|Country represented||West Germany|
|Born||January 5, 1949|
|Former partner||Angelika Buck|
Erich Buck (born January 5, 1949 in Ravensburg, French Occupation Zone, later West Germany) was a German ice dancer. He was a team with his sister Angelika Buck. They were the first Germans to capture the European title in ice dancing.
Angelika and Erich Buck skated for the club ERV Ravensburg. Their coach was Betty Callaway and they trained in Oberstdorf. 1972 they won the Europeans in Ice dancing in Göteborg upsetting Lyudmila Pakhomova and Alexander Gorshkov. They also won three times the silver medal at the worlds and twice at the Europeans and won 6 times the German championships.
They invented the "Ravensburger Waltz" which was first presented at the 1973 German championships. This dance is today one of the compulsory dances.
Erich Buck studied at university managerial-economics in Munich. He manages an insurance office in his hometown Ravensburg. He is married and has two children.