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Eva Wilms

Eva Wilms (born 28 July 1952 in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a retired West German shot putter.

Her personal best throw was 21.43 metres, achieved in June 1977 in Munich. This places her sixth on the German all-time list, behind Ilona Slupianek, Claudia Losch, Marianne Adam, Margitta Droese and Ines Müller.[1]

She competed for the sports clubs ESV Neuaubing and LAC Quelle Fürth during her active career.


Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  West Germany
1976 European Indoor Championships Munich, Germany 7th [2]
Olympic Games Montreal, Canada 7th
1977 European Indoor Championships San Sebastián, Spain 3rd [3]
1978 European Indoor Championships Milan, Italy 3rd [4]
European Championships Prague, Czechoslovakia 5th
1980 European Indoor Championships Sindelfingen, West Germany 2nd [5]

In fact,Eva Wilms is a pentathlete,she set 2 WR in 1977,the followings are her lots of performances in different events:

  • Pentathlon[100mH,SP,HJ,LJ,200m]:4932p/1976[including 20.94m SP and 23.9s 200m]
  • Pentathlon[100mH,SP,HJ,LJ,800m]:4823p,former WR/1977-13.83s-20.95m-1.74m-6.29m-2.19.66s
  • JV: 48,74m 1 Eva Wilms(20.07.52) 180/76 Sport Union Annen 03.09.73 Witten
  • SP: 21.43m Eva Wilms FRG 28.07.52 2 M黱chen
  • DT:59,42m 1 Eva Wilms(28.7.52) 180/83 LAC Quelle F黵th By 21.06.80 Garmisch-P.
  • LJ:6.29m 5K Eva Wilms(28.7.52) 180/83 LAC Quelle F黵th By 19.06.77 Bernhausen
  • 200M: 23,9s (5K) Eva Wilms(28.7.52) 180/83 ESV Neuaubing By 05/09/76 Hannover
  • 100MH:13,70s 5K Eva Wilms(28.7.52) 180/83 LAC Quelle F黵th By 14.05.77 G鰐tingen


This article incorporates information from the Deutsch World Heritage Encyclopedia.
Preceded by
Germany Rosi Mittermaier
German Sportswoman of the Year
Succeeded by
Germany Maria Epple
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