|Olympic medal record|
|Country represented|| Germany
July 25, 1884|
|Died||November 1, 1968
|Former partner||Walter Jakobsson|
Ludowika Jakobsson (née Eilers, July 25, 1884 in Potsdam, Germany – November 1, 1968 in Helsinki, Finland) was a German-Finnish figure skater. Competing in pair skating with skating partner and husband Walter Jakobsson, she became Olympic Champion in 1920 and three-time World champion. Ludowika Jakobsson-Eilers was also successful in ladies' single skating. In 1911 she won the bronze medal at the Worlds representing still Germany.
Ludowika Eilers married her Finnish figure skating partner Walter Jakobsson in 1911. Therefore the International Skating Union counts their medals 1910 and 1911 at the Worlds half for Germany and half for Finland. After the marriage she became a true Finn.
In 1920 Ludowika Jakobsson-Eilers was the only German born athlete at the Olympics in Antwerp.
Results in Pairs with Walter Jakobsson 
Results in Ladies singles 
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