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|Last updated on: 4 November 2019|
At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed for the national team in the men's tournament. After the 2016 Summer Olympic, where he won the bronze medal, he transferred from Hamburg to Dutch club Bloemendaal. In the 2018–19 season, he won his first national title by defeating Kampong in the Dutch championship final with Bloemendaal.
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- Florian Fuchs at the International Hockey Federation
- Florian Fuchs at the International Olympic Committee
- Florian Fuchs at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
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