Peter Angerer

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Peter Angerer biathlon
Association Germany Federal RepublicFederal Republic of Germany BR Germany
birthday July 14, 1959
place of birth hammer
society SC hammer
Debut in the World Cup 1980
World Cup victories 5
status resigned
End of career 1988
Medal table
Olympic medals 1 × gold 2 × silver 2 × bronze
World Cup medals 0 × gold 2 × silver 3 × bronze
Olympic rings winter Olympics
bronze 1980 Lake Placid Season
gold 1984 Sarajevo 20 km (single)
silver 1984 Sarajevo 10 km (sprint)
bronze 1984 Sarajevo Season
silver 1988 Calgary Season
IBU Biathlon world championships
silver 1981 Lahti Season
silver 1983 Antholz 10 km (sprint)
bronze 1983 Antholz 20 km (single)
bronze 1985 Ruhpolding Season
bronze 1987 Lake Placid Season
World Cup balance
Overall World Cup 1.  ( 1982/83 ), 2. ( 1983/84 , 1985/86 )

Peter Angerer (born July 14, 1959 in Hammer , Siegsdorf , Bavaria ) is a former German biathlete .

At the 1984 Winter Olympics , he won one of two gold medals for the Federal Republic of Germany in an individual race over 20 km . In addition, he won a silver medal over the 10 km and took bronze with the German biathlon relay.

He had already won bronze with the relay four years earlier in Lake Placid . 1988 in Calgary , where he was the flag bearer of the German team at the opening ceremony , silver followed again with the relay.

In between, Angerer had won five World Cup medals and several World Cup successes. He was also the winner of the overall biathlon world cup in 1983 and a Bambi in 1984 .

At the German Biathlon Championships in 1986 in Friedenweiler , Angerer had five misses while in the lead and dropped back to 3rd place. In the same year, Angerer was tested positive for methyltestosterone after the Biathlon World Championships in Oslo and was banned from the doping offense until January 31, 1987 .

Today Angerer runs a cross-country school in Ruhpolding .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Moritz von Groddeck: Five missed shots - Angerer fell back to third place. Hamburger Abendblatt, February 7, 1986, accessed on October 12, 2015 .
  2. ^ Andreas Singler, Gerhard Treutlein: Doping in top sport. Sports science analyzes of national and international performance development . Aachen 2007, ISBN 978-3-89899-192-6 , pp. 292/293

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