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Collection: 1942 Births, Austrian Sailors (Sport), Boat Builders, Living People, Olympic Medalists in Sailing, Olympic Sailors of Austria, Olympic Silver Medalists for Austria, Sailmakers, Sailors at the 1964 Summer Olympics - Finn, Sailors at the 1968 Summer Olympics - Finn, Sailors at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Tempest, Sailors at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Soling, Sailors at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Star, Sailors at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Star
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Hubert Raudaschl

Hubert Raudaschl
Medal record
Men's Sailing
Competitor for  Austria
Olympic Games
1968 Mexico City Finn Class
1980 Moscow Star Class

Hubert Raudaschl (born 26 August 1942 in Sankt Gilgen am Wolfgangsee) is an Austrian sailboat manufacturer and former Olympic athlete. He has participated in nine Olympic games between 1964 and 1996. Raudaschl has competed in the second most number of Olympic games, behind Canadian Ian Millar and tied with Afanasijs Kuzmins.

Raudaschl has won two olympic silver medals, one in Mexico City in 1968 in Finn sailing, the other one in Moscow in 1980 in Star sailing.

He is a two time World Champion (in 1964 in Finn sailing, and in 1978 in Microcupper sailing) and is a five time European Champion.

References

  • (German) Austrian Olympic Committee
  • ISAF Sailor Biog

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