Success at the European Championships: German Police Coaches Lead Strong Team to Victory

Success at the European Championships: German Police Coaches Lead Strong Team to Victory

The two police coaches Luise Malzahn and Holk Silbersack went into the European Championships full of expectations. “We are in a great position and have a strong team. We have nothing to hide from,” says Luise Malzahn, looking forward to the two days of competition. Holk Silbersack is also very excited. “I am happy that we are standing in this great hall with so many Germans, we are going to have a blast,” he says before the competitions.

How close both of them are to the results of the coming hours with their wishes and hopes became clear over the course of the day. Vivien Herrmann wins the European Championship title, five male and female athletes become Vice European Champions and five other judoka win bronze. There are also two fifth places and one seventh place.

Vivien Herrmann starts in the -63 kg class after a bye and wins all her fights with Ippon. After three fights she can celebrate her European championship title. “Standing on the podium with gold at the end of a long and exhausting day makes me very happy,” she says beaming after the competition.

Five athletes become Vice European Champions and even stand on the podium together with other German teammates in four weight classes.

On the cover photo, all medal winners are together with their support staff.

from left: Dr. Maren Freyher (Chairman DPSK), Arndt Jokschat (Managing Director DPSK), trainer Luise Malzahn, Karsten Zscherpe (physio), all medal winners of the first day, DPSK specialist Johannes Daxbacher, referee Klaus Pfaffl and in front trainer Holk Silbersack.

2024-06-14 19:34:35
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