|Born||22 October 1957
Sulingen, Lower Saxony, West Germany
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||74 kg (163 lb)|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||2.36 m (1989)|
He won the 1979 University Games and finished fourteenth at the 1987 World Championships. At the European Indoor Championships he won the silver in 1983 and a bronze in 1990, and finished fourth in 1982 and thirteenth in 1988.
His personal best jump was 2.35 metres, achieved in August 1988 in Forbach. This result ranks him fifth among German high jumpers, behind Carlo Thränhardt, Gerd Wessig, Dietmar Mögenburg and Martin Buß. He had a better indoor jump with 2.36 metres, achieved in March 1989 in Sulingen. The Internationales Hochsprung-Meeting Eberstadt in June 1979, when Nagel, Thränhardt and Mögenburg improved the West German record from 2.26 m to 2.30 m, marked the first time three jumpers had cleared this height in the same competition.
- European Indoor Championships (Men) - GBR Athletics
- 1982 European Indoor Championships - men's high jump - Die Leichtatletik Statistik-Seite
- 1988 European Indoor Championships - men's high jump - Die Leichtatletik Statistik-Seite
- German championships - men's high jump
- Microsoft Word - Ewige DLV-Bestenliste.doc Archived July 4, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
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