Sabine Everts

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Personal information
Born 4 March 1961 (1961-03-04) (age 53)
Düsseldorf, Germany
Height 1.69 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight 56 kg (123 lb)
Sport
Sport Heptathlon, long jump
Club LAV Düsseldorf
LAV Bayer Uerdingen

Sabine Everts (born 4 March 1961) is a former West German heptathlete.

Biography[edit]

She won a bronze medal at the 1980 European Indoor Championships and the gold medal at the 1982 European Indoor Championships in the long jump.[1] She then won bronze medals in the heptathlon at the 1982 European Championships and the 1984 Summer Olympic Games.[2]

Everts was ranked world #2 in 1981 and #4 in 1982 in the heptathlon, she was world #7 in the long jump in 1982. Domestically she won 22 national titles, and was awarded the Silver Bay Leaf of the German Track and Field Association in 1981.[2]

Sabine Everts is married to athletics coach Hans-Jörg Thomaskamp. They have two sons.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Indoor Championships (Women) – GBR Athletics
  2. ^ a b c Sabine Everts. sports-reference.com
This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.