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Hermann Schridde
Equestrian

Hermann Schridde

Hermann Schridde
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Intro Equestrian
Was Equestrian Athlete Show jumper
From Germany
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 3 July 1937, Celle, Celle, Lüneburg, Province of Hanover
Death 18 May 1985, Winsen an der Aller, Celle, Lüneburg, Province of Hanover (aged 47 years)
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Biography

Hermann Schridde (3 July 1937, in Celle – 18 May 1985 in Meißendorf, near Winsen) was a German equestrian.

Schridde won the German show jumping championship in 1960.

Schridde was a show jumper at the 1964 Summer Olympics for the United Team of Germany. He won a gold medal in the team event and a silver medal in the individual event. In 1965, he won the European Show Jumping Championships in Aachen riding Dozent. At the 1968 Summer Olympics, he won a bronze medal in the team event, riding for West Germany. He qualified for West Germany for the 1972 Summer Olympics, but withdrew, and founded a private school for parachutists in Meißendorf.

He was appointed German federal show jumping trainer in 1980, and held the post until his death from an aircraft crash in 1985.

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