Category:Rudolf Harbig

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English: Rudolf ("Rudi") Harbig (November 8, 1913 – March 5, 1944) was a German middle distance runner best known for the 800 metres world record that he set in Milan in 1939.


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Rudolf Harbig 
German middle distance runner
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Rudolf Harbig na poštovní známce
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Date of birth8 November 1913
Dresden
Date of death5 March 1944
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