Dirk Richter

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Dirk Richter
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Born 12 September 1964 (1964-09-12) (age 51)
Cottbus, Brandenburg, East Germany

Dirk Richter (born 12 September 1964 in Cottbus, Brandenburg) is a former swimmer from East Germany, who won the bronze medal in the 4×100 freestyle medley twice during the Summer Olympics. He did so in 1988 with the East German team, alongside Thomas Flemming, Lars Hinneburg, and Steffen Zesner.

Four years later, when Barcelona, Spain hosted the Games, Richter represented Germany and ended up third alongside Mark Pinger, Christian Tröger, and Steffen Zesner.

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