|| Athlete Runner Sprinter Physician
|| Healthcare Sports
|| 25 April 1910, Frankenthal, Germany
|| 5 March 1978, Hamburg, Germany (aged 67 years)
|| Nazi Party
|| 180 cm
|| 80 kg
Adolf Metzner (25 April 1910 in Frankenthal – 5 March 1978 in Hamburg) was a German athlete who competed in the 1932 Summer Olympics and in the 1936 Summer Olympics. After finishing his career due to Achilles tendon rupture he became a carpenter in the Bavaria region of Germany. In 1947 he worked with Ernst Gadermann to develop the first telemetric measurements of the ECG in athletes.