Yvonne Bönisch: Olympic Gold Medalist and Judo Trainer

Yvonne Bönisch

Yvonne Snir BonischYvonne Bonisch gives interview at Judo European Championship 2022Full name Yvonne Snir BonischNation Germany GermanyBirthday December 29, 1980Place of birth Ludwigsfelde GermanyHeight 168 cmWeight 57 kgProfession Head coachCareerGraduation 6 Dan Rokudan Club UJKC PotsdamEnd of career September 11, 2009Medal tableOlympic Games 1 0 0 World Championships 0 2 0 European Championships 0 2 0 Olympic GamesGold 2004 Athens up to 57 kg World Championships Silver 2003 Osaka up to 57 kg Silver 2005 Cairo up to 57 kg European Championships Silver 2002 Maribor up to 57 kg Silver 2007 Belgrade up to 57 kg 1 career as a judoka 2 Judo trainer 3 Sporting successes Selection 4 Awards 5 Web links 6 Individual references Career as a judoka Edit She began judo sport in 1987 at JV Ludwigsfelde 2. In 1993 she moved to the Potsdam University Judo and Martial Arts Club UJKC. The year 1995 marked the beginning of her success when she became first At the German U19 Championships in 1999 and 2002 she became German champion in her weight class. In 2002 she came second at the European Championships and in 2003 she won the silver medal at the World Championships in Osaka. At that time she had to give up in the final against the North Korean Kye Sun Hui due to an elbow injury At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, after difficult preliminary fights, she triumphed against, among others, Isabel Fernandez Spain, Olympic champion from Sydney in 2000, and in the semi-finals against Deborah Gravenstijn Netherlands, third in the 2003 World Cup, in the final of the weight class up to 57 kg over the reigning world champion Kye Sun hui North Korea and thus won the first gold medal for the German team at these Olympic Games and the first gold medal for German women in judo at the Olympic Games at all. At the 2005 Judo World Championships in Cairo, she won the silver medal after meeting Kye Sun hui again in the final and this time losing after 38 seconds At the 2007 European Championships, Yvonne Bonisch won silver. She lost in the final with 2 Koka against Isabel Fernandez. On April 15, 2008, she announced that she wanted to boycott the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Beijing because of China’s ongoing human rights violations in Tibet. She lost the first fight in the competition against the later Olympic champion Giulia Quintavalle Italy after her own attack in the consolation round, she managed a victory against the Asian champion Chischigbatyn Erdenet Od Mongolia before losing to Barbara Harel France, who had already eliminated world champion Kye in the preliminary round. Bonisch ended up in ninth place on September 11th In 2009 she announced that she would end her sporting career with immediate effect 4 5 On February 21, 2010 she was awarded the 6 Dan at the Judo Grand Prix in Dusseldorf 6 7 This makes her the youngest 6 Dan wearer in Germany to date 8 Judo trainer EditFrom April 2009 to In 2012, Bonisch studied at the Cologne Coaching Academy. She successfully completed the three-year part-time training in April 2012 with a DOSB diploma as a trainer. Since 2009, she has been working as a trainer at the UJKC Potsdam and has been a full-time head coach since 2012. Since January 1, 2013, she has also been a state trainer in Brandenburg at the beginning of 2015, she was honored as Coach of the Year 2014 at the German Championships 9 In October 2013, she successfully completed her bachelor’s degree in sports management at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences for Sport and Management. From January 1, 2017 to the end of December 2020, Bonisch was the national coach in Israel 10 Since January 1, 2021, Bonisch has been the head coach for men and women in Austria 11 At the Summer Olympics in Tokyo 2021, the judoka Michaela Polleres she supervised won silver 70 kg and Shamil Borchashvili bronze 81 kg 12 sporting successes selection edit 2002 vice European champion 2003 vice world champion 2004 Olympic champion 2005 Vice World Champion 2007 Vice European Champion Multiple German and Int German Champion Multiple World Cup Winner World Rankings First of the Years 2004 2005 2006Awards Edit2004 Europe’s Judoka of the Year 2004 Silver Laurel Leaf 2004 SportStar Award 13 2004 Honorary Citizen of the City of Athens 2004 2005 Female Athlete of the Year from Brandenburg 14 2014 trainer of the year JUDO AUSTRIA AWARDS 2021 Trainer of the year 12 JUDO AUSTRIA AWARDS 2022 Trainer of the year 15 Web links EditOfficial website Memento from August 18, 2022 in the Internet Archive Yvonne Snir Bonisch on Judoinside English Yvonne Bonisch in the Olympedia org database English Individual references Edit SNIR BONISCH Yvonne In Judo Austria Retrieved on December 1, 2022 Austrian German Olympia 2004 In Yvonne Bonisch June 13, 2021 archived from the original on June 13, 2021 accessed on December 27, 2022 Jorg Winterfeldt Beijing 2008 Olympic champion boycotts opening ceremony In DIE WELT April 15, 2008 welt de accessed on July 28, 2022 Strong women on the gentle path Why Austria is a judo nation Retrieved on July 28, 2022 Austrian German Yvonne Bonisch says goodbye to the mat In Yvonne Bonisch Archived from the original on July 28, 2022 Retrieved on July 28, 2022 News Dusseldorf 2017 Judo Grand Prix Retrieved on July 28 2022 Awarding of the 6 Dan In Yvonne Bonisch Archived from the original on May 21, 2022 accessed on July 28, 2022 Safety 23 Well-known Judokas & Judo Actors In DefPort September 25, 2022 accessed on May 23, 2023 Yvonne Bonisch is Trainer of the Year at the trainer academy koeln de accessed on 3 February 2017 Judo ace Yvonne Bonisch leaves Potsdam Memento from February 10, 2017 in the Internet Archive on maz online de accessed on February 3, 2017 German Olympic champion Bonisch new OJV head coach on sn at accessed on June 9, 2021 from She makes the difference In Judo Austria accessed on January 16, 2022 on July 28, 2022 Austrian German Sport Determine location in Lubeck UJKC Judokas at German Championship In Der Tagesspiegel Online October 21, 2004 ISSN 1865 2263 tagesspiegel de accessed on November 11, 2022 Markische Allgemeine December 16, 2013 S 18 Wolfgang Eichler Judo Austria Awards In Judo Austria November 20 2022 accessed on November 27, 2022 Austrian German Olympic champions in lightweight judo 1992 Spain nbsp Miriam Blasco 1996 Cuba nbsp Driulis Gonzalez 2000 Spain nbsp Isabel Fernandez 2004 Germany nbsp Yvonne Bonisch 2008 Italy nbsp Giulia Quintavalle 2012 Japan nbsp Kaori Matsumoto 2016 Brazil nbsp Rafaela Silva 2020 Kosovo nbsp Nora GjakovaList of Olympic champions in judo Norm data Person GND 1250675367 lobid OGND AKS VIAF 6003164423011120530007 Wikipedia People search Personal data NAME Bonisch YvonneALTERNATIVE NAMES Snir Bonisch Yvonne Married name SHORT DESCRIPTION German judoka Olympic champion 2004DATE OF BIRTH 29 December 1 980BIRTHPLACE Ludwigsfelde Retrieved from https de wikipedia org w index php title Yvonne Bonisch amp oldid 239464793

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