Egill Reimers

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Olympic medal record
Men's sailing
Competitor for  Norway
Gold 1920 Antwerp 12 metre class (1919 rating)

Egill Reimers (July 18, 1878 in Bergen – November 11, 1946) was a Norwegian architect and sailor who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.

He was a crew member of the Norwegian boat Heira II, which won the gold medal in the 12 metre class (1919 rating).

His buildings include several for the University of Bergen including De kulturhistoriske samlinger (The Cultural History Collections Museum) in 1927, the Geofysisk Institutt (Geophysics Institute) in 1928, and the Kjernefysisk laboratorium (Nuclear Physics Laboratory) in 1950.


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