Austrian sculptor and medalist Otto Hofner was a three-time Olympian 1932-48 in the Art Competitions, and received an Honorable Mention for his work Ringkampf (Wrestling Match) in 1936 at the Berlin Olympic Games. In 1948 he was entered posthumously. He started his education as a goldsmith, engraver and chaser, and then studied at the Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule. From 1904-15 he worked as a teacher at the gold and silversmith school in Wien (Vienna). Hofner also worked as a self-employed artist and mainly produced grave monuments, busts and portrait reliefs, but also medals, plaques and goldsmith works.
|1932 Summer||53||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event||Austria||AUT||AC|
|1936 Summer||57||Berlin||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Statues||Austria||AUT||HM|
|1948 Summer||69||London||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event||Austria||AUT||AC|
|1936 Summer||57||Berlin||Art Competitions||Austria||Final Standings||HM||Ringkampf|
|1932 Summer||53||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Austria||Final Standings||AC||Boxer|
|1948 Summer||69||London||Art Competitions||Austria||Final Standings||AC||Boxer (Bronze)|