|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Born||3 December 1908 in Rastatt, Baden-Württemberg (GER)|
|Died||6 March 1966 in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen (GER)|
In 1950 German 400 metre runner Walter Nehb published the textbook Athletics Textbook 400m Hurdles. He had already participated in the demonstration group of the German Sports University of Berlin (DHfL) at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. In Los Angeles, he was eliminated in the heats of the 400 metres and came in fourth with the 4x400 metres relay. The same year he was third at the German Championships. Nehb participated in five international matches. He was trained at the DHfL in Berlin as a sports teacher. A bridge in Rastatt has been named for him.
Personal Best: 400 – 49.0 (1931).
|1932 Summer Olympics||Athletics||400 metres, Men||Olympic||4 h4 r1/4||Representing Germany|
|4 × 400 metres Relay, Men||Olympic||Germany||4|