Dagmar Käsling

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Dagmar Lühnenschloß-Käsling (far right) in December 1972 at the reception of the "GDR Sportsman of the Year"

Dagmar Käsling (born February 15, 1947 in Magdeburg ), Lühnenschloß, married on September 14, 1972, is a German athlete and Olympic champion who competed for the GDR .

Käsling, who trains at SC Magdeburg , improved the team's world record in the 4 x 400 meter relay at the beginning of 1972 to 3: 28.2 min, on September 9 in Munich to 3: 28.48 min and one day later to 3: 22.95 min at the Olympic Games, which was also an Olympic record. In 1969 she was second in the GDR indoor championships over 60 meter hurdles. At the indoor championships in 1972 she also took second place over 400 meters.

At the XX. At the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich , she won the team gold medal in the 4 x 400 meter relay together with her teammates Rita Kühne , Helga Seidler and Monika Zehrt . This season was voted Team of the Year in the GDR athlete survey in 1972 . In the 400-meter run of the Olympic Games, she finished seventh. During her competition time, she was 1.70 m tall and weighed 59 kg.

Today Dagmar Lühnenschloß works as a lecturer at the Institute for Sports Science at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg in the areas of training science and athletics. (As of 2008)

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