Ernst Baier
1936 Pairs Champiions from Germany.
Maxi Herber
I uploaded this by request but also in memory of Cecilia Colledge, the Worlds youngest Olympian in 1932 aged 11 years 75 days and winner of the silver medal ...
Boris Becker
Clips of boris.
1936 Maxi Heber Ernst Baier - Olympics/Germany - YouTube
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Feb 2, 2008 ... A snippet of a pioneer World skating pair! from Germany....just Germany, not East or West!
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