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  • Peter Göbel (born 27 March 1941 in Berlin, Germany) is a former pair skater who represented East Germany and the Unified Team of Germany in competition. With partner Margit Senf, he won the gold medal at the East German Figure Skating Championships in 1960, 1961, and 1963. In 1961, the pair won the bronze medal at the European Figure Skating Championships, and they also competed at the 1964 Winter Olympics, finishing 14th. (en)
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  • Margit Senf and Peter Göbel, 1963 (en)
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  • Peter Göbel (born 27 March 1941 in Berlin, Germany) is a former pair skater who represented East Germany and the Unified Team of Germany in competition. With partner Margit Senf, he won the gold medal at the East German Figure Skating Championships in 1960, 1961, and 1963. In 1961, the pair won the bronze medal at the European Figure Skating Championships, and they also competed at the 1964 Winter Olympics, finishing 14th. (en)
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  • Peter Göbel (en)
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