Peter Lichtner-Hoyer

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Peter Lichtner-Hoyer
Personal information
Born (1925-12-28) 28 December 1925 (age 92)
Graz, Austria
Sport Modern pentathlon

Peter Lichtner-Hoyer (born 28 December 1925) was an Austrian sportsman and colonel.


During World War II, he was badly wounded, so the physicians thought he would never walk again. Nevertheless, he regained strength and took part in more than 1500 competitions as an equestrian and as a pentathlete and reached 1200 good placements. Lichtner-Hoyer took part in 24 world and European Championships.

Olympic Games[edit]


  • 2010 Panathlon Würdigungspreis[2][3]


  • 1985 Cavalletti-Training, Rüschlikon-Zürich : Müller
  • 1989 Der letzte Husar, Wien : J und V
  • 1998 Cavalletti-Arbeit, Lüneburg : Cadmos


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