Anna Bader

Natasha Anna Bader ( born December 12, 1983 in Mutlangen ) is a German clip jumper jumper and water. She is seven -time European champion cliff jumping and won at the World Swimming Championships in 2013 the bronze medal.


Anna Bader was born as a daughter of two-time Olympian in Gymnastics Angelika core Bader in Baden-Württemberg Mutlangen and grew up in Morbach in the Hunsrück and in North Rhine -Westphalia; she attended for two years the primary school in Teningen. Between 1994 and 1996 she trained under the guidance of Olympic champion Viktor Klimenko and Larissa in the State Training Centre for Gymnastics in Niederwörresbach and qualified twice for the German retail championships. At the age of 13, she began additionally SSV Trier with the water Jumping, In 1999, Bader because of better training conditions for Mainz swimming club. 2001 Anna Bader was German team champion in artistic gymnastics with the KTV Niederwörresbach.

Between 2000 and 2003 Anna Bader reached several medals at the German Youth Championships in the arts and diving; among other things, she was German champion in 2002 in the combination. Together with Ina Schmitt won Bader at the German Senior Championships 2004 in Aachen the bronze medal in synchronized diving. The German Swimming Federation ( DSV) also called them once in the B1 the Germany squad. In December 2013 Bader also won in Dresden together with Julia Wenskus with the German team championship the DSV Kürpokal synchronized diving from the tower.

At age 17, Bader learned in Jamaica know the cliff jumping. In 2005 she was in Ponte Brolla ( Switzerland ) for the first time European champion in the women cliff jumping. She repeated this success in 2007 in Ponte Brolla, 2008 Cavergno ( Switzerland ) and, in 2009, 2011 and 2012 in Ponte Brolla. In 2013 she took part in Ponte Brolla to the mixed competition, in which they behind the Swiss Andreas Hulliger took second place overall and the seventh time won the European championship title of the women. With the World Swimming Championships 2013 in Barcelona, ​​Spain for the first time a competition was held in the High Diving. In the women's competition from 20 meters height Anna Bader won on July 30 behind the U.S. women Cesilie Carlton and Ginger Huber the bronze medal.

Between 2010 and 2012, Bader appeared in the biggest water show in the world "The House of Dancing Water " in Macao. In August 2013, it was featured in the German edition of men's magazine Playboy.

In 2003, Bader in Mainz from her high school and then studied at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz English, Spanish and Geography. 2014, it began in Freiburg im Breisgau her teacher training in the subjects of English and geography.