Full name: Günther Engelhart Ziegler
Born: January 18, 1933 in Dittelbrunn, Bayern, Germany
Died: December 19, 2013 in Schweinfurt, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: RV 89, Schweinfurt (GER)
Günther Ziegler was German champion in 1952 in the team time trial, and in 1957, after his Olympic appearance, placed second in the sprint at the German professional championships. He competed frequently in six-day races from 1957-63, winning the Six-Days of Essen in 1960, and placing second multiple times in six-days. Ziegler also continued to compete in track championships, winning the German professional sprint title in 1961, and placing second in 1959-60, 1962, and 1964.
|1956 Summer||23||Melbourne||Cycling||Men's Sprint||Germany||GER||DNS|
|1956 Summer||23||Melbourne||Cycling||Men's Tandem Sprint, 2,000 metres||Germany||GER||9T|
|1956 Summer||23||Melbourne||Cycling||Germany||Round One||Heat Three||DNS|