Sabrina Mockenhaupt

Mockenhaupt (December 6, 1980 in Siegen) is a German long-distance runner.


Coming from a family of long-distance runners ( the Marathonbestzeiten her parents Fred and Hildegard Mockenhaupt be 2:24:59 or 2:40:41 h h), it was five times each German youth and junior champion. Since 1 September 2001, it is a sports soldier in the sports promotion group of the Armed Forces and has the rank of Sergeant.

2001 brought Mockenhaupt over 5000 meters first of its previous twelve German championship titles over this distance ( more followed in 2002-2005 and 2007-2013 ). About 10,000 feet it was so far eight times German champion (2003-2005, 2007 and 2009-2012 ), in cross-country running nine times (2003-2005, 2007-2011 and 2014).

In 2003 Mockenhaupt the 10,000 - meter race of the IAAF World Championships in Paris / Saint- Denis, but had to get off at the outset of the second half due to illness Constitution.

At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens she won the 10,000 meters the 15th Place. The following year she came at the World Championships in Helsinki over the same distance at No. 17

The first international medal success she succeeded in December 2005 with a second place at the European Cross Country Championships. In fact, however, their first international medal came from the European Indoor Championships in Madrid in 2005. There they occupied initially only the fourth over 3000 meters. However, the second-placed Turkish woman Tezeta Desalegn - Dengersa was later disqualified for doping, and Mockenhaupt got the bronze medal in 2006 subsequently awarded.

At the European Championships in Gothenburg she reached the eighth place in the 10,000 meters and sixth place over 5000 meters. In the same year she started the half-marathon competition of the Cologne Marathon and ran immediately 1:10:35 h, beaten only by Mikitenko.

At the European Indoor Championships in Birmingham in 2007, she fought for a medal in the 3000 -meter run, but had to settle for fourth place, despite their personal indoor best time of 8:45,77 min. A few weeks later, she presented at the Bonn Marathon with 1:11:57 h on a course record at the half marathon distance.

In her debut on the 42.195 km in October 2007 Mockenhaupt won the Cologne Marathon and fulfilled with their time of 2:29:33 h the qualification standard of DLV for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. In the following season, however, she returned to the shorter distances, was at Paderborn Easter Run 10-kilometer second in 32:07 minutes and filled the 10,000 - meter Olympic standard with a time of 31:27,05 min, run on 4 May 2008 Palo Alto. In Beijing, she finished 13th place with her ​​personal record of 31:14,21 min.

On 26 October 2008, she won her second marathon in Frankfurt, also in a new personal best of 2:26:22 h, and thus met the required standard by the DLV qualification for the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in 2009. However, they said, not wanting to start there in the marathon, but in the 10,000 -meter run.

The required standard they met beginning of May 2009 when she won in a time of 31:27,56 min their fifth national title in the 10,000 -meter run. Just four weeks ago, she won the Berlin Half Marathon in a new personal best of 1:08:45 h is also a new personal best, it achieved a 14:59,88 min in the 5000 -meter run and thus remained as the fourth German woman under 15 minutes. Contrary to earlier statements, they announced their intention to compete in the World Athletics Championships in both the 10,000 -meter run and the marathon. Two weeks before the World Championships, however, she changed her mind again and announced, but now to a start in the 10,000 meters to dispense. In the marathon finally finished in 2:30:07 h the 17th Place. A few weeks later she won in 2:30:12 h for the second time since 2007, the Cologne Marathon.

At the European Championships 2010 in Barcelona Mockenhaupt ran on 28 July 2010, the 10,000 meters in 32:06,02 min that finished sixth. At the Berlin Marathon the same year she improved her personal best despite continuous rain by one second to 2:26:21 h and came in fourth place.

The athlete with the nickname " Mocki " is 1,55 m tall and weighs 46 kg. It starts since January 1, 2011 as was 1997 to 2005 for the LG victory. In the years 2006 to 2010, she started for the Cologne club for marathon. On October 30, 2011, she managed the Frankfurt Marathon with a time of 2:28:08 hours to qualify for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

At the European Championships in 2012 Mockenhaupt was fifth in the 10,000 meters, reaching their best international placement over this distance. At the 2012 Olympic Games in London Mockenhaupt came when 10,000 -meter run as a 17 finish.

At the Boston Marathon she finished in April 2013 with 2:30:09 hours tenth. In the New York City Marathon in November 2013, it reached 2:29:10 h seventh place and was the best German in the field.

Since June 2013, it is coached by Dietmar bitter man from Cottbus, who has for a long time Stephan clearance, who finished third in Barcelona at the 1992 Olympic Games in the marathon training. Your biggest success so far, she celebrated with her ​​longtime coach Heinz " Heiner " Weber, who has cared for them until 2011.

Sporting successes

( DNF - Did Not Finish )



When conducted annually since 1985 by the Treaty of Westphalia Rundschau choice for Sportsman of the Year in the district of Siegen -Wittgenstein could reach a total of twelve times the first place since 1998.

A wide audience Mockenhaupt was different video recordings for TV total, as well as her visit there known.