|Full name||Toralf Arndt|
|Date of birth||8 November 1966|
|Place of birth||East Germany|
|1. FC Union Berlin|
|1991–1992||FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt||23||(2)|
|1993||Tennis Borussia Berlin||15||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Toralf Arndt (born 8 November 1966) is a former professional German footballer.
Arndt made 23 appearances in the 2. Bundesliga for FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt during his playing career.
Ernst Moritz Arndt was a German nationalist historian, writer and poet. Early in his life, he fought for the abolition of serfdom, later against Napoleonic dominance over Germany. Arndt had to flee to Sweden for some time due to his anti-French positions. He is one of the main founders of German nationalism and the 19th century movement for German unification. After the Carlsbad Decrees, the forces of the restoration counted him as a demagogue.
Johann Arndt was a German Lutheran theologian who wrote several influential books of devotional Christianity. Although reflective of the period of Lutheran Orthodoxy, he is seen as a forerunner of pietism, a movement within Lutheranism that gained strength in the late 17th century.
Judith Arndt is a retired German professional cyclist, who last rode for the GreenEDGE-AIS cycling team. She won the bronze medal in the 3000 m pursuit event at the 1996 Summer Olympics when she was 20. In 2004, she won the world road race championship and came second in the Olympic road race.
Toralf Engan is a retired Norwegian ski jumper. At the 1964 Winter Olympics he won the large hill and placed second in the new normal hill event. His other victories include the Four Hills Tournament, which he had won the preceding season, as well as the 1962 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in the individual normal hill. Engan won the ski jumping normal hill event at the 1962 Holmenkollen ski festival, the same year he won the Holmenkollen medal. Engan retired after the 1966 season. Later he worked as a national ski jumping coach in 1967–69, and settled in Trondheim with his family.
Ingrid Arndt-Brauer is a German politician and member of the SPD in the Bundestag.
Adolf Arndt was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and former member of the German Bundestag.
Stefan Arndt is a German film producer and managing partner of X-Filme Creative Pool, which he started with fellow friends Tom Tykwer, Wolfgang Becker and Dani Levy. X-Filme is one of Germany's most prosperous and famous production companies. Arndt produces many X Filme productions and acts as head manager of the company. He produced the films Cloud Atlas, Alone in Berlin and Frantz.
Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung was an elite women's professional road cycling team based in Germany. The team competed on the UCI Women's Road World Cup circuit until 2010, after which it was unable to find a sponsor.
Velocio–SRAM Pro Cycling, formerly known as Specialized–lululemon, was a professional cycling team based in the United States that competes in elite road bicycle racing and track cycling events. The final-season title sponsors were SRAM Corporation and Cervelo bicycles. Velocio Sports was the holding company for the team and the place-holder during a larger search for a title sponsor.
Ernst Arndt was a German stage and film actor notable for his later career in Austria.
Jürgen Arndt is a German rower who competed for the SG Dynamo Potsdam / Sportvereinigung (SV) Dynamo.
Toralf Konetzke is a retired German footballer. He spent two seasons in the Bundesliga with FC Energie Cottbus and FC St. Pauli.
Maximilian Arndt is a former German bobsledder who has competed since 2003. He originally competed in luge before a coach suggested that he try bobsleigh. He won four-man and two-man golds at the 2011 World Junior Championships at Park City. As of February 2014 he has scored seven wins in the Bobsleigh World Cup: five in four-man, one in two-man and one in team competition.
Toralf Lyng was a Norwegian sports official.
Fritz Vahrenholt is a German politician (SPD), industrialist and a climate change denier.
Tannenberg is a 1932 Swiss–German war film directed by Heinz Paul and starring Hans Stüwe, Käthe Haack and Jutta Sauer. The film is based on the 1914 Battle of Tannenberg during the First World War. It focuses on a German landowner Captan von Arndt and his family.
Toralf is a Norwegian given name that may refer to
The Vaterlandslied is a patriotic poem written by Ernst Moritz Arndt in 1812. It is also known by its first lines Der Gott, der Eisen wachsen ließ, der wollte keine Knechte.
Thoralf is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arndt Verlag is a German publishing house that belongs to the publishing group of the neo-Nazi publisher Dietmar Munier. It specialises in historical negationist literature. Arndt's authors include David Irving, Wilfred von Oven, Franz Kurowski and Franz W. Seidler.
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