Annegret Strauch

Annegret Bush ( born December 1, 1968 in Radebeul ) is a former rower from the German Democratic Republic. 1988 she succeeded in the aft of the Olympic victory.

Annegret shrub from SC Einheit Dresden won in 1986 at the East German youth championship in double sculls and won bronze at the World Junior Championship. In 1987 she moved into the eighth and took a boat of this third place in the East German championship. In 1988, she sat in the national team of eight with Judith Zeidler, Kathrin Haacker, Ute Wild, Anja Kluge, Ramona Balthasar, Beatrix Schroer, Ute rod and control woman Daniela Neunast. This new composite crew won the final of the Olympic rowing regatta in Seoul before the boats from Romania and China. For this victory, she was awarded the Patriotic Order of Merit in gold. Together with Ute Wagner- rod joined Bush in 1989 in the coxless four. Together with Ina Justh and Christiane Harzendorf won the two at the World Championships in Bled. The last major appearance of the GDR's national rowing was the 1990 World Cup in Tasmania. Bush, Wagner- rod and Harzendorf sat in the stern and still received a bronze medal.

After the turn changed Annegret shrub of Dresden to the rowing club Saar- Undine Saarbrücken. In 1991, she finished with the German Roller fifth place in the World Cup. At the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992, she joined again in the eighth and won the bronze medal.