Angela Maurer on the winner's podium at the German national championships, Lindau
|Competitor for Germany|
|Gold||2009 Rome||25 km open water|
|Silver||2003 Barcelona||10 km open water|
|Silver||2011 Shanghai||25 km open water|
|Silver||2013 Barcelona||25 km open water|
|Bronze||2001 Fukuoka||25 km open water|
|Bronze||2003 Barcelona||25 km open water|
|Bronze||2013 Barcelona||10 km open water|
|Gold||2006 Budapest||10 km open water|
|Gold||2006 Budapest||25 km open water|
|Silver||1999 Istanbul||25 km open water|
|Silver||2002 Berlin||10 km open water|
|Bronze||2004 Madrid||10 km open water|
|Bronze||2010 Balatonfüred||10 km open water|
|Bronze||2014 Berlin||25 km open water|
Angela Maurer (born 27 July 1975) is a German long-distance swimmer.
Angela Maurer lives in Wiesbaden, where she was born. She swims for the SSV Undine 08 e.V. Mainz swimming club, and trains together with Dimitri Colupaev and Marc-Oliver Stein under Nikolai Evseev in Mainz.
She has been studying at police technical college since 1 September 2007, and is a member of the Rhineland-Palatinate's state elite sports training programme. At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing she achieved 4th place in the 10 km marathon swim, only a fraction of a second behind the bronze medallist Cassie Patten.
In 2009 she won the 10 km open-water race at the German national swimming championships in Lindau with a time of 2:01:31.43, ensuring her place at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships in Rome.
- Qualifying for the 2008 Olympics at the 5th World Open Water Championships in Seville
- 8 German national titles in 5 km, 10 km und 25 km open-water swimming
- double 2006 European champion in both 10 km und 25 km open-water swimming, runner-up in 1999 and 2002
- seven World Championship medals in 10 km und 25 km open-water swimming (one gold, three silver, three bronze)
- Overall winner of the 2002 World Cup in open-water swimming
- Hesse Sportswoman of the Year
- Member of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame
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