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Patricia Neske in 1989 at an ISU-exhibition in West-Berlin
|Country represented|| Germany
|Born||October 19, 1966|
|Residence||Harbor City, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Height||1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)|
Her parents, Horst and Ingrid Neske, emigrated from Germany to the United States. For her own ice skating career, however, Patricia Neske returned there. She started for the Düsseldorfer EG and was trained in Oberstdorf, Bavaria by Peter Jonas. At the 1992 Winter Olympics she placed 13th overall. She ended her ice skating career later that year.
She attended a vocational school learning about banking in Oberstdorf.
After returning in 1992 to California she attended a university there.
|Winter Olympic Games||13th|
|Skate Canada International||3rd||3rd||4th|
|Trophée de France||3rd|
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