Kati Winkler


Kati Winkler

Kati Winkler (born January 16 1974 in Karl-Marx-Stadt (today Chemnitz)) is a German figure skater and specialized in ice dancing.

Kati Winkler was a team in ice dancing with René Lohse. They won the bronze medla at the World championships in ice dancing in 2004. This was the greatest success for the German icedancers since 1973, the time of Angelika Buck/Erich Buck. They were also the first German icedance pairs which qualified for the Grand Prix final. 2001 they became 5th in the Grand Prix final. In 2003 they were qualified but had to withdraw due to an illness.

Kati Winkler is the daughter of Bernd Winkler und Christina Schmerbach. She has a sister. In Karl-Marx-Stadt she started skating with the age of 6. At first she was a single skater and was coached by Peter Meyer. Still single skater she moved to Berlin in 1985 and was coached by Jürgen Bertko there.

Kati Winkler and René Lohse teamed up in 1987 to continue with ice dancing, which was not officially supported in East Germany for decades. Until 1996 their coach was Knut Schubert. The became the last East German champions in ice dancing In 1996 they moved to Oberstdorf in Bavaria and changed also their coach to Martin Skotnicky. However Winkler/Lohse skated always for the club SC Berlin (earlier SC Dynamo Berlin). After the World championships 2004 they finished their amateur career.

Kati Winkler is a skilled clerk. She also worked as a choreographer for Christina Beier and William Beier, the current German champions in ice dancing.

Kati Winkler and René Lohse still participate in ice shows.

Results

Olympic Winter Games

* 1998 – 10th place
* 2002 – 8th place


= World championships =

* 1995 – 19th place
* 1996 – 13th place
* 1997 – 12th place
* 1998 – 9th place
* 1999 – 7th place
* 2000 – 6th place
* 2001 – 7th place
* 2002 – 7th place
* 2003 – not participated due to injury
* 2004 – 3rd place


= European championships =

* 1993 – 16th place
* 1995 – 15th place
* 1996 – 9th place
* 1998 – 9th place
* 1999 – 6th place
* 2000 – 5th place
* 2001 – 6th place
* 2002 – not participated due to injury
* 2003 – 5th place
* 2004 – not participated due to injury

East German championships (Nationals)

* 1990 – 1st place

German championships (Nationals) (after the reunification)

* 1992 – 2nd place
* 1993 – 2nd place
* 1994 – 3rd place
* 1995 – 2nd place
* 1996 – 1st place
* 1998 – 1st place
* 1999 – 1st place
* 2000 – 1st place
* 2001 – not participated due to injury
* 2002 – not participated due to injury
* 2003 – 1st place
* 2004 – 1st place

External links

* [http://www.winkler-lohse.de Homepage]
* [http://www.caretoicedance.com/winloh.html Care to Ice Dance? - Winkler & Lohse]

Persondata
NAME=Winkler, Kati
ALTERNATIVE NAMES=
SHORT DESCRIPTION=German figure skater
DATE OF BIRTH=January 16 1974
PLACE OF BIRTH=Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany
DATE OF DEATH=
PLACE OF DEATH=


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Kati Winkler — Nation …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kati Winkler — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Winkler. Kati Winkler Kati Winkler avec René Lohse aux championnats du monde 2004 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Winkler (Familienname) — Winkler ist ein deutscher Familienname. Herkunft und Bedeutung Im Niederdeutschen und Niederländischen übertrug sich die Bezeichnung Winkel für Hausecke auf Kramladen und so zu Winkler, dem Kleinhändler.[1] Varianten Winckler Bekannte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Winkler — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Patronyme : Alexander Winkler (1865 1935), compositeur russe Alfred Winkler (1946 …), homme politique allemand Alois Winkler (1838 1925), homme… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Rene Lohse — René Lohse (* 23. September 1973 in Berlin) ist ein deutscher Eistänzer. Kati Winkler und René Lohse hier bei der Pflicht im Eistanzen bei der Weltmeisterschaft im Eiskunstlaufen2004 in Dortmund …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • René Lohse — Nation …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • German Figure Skating Championships — For the 2011 competition, see 2011 German Figure Skating Championships. For the competition held by the German Democratic Republic between 1949 and 1990, see East German Figure Skating Championships. The German Figure Skating Championships… …   Wikipedia

  • Deutsche Eiskunstlaufmeisterschaften — Die Deutschen Eiskunstlaufmeisterschaften finden jährlich mit dem Ziel statt, die besten deutschen Eiskunstläufer in den fünf Teildisziplinen Herren, Damen, Paare, Eistanzen und Synchroneiskunstlauf zu küren. Die ersten deutschen Meisterschaften… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Eistanz — Die olympische Sportart Eistanzen ist eine der vier Disziplinen des Eiskunstlaufs. Ein Eistanzpaar besteht aus einer Dame und einem Herrn. Eistanzen basiert auf schritttechnischen Grundlagen, die exakt, temporeich und in Anpassung an die Musik… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Championnats d'Allemagne de patinage artistique — Les championnats d Allemagne de patinage artistique (en allemand: Deutsche Eiskunstlaufmeisterschaften) sont organisés chaque année pour déterminer les champions nationaux de l Allemagne. La première compétition nationale de patinage artistique… …   Wikipédia en Français


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.