Gabriele Geissler

Gabriele “Gaby” Geissler - late Gabriele Orgis (* 1. November 1944 in Dresden) was a German Tischtennisspielerin. For the GDR it won 1969 with the world championship the silver medal.

Between 1963 and 1980 Gaby Geissler controlled the table tennis scene with the ladies in the GDR. 9 times she became GDR master in the single, 17 times won her the crew championship. Their largest international success was the 2.Platz with the table tennis world championship 1969 in Munich, where it was subject to the Japanese Toshiko Kowada with 1:3 in the final game despite the profit in the 1.Satz. Before it had successively won against a Koreanerin (5 sentences), against Svetlana Grinberg (Soviet Union, 4 sentences), against the West German Edith Wetzel (5 sentences after 0:2 arrears) as well as against the Japanese Miho Hamada (of again 5 sentences after 0:2 arrears).

Their Fairness proved Gaby Geissler, when she gave a wrong decision of the arbitrator corrected and their Gegnerin in the 1.Satz of the final game with the conditions of 17:18 one point, by striking intentionally a ball.

Until today (2004) Gaby Geissler is the only German, which reached the final game after the 2.Weltkrieg with a WM. Already before the war Astrid cancer brook got 1934 and 1936 twice the silver medal.

1970 fell Geissler in disgrace. She refused, with the federation coach and SED - functionary Werner Rahnfeld co-operating, in addition one accused west contacts to her. Therefore it was not considered closed and for the European championship 1970 in Moscow. Also the association BSG foreign trade Berlin had to do in December 1970 with the Europacup of the national masters without Geissler. Thus their international career was terminated. It was appointed approximately 60 times into the GDR national team.

career/development

first was Geissler successfully in the game of chess. 1958 became it Schülermeisterin of Berlin east. Afterwards it shifted the emphasis on table tennis. Here different coaches promoted such as Gerhard Lasensky, Rainer Lotsch, Lothar Rönsch, Gerhard Jäkel and Heinz head the development of the Abwehrspielerin. Missing talent adjusted it by persistent training eagerness. It began 1958 with the association unit Berlin. 1963 changed it to TSC Berlin, 1967 to BSG foreign trade Berlin. 1990 turned it back to TSC Berlin. Here it still played in the 2.Bundesliga. 1994 terminated it their active career. It lives in Berlin.

1989 came to Geissler again into the footlights. The DTTB had invited it together with Heinz cutters to the world championships to Dortmund. The DTSB of the GDR refused first the departure. Thereupon cutter weighted by letter with Egon Krenz, which was responsible for the sport in the SED Politbüro at that time. On western side sat down Wolfgang mix-nod (leaders of the parliamentary group of the FDP) for the departure in. With success, cutter and Orgis Geissler were allowed to travel nevertheless to Dortmund.

successes

  • world championships
    • 1963 in Prague: 5.Platz with team
    • 1965 in Ljubljana: 10. place with team
    • 1967 in Stockholm: Quarter final single (Kimiyo Morisawa lost) against the later world champion, 8.Platz with team
    • 1969 in Munich: 2.Platz single, 7.Platz with team


  • European championships
    • 1961 in bath bright castle (youth EM): 3.Platz with team of the girls
    • 1964 in Malmö: 7.Platz with team
    • 1966 in London: Quarter final single, 7.Platz with team
    • 1968 in Lyon: Quarter final single, quarter final double, quarter final Mixed, 6.Platz with team
  • European Cup of the national masters (European club Cup OF champion)
    • 1968 - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1969 - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
  • GDR championships
    • 1964 in Schwerin - 1.Platz single
    • 1965 in Berlin - 1.Platz single, 2.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1966 in Jena - 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1967 in Görlitz - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1968 in Schkeuditz - 2. Place single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt, 1.Platz Mixed with Siegfried Lemke
    • 1969 in Dresden - 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1970 in resounding new city - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1971 in free mountain - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt, 1.Platz Mixed with Bernd Raue
    • 1972 in iron oh - 2. Place single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1973 in bright castle (resin) - 2. Place single, 2.Platz double with R.Möbes, 1.Platz Mixed with Bernd Raue
    • 1974 in Erfurt - 1.Platz single, 2.Platz double with C.Strauss, 2.Platz Mixed with Bernd Raue
    • 1975 in Brandenburg - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double with M.Lange
    • 1976 in Ludwig desire - 2. Place single, 2.Platz double with E.Stöckel, 1.Platz Mixed with Bernd Raue
    • 1978 in Berlin - 1.Platz single
    • 1979 in Eberswalde - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double with K.Kormnik, 1.Platz Mixed with N.Dre
    • 1980 in Leipzig - 2. Place single, 1.Platz Mixed with N.Dre
  • international championships
    • 1965 in GDR - 3.Platz single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1966 in Poland - 1.Platz double with Erika judge, 1.Platz team
    • 1967 in Yugoslavia - 2.Platz single
    • 1968 in Poland - 1.Platz single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt, 1.Platz team
    • 1968 in CSSR - 3.Platz single, 2.Platz double
    • 1969 in GDR - 2.Platz single, 2.Platz double, 1.Platz team
    • 1969 in Hungary - 2.Platz single, 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1969 in Yugoslavia - 2.Platz Mixed
    • 1971 in GDR - 1.Platz double with Doris Hovestädt
    • 1973 in GDR - 2.Platz double
    • 1979 in GDR - 3.Platz single
  • GDR crew championships
    • 1964 in Schwerin - 1.Platz with TSC Berlin
    • 1965 in Berlin - 1.Platz with TSC Berlin
    • 1966 in Jena - 1.Platz with TSC Berlin
    • 1967 in Görlitz - 1.Platz with TSC Berlin
    • 1968 in Schkeuditz - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1969 in Dresden - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1970 in resounding new city - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1971 in free mountain - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1972 in iron oh - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1973 in bright castle (resin) - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1974 in Erfurt - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1975 in Brandenburg - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1976 in Ludwig desire - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1977 in Cottbus - 2.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1978 in Berlin - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1979 in Eberswalde - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1980 in Leipzig - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1981 in dark forest - 1.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1982 in free mountain - 2.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
    • 1984 in Zwickau - 2.Platz with BSG foreign trade Berlin
  • national one German senior championships
    • 1990 in Itzehoe - 2.Platz single (Ü40)
    • 1991 in Hagen - 2.Platz double with E.K.Zemke (Ü40)
    • 1992 in two-bridges - 1.Platz double with E.K.Zemke (Ü40)



1944 PLACE OF BIRTH DYING DATE
 

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