| 80 kg|
| Olympic athlete|
| 15 August 1961 (age 54) (1961-08-15) Leverkusen, West Germany|
Athletics at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men\'s high jump
Carlo Thranhardt, Patrik Sjoberg, Gerd Wessig, Zhu Jianhua, Ulrike Meyfarth
2.39 m (indoor)
Dietmar Mögenburg (born August 15, 1961 in Leverkusen) is a former (West) German high jumper who won gold medals at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and at the 1982 European Championships in Athens.
On May 26, 1980, at the age of 18, Mögenburg jumped 2.35 m which tied the world outdoor record set by Jacek Wszoła of Poland. At the time, this mark also established a new world outdoor junior record. He reached his outdoor peak on June 10, 1984, when he cleared 2.36 m in Eberstadt, in a competition won by Zhu Jianhua with a world record of 2.39 m. Mogenburg would later establish a new world indoor mark of 2.39 m on February 14, 1985, in Cologne. As of 2015, the only German to have jumped higher is his 1980s rival Carlo Thränhardt, who cleared 2.37 m outdoors (1984) and 2.42 m indoors (1988).10-time West German High Jump Champion (1980–85, 1987–90)
5-time West German Indoor High Jump Champion (1979–81, 1984, 1989)
Note: Result with a q, indicates overall position in qualifying round.
Dietmar Mögenburg Wikipedia