Speedskating

schaats_pageI have been skating since I was eight years old, and I started competing in international competitions when I was thirteen.

After a break, due to my studies in central Germany, I decided to focus on sports again and to train for qualifying for the Winter Olympics in 2018.

To reach this goal, I am training twice a day, and about 20 hours a week.

wettkampfberlin - kopieTop Results

I am one of Germany’s top-athletes in speedskating and competed in several international competitions such as European Championships, World Championships, and World Cups.

After my recovery from a knee-injury in 2012, I started training again and qualified for my first senior World Cup in 2014.

Below you can find my personal records and results, some videos, and a list of links to additional information.

Personal Bests and Records

Personal Bests

  • 500 m: 39,56 (February 28, 2015 in Inzell)
  • 1000 m: 1.19,07 (March 1, 2014 in Inzell)
  • 1500 m: 2.06,95 (March 12, 2008 in Calgary)

Records

  • German record for Juniors — 100 m: 10,76 (March 12, 2008 in Calgary)
  • German record for Juniors — Sprint allround: 160,940 (March 12, 2008 in Calgary)
  • Track record Grefrath — 100 m: 11,00 (December 13, 2008)
  • Track record Grefrath — 300 m: 26,61 (February 23, 2008)
  • Track record Grefrath — All-Sprint­: 174,020 (January 13 & 14, 2007)

Classifications and Prizes

Junior World Championships 2009 — Zakopane

  • 6th place 500 m

Junior World Cup 2008/2009

  • 1 x 1st place 500 m
  • 4th place 500 m Overall

German Single Distance Championships 2015 — Inzell

  • 2nd place 500 m

German Sprint Championships 2016 — Berlin

  • 2nd place

 

Videos

These are a couple of videos showing some of the competitions that I participated in. The first shows my first World Cup race in 2013/2014. The second is a personal video of my 500 meter Junior World Cup victory in 2009 in Inzell.

Links