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Manfred Nerlinger

Biographical information

Medals OG
Gold 0
Silver 1
Bronze 2
Total 3
TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexMale
Full nameManfred•Nerlinger
Used nameManfred•Nerlinger
Born27 September 1960 in München (Munich), Bayern (GER)
Measurements182 cm / 148 kg
AffiliationsESV Neuaubing, München (GER) / TSV Forstenried, München (GER)
NOC(s) Germany West Germany

Biography

Manfred Nerlinger had the following podium finishes at major championships: 3rd in the 1984 Olympics Unlimited class (397.5 kg); 2nd in the 1988 Olympics Unlimited class (430.0 kg); 3rd in the 1992 Olympics Unlimited class (412.5 kg); 3rd in the 1984 World Championships Unlimited class (397.5 kg); 3rd in the 1985 World Championships Unlimited class (422.5 kg); 2nd in the 1986 World Championships Unlimited class (430.0 kg); 2nd in the 1991 World Championships Unlimited class (425.0 kg); 2nd in the 1993 World Championships Unlimited class (440.0 kg); 3rd in the 1988 European Championships Unlimited class (442.5 kg); 2nd in the 1990 European Championships Unlimited class (455.0 kg); 2nd in the 1991 European Championships Unlimited class (422.5 kg); 1st in the 1993 European Championships Unlimited class (427.5 kg); 2nd in the 1995 European Championships Unlimited class (417.5 kg). He set one unlimited clean & jerk world record in 1993.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) Event Status Team Pos Details
1984 Summer Olympics Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men Olympic 3 Bronze Representing West Germany    
1988 Summer Olympics Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men Olympic 2 Silver Representing West Germany    
1992 Summer Olympics Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men Olympic 3 Bronze Representing Germany    
1996 Summer Olympics Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men Olympic 6 Representing Germany    

Olympic Records

Records may have been broken subsequently during the same competition.
Games Date Sport Event Phase Mark Pos
1996 Summer Olympics 30 July 1996 Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men (>108 kg, Snatch) Snatch, Lift #1 180.0 AC
1996 Summer Olympics 30 July 1996 Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men (>108 kg, Snatch) Snatch, Lift #3 185.0 AC
1996 Summer Olympics 30 July 1996 Weightlifting Super-Heavyweight, Men (>108 kg, Clean & Jerk) Clean & Jerk, Lift #1 237.5 AC

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