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Alfons Lütke-Westhues

Medal record
Equestrian
Competitor for Template:EUA
Olympic Games
Gold 1956 Stockholm Show jumping, Team

Alfons Lütke-Westhues (17 May 1930 in Westbevern – 8 March 2004 in Warendorf) was a German equestrian and Olympic champion. He won a gold medal in show jumping with the German team at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Stockholm.[1]

His brother August Lütke-Westhues was also an equestrian, who won two Olympic silver medals.

References

  1. "Alfons Lütke Westhues" (in English). SR/Olympic Sports. Sports Reference LLC. http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/lu/alfons-lutke-westhues-1.html. Retrieved 30 December 2008. 






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