Gustav Fröhlich (swimmer)

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Gustav Fröhlich
Personal information
Born1902
Samoa
Died17 April 1968 (aged ca. 66)
Victoria, Australia
Sport
SportSwimming

Gustav Fröhlich (also Frölich; 1902 – 17 April 1968) was a German swimmer who specialized in the 100 m breastroke. In this discipline, he set a world record in 1921,[1] and won two European medals, gold and bronze, in 1926 and 1927, respectively,[2] as well as five national titles between 1921 and 1926.[3]

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SPOUSE = Lorna Froelich SIBLINGS = John Froelich & Anna Froelich