Hans Fischer (cyclist)
|Born||29 January 1961|
Pomerode, Santa Catarina, Brazil
|Died||1988 (aged 26–27)|
Jaraguá do Sul, Santa Catarina, Brazil
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
Fischer was born in Pomerode, Santa Catarina. He began pedaling at the age of five on an adult bike, regularly practicing in 1976 on medical advice after suffering a fall from the horse and fractured his knee.
He participated in the 1979 Pan American Junior Championship in Venezuela, where he won two gold medals, one silver and one bronze. He also participated in two editions of the Olympic Games: from Moscow in 1980, and from Los Angeles in 1984.
He died in 1988, from a cardiac arrest, at the age of 26.
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- Olimpianos - Atletas Olímpicos Brasileiros: HANS FISCHER Archived 2 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine Acessado em 24 de janeiro de 2017
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- Santa Catarina 24 horas - Museu Pomerano lança exposição temporária do acervo dos irmãos ciclistas Hans e Edson Fischer
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