Gabriele Wetzko in 1970
|Representing East Germany|
|Summer Olympic Games|
|1968 Mexico City||4×100 m freestyle|
|1972 Munich||4×100 m freestyle|
|1972 Munich||4×100 m medley|
|1970 Barcelona||200 m freestyle|
|1970 Barcelona||100 m freestyle|
|1970 Barcelona||4×100 m medley|
|1970 Barcelona||4×100 m freestyle|
Gabriele Wetzko (born 24 August 1954 in Leipzig) is a former German swimmer. Born in Leipzig, East Germany, she competed for East Germany in the 1968 and 1972 Summer Olympics. She is the divorced wife of Wilfried Hartung.
At the 1968 Olympics she competed in the 200 m, 400 m and 4 × 100 m freestyle events. The 4 × 100 m freestyle East German team of Gabriele Wetzko, Uta Schmuck, Gabriele Perthes and Roswitha Krause won a silver medal.
In 1973, she completed her swimming career and began studying for a medical degree, later receiving a degree in economics as well.
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