lillehammer Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 6 1:53.50 24.77 53.01 1:22.45
1998 Winter 29 Nagano Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 13 1:51.50 24.14 51.46 1:20.19
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