Full name: Carl Oscar GoÃler, II
Born: June 26, 1875 in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Died: February 15, 1953 in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Affiliations: GRC, Hamburg (GER)
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Brothers [Carl Heinrich], Oscar and [Gustav GoÃler] were members of the German eight which reached the final at the 1900 Paris Olympics although they lost in the heats. The German boat was the fourth of four qualified boats as the French SocietÃ© Nautique de la Marne did not finish its heat. [Alexander Gleichmann von Oven] was coxswain for the Hamburger Germania Ruderclub crew, but was removed for the final and replaced by an unknown younger and 45 pounds lighter French coxswain, but the crew still finished fourth and last in the final.
The GoÃler brothers were also members of the German coxed fours, winning the the B final for the Deutscher Ruderverband. Oscar later became a businessman and was the owner of the company GoÃler und Howaldt und John Monnington. He also founded GoÃler Glasgespinst Fabrik GmbH. For some years he was secretary of the Deutscher Ruderverband.
|1900 Summer||24||Paris||Rowing||Men's Coxed Fours||Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg-2||GER||1||Gold|
|1900 Summer||24||Paris||Rowing||Men's Coxed Eights||Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg||GER||4|
|1900 Summer||24||Paris||Rowing||Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg-2||GER||Final Round||5:59.0|
|1900 Summer||24||Paris||Rowing||Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg-2||GER||Round One||Heat Three||5:56.2|
|1900 Summer||24||Paris||Rowing||Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg||GER||Final Round||6:33.0|
|1900 Summer||24||Paris||Rowing||Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg||GER||Round One||Heat One||5:04.8|