Cumbernuss, Astrid

Astrid Kumbernuss - Date and place of birth
February 5, 19701970-02-05 47 years old - Grevesmühlen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany - Citizenship - Germany Germany
Height
186 cm
Weight
89 kg
Club
SC Neubrandenburg - Sports career
1987—2005 - IAAF
61014 - Personal records - Core
21 , 22 m 1995 - Disc
66.60 m 1988 - Personal indoor records - Core
20.30 m 1996 - International medals - Olympic Games in Gold
Atlanta 1996
core
Bronze
Sydney 2000
core
World Championships
Gold
Gothenburg 1995
core
Gold
Athens 1997
core
Gold
Sevilla 1999
core
World Championships in pom length - Silver - Paris 1997 - core - Bronze - Birmingham 2003
core - European Championships - Gold - Split 1990
core
Silver
Helsinki 1994
core
European Indoor Championships - Bronze
Genoa 1992
core
Gold
Paris 1994
core
Gold
Stockholm 1996
core
Bronze
Ghent 2000
core
Last updated: September 7, 2016
Astrid Kumbernuss Eng Astrid Kumbernuss, born February 5, 1970, Grevesmühlen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany - former German shot putter, 1996 Olympic champion12, three-time world champion 1995, 1997, 1999, champion ka Europe 1990, two-time European indoor champion 1994, 1996
Contents
1 Biography
2 Main results
3 Notes
4 Links
Biography edit
Started to put shots in 13 years debuted at international competitions in 1987 at the European Championships among juniors, where she became a silver medalist in discus throwing. In 1988 at the World Championships among juniors in Greater Sudbury she became a silver medalist in discus throwing. In 1989, she won the European Championships among juniors in discus and shot put
Win in 1990 and in the shot put at the European Championships in Split, and for the next decade she was one of the strongest athletes in this discipline. In 1997 she was recognized as the “Best Athlete of Europe”. In 1998 she gave birth to her son Philip. In 2005, she completed her sports career
Main results edit
Year
Competitions
Venue
Place
Discipline
Result
1987
European Championship among juniors
Birmingham, Great Britain
02!
disc
63.56 m
1988
World Junior Championships in Greater Sudbury, Canada 02!
Disc
64.08 m - 1989
Championship Europe with junior team
Varazdin, Yugoslavia on 01!
disc
63.70 m on 01!
core
19.53 m on 1990
European Championship
Split, Yugoslavia - 01!
core
20.38 m - 1992
European Indoor Championships, Genoa, Italy on 03!
core
19.37 m - 1993 World Cup - Stuttgart, Germany 6–6
core
19.42 m - IAAF Grand Prix Final
London, England
02!
core
19.37 m
1994
European Championship
Helsinki, Finland
02!
core
19.49 m
European Championship Indoors - Paris, France - 01!
core - 19.44 m - IAAF World Cup - London, England
03!
core
18, 89 m - 1995
Final of the IAAF Grand Prix - Monte Carlo, Monaco - 01!
core - 20.20 m - World Cup - Gothenburg, Sweden - 01!
core - 21.22 m - 1996
European Indoor Championships - Stockholm, Sweden
01!
core
19.79 m
Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, USA on 01!
core
20.56 m - 1997
Indoor World Championship
Paris, France
02!
core
19.92 m
World Cup
Athens, Greece on 01!
core
20.71 m
IAAF Grand Prix Final - Fukuoka, Japan
01!
core
20.95 m



World Championship - Seville, Spain
01!
core - 19.85 m - IAAF Grand Prix Final - Munich, Germany
02!
core - 19.13 m - 2000
European Championship in Indoors - Ghent, Belgium - 03!
core
19.12 m - Summer Olympics - Sydney, Australia on 03!

core
19.62 m
2001
World Cup
Edmonton, Canada 6 on
core
19.25 m - IAAF Grand Prix Final
Melbourne, Australia - 01!
core - 18.94 m - 2002
European Championship
Munich, Germany
4
core
19.22 m
IAAF World Cup
Madrid, Spain 03!
core
19.11 m
2003
Championship Indoor World Cup - Birmingham, England - 03!
core - 19.86 m - European Cup - Florence, Italy
01!
core 19, 46 m - World Athletics Finals - Monte Carlo, Monaco - 4 - core
18.89 m - World Cup - Paris, France
15 q
core - 17.83 m
2004
Summer Olympics kie games - Athens, Greece
14 q
core
17.89 m
Notesedited
↑ Astrid KUMBERNUSS
↑ Their Moment; From comrade to capitalist, grumpily
Linksedit
Astrid Cumbernuss - profile on the IAAF website
Astrid Cumbernuss - Olympic statistics on the site Sports-Referencecom eng
Olympic champions in shot put
1948: Michelin Ostermeier
1952: Galina Zybina
1956: Tamara Tyszkiewicz
1960: Tamara Press
1964: Tamara Press
1968: Margitta Gummel
1972: Nadezhda Chizhova
1976: Ivanka Hristova
1980: Ilona Slupyanek
1984: Claudia Lauch
1988: Natalya Lisovskaya
1992: Svetlana Kriveleva
1996: As thunder Kumbernuss
2000: Ioannina Korolchik 2004: Yumileidi Kumba 2008: Valerie Wiley 2012: Valerie Adams 2016: Michelle Carter
World Shot Put Champions 1983: Helena Fibingerova | 1987: Natalia Lisovskaya | 1991: Huang Zhihong | 1993: Huang Zhihong | 1995: Astrid Cumbernuss | 1997: Astrid Cumbernuss | 1999: Astrid Cumbernuss | 2001: Ioannina Korolchik | 2003: Svetlana Kriveleva | 2005: Nadezhda Ostapchuk | 2007: Valerie Wiley | 2009: Valerie Wiley | 2011: Valerie Adams | 2013: Valerie Adams | 2015: Christina Schwanitz


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