Gudrun Abt

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Gudrun Abt (born 3 August 1962) is a retired German hurdler. She was born in Riedlingen.

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At the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul she finished sixth in 400 m hurdles in a personal best time of 54.04 seconds. This ranks her fifth among German 400 m hurdlers, behind Sabine Busch, Cornelia Ullrich, Ellen Fiedler and Heike Meißner.[1]

At the 1988 Olympics she also finished fourth in 4x400 m relay for West Germany together with Ute Thimm, Helga Arendt and Andrea Thomas. She had previously finished fifth at the 1987 World Championships with Ute Thimm, Helga Arendt and Gisela Kinzel. At the 1990 European Championships in Athletics in Split she finished fourth in 400 m hurdles.

Abt represented the sports club TSV Genkingen, and became West German champion in 1986, 1987 and 1988.[2]

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This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.