Annemarie Zimmermann

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Annemarie Zimmermann (born June 10, 1940 in Lendersdorf ) is a former German canoeist.

Zimmermann started for the canoe department of the HSG ( Holzheimer Sportgemeinschaft 1920 eV).


  • Gold medalist at the 1964 Olympic Games (time: 1: 56.95) and the 1968 Olympic Games (time: 1: 56.44) in a 2-person kayak over 500 m together with Roswitha Esser
  • 1963 world champion in a two-seater kayak with Roswitha Esser
  • German champion in 2-person kayaks over 500 m with Roswitha Esser in 1962, 1963, 1964, 1968 and 1969 and 1-person kayak in 1964
  • European champion in 1963 and bronze in 1969 with Roswitha Esser in a 2-person kayak, plus silver in 1969 in a 4-person kayak with Roswitha Esser, Renate Breuer and Elke Felten


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