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Andreas Gregor (left, facing away from camera) in 1982
|Born||27 April 195567) (age |
Dresden, East Germany
|Height||1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||50 kg (110 lb)|
|Club||SC Einheit Dresden|
Andreas Gregor (born 27 April 1955) is a retired German rowing coxswain who had his best achievements in the coxed fours. In this event he won a gold medal at the 1980 Olympics as well as three world titles in 1977, 1978 and 1982. He won another world title in 1983, in coxed pairs. For his Olympic achievement Gregor was awarded the Patriotic Order of Merit in 1980.