Edith Noeding

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexFemale
Full nameEdith Renate Anita•Noeding Koltermann
Used nameEdith•Noeding
Nick/petnamesLa Gacela de Oro
Born3 November 1954 in Lima (PER)
Measurements170 cm / 58 kg
NOC Peru

Biography

Peruvian Edith Noeding won gold in the 100 metres hurdles at the 1975 Pan American Games. At the 1971 Pan American Games she finished fifth in the 100 metres hurdles and at the 1975 Pan American Games she was fourth in the pentathlon. She participated in the 1972 München and the 1976 Montréal Olympics in the pentathlon and in the 100 metres hurdles in 1976. During these years she lived and trained in Germany, and started for TSV 1860 München, USC München and LAC Quelle Fürth. She also participated in the German Championships from 1974-76.

Personal Bests: 100H – 13.56 (1975); Pen – 4262 (1975).

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1972 Summer Olympics Athletics PER Edith Noeding
100 metres Hurdles, Women (Olympic) DNS
Pentathlon, Women (Olympic) 24
1976 Summer Olympics Athletics PER Edith Noeding
100 metres Hurdles, Women (Olympic) 5 h4 r1/3
Pentathlon, Women (Olympic) DNF

Special Notes