Synonyms for imke or Related words with imke

maike              birte              kathrin              annelie              svenja              antje              duplitzer              isabell              wiebke              annelies              mirjam              frauke              annegret              kerstin              meike              hitzer              moniek              gitte              roswitha              mareike              maartje              elke              cordula              christl              dorothee              elfgard              maaike              elfi              cathrin              kaserer              waltraud              oppelt              gutensohn              renate              ehrberg              almut              rebekka              heidemarie              mascha              silke              sigrun              katja              katrin              verena              atje              krahwinkel              anke              liivak              lieke              edeltraud             

Examples of "imke"
In 2007, Dutch junior gymnast Imke Glas was seriously injured after a fall on a vault.
Frauke-Imke Eickhoff (born October 24, 1967) is a German former Olympic judoka.
Imke Glas (born August 30, 1994) is a Dutch artistic gymnast.
Van Heerden is married to Kaia, a practising doctor, and lives in Stellenbosch. The couple has two daughters, Imke and Menán.
David Folkerts-Landau was born in north-west Germany and at 14 years old was sent to a Scottish boarding school. He is reported to maintain links to his birthplace. He is the grandson of Imke Folkerts.
Marković won the bronze medal in the épée team event at the 2006 World Fencing Championships after beating Romania in the bronze medal match. She accomplished this with her team mates Imke Duplitzer, Claudia Bokel and Britta Heidemann.
Cornelissen was selected to represent the Netherlands at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing as a reserve. The original team consisted of Anky van Grunsven, Imke Bartels and Hans Peter Minderhoud.
Imke Anne Marian Schellekens-Bartels (born March 15, 1977 in Eindhoven) is an equestrian from the Netherlands, who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. Her mother Tineke was also a competitor in dressage.
Claudia Bokel fought for the Fencing-Club Tauberbischofsheim. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, she won the silver medal in the épée competition with her teammates, Britta Heidemann and Imke Duplitzer. She also competed at the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics.
Four years later Bartels repeated that feat, this time with Van Grunsven and the couple Gonnelien and Sven Rothenberger. She competed in four Summer Olympics for her native country, starting in 1984. Her daughter Imke competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
The history of the Dressage World Cup is closely connected to the history of the Grand Prix Freestyle. In 1984 Joep Bartels (former rider, husband of Tineke Bartels and father of Imke Schellekens-Bartels) saw Reiner Klimke and "Ahlerich" perform the one tempi changes to John Williams' Olympic Fanfare at the 1984 Summer Olympics. Inspired by this, he thought of a freestyle dressage competition.
The Schlotte Carnival society in Schifferstadt has awarded the Order of the Saumagen since 1992. Landau hosts a Saumagen-competition, the "Internationale Pfälzer Saumagen-Wettbewerb". Uniqe receipes include e.g. fish or deer stuffing. The first laureats, Imke Bruns and Iris Wittmann are now members of the jury.
At the 2002 FIE World Championships Hyun won the women's individual épée final match over Imke Duplitzer of Germany 15-11. She was the first Asian fencer to win a gold medal at the World Championships. In that year, Hyun was named South Korean Sportswoman of the Year.
She won a gold medal at the 2001 World Fencing Championships and at the 2006 European Seniors Fencing Championship épée event. During the 2006 World Fencing Championships, she won the bronze medal after beating Romania in the épée team event together with her team mates Imke Duplitzer, Britta Heidemann and Marijana Markovic.
Jesika Jacqueline Jiménez Luna (born June 8, 1980) is a Panamanian fencer. She competed in the individual épée event at the 2008 Summer Olympics, and was also the nation's flag bearer at the opening ceremony. She earned her first victory against Yana Shemyakina (Ukraine) in the first round, but was eliminated in the subsequent round after being defeated by Imke Duplitzer (Germany).
With Johnson he managed to win the KWPN Stallion Championship 2007/08 and he also managed to qualify for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. He qualified for the individual competition as well as the team event with his team mates Anky van Grunsven and Imke Bartels. In personal life, Minderhoud has a relationship with teammate Edward Gal.
He assembled a band under the name Loog for a solitary album, "Meltdown House", which was released in 1995 on the Netherlands-based Survival Records. Contributors included Clay Tarver and Chris Guttmacher (both ex-Bullet LaVolta), Chris Brokaw (ex-Come and Codeine), Dana Everson, Alexis Jimmy Vira and Imke Wagener (ex-Satellite City and latterly a graphic designer)
Van Baalen represented the Netherlands at the 2004 Summer Olympics where she finished in 43rd position in the individual rankings. With the Dutch dressage team, in which she featured with Anky van Grunsven, Sven Rothenberger and Imke Bartels, she finished just outside the medal spots with the fourth place.
Imke Pape, is an ethnic German from Kroondal, the German community outside Rustenburg. She built the Brauhaus am Damm next to the Olifantsnek Dam on a piece of land of the farm she was born. She bought old equipment from a defunct brewery in Kwa-Zulu Natal that was originally imported from Austria. At the beginning of 2009, Pape and a group of friends started the assembly of the equipment at Olifantsnek Dam. She studied brewing for two years, reading every book she could on the subject. During this time Imke met a German brewmaster who stayed in Johannesburg, Heiko Feuring. He offered his expertise and together they brewed the very first Brauhaus beer in Imke’s kitchen. Today Imke’s “Dunkel” is still brewed according to the same recipe that they used in an old cooking pot. After a year of self-study Imke went to Europe and worked for a week in a brewery in Germany similar to the one at Brauhaus. From there she travelled to Vienna where the equipment of the Brauhaus brewery originated. The Brauhaus am Damm brewery was finally commissioned in August 2011.
In 2001, she became épée junior world vice-champion and junior European champion. In 2002, she reached third place in the World Fencing Championships, in 2003 second with the team. In 2004, she won third place with the team in the Fencing World Cup. During the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, she won the silver medal in the team with Claudia Bokel and Imke Duplitzer.