Hermine Stindt won a silver medal with the 4x100 freestyle relay for Germany at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. It was the first time at the Olympics that a swimming relay for women was held, and it was the first time that German female swimmers won an Olympic medal. Stindt was eliminated in the heats of the 100 free. In 1921 she became German Champion in the 100 freestyle. By profession, Stindt was a secretary. In 1988 she was inducted into the Honor Gallery of Lower Saxony Institute for Sports History.