Inga Gentzel

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Inga Gentzel
Inga Gentzel 1928.jpg
Inga Gentzel at the 1928 Olympics
Medal record
Women’s athletics
Competitor for  Sweden
Olympic Games
Bronze 1928 Amsterdam 800 metres
Women's World Games
Silver 1926 Gothenburg 1000 metres

Inga Kristina Gentzel-Dahlgren (24 April 1908 in Stockholm – 1 January 1991 in Nyköping) was a Swedish runner, who won a bronze medal in the 800 m at the 1928 Summer Olympics. Shortly before these Olympics she set a new world record in this event, and two years earlier she won a silver medal in the 1000 m at the 1926 Women's World Games.


Preceded by
Germany Lina Radke
Women's 800 metres World Record Holder
1928-06-16 – 1928-08-07
Succeeded by
Germany Lina Radke