Henry Homburger

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Olympic medal record
Silver medal – second place 1932 Lake Placid Four-man

Henry Anton Homburger (December 2, 1902 – September 14, 1950) was an American bobsledder who competed in the early 1930s.

He was born in New York City and died in Sacramento.

At the 1932 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid he won the silver medal in the four-man event.

A civil engineer by profession, Homburger was also responsible for the design of the bobsleigh track used for those Winter Olympics; he also did engineering work for Saranac Lake architect William G. Distin in the design of the Olympic Arena in Lake Placid.