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Tini Wagner

Olympic medal record
Women's swimming
Competitor for the  Netherlands
Gold 1936 Berlin 4×100 m freestyle relay

Catharina "Tini" Wilhelmina Wagner (17 December 1919, Amsterdam – 2 June 2004, Soest) was a freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands, who represented her native country at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany.

In 1936 she won the gold medal in the 4×100m freestyle relay, alongside Willy den Ouden, Rie Mastenbroek and Jopie Selbach. In the 100 m freestyle competition she finished fifth and in the 400 m freestyle event she finished seventh.


  • Tini Wagner's profile at the Dutch Olympic Committee (Dutch)
  • Tini Wagner's profile at
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