Gregor Högler

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Gregor Högler (born June 27, 1972 in Vienna ) is an Austrian javelin thrower .

In 1995 he retired at the World Athletics Championships in Gothenburg in qualification and won silver at the Universiade .

In 1997, a tenth place at the World Championships in Athens was followed by a bronze medal at the Universiade. At the European Athletics Championships in Budapest in 1998 he was again tenth. In 1999 he won silver again at the Universiade and was eliminated in the preliminary round of the World Championships in Seville .

At the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000 and at the European Championships in 2002 , he failed in qualifying.

So far he has been national champion fourteen times (1993-2003, 2006, 2008, 2010). On July 17, 1999, he set the current Austrian record in Kapfenberg with 84.03 m.

Gregor Högler starts for SVS athletics in Vienna, is a trained mechanical engineer and coaches the discus thrower Gerhard Mayer and the javelin thrower Elisabeth Pauer .

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