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Dietmar Lorenz

1950 - 2021

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Dietmar Lorenz (23 September 1950 – 8 September 2021) was an East German judoka, who competed for SC Dynamo Hoppegarten under the Sportvereinigung Dynamo.Lorenz was born in the Saxon village of Langenbuch (Plauen rural district), which was incorporated into the newly founded Thuringian Schleiz district through the district government reorganization of 1952 in the GDR. After starting at home, he came via SV Dynamo Schleiz to SC Dynamo Hoppegarten, the sports club of the Volkspolizei, in 1969. He won medals at major international competitions, taking gold at the European Judo Championships and the World Judo Championships. He won as the first German at the Olympics and the Jigoro Kano Cup. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dietmar Lorenz has received more than 15,947 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Dietmar Lorenz is the 66th most popular wrestler.

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Among wrestlers, Dietmar Lorenz ranks 66 out of 700Before him are Darren Young, Dusty Rhodes, Väinö Kokkinen, Claes Johanson, Johannes Kotkas, and Carl Westergren. After him are Pat Patterson, Roman Reigns, Shawn Michaels, Axel Cadier, Mijaín López, and Emam-Ali Habibi.

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Among people born in 1950, Dietmar Lorenz ranks 280Before him are Neil Murray, Graham Hancock, Lenny Kuhr, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chuck Schumer, and Antony Gormley. After him are Joey Kramer, Genesis P-Orridge, Fran Lebowitz, Robert Z'Dar, John Diehl, and Ntfombi of Eswatini. Among people deceased in 2021, Dietmar Lorenz ranks 414Before him are Agustín Balbuena, Issake Dabore, Sebastian Koto Khoarai, Charles Geschke, Bob Bondurant, and Michael Somare. After him are Isaak Khalatnikov, Sanja Ilić, Vera Nikolić, Arturo Armando Molina, Vladimir Korenev, and Adrián Campos.

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