The German Team For The WEG Is Almost Complete

The individuals & pas de deux of Germany for the world championships are fixed:

Females: Kristina Boe & Corinna Knauf

Males: Erik Oese, Viktor Brüsewitz & Thomas Brüsewitz

Pas de deux: Pia Engelberty & Torben Jacobs plus Gera Grün & Justin van Gerven

Isn’t Germany the country with the most vaulters? Why isn’t there a third woman good enough? I mean the goal to be placed under the first five is utopistic.

Adele Feuerstein

I am Adele Feuerstein the founder of the blog. I used to vault & train teams in Germany. Now I am only an observer & love to share my knowledge about international vaulting with you.

5 thoughts on “The German Team For The WEG Is Almost Complete

    • July 15, 2014 at 4:36 PM
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      Yes, you are right. She is from Neuss & some articles in the Internet say they are so proud that they had such an important part of the win at the nations cup.

  • July 15, 2014 at 3:11 PM
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    I already found out about my previous question.

    Now about the damen… Yes, I think you are gonna have a hard time getting on top 5. But where did your individuals go? I mean, where are the girls from Ingelsberg and Neuss, for an example?

    Do you think you are gonna make it with the herren?

    • July 15, 2014 at 5:01 PM
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      The individuals from Neuss only start at the national competitions. I would have to take a look in the rules, but I don’t think it is possible to compete in the team & as individual at the world championships. So if Neuss goes as team there is Regina Burgmayer from Ingelsberg: She was 5. at the selection in Krumke. Third was Christine Kuhirt 0,136 behind Kristina Boe. I don’t get it, why she isn’t allowed to start. There are other nations with a much longer drive & the rest of the Germans are going anyway. Results: http://cvi-krumke.jimdo.com/app/download/6107233563/53c53d62%2F7a166619bbabe3c897659df8cfb8499d46bfc164%2FComp+No+2+-+CVI3+-+Individual+Female+-+Total.pdf?t=1404050207

      If the German Males could win? Oh, I don’t know. I would like to see Eric Oese on the first place but the french men are strong: Jacques Ferrari, Nicolas Andreani, Vincent Haennel or Remy Hombeque. http://pole-europeen-du-cheval.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Amateur-elite-homme-TOTAL.pdf
      But who definitly deserves it to finally win a championship is Stefan Csandl from Austria. But neither he nor the Germans have own good horses.

      Females: It will be a race between Joanne Eccles, Anna Cavallaro, Rikke Laumann & Simone Jäiser. I love Mary McCormicks & the Austrian vaulters but it won’t be enough. Corinna Knauf has the same freestyle for the second or third year. I don’t like that. Kristina Boe is ok, but not one of the leading vaulters in the world.

      I think I missed some good vaulters who could play a role at the WEG. Fact is, most of the time I root for Austria, Great Britain, Slovakia, Denmark, USA, France or something else. I roote for the performance I like the most & I don’t know when this was a German vaulter or team…

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