Raimund Hörmann

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Raimund Hörmann (born May 27, 1957 in Ulm ) is a former German rower.

Together with Dieter Wiedenmann from Ulm and Michael Dürsch and Albert Hedderich , both from Ingelheim , he formed the West German double four. In 1979 and 1982 the team was runner-up, each behind the boat from the GDR. In 1983 the West German occupation won the world championship title before the GDR. The high point of his career was winning the quadruple at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles .

Hörmann has been chairman of the Ulm rowing club "Donau" since March 29, 2019 . His son Raimund Hörmann Junior also rowed successfully for the U19 and U23 national teams and is the sporting director of the Ulm rowing club.

As a master butcher, Hörmann ran his own butcher's shop, which he gave up in July 2016. He is the head master of the butchers' guild in Ulm and was the organizer of the successful world record attempt "Who has the longest meat loaf?" In Ulm on June 12, 2016.

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Individual evidence

  1. Hörmann butcher's shop. In: www.metzgerei-hoermann.de. Retrieved August 19, 2016 .
  2. Ulm butchers bake the longest meat loaf in the world. In: www.welt.de. Welt Online, June 12, 2016, accessed August 19, 2016 .