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German Gymnastics Federation e. V. (DTB)

DTB Men’s and Women’s Team for Liverpool

Germany national gymnastics world cup standing

After yesterday’s women’s and men’s qualifying competitions in Rüsselsheim, Hesse, the two teams were named to the World Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool on Sunday (October 16, 2022).

The DTB Steering Committees decided on the following starters for the title fights taking place in the UK from October 29 to November 6:

Women’s team with Anna-Lena Koenig (TV Bodersfair), Emma Mallowski (Toss Chemnitz Altendorf), Pauline Schäfer Beetz (KTV Chemnitz), Karina Schönemeyer (Blau-Weiss Buchholz) and Elisabeth Seitz (MTV Stuttgart). Leah Marie Quas (TuS Chemnitz-Altendorf) will secure the team as a replacement gymnast.

The men’s team consists of: Lukas Dauser (TSV Unterhaching), Nils Dunkel (SV Halle), Lucas Kochan (SC Cottbus), Andreas Toba (TK Hannover) and Glenn Trebing (TK Hannover). The alternate is Nick Clessing of SV Halley.

“We have seen a good final qualification for both women and men. On both teams we will start in Liverpool with a mix of experienced and young gymnasts. Some will complete the team’s first world championship. We are looking forward to the competition in Liverpool, which is also an important intermediate step on the road to the Games. Olympic Games in Paris,” explained DTB Sports Director Thomas Gutkunst.

German gymnasts on Saturday completed their last qualifying competition for the championship title in Rüsselsheim. Emma Mallowski won the all-women’s race and Lukas Daweser won the men’s race again.

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Torsten Hartmann
Pressesprecher/ Media Officer
Deutscher Turner-Bund
069 67801124 [email protected]

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