|Competitor for Spain|
|World Championships (SC)|
|1999 Hong Kong||400 m indiv. medley|
|European LC Championships|
|1999 Istanbul||400 m indiv. medley|
|1997 Seville||400 m indiv. medley|
|European Championships (SC)|
|1999 Lisbon||400 m medley|
|1998 Sheffield||400 m medley|
|2000 Valencia||1500 m freestyle|
|2000 Valencia||400 m medley|
Frederik Carlo Hviid Köhler (born 9 November 1974 in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria) is a former long-distance freestyle and medley swimmer from Spain, who competed at two consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1996. In the late 1990s he won several medals in the international short course events. He also competed for American University during his college career.
As of June 2009, he holds the Spanish record in the short-course 1500 m freestyle.
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