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Hans Bernhardt

Full name: Hans Bernhardt
Gender: Male
Born: January 28, 1906 in Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
Died: November 29, 1940 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Affiliations: RV Zugvogel, Hannover (GER)
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Cycling

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)

Biography

German cyclist Hans Bernhardt came fourth in the men’s track sprint at Amsterdam in 1928, having lost the race for third place against Denmark's [Willy Falck Hansen]. With team-mate [Karl Köther], however, Bernhardt won the bronze medal in the tandem sprint. The same year Bernhardt won his only National title in the 1,000 metres time-trial. During World War II he was killed in action in 1940 in Amsterdam, the scene of his Olympic success, and was buried in Ysselsteyn.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Men's Sprint Germany GER 4
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Men's Tandem Sprint, 2,000 metres Germany GER 3 Bronze

Men's Sprint

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank M T
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany Final Round Match 3/4 2 at two lengths
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany Semi-Finals Heat Two 2 at half length
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany Quarter-Finals Heat One 1 QU 13.2
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany Round One Heat Four 1 QU 13.6

Men's Tandem Sprint, 2,000 metres

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank T M
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany GER Final Standings 3
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany GER Final Round Match 3/4 1 12.2
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany GER Semi-Finals Heat Two 2 at one length
1928 Summer 22 Amsterdam Cycling Germany GER Round One Heat Three 1 QU 12.4
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