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Alfred Berger

Full name: Alfred Berger
Nickname(s): Fredl
Gender: Male
Born: August 25, 1894 in Vienna, Wien, Austria
Died: June 11, 1966
Affiliations: WEV, Wien (AUT)
Country: AUT Austria
Sport: Figure Skating

Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)

Biography

Alfred Berger competed together with Helene Engelmann, who had skated pairs before World War I with (non-Olympian) Karl Mejstrik. Berger and Engelmann won all three consecutive Austrian Championships, in which they participated, from 1921-23. They competed twice at the World Figure Skating Championships, winning the title on both occasions – 1922 and 1924. In addition to his skating career Berger was an Austrian champion in rowing and bobsledding. After his sports career, he owned a seed store. He was married to opera singer Dagmar Schmedes, daughter of the famous Danish tenor Erik Schmedes.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Mixed Pairs Austria AUT 1 Gold

Mixed Pairs

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Partner Phase Unit Rank
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings 1
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #1 1
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #2 2
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #3 1
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #4 1
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #5 1
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #6 1
1924 Winter 29 Chamonix Figure Skating Austria AUT Helene Engelmann Final Standings Judge #7 2
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