The former jumper with a pole Lobinger died at the age of 50 years

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The former German athlete Tim Lobinger died on the 51st year of life after fight against a cancer. Getty Images reports German information company. The athlete specialized on pole vaults and became the first German who overcame a six-meter mark in competitions open-air (1997). Lobinger is world champion in the closed rooms, and also became the silver prize-winner of the championship Europe (1998, 2006) twice. After completion of career cooperated with Football club "Belarus Leyptsig" as the physical training coach. Earlier the vice-world champion of 2005 in downhill racing...