Full name: Alfred "Fredy" MÃ¼ller
Height: 5-8.5 (174 cm)
Weight: 148 lbs (67 kg)
Born: June 8, 1905 in EÅk, WarmiÅsko-Mazurskie, Poland
Died: March 17, 1959 in Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Affiliations: Zehlendorf 88 Berlin
Fredy MÃ¼ller, an 800 metre runner, ran his personal best unofficially at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics in the semifinals but was nevertheless eliminated. The time was taken by his coach [Josef Waitzer], and thus could not be listed officially. At the University World Games he won two medals, a silver in 1928 and a gold in 1939. In 1929 and 1930 he won the German Championship, and in 1925 also won a 3x1,000 relay title. After World War II he served in the Berlin Athletics Association, as vice-president in 1948 and as president from 1949 until his death in 1959. MÃ¼ller was awarded the Golden Needle by the German Athletics Association. By profession he was a sports teacher.
Personal Best\: 800 â 1:53.8 (1929).
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Athletics||Men's 800 metres||Germany||GER||6 h3 r2/3|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Athletics||Germany||Semi-Finals||Heat Three||6||1:53.8|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Athletics||Germany||Round One||Heat Seven||3||QU||1:59.4|