|Born||1 July 1961|
Worringen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, West Germany
|Died||1 December 2017 56) (aged|
|Height||1.92 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||82 kg (181 lb)|
Fredy Schmidtke (1 July 1961 – 1 December 2017) was a German track cyclist. He won a gold medal in the 1000 metres time trial at the 1984 Summer Olympics and finished eighth in the sprint.
Schmidtke died of a heart attack on 1 December 2017, at the age of 56.
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