Juliane Schenk

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Juliane Schenk ( * November 26, 1982 in Krefeld, Germany ) is a German badminton player. She has worked as a sports soldier in the army until mid-2013. In March 2014, it ended her international career.

Sporting career

Juliane Schenk began her athletic career at Hülser sports club in Krefeld. For this club, they won in 1997 and their first national success. In the age group U14 she was German champion in women's doubles and Vice Champion in Mixed this year. Two years later she again won the title in women's doubles, but this time in the U17 together with Carina Mette. In the following two years, she again won the double with Mette, now starting for the SC Union 08 Luedinghausen, the title in the U19.

In Luedinghausen she played one years Regional, two years into the 2nd Bundesliga and in 2002 in the 1st Bundesliga. Since 2005, she started for the SG EBT Berlin, but still won for Luedinghausen two German league title in women's doubles among adults in 2004 and 2005. During the following two years, she made her run of four league titles in a row completely.

Due to the semi-finals at the European Championships Individual Juliane Schenk qualified. For participation at the 2008 Olympic Games in China in women's singles Schenk met in the first round to Maria Kristin Yulianti from Indonesia, which was able to prevail in three sets against the German.

In 2012 she was able to win the gold medal at the European Team Championship with the German women's national team. In the same year she was able to achieve a ranking in the top 5 in the world in women's singles first time.

2013 Juliane Schenk not approached at the German Championships because they had received an invitation to participate in the Djarum Super League in 2013 in Indonesia.

On May 31, 2013 Juliane Schenk announced to resign at the end of the national team. By Date 3 June, she was excluded from the DBV with immediate effect from the national squad. On June 15, Juliane reached the final of the Indonesia Open, where you defeated in three sets on June 16, the player Li Xuerui from the People's Republic of China. In the following week, Juliane Schenk was listed as number 2 in the world rankings in women's singles. On 16 July 2013, the SG Empor Brandenburg Gate in 1952 published the news that Juliane Schenk informed the Department that it would no longer compete in the Bundesliga from the upcoming season 2013/2014.


  • - 1998: Hülser sports club ( Krefeld )
  • 1999 - 2004: SC Union 08 Luedinghausen ( One year Regional, two years from 2002 and 2nd Bundesliga 1 Bundesliga)
  • 2005 - 2013: SG Empor Brandenburg Gate 1952

Sporting successes

Partners in women's doubles

German Championships

European Championships

World Championships

Olympic games

European Circuit Final

Other international competitions