Carl Oscar Gossler, II (1875 - 1953)

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About Carl Oscar Gossler, II

Oskar Goßler (June 26, 1875 – February 15, 1953) was a German rower who competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics.

He was part of the German boat Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg, which won the gold medal in the coxed fours final B together with his brothers Carl Heinrich and Gustav Ludwig.

[http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/go/oskar-gossler-1.html]

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Хронология Carl Oscar Gossler, II

1875
June 26, 1875
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
1900
August 25, 1900
- August 26, 1900
Age 25
Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France

Carl Heinrich Goßler (April 17, 1885 - September 9, 1914) was a German rower who competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics.

He was the coxswain of the German boat Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg, which won the gold medal in the coxed fours final B.

Gustav Ludvig Goßler (født 4. april 1879, død 4. april 1940) var en tysk roer som deltok i OL 1900 i Paris.

Goßler ble olympisk mester i roing under OL 1900 i Paris. Han vant firer med styrmann sammen med Oscar Goßler, Walther Katzenstein, Waldemar Tietgens og Carl-Alfred Goßler som styrmann. Mannskapet representerte Germania R.C. Hamburg.

Det ble gjennomført to finaler med firer med styrmann, og begge er av IOC erklært som olympiske finaler der utøverne i begge finalerne er oppført som medaljører. I den første finalen ble medaljene fordelt slik: Frankrike – gull og sølv, Tyskland fikk bronse. I den andre finalen: Tyskland gull og bronse, Nederland fikk sølv.

http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/summer/1900/ROW/

Rowing at the 1900 Summer Olympics
Competitions were held on the River Seine. The coxed fours descended into farce when officials changed the qualifying criteria for the final several times. The first final was held without any of the original qualifiers, who had withdrawn as a protest against the decision to run six boats on a course laid out for only four. The officials then decided to run another "final" for the boycotting crews. Both events are considered official Olympic competitions. In a number of events crews saw the advantage of having ultra-lightweight coxswain and recruited local boys for the period of the Games. Most of these remain a mystery but some could have been under ten years old.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1900_Summer_Olympics#Rowing

1904
April 11, 1904
Age 28
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
1906
1906
Age 30
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
1908
1908
Age 32
1913
1913
Age 37
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
1953
February 15, 1953
Age 77
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
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Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
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