Germany

GermanyThe German Women’s National Team enters the 2014 World Championship on a high note. As the top-ranked team in the world and the reigning Paralympic champion, Germany is arguably the team to beat in Toronto.

Germany has achieved podium success in the past at the world championship, however the German Women are still in search of the first world crown in team history.

History at the World Championship

  • 2010 – Birmingham, United Kingdom – Silver
  • 2006 – Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Bronze
  • 2002 – Kitakyushu, Japan – 7th place
  • 1998 – Sydney, Australia – 5th place
  • 1994 – Stoke Mandeville, United Kingdom – 5th place
  • 1990 – St. Etienne, France – Silver

Team Roster

# NAME
CLASS BORN
HOMETOWN
4 Mareike Adermann 4.5 03-Aug-90 Hamburg
5 Johanna Welin 2.0 24-Jun-84 Munich
6 Simone Kues 1.0 08-Nov-76 Hamburg
7 Edina Mueller 2.5 28-Jun-83 Hamburg
8 Annika Zeyen 1.5 17-Feb-85 Hamburg
9 Laura Fuerst 2.0 23-Apr-91 Munich
10 Gesche Schuenemann 4.5 18-Nov-82 Hamburg
11 Maya Lindholm 2.5 20-Dec-90 Hamburg
12 Annabel Breuer 1.5 23-Oct-92 Giessen
13 Anne Briessmann 1.0 28-Jul-72 Einhausen
14 Marina Mohnen 4.5 31-Oct-78 Cologne
15 LindaDahle 4.5 08-Nov-91 Dusseldorf
Elm City Sports Club

 

Team Staff

Head Coach: Holger Glinicki
Assistant Coach: Josef Jaglowski
Team Manager: Timo Bauer