|Men's water polo|
|1928 Amsterdam||Team competition|
|1932 Los Angeles||Team competition|
|European Championships (LC)|
|1926 Budapest||4×200 m freestyle|
|1927 Bologna||4×200 m freestyle|
|1926 Budapest||1500 m freestyle|
|1927 Bologna||1500 m freestyle|
In 1928 he was part of the German team which won the gold medal. He played all three matches and scored two goals. Four years later he won the silver medal with the German team. He played all four matches. His older brother Erich was his teammate in both tournaments.
He also competed in swimming, winning the bronze medal in the men's 1500 m freestyle at the first European Championships in 1926, and the gold in the men's 4×200 m freestyle relay event.
- "Joachim Rademacher Olympic medals and stats". databaseOlympics.com.