Wuppertaler SV Borussia - Track and Field

Track and Field

SSV Wuppertal brought their track and field department to the 1954 union that formed Wuppertaler SV. Athletes from the club have competed in the European and World championships as well as the Olympics. Some notable athletes from the club are:

  • Manfred Kinder, 400m-Runner, European Champion, Olympic medalist
  • Maria Jeibmann, 400m-Runner, German champion
  • Manfred Knickenberg, 100m-/200m-Runner, Olympic participant, European championship medalist, German champion
  • Maren Collin, 100m-/200m-Runner, European championship runner-up, German champion
  • Ruth Limbach, 100m-/200m-Runner, German championship runner-up (1949)

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