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|Born||29 April 1893|
|Died||19 December 1977 (aged 82)|
|Skating club||Berliner Schlittschuhclub|
Ellen Brockhöft, née Rehra, (29 April 1893 – 19 December 1977) was a German figure skater. Competing in ladies' singles, she was a two-time world silver medalist and a seven-time German national champion. She represented Germany at the 1928 Winter Olympics and finished ninth. Brockhöft was a member of Berliner Schlittschuhclub. During her skating career she claimed to be younger than her real age, believing this would help her career. She retired from amateur sport in 1929 and became a coach in St. Moritz.
- Der Eissport Nummer 8, 2 January 1930
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