Mandy Wötzel

Olympische Ringe
ice art running
bronze of 1998 pairs

Mandy Wötzel (* 21. July 1973 in Karl Marx city) is a German Eiskunstläuferin.

Mandy Wötzel began as a child with the ice art running. Their Paarlauftrainerin was Monika disk. Mandy Wötzel started first for the sports club Karl Marx city, which became after the reunification the sports club Chemnitz.

In the pair run Mandy Wötzel gathered first with Axel Rauschenbach and became with it 2. with the European championships 1989. According to a heavy training accident 1992, after Mandy Wötzel was appropriate briefly in coma, the pair separated.

1992 changed it the partner and started from now on with Ingo tax. The pair Wötzel/tax became 1995 European champions and 1997 even world champion. In the same year they won also the Grand Prix final. 1997 followed for both a knee operation. In addition Ingo tax had still another car accident. They won the bronze medal nevertheless with the olympic plays 1998 in Nagano.

1998 changed both into the professional camp.

Table of contents

of successes/results (if not differently mentions, with Ingo tax)

olympic winter plays

  • 1992 - 8. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1994 - given up after fall in the cure and injury of Mandy Wötzel
  • 1998 - 3. Rank

world championships

  • 1988 - 8. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1989 - not participated
  • 1990 - 7. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1991 - not participated
  • 1992 - not participated
  • 1993 - 2. Rank
  • 1994 - 4. Rank
  • 1995 - 5. Rank
  • 1996 - 2. Rank
  • 1997 - 1. Rank
  • 1998 - not participated

European championships

  • 1988 - 5. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1989 - 2. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1990 - not participated
  • 1991 - 5. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1992 - 6. Rank
  • 1993 - 2. Rank
  • 1994 - 5. Rank
  • 1995 - 1. Rank
  • 1996 - 2. Rank
  • 1997 - 2. Rank
  • 1998 - 3. Rank

GDR championships

  • 1988 - 2. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1989 - 1. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1990 - 1. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach

German championships

  • 1991 - 1. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1992 - 2. Rank with Axel Rauschenbach
  • 1993 - 1. Rank
  • 1994 - not participated
  • 1995 - 1. Rank
  • 1996 - 1. Rank
  • 1997 - 1. Rank
  • 1998 - not participated


 

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