Full name: Ingeborg "Inge" Bausenwein (Wolf-, Plank-)
Born: October 13, 1920 in Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany
Died: September 1, 2008 in Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: 1. FC Nürnberg, Nürnberg (GER)
Dr. Inge Bausenwein won two German javelin titles during the war years (1941 and 1943), and won again from 1947-49. She was also runner-up in 1946 and 1952. At the 1952 Helsinki Olympics she finished twelfth in the javelin.
After high school she studied sport, history and geography. In 1943-44 she worked as a teacher at a girls' school. As a war-widow she was allowed to receive a second degree in medicine in 1944, and in 1950 she married the neurologist Dr. Jörg Bausenwein.
Bausenwein's impressive sports official career began after the 1952 Olympics, when [Dr. Max Danz] appointed her as the team doctor for the German national team. She then served as Chairwoman of the women's sports section of the German Sports Medical Association from 1959-87, and was also responsible as a youth and sports physician at the Health Ministry for the school and gymnastics education during that period. In 1960-70 she was a lecturer in sports medicine at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Since the formation of the Federal Institute of Sports she served as a science member in the section of Sports Medicine and was Head of the Working Group )High Performance Sport of Women) (1965-73) in the then Federal Committee for the Promotion of High Performance Competitive Sports. Bausenwein was also Chairwoman of the Women's Advisory Council Committee within in the German Sports Association DSB (1968-70 and 1974). She later served as director of the service center for Women's High Performance Sport in Nuremberg. She was awarded the DLV-gold pin in 1964 and the )Silberne Mannschafts Lorbeerblatt) (Silver Team bay leaf) in 1951.
Personal Best\: JT – 45.90 (1941).
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Women's Javelin Throw||Germany||GER||12|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Final Round||12||41.16|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Final Round||Round One||9||41.16|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Final Round||Round Two||12||39.60||41.16|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Final Round||Round Three||12||39.55||41.16|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Qualifying Round||9||QU||40.53|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Qualifying Round||Round 1||AC||foul|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Qualifying Round||Round 2||AC||no mark||foul|
|1952 Summer||31||Helsinki||Athletics||Germany||Qualifying Round||Round 3||NP||40.53|