Gerd Hornberger (February 17, 1910 – September 13, 1988) was a German athlete who competed mainly in the 100 metres.
He competed for Germany in the 1936 Summer Olympics held in Berlin, Germany in the 4 x 100 metre relay where he won the bronze medal with his team mates Wilhelm Leichum, Erich Borchmeyer and Erwin Gillmeister.
Hornberger was born and died in Waldfischbach-Burgalben.
- 1934: Germany (Schein, Gillmeister, Hornberger, Borchmeyer)
- 1938: Germany (Kersch, Hornberger, Neckermann, Scheuring)
- 1946: Sweden (Danielsson, Nilsson, Laessker, Håkansson)
- 1950: Soviet Union (Sukharev, Kalyayev, Sanadze, Karakulov)
- 1954: Hungary (Zarándi, Varasdi, Csányi, Goldoványi)
- 1958: West Germany (Mahlendorf, Hary, Fütterer, Germar)
- 1962: West Germany (Ulonska, Gamper, Bender, Germar)
- 1966: France (Berger, Delecour, Piquemal, Bambuck)
- 1969: France (Sarteur, Bourbeillon, Fenouil, St.-Gilles)
- 1971: Czechoslovakia (Kříž, Demeč, Kynos, Bohman)
- 1974: France (Sainte-Rose, Arame, Cherrier, Chauvelot)
- 1978: Poland (Nowosz, Licznerski, Dunecki, Woronin)
- 1982: Soviet Union (Sokolov, Aksinin, Prokofyev, Sidorov)
- 1986: Soviet Union (Yevgenyev, Yuschmanov, Muravyov, Bryzhin)
- 1990: France (Morinière, Sangouma, Trouabal, Marie-Rose)
- 1994: France (Lomba, Perrot, Trouabal, Sangouma)
- 1998: Great Britain (Condon, Campbell, Walker, Golding)
- 2002: Ukraine (Vasyukov, Rurak, Dovhal, Kaydash)
- 2006: Great Britain (Chambers, Campbell, Devonish, Lewis-Francis)
- 2010: France (Vicaut, Lemaitre, Pessonneaux, Mbandjock)
- 2012: Netherlands (Mariano, Martina, Codrington, van Luijk)