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Ferdinand Bie

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Name  Ferdinand Bie
Club  Oslo IL
Weight  72 kg
Height  1.74 m
Role  Olympic athlete

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Born  16 February 1888 (1888-02-16) Drammen, Buskerud, Norway
Sport  Pentathlon, long jump, hurdles
Died  November 8, 1961, Kristiansund, Norway
Olympic medals  Athletics at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Men's pentathlon
People also search for  Frank Lukeman, James Donahue, Jim Thorpe

Ferdinand Reinhardt Bie (16 February 1888 – 9 November 1961) was a Norwegian track and field athlete. At the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm he won the silver medal in pentathlon. On winner Jim Thorpe's subsequent disqualification for professionalism in 1913, Bie was declared Olympic champion, but refused to accept the gold medal from the IOC. In 1982 Thorpe was reinstated as champion by the IOC; however, Bie was still listed as co-champion. He also finished eleventh in the long jump, and competed in 110 metres hurdles and decathlon, but failed to finish. He became Norwegian champion in long jump in 1910 and 1917 and in 110 m hurdles in 1910.

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