Silko Günzel

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Silko Günzel
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Personal information
Born (1971-06-02) 2 June 1971 (age 46)
Sport
Sport Swimming
Club SC Dynamo Berlin,[1] SSF Bonn[2]

Silko Günzel (born 2 June 1971)[3] is a retired German freestyle swimmer who specialized in short course (25 m pool) sprint swimming disciplines, in which he won eight European medals between 1991 and 1994.[4]

He originates from East Germany.[1] After retiring from swimming in 1996 he worked as a software developer and doctor in physiotherapy and health care related fields. Between 2000 and 2010, he founded three medical consulting companies: Airnergy AG, Medical Biophysics GmbH and Günzel Medical Consulting & Development UG.[5][6]

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