Synonyms for verena_sailer or Related words with verena_sailer

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Examples of "verena_sailer"
At the 2007 World Championships she finished seventh in the 4 × 100 metres relay, together with teammates Katja Wakan, Johanna Kedzierski and Verena Sailer.
At the 2007 World Championships in Athletics – Women's 4 × 100 metres relay she finished seventh together with teammates Katja Wakan, Cathleen Tschirch and Verena Sailer. She won a relay silver medal at the 2005 European Athletics Junior Championships.
She again appeared in the German 4 × 100 m team at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She and team-mates Leena Günther, Tatjana Pinto and Verena Sailer reached the final and again finished fifth, with a time of 42.67.
Mujinga Kambundji trained with the ST Bern athletics club and was trained by Jacques Cordey. In the autumn of 2013 she moved to Mannheim to train under coach Valerij Bauer alongside former European champion Verena Sailer.
At the 2003 World Championships she finished seventh in the 4x100 m relay, together with teammates Melanie Paschke, Marion Wagner and Sandra Möller. At the 2007 World Championships she finished seventh in the relay, together with teammates Cathleen Tschirch, Johanna Kedzierski and Verena Sailer.
Verena Sailer (born 16 October 1985 in Illertissen) is a retired German sprinter, who specialised in the 100 metres. Her personal best time is 11.02 seconds, achieved in August 2013. She won the gold medal at the 2010 European Athletics Championships in Barcelona. During her sporting career she was a member of MTG Mannheim.
Together with Leena Günther, Anne Cibis and Verena Sailer, Pinto won the gold medal at the 2012 European Athletics Championships in Helsinki at the 4×100 metres relay. The same team came in fifth at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Tschirch represented Germany at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed in the 4 × 100 metres relay together with Anne Möllinger, Verena Sailer and Marion Wagner. In their first round heat they placed third behind Jamaica and Russia and in front of China. Their time of 43.59 seconds was the eighth time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they sprinted to a time of 43.28 seconds, which was the fifth place.
Cibis represented Germany at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed at the 4 × 100 metres relay together with Verena Sailer, Cathleen Tschirch and Marion Wagner. In their first round heat they placed third behind Jamaica and Russia and in front of China. Their time of 43.59 seconds was the eighth time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they sprinted to a time of 43.28 seconds for fifth place.
Wagner represented Germany at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She competed in the 4×100 metres relay together with Anne Möllinger, Cathleen Tschirch and Verena Sailer. In their first round heat they placed third behind Jamaica and Russia and in front of China. Their time of 43.59 seconds was the eighth time overall out of sixteen participating nations. With this result they qualified for the final in which they sprinted to a time of 43.28 seconds, which was the fifth place. She was an unused reserve for the German 4 × 100 m team at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Despite suffering disqualification at the 2011 German Athletics Championships she was chosen to run the 100 m at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics and reached the semi-finals of the competition, achieving a best of 11.29 seconds in the process. The German 4×100 m relay again did not successfully finish the race. The next season she was second to Verena Sailer at the German indoors but managed a best of 7.28 seconds. However, an injury curtailed her season and, though selected, she missed the 2012 Summer Olympics. She relocated club to MTG Mannheim, training alongside her national rival Sailer.
In the final, Jamaica and the United States were out early, Jamaica passing first. The British team seemed to be keeping up with the leaders, passing efficiently. At the second handoff, English Gardner seemed to leave even with Schillonie Calvert, unfortunately Alexandria Anderson had not arrived with the baton yet. Gardner had to come to a complete stop at the end of the zone to wait for the baton, finally resuming with a legal handoff in dead last place. Inside of USA, France was having similar difficulties with the baton. By the final handoff, Jamaica had an 8-meter lead on the second place Russian team, Gold medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on the anchor pulling away and victory assured. Jamaica dominated the race finishing with a championship record 41.29. Coming down the straight, Britain's Hayley Jones was swallowed up by France's Stella Akakpo, Germany's Verena Sailer and American Octavious Freeman speeding from the back trying to make up lost ground. Freeman was able to pass three teams in the last few steps but France beat USA to the line. The French relay team members were duly presented their silver medals during the medal ceremony. After the medal ceremony, the British team filed a protest against the French team, claiming that the latter had an out-of-zone baton handover between Ayodelé Ikuesan and Myriam Soumaré. More than two hours after the race, the French relay team was officially disqualified. The French delegation appealed against their disqualification, but it was in vain. Consequently, the American team was upgraded to the silver medal and the British team received the bronze medal. Bernard Amsalem, the president of the Fédération française d'athlétisme, called the French team's disqualification "an outrage". He explained that normally the decision to disqualify a team had to be made before the medal ceremony and teams had to file protests within thirty minutes from the end of the race.