Marina Kielmann

Marina Kiel man ( born January 31, 1968 in Dortmund ) is a German figure skater and roll.

  • 3.1 World Championships
  • 3.2 European Championships
  • 3.3 German Championships


Marina Kiel man began her career at the TSC Eintracht Dortmund, then started for the ERC Westfalen Dortmund later. She was trained by her mother Heather Kiel man. Also Marina Kiel 's brother Sven was skaters.

Even as a four -year-old Marina Kiel man started with figure skating. After the second place in the German youth championship in 1979, it celebrated its first major success in pair skating with Oliver Dörendahl and won with him in 1981 the silver medal at the German Championships.

In artistic roller skating, she was initially more successful than figure skating. In addition to several medals at European and World Championships, she brought it up to the Vice World Champion 1990.

Later she concentrated on figure skating and won several medals at the European Championships in the individual running. The greatest success at the European Championships was winning the silver medal in 1992 in Lausanne. Her greatest success in World Figure Skating Championships was 4th place in 1994. Two 10th places in 1988 and 1992 at the Olympic Games in Calgary and Albertville and the victory at the Universiade in 1989 rounded off the success story.

In 1995, she ended her amateur career and went for a few years to " Holiday on Ice". Since 2005, Ms. Kiel man is in possession of the coach -A license from the German Skating Union.

Marina Kiel man was working in their trained profession as an office clerk in the administration of the TSC Eintracht Dortmund, the sports club, where began her career as a child, until November 2009.

Since then, she lives and works in Berlin.

In the " Tour of Hope ", a bike ride in favor of cancer and children suffering from leukemia since 1997 she has been a permanent team.

Since 30 November 2006, she supported the charitable organization Children's laughter from her hometown Dortmund as an ambassador.

Achievements / results (Figure Skating)

Olympic games

World Championships

European Championships

German Championships

Single run

Pair of running

Other competitions

Achievements / Results ( Roller Skating )

World Championships

European Championships

German Championships