Peggy Schwarz

Peggy Black ( born September 4, 1971 in Berlin) is a former German figure skater, which was launched in pair skating for the GDR and Germany.

She grew up with her ​​single mother and began in 1975 with the figure skating. To pair skating they came at the age of 9 years. My first partner was Olaf Stenzel. Since 1985, she ran with Alexander King. She started for the SC Dynamo Berlin and SC Berlin. Your trainer was Heidemarie Steiner -Walther.

With king 1988 DDR Champion in pair skating and won at the European Championships in Prague the bronze medal behind the Soviet pairs Gordejewa Ekaterina and Sergei Grinkow and Larissa Selezneva and Oleg Makarov. Your best result at the World Championships was fourth place in 1989. At the Olympic Games in 1988, 1992 and 1994, they finished in seventh place, respectively. 1990 changed Peggy Black and Alexander König their coach. Coach was henceforth Knut Schubert. 1992 Black and King also German pair skating champion. In 1994, Peggy Black a baby break. My son was born on 1 April 1995, father is Heiko Brestrich, a former football player.

Since May 1996 trained and launched it with Mirko Müller. Their coach was again Knut Schubert. From 1998 to 2000, they were German champions. At the European Championships in 1999 and 2000 they missed a medal in fourth scarce. Their greatest success was winning the bronze medal at the 1998 World Cup in Minneapolis behind the Russians Jelena Bereschnaja and Anton Sikharulidze and the Americans Jenni Meno and Todd Sand. The Olympic Games in 1998, they finished in ninth place. In 2000 Peggy Black ended her active figure skating career due to chronic hip displacement ( dysplasia). Peggy Black is a trainer since 2000 in Grimsby, Saxony.


Pair of running

(until 1994 with Alexander King, from 1996 with Mirko Müller)

Z = Withdrawn