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Klaus Behrens
Klaus Behrens (1964).jpg
Personal information
Born3 August 1941 (1941-08-03) (age 80)
Ratzeburg, Germany
Height1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Weight88 kg (194 lb)
Sport
SportRowing
ClubRatzeburger RC

Klaus Behrens (born 3 August 1941) is a retired German rower who was most successful in the eights.[1][2] In this event he won a silver medal at the 1964 Summer Olympics,[1][2] a world title in 1962, and three European titles in 1963–1965.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b Klaus Behrens at Sports-reference
  2. ^ a b Klaus Behrens at World Rowing
  3. ^ Rudern (Herren – Achter) Europameisterschaften, Weltmeisterschaften Archived 17 October 2014 at the Wayback Machine at sport-komplett.de
German eight at the 1964 European Championships (the same team competed at the 1964 Olympics), Behrens is fourth from right.
German eight at the 1964 European Championships (the same team competed at the 1964 Olympics), Behrens is fourth from right.