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Daniela Anschütz-Thoms

Full name: Daniela Anschütz-Thoms
Gender: Female
Height: 5-4.5 (165 cm)
Weight: 132 lbs (60 kg)
Born: November 20, 1974 in Erfurt, Thüringen, Germany
Affiliations: ESC Erfurt, Erfurt (GER)
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Speed Skating

Medals: 2 Gold (2 Total)

Biography

Daniela Anschütz-Thoms was a German speed skater who specialized in the long distances. She was named the Queen of Fourth Places as she earned this placement ten times in her career, two of them at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and a few weeks later another at the World Allround Championships. Nevertheless she won two Olympic gold medals in the team pursuit in 2006 and 2010, and in 2005, also became World Champion in this competition. As of 2010 she has collected 10 German national titles and 14 runner-ups. She was educated as a paralegal.

Personal Bests: 500 – 39.38 (2008); 1000 – 1:16.22 (2008); 1500 – 1:53.80 (2008); 3000 – 3:58.59 (2007); 5000 – 6:56.15 (2006).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
2002 Winter 27 Salt Lake City Speed Skating Women's 3,000 metres Germany GER 12
2002 Winter 27 Salt Lake City Speed Skating Women's 5,000 metres Germany GER 12
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Women's 1,500 metres Germany GER 10
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Women's 3,000 metres Germany GER 6
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Women's 5,000 metres Germany GER 5
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Women's Team Pursuit (6 laps) Germany GER 1 Gold
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Women's 1,500 metres Germany GER 10
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Women's 3,000 metres Germany GER 4
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Women's 5,000 metres Germany GER 4
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Women's Team Pursuit (6 laps) Germany GER 1 Gold

Women's 1,500 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T 3c 7c 1.1k
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 10 1:59.74 26.52 56.42 1:27.44
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 10 1:58.85 26.71 56.26 1:26.81

Women's 3,000 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T 2c 6c 1k 1.4k 1.8k 2.2k 2.6k
2002 Winter 27 Salt Lake City Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 12 4:07.55 20.08 51.56 1:23.61 1:55.60 2:27.59 3:00.38 3:33.47
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 6 4:06.89 19.68 51.03 1:22.80 1:55.03 2:27.33 2:59.98 3:33.24
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 4 4:04.87 20.14 51.29 1:22.57 1:54.27 2:26.50 2:58.68 3:31.38

Women's 5,000 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T 2c 6c 1k 1.4k 1.8k 2.2k 2.6k 3k 3.4k 3.8k 4.2k 4.6k
2002 Winter 27 Salt Lake City Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 12 7:10.17 20.51 53.14 1:25.96 1:59.10 2:32.53 3:06.06 3:39.79 4:13.79 4:48.07 5:22.66 5:57.74 6:33.57
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 5 7:02.82 20.29 52.70 1:26.04 1:59.45 2:32.80 3:06.29 3:39.89 4:13.55 4:47.17 5:20.77 5:54.74 6:28.88
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Germany Final Standings 4 6:58.64 20.38 52.45 1:25.09 1:57.65 2:30.43 3:03.40 3:36.60 4:10.03 4:43.52 5:17.06 5:50.86 6:24.60

Women's Team Pursuit (6 laps)

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany GER Final Round Final A 1
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany GER Semi-Finals Heat 2 1
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany GER Quarter-Finals Heat 3 1
2006 Winter 31 Torino Speed Skating Germany GER Qualifying Round 5
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Germany GER Final Round Final A 1
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Germany GER Semi-Finals Heat 2 1
2010 Winter 35 Vancouver Speed Skating Germany GER Quarter-Finals Heat 3 1
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