Melitta Kreckow Brunner (née Brunner, 28 January 1907 – 26 May 2003) was an Austrian figure skater. As a single skater, she won the bronze medal at the 1929 World Championships. As a pair skater, she skated with Ludwig Wrede and won the bronze at the 1928 Olympics in St. Moritz. The pair also won three medals at the World Championships, two silvers and a bronze.
After retiring from competitions Brunner taught skating in Switzerland and Great Britain. In December 1932 she married Paul Kreckow, a German figure skater from Berlin. They married in London, where they were giving skating demonstrations. After World War II, Brunner performed in ice shows in Europe, and then immigrated to the United States. There she continued skating, and coached skaters into her nineties.
|Event ||1926 ||1927 ||1928 ||1929 ||1930 |
|Winter Olympic Games || || ||7th || || |
|World Championships || || ||5th ||3rd ||5th |
|Austrian Championships ||2nd ||2nd ||2nd ||2nd ||2nd |
(with Ludwig Wrede)
|Event ||1922 ||1923 ||1924 ||1928 ||1929 ||1930 |
|Winter Olympics || || || ||3rd || || |
|World Championships || || || ||3rd ||2nd ||2nd |
|Austrian Championships ||3rd ||1st ||2nd || ||3rd ||1st |