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По случаю 8-го марта , такое вот


Claudia Zaczkiewicz (204) of West Germany comes to the aid of injured Cornelia Oschkenat of East Germany after the Women's 100 metres Hurdles at the XXIV Summer Olympic Games on 30th September 1988 at the Seoul Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea.(Photo by Bob Martin/Getty Images)


Пока копал на гетти фото для предыдущего поста , нашёл немного женско-спортивного , гэдээровского .
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1980: Petre Felke of East Germany adjusts her armband during a Javelin event at an athletics meeting. \ Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport





3 Sep 1987: Silke Gladisch of East Germany celebrates after her victory in the 200 metres event during the World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Gladisch won the gold medal with a time of 21.74 seconds. \ Mandatory Credit: Gray Mortimore/Allsport


Silke Gladisch of East Germany, winner of the women's 200m final at the World Athletics Championships held at the Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy, September 1987. (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images).


1987: Silke Gladisch of East Germany relaxes after an event during the World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. \ Mandatory Credit: Gray Mortimore/Allsport


30 Aug 1987: Silke Gladisch (292) and Heike Drechsler (287) of East Germany chat after the 100 metres event of the World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Gladisch won the gold medal with a time of 10.90 seconds and Drechsler the bronze with atime of 11.00 seconds. \ Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport


Ines Reichenbach, East Germany (Photo by S&G/PA Images via Getty Images)


1987: Sabine Busch of East Germany in action during a Womens Hurdles event of the East Berlin Grand Prix at the Olympic Stadium in East Germany. \ Mandatory Credit: Bob Martin/Allsport


1987: Heike Drechsler of East Germany limbers up during the World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. \ Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport


1987: Heike Drechsler of East Germany in action during the 200 metres event of the World Indoor Championships at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. \ Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport


1989: Birta Bruhns of East Germany raises her arms aloft as she crosses the line to win the 800 metres event during the European Junior Championships in Varazdin, Yugoslavia. \ Mandatory Credit: Gray Mortimore/Allsport


STUTTGART, GERMANY - AUGUST 19: EM 1986 in Stuttgart; Heidi KRIEGER/DDR (Photo by Bongarts/Getty Images)


STUTTGART, GERMANY - AUGUST 30: Marlies Goehr of German Democratic Republic celebrates after winning gold in the women's 4 x 100m relay during the European Athletic Championships at the Neckarstadium on August 30, 1986 in Stuttgart, Germany. (Photo by Bongarts/Getty Images)


Anke Behmer of East Germany, gold medallist in the heptathlon, at the 14th European Athletics Championships held in Stuttgart, Germany, September 1986. (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images).


Heike Dreschler of East Germany after winning the women's 200m final at the 14th European Athletics Championships held in Stuttgart, Germany, September 1986. (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images).


Heike Dreschler of East Germany, silver medallist in the women's 100m final, at the 2nd World Athletics Championships held at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, Italy, September 1987. (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images).


Marita Koch of East Germany, track athlete, at an international athletics meeting in Los Angeles, USA in June 1983. (Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images).


Katrin Krabbe of East Germany celebrates winning the Women's 200 metres at the 15th European Athletics Championships on 30th August 1990 at the Olympic Stadium in Split, Yugoslavia.(Photo by Gray Mortimore/Getty Images)


Katrin Krabbe of East Germany celebrates winning the Women's 200 metres with compatriot second placed Heike Drechsler at the 15th European Athletics Championships on 30th August 1990 at the Olympic Stadium in Split, Yugoslavia.(Photo by Gray Mortimore/Getty Images)


Bronze medallist Margitta Pufe of East Germany prepares to put the shot during the Summer Olympic Games in Moscow, circa July 1980. (Photo by Chris Smith/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Women's 100 metres hurdles gold medallist Bettine Jahn of East Germany during the World Athletics Championships in Helsinki, Finland, circa August 1983. (Photo by Professional Sport/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Sabine Busch of East Germany en route to winning the women's 400 metres hurdles event during the World Athletics Championships in Rome, circa 1987. (Photo by Professional Sport/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Margitta Gummel of East Germany competing in the women's shot put final during the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, circa 1972. Gummel won the silver medal in the event. (Photo by Ed Lacey/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Petra Felke of East Germany after winning the women's javelin event during the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, circa 1988. (Photo by Professional Sport/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Rosemarie Witschas Akkermann of East Germany competing in the women's high jump event during the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, circa 1972. She placed 7th in the final. (Photo by Ed Lacey/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Rita Gildermeister of East Germany competing in the women's high jump final during the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, circa 1972. (Photo by Ed Lacey/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Barbel Muller of East Germany competing in the long jump section of the pentathlon which she went on to win during the European Junior Championships at Duisburg, Germany on 26th August 1973. (Photo by Ed Lacey/Popperfoto/Getty Images)


Slupianek, Ilona 1957 (verh. Briesenick), Sportlerin, Leichtathletik DDR, Länderkampf DDR - UdSSR in Cottbus: beim, Kugelstossen - ohne Jahr (Photo by Schlage/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


Opitz, Martina 12.12.1960 Diskuswerferin DDR, Halbfigur im Trikot des DHfK Leipzig bei, einem Wettkampf, - o.J. (80er Jahre) (Photo by Wlocka/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


Heike Drechsler 16.12.1964, Leichtathletin, DDR, - beim Weitsprung in Karl-Marx-Stadt (Photo by Thonfeld/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


Irina Meszynski 23.03.1962 Sportlerin, Leichtathletik DDRLänderkampf DDR - UdSSR in Cottbus:- wirft den Diskus hoch (Photo by Schlage/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


Katrin Dorre of East Germany crosses the finish line to win the 6th Tokyo International Women's Marathon at the National Stadium on November 18, 1984 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images)


(L-R) Marita Koch and Marlies Gohr from East Germany celebrate victory after the women's 100-meter of the first outdoor track and field World Championships. Gohr won gold and Koch, silver. (Photo by Jean-Yves Ruszniewski/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)


Dagmar Kersten of East Germany during the Women's Team All-Around on 21st September 1988 during the XXIV Summer Olympic Games at the Olympic Gymnastics Hall, Olympic Park in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Bob Martin/Getty Images)


Swimming: 1st FINA World Championships: East Germany Kornelia Ender on the deck outside pool after race at Tasmajdan Sports Centre.
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 9/5/1973 CREDIT: Heinz Kluetmeier (Photo by Heinz Kluetmeier /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images)


Die Leipziger Schwimmerin Kristin Otto in einem Badeanzug mit dem Aufdruck "DDR". In der rechten Hand hält sie eine Schwimmbrille. . (Photo by Horstmüller/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


1986: Kirstin Otto of East Germany looks on at the World Swim Championships. Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy /Allsport


17 Sep 1988: Kristin Otto of East Germany punches the air after winning the 100 Metres Freestyle event at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. \ Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport


Kathleen Nord of the German Democratic Republic ( East Germany) during the Women's 200 m individual medley at the European Swimming Championships on 6 August 1985 in Sofia, Bulgaria. (Photo by Mike King/Getty Images)


Kornelia Ender of East Germany after the Women's 100 metres Butterfly on 22nd July 1976 during the XXI Olympic Summer Games at the Olympic Pool, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Tony Duffy/Getty Images)


Фигуристку Катарину Витт , я поставлю отдельно . В юности я был в неё чуть-чуть влюблён )))



Katarina Witt of East Germany performs in the Women's Figure Skating event during the ISU European Figure Skating Championships on 7 February 1985 in Gothenburg, Sweden. (Photo by Bob Martin/Getty Images)


1984: Figure skater Katarina Witt of East Germany performs in the 1984 European Championships in Geneva, Switzerland. Katarina Witt is a Six-time European Figure-Skating Champion. (Photo by Tony Duffy)


Portrait of Katarina Witt of East Germany on 1 December 1988 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Simon Bruty/Getty Images)


UNIONDALE, NY - NOVEMBER 12: Figure skater Katarina Witt of East Germany performs during the Ice Wars - World Ice Figure Skating Challenge between the Team USA and Team World on November 12 1994 in Uniondale, New York. (Photo by Simon Bruty/Getty Images)


HAMBURG, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 16: Katarina Witt during the 'NDR Talk Show' on November 16, 2018 in Hamburg, Germany. (Photo by Tristar Media/Getty Images)

Ну , и немного общефизкультурных :


8th GDR Gymnastics and Sports Festival and Spartaciade in Leipzig: Young sportswomen at the final rehearsal of the propagandistic staging of the opening or closing event in the Central Stadium (Photo by Mehner/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


8th GDR Gymnastics and Sports Festival and Spartaciade in Leipzig: Final rehearsal of the propagandistic staging of the opening or closing event in the Central Stadium. (Photo by Mehner/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


8th GDR Gymnastics and Sports Festival and Spartaciade in Leipzig: Young sportswomen at the final rehearsal of the propagandistic staging of the opening or closing event in the Central Stadium (Photo by Mehner/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


8th GDR Gymnastics and Sports Festival and Spartaciade in Leipzig: Final rehearsal of the propagandistic staging of the opening or closing event in the Central Stadium. (Photo by Mehner/ullstein bild via Getty Images)


8th GDR Gymnastics and Sports Festival and Spartaciade in Leipzig: Young sportswomen at the final rehearsal of the propagandistic staging of the opening or closing event in the Central Stadium (Photo by Mehner/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
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