|Born||11 September 1899|
|Died||29 June 1953 (aged 53)|
Wellington, New Zealand
Men's Greco-Roman bantamweight (-58 kg)
Men's freestyle featherweight (-61 kg)
After Olympics he didn't return to home, but arrived, according to The Estonian Archives in Australia (EAA), 16 February 1925 from Campbeltown to Adelaide, Australia on the four-masted Barque "Carthpool" (Sister ship of Lawhill).
In Australia within the first fortnight of his career as a professional wrestler Koolmann won in seven successive championship matches, two state championships, three Victorian and two Australasian amateur championships. He won Australian middleweight championstitle from Hughie Whitman.
15 October 1928 he moved to New Zealand and got citizenship in 1933.
Late 30's, he trained many New Zealand wrestling champions in his Koolman's Gym in Wellington. Among them Ernie "Kiwi" Kingston and from 1951 Maori professional heavyweight wrestler Keita Meretana of Wairoa.
|1924||Estonian National Championships||Tallinn, Estonia||1st||Greco-Roman wrestling / -57 kg|
|1924||Olympic Games||Paris, France||10th||Men's freestyle featherweight -61 kg|
|1924||Olympic Games||Paris, France||13-16th||Men's Greco-Roman bantamweight -58 kg|