Oliver Roggisch

Oliver Roggisch on 21 February 2007

As of March 9, 2014

Roggisch Oliver ( born August 25, 1978 in Villingen -Schwenningen ) is a German handball player.


The 2.02 m wide circle runner and defensive specialist began his career at TuS Schutter forest. Further stations were FRESH UP! Göppingen and TuSEM food. From food, he moved from 1 July 2005 to the SC Magdeburg and after the 2006/2007 season at the Rhein- Neckar Löwen. Here he had signed a three-year contract in December 2006.

Meanwhile, it is used on the circular runner position only rarely and plays, both in the club and in the national team, mostly in defense.

Roggisch announced on 15 March 2002 his international debut against Switzerland in Dessau. He participated in the World Championships in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013, and at the European Championships in 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2012 with the national team. Overall Roggisch has played 200 international matches, where he threw 48 goals.

In 2007 he celebrated his biggest success was with Germany and world champion. He was awarded the Silver Laurel Leaf for this triumph. In addition, he won the same year the EHF Cup with the SC Magdeburg. In 2013 he won the Rhein-Neckar Löwen the EHF European Cup.

At the 2008 European Championships in Norway, he reached the 4th place, but had to fit injured after the main round.

24 May 2008 Roggisch married his longtime girlfriend Astrid Böhringer.

For health reasons, he stopped after the 2013/14 season of his career.

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